Aatish Taseer who is born in the year 1980, on November 27th, is the son of Salman Taseer and Tavleen Singh, who is an Indian columnist and a journalist.
He made his childhood memories and spent a major portion of his life in New Delhi, before heading out to a private school in Kodaikanal After that he attained his education at Amherst College, in Massachusetts, in the year 2003, gaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in both French and Political Science.
Taseer has worked for Time magazine, and as an independent columnist likewise composed for Prospect magazine, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph, Financial Times, TAR magazine and Esquire.
Books by Aatish Taseer:
Taseer has composed a profoundly acclaimed interpretation of Saadat Hasan Manto’s short stories from the first Urdu, Manto; Selected Stories.His initially book Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey through Islamic Lands (2009), section diary part travelogue, has been converted into more than 14 dialects and hailed as an ‘absolute necessity read’ for anybody endeavoring to comprehend the Muslim world. The book got the consideration of Nobel Laureate Sir V. S. Naipaul, who marked Taseer ‘a youthful essayist to watch’. His first novel, The Temple-Goers (2010) was likewise extremely generally welcomed; it was shortlisted for the 2010 Costa First Novel Award.
A moment novel, Noon (2011), was distributed by Faber and Faber (USA), Picador (UK and India). A third novel, The Way Things Were (2014) was booked to be distributed by Pan Macmillan (UK and India) by early December.
Reporting by Aatish Taseer
Taseer’s sentiment pieces have collected both consideration and basic appreciation. David Goodhart attracted consideration regarding Taseer’s piece on medieval Pakistan, Travels with the mango king in his article Prospect’s 10 Most Influential Articles. All the more as of late he composed a piece on the contention encompassing the conceivable development of the “Ground Zero Mosque” in Manhattan, Tolerance test for New York.
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