Zubair Torwali, a researcher, author, community activist, and educator based in Bahrain, Swat Pakistan, is a prolific writer with a diverse body of work spanning English, Urdu, and the Dardic Torwali language. He has authored and supervised numerous books that delve into various aspects of Torwali culture and society. His book in English, ‘Muffled Voices,’ offers profound insights into Pakistan’s social, cultural, and political landscape. He has contributed a wealth of research articles and hundreds of contributions to English newspapers and weeklies in Pakistan. Additionally, he has made valuable contributions as a book chapter contributor to publications by Routledge and others, addressing themes related to education, language, culture, and peace. Zubair Torwali is the founder and current CEO of the Idara Baraye Taleem wa Taraqi (IBT), an institute dedicated to education and development, situated in Swat Pakistan. He is a Fellow of the Japan Asian Leadership Fellow Program, a fellow of LEAD Pakistan, an Acumen Pakistan Fellow, a global leader with the World Forum Foundation, and an Education Champion for Pakistan with the Malala Fund. Notably, he was shortlisted for the International Bremen Peace Award in 2015. He is a Public Peace Prize laureate, recognized for increasing literacy among indigenous people. Zubair is also a Project Coordinator for Torwali-based multilingual education. His forthcoming books are ‘Torwali English Dictionary for Students’, ’Language, Culture and Ethnicity, ’Language Endangerment: The State and Communities’, ‘Sherbano, A Novel in Torwali’, and ’Orthographical Considerations for Minority Language Activists’.