Pushkar Sohoni is an architect, an architectural and cultural historian and an associate professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune. Some of his books include The Architecture of a Deccan Sultanate: Courtly Practice and Royal Authority in Late Medieval India, Jewish Heritage of the Deccan: Mumbai, the Northern Konkan, Pune and Aurangabad with Daulatabad, Khuldabad, Ahmadnagar. He has also written about language, scripts, numismatics, and material culture.
Pushkar Sohoni often speaks at public events, and has led heritage walks. He has lectured extensively on the architecture of the Deccan.
Since 2015, he is an Associate Editor of South Asian Studies (Journal of the British Association for South Asian Studies