Ebrahim Nabavi Biography Age, Profession, Books, Awards

S.no Name Details
1Full NameEbrahim Nabavi
2Birth PlaceAstara, Iran
3Birth Year1958
4ProfessionJournalist and Novelist
5Citizen ofIranian
7AwardsPrince Claus Awards

About Ebrahim Nabavi

Ebrahim Nabavi is an Iranian Writer diarist, and researcher. He is born in Astra Iran. nowadays Nabavi lives in Belgium and writes news from there for many news and online newspaper companies. He writes for news websites and Books. He has written many books. He started teaching philosophy after his University life. He writes news for Rooz Newspaper and BBC Persian.

Ebrahim Nabavi Education

Ebrahim Nabavi started his school life in Astra Iran the city where he was born. After his school life ended he moved to Shairz City to study at Shiraz University. He studied sociology there. after he moved to the capital of Iran ( Tehran) to study at the University of Tehran.

Ebrahim Nabavi Career

Ebrahim Nabavi is a writer, researcher, and satirist he started his career as a teacher. He also taught philosophy at the Jihad of Construction effort.

Nabavi worked at the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance Iran from here he started his political career. He has been invited to the Ministry of Interior by Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri. Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri was Iran’s interior minister from 1981 to 1985.

Nabvi was also invited to the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting personally by Mohammad Hashemi. He was chosen for the post in Government Institution because of his vast knowledge of Politics and political issues.

He also worked with the Organization of Muslim Students of Shiraz University when he was studying at Shiraz University.

Ebrahim Nabavi Books list

Ebrahim Nabavi has published 73 total books including a collection of 5 short stories and 4 Novels.

Here is the list of popular books by Ebrahim Nabavi

  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 2
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 3
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 4
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 5
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 10
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 9
  • Encyclopedia of Persian Satire: Vol 6

`Ebrahim Nabavi Awards

  • Hellman Hemmett Grant: 1999
  • Prince Claus Award: 2005
  • Puccini Award: 2009
  • Viareggio Prize Award: 2010
  • Best Satirist of the Year: From the Iranian Journalists Association