Well-known for his funny travel memoirs Path of Feathers, Searching for Ruler Solomon’s Mines, as well as the Caliph’s House, he’s also popular for his publication reviews and journalistic pieces, aswell for his screenplay Trip to Mecca. He released his debut book, Timbuctoo, in 2012. After completing his early education in the Bryanston College in Dorset, Britain, he attended schools in the uk, Kenya, and america. A politics activist and a travel article writer, he done behalf from the Qantara Basis (which advocates for better relationships between the Western as well as the East). The kids of Indian Sufi scholar Idries Shah, he and his two sisters, documentary filmmaker Saira Shah and journalist Safia Nafisa Shah, spent their more youthful years in Britain. In the first 2000s, Tahir Shah resolved in Morocco along with his wife Rachana Shah and his kids Timur and Ariane. His main literary influences consist of Nobel Prize-winning novelist Doris Lessing (a longtime friend from the Shah family members) and Amina Shah (a prominent folklorist and his paternal aunt).