Born in Paris in 1939, French writer, author of the successful novel of late eighties, on the part of the dead Princess. She is the daughter of Selma, a sultana Turkish, and the raja of Badalpur (Pakistan). Descendant of Soliman the magnificent, did not know his true identity until adolescence. His mother, who had abandoned the pregnant India, moved to the French capital and died there in absolute poverty. With a year and a half old, was Kenize to care for Zeynel, the eunuch from his mother, a country taken by German troops.
Zeynel, the old and faithful servant of the sultana, Kenize surrendered to the Ambassador of Switzerland in France, and up to five years, the little Princess educated in a Swiss family. He joined a religious boarding school and after much paperwork and with the consent of his father, was definitely the French nuns. He studied psychology at the Sorbonne, and at this stage of a student, which was already living with a French family, also worked as a teacher for private lessons and selling sweets and programs at the Paris opera.
He met his father 21 years old. At that age he traveled to India with intention of staying permanently, but cultural differences made to six months come back again to France. He settled in Paris and for two years worked as a stewardess for Air France. He subsequently entered in Le Nouvel Observateur, where she worked as a war correspondent for twelve years.
As a journalist, specialized, and not by chance, in the India and the Middle East, thus making contact with their ancestors. In 1980 he left journalism and devoted himself completely to write the life of the Princess who was his mother. In 1988 he published his first novel on the part of the dead Princess, which was translated into fourteen languages at least, and always accompanied by a great success. Ten years later, in 1998, published a garden in Badalpur, second novel, also autobiographical, continuation of the previous and with which, according to the author, "closed a cycle of my life". In 2003 it gave to the printing press, the perfume of our land, work in which he denounces the tragedy of the Palestinian people through the direct testimony of the population.