Iftakhar Nadime Khan (Arshi)
I N Khan was born in 1968. He is busy realizing the emperor’s unfulfilled dream since the age of 14 years. He possesses extraordinary talent and versatility. Not only is he a gifted artist but is also a technocrat who has engineered and innovated many technical products. Mr. Khan was born with a creative bent of mind and his childhood artistic creations attracted attention of his contemporaries and teachers.
A unique facet of Khan's creativity is his ingenious ability to design and then customise tools and machines so that the masterpiece he has conceived can see the light of day.
Mr. Khan's family lineage is directly linked to his great grandfather General Bakht Khan, the commander in chief of the Indian Army appointed by Bahadur Shah Zafar who fought war of independence in 1857 against the British.
Presently, Mr. Khan is working as consultant to a company that manufactures transformers and wall clocks. He has also given consultancy in many national and international projects for development of technology and designs. He has created many artefacts which are unique and treasured by art lovers.
Mr. Khan has conducted independent research and authored a book “BLACK TAJ MAHAL: The Emperor’s Missing Tomb”, published by “Bloomsbury Publishing”.