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|Born|| 25 November 1905|
Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
|Died|| 22 March 1993 (aged 87)|
|Resting place||Merkezefendi Cemetery, Istanbul|
|Relatives||Ekrem Hakkı Ayverdi (brother)|
Samiha Ayverdi was born in İstanbul to Fatma Meliha Hanim and İsmail Hakkı Bey, an Ottoman military official. She studied at Süleymaniye Kız Numune Mektebi and among other things, learned French and read about philosophy and Islamic mysticism. She became a follower and later official successor of Sufi thinker Kenan Rıfai, who became a major influence in her work.
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