1. “And Diverse are their Hues” — A description of the Fatimid gift presented to Mawlana Hazar Imam during his USA Visit adapted from The Ismaili, USA
  2. Exclusive — An inspiring and moving account of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Diamond Jubilee Darbar in Nairobi by Zafeera Kassam
  3. An important message to the USA Jamat: Family members and friends must “forget and forgive” past grudges and mistakes as they prepare for Hazar Imam’s Didar by Abdulmalik Merchant
  4. Important notes on baitul khayal, bol, the soul and Imam’s status as Mawlana Hazar Imam continues his journey to grace Jamats with Didar and Blessings by Shiraz Pradhan
  5. Songs of affection for His Highness the Aga Khan: Mera Mawla Shah Karim Aa Raha Hai, and Salawat with an explanation by Fez Meghani (songs) and Shiraz Pradhan (Salawat)
  6. His Highness the Aga Khan to visit USA in March 2018: National Council President delivers inspiring video message by Barkat Fazal (message) and Abdulmalik Merchant (article, ethic of forgiveness)
  7. The Oncology Project in Uganda and Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Didar in Canada by Shellyza Moledina
  8. His Highness the Aga Khan in Pakistan: Zahiri-u-Noorani didar – A personal reflection of the darbar in Hunza by Faqir Ullah Khan
  9. Forthcoming visit by Mawlana Hazar Imam to Ismailis in Eastern Canada – Important notes on Ism’ul Azam (Bol), Baitul Khayal, Imam’s true status and the soul by Shiraz Pradhan
  10. Forthcoming visit by Mawlana Hazar Imam to Ismailis in Eastern Canada – Applying the Islamic ethical principle of forgiveness in light of the holy visit by Abdulmalik Merchant
  11. A Pearl for a Monarch of Faith and Practicality: Reflections of a Mwalimu on His Highness the Aga Khan by Austin Bukenya
  12. The architecture of empathic pluralism: His Highness the Aga Khan, an inspired vision of architecture by Bruno Freschi
  13. Karim Aga Khan IV: Modern personification of historical Islamic rationalism, charity and peace by Michael Hamilton Morgan
  14. The Aga Khan and the Nation Media by Tazmin Jamal
  15. Not all heroes wear capes – A Christian reflects on the Aga Khan by Andrew Kosorok
  16. The Aga Khan – A spiritual guide, an intellectual guide who is committed to a humanistic attitude that is rooted in classical Islamic thought by Mohammed Arkoun
  17. The Aga Khan – From an Ismaili Muslim Imam to a Global Citizen and Virtual Head of States by Nizar A. Motani

Date updated: May 15, 2018 (new post, top).


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