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City of My Heart: Accounts of Love, Loss and Betrayal in Nineteenth - Century Delhi Hardcover – 22 Oct 2018
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Rana Safvi is a renowned writer, scholar and translator. She is the author of Tales from the Quran and Hadith and Where Stones Speak: Historical Trails in Mehrauli, The First City of Delhi and The Forgotten Cities of Delhi. She has also translated both the editions of Asar us Sanadeed, the seminal work on Delhi’s monuments, written by Sir Syed Ahmed. She runs the popular blog ‘Hazrat-e-Dilli’ on her site ranasafvi.com, and is passionate about documenting India’s syncretic culture through her writings.
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Kudos to Rana Safvi for her awesome sense of selection and translation.
This is a very important book as it describes a very interesting period of history. It describes a syncretic and multi plural culture thriving under the last two Mughals and the fate of the Mughals after fall of their dynasty.
Rana Safvi needs to be congratulated for translating these books for the reading of the general public.