Earlier today, Prince Rahim attended the Commonwealth Day Service of Celebration, in the presence of His Majesty The King, Head of the Commonwealth, at Westminster Abbey in London, England.
Why are so many people suddenly concerned with the state of the global economy? And what does this mean for individuals and families? A new series on The Ismaili TV aims to address these very questions.
From the earliest days of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) sought to improve the status of women in society. His beloved wife, Hazrat Khadija, was also a path-breaking businesswoman who has served as an inspiration to Muslim women throughout history. Building on this legacy, the Ismaili Imamat through history has also upheld the importance of the education and contributions of women to society.
Picture spaces where the Global Jamat from all corners of the world come together to share and celebrate their identities, cultures, passions, and individual talents. Spaces infused with energy where arts and creativity flourish, lifelong friendships are made, leaders are developed, and new athletic and artistic talent is cultivated. Spaces where youth, families and communities are propelled to new heights. The NEW Global Encounters aspires to do just that.
Musical trio Son Lux — comprising Rafiq Bhatia, Ian Chang, and founder Ryan Lott — have received Academy Award nominations for best original score and best song for the film Everything Everywhere All at Once. In an exclusive interview with The Ismaili, Rafiq shares thoughts on his early passion for music, working on a Hollywood film, and his hopes for the future.
From an early age I realised I was a little different to others in school. Although I had a passion for storytelling and expression — especially through theatre and drama — I struggled significantly to gain a love for reading.
In the vibrant and colourful city of Lahore, different religious and cultural groups have coexisted and flourished for centuries. This made it a fitting location to host a week-long residential programme for young adults entitled ‘Rang - An Arts and Culture Expedition.’
The International Conciliation and Arbitration Board is offering a unique and exciting opportunity to serve the global Jamat by promoting the adoption of best practices in mediation and conflict resolution.
In a unique experience last month, Global Encounters facilitators and staff welcomed 38 youth participants to a two-week exploration of service, leadership, and culture in Pakistan.
IIS short courses are unique learning opportunities for adults of the Ismaili Jamat from any part of the world to explore new ways of thinking about Islam and Muslim societies, with a focus on Ismaili contexts.
Prince Rahim, together with his younger son, Prince Sinan, and the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, yesterday visited the Royal Treasure Museum at the Ajuda National Palace in Lisbon, at the invitation of the Minister of Culture, Pedro Adão e Silva.
This week, Ismailis around the world join many of their brothers and sisters in the wider Muslim Ummah in observing Mi‘raj. Esoteric interpretations of Islam tend to emphasise the spiritual significance of Mi‘raj, which is seen as a symbol of the journey of the soul, and the human potential to rise above the trappings of material life.