William Dalrymple is a Scottish historian, writer, art historian and curator, as well as a prominent broadcaster and critic. He’s best known for his work on Indian history, having won laurels for his books The City of Djinns, The Last Mughal, Nine Lives, Return of a King, Koh-i-Noor (which is most recent book). He is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge and in 2012 was appointed a Whitney J. Oates Visiting Fellow in the Humanities by Princeton University. In the Spring of 2015 he was appointed the OP Jindal Distinguished Lecturer at Brown University. He likes to travel and walk passionately. In summers, he lives in London and in winters, he comes to Delhi, his most beloved city, to stay at his farmhouse in Mehrauli. Visit his website to know more!