Muhammad Faheem Siddiqui is a Peshawari Hindkowan, hailing
from the historic city of Peshawar, Pakistan. He is a Civil Servant (Pakistan Audit and Account Service) and
has recently retired as a Accountant General KP. He has been writing columns based on the history of Peshawar
and recently produced a book on Peshawar titled
گندھارا وادیِ پشاور۔ With his wealth of experience and knowledge, he is making
priceless contributions to his Hindkowan community. His passion for Peshawar is evident in his work, and his
dedication to preserving the city's cultural heritage is truly commendable. Siddiqi's efforts serve as an inspiration to many,
and his contributions will undoubtedly leave a lasting
impact for generations to come.


Father’s Name:   Muhammad Rafiq

Mother’s Name:  Siddiqa Jan


  1. Azra Yasmin (Sister) – Food Scientist
  2. Muhammad Naeem Jan (Brother) – Engineer
  3. Muhammad Ashfaq (Brother) – Banker
  4. Rubina Shaheen (Sister) – House wife
  5. Muhammad Tasneem (Brother) – Teacher
  6. Muhammad Ilyas Siddiqui (Brother) – Doctor
  7. Sabina Saboohi (Sister) – House wife


Peshawar City

Date of Birth

4th, September 1960

Alma Mater

  1. Government Primary School Machi Hatta Peshawar (4th Grade 1969)
  2. Government High School No. 1 Peshawar City (5th Grade 1970)
  3. Government Technical High School Peshawar (Matric) 1976
  4. Edwards College Peshawar (F. Sc.) 1978
  5. Quaid-e -Azam College of Commerce, University of Peshawar (BBA 1980 and MBA 1983)


Wajiha Faheem


  1. Ansab Abdullah (Son) – Law Practitioner
  2. Ayman Abdur Rehman (Son) – Accountant
  3. Areeba Faheem (Daughter) – House wife
  4. Aaliyan  Faheem (Son) – Student


  1. Civil ServicePakistan Audit and Accounts Service (1989 Batch) {Retired in September 2020 as Accountant General KP}
  2. Post Retirement: Practicing as Consultant Public Financial Management
  3. Training of Fresh Civil Servants at National Institute of Management and National School of Public Policy


  1. Researcher
  2. Columnist
  3. Writer

Notable Work

  • Gandhara –Peshawar Valley During the British Era From year 1849 to year 1900 {گندھارا- وادی پشاور} 

Institutions Affiliated With

  • Accountant General Office Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Mother’s Tongue



  1. Reading
  2. Gardening






* Source for this information is Mr. Muhammad Faheem Siddiqui