Mohammad Ali Khan, under the pseudonym Ali Rohila, is not only an accomplished writer but also brings a wealth of diverse experiences to his literary pursuits. Born to the renowned poet Mukhtar Ali Khan, widely recognized for his Hindi dohas and translating Ghalib’s Persian letters into Urdu, Ali Rohila has inherited a passion for language and literature. His academic journey includes a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Engineering & Technology, Peshawar in 1989, and an MBA from LUMS, Lahore in 1992. Ali Rohila’s professional life has been dedicated to banking, and he currently serves at the Head Office of MCB Bank in Lahore. Despite the demands of a full-time banking career, Ali Rohila found solace and inspiration during the Covid-19 era. He channelled his energy into crafting eleven interconnected stories, forming a compelling narrative in his latest work.