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The Imams of the Shia Ismaili Muslims are direct descendants of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family).
Today, more girls attend school than ever before. Yet, despite this progress, women and girls continue to face barriers to education. Jamati and AKDN institutions have long strived to remove these barriers and still believe that investing in girls’ education can transform communities and societies around the world.
As part of a new series entitled What Ismailis Believe, Professor Ali Asani explains the significance of the recently observed festival of Mi’raj - the night journey of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family).
Graduands, faculty, staff, and special guests gathered for an exciting event full of energy and enthusiasm to celebrate the achievements of the Aga Khan University’s Class of 2021.
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.
The recent Winterlude Games held in the valleys of Northern Pakistan enabled the local community to come together to improve their mental and physical wellbeing.
The Global Pluralism Award ceremony was streamed to a worldwide audience on 23 February 2022, highlighting the organisations and individuals who demonstrate pluralism in action everyday.
In a unique celebration of knowledge and learning, the Aga Khan University (AKU) will host a Global Convocation ceremony on Saturday 26 February 2022. The special virtual ceremony will bring together AKU’s graduating classes in Kenya, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda, and the UK, and will include an address by Princess Zahra on behalf of the Chancellor.
Join us for the Global Pluralism Award Ceremony on Wednesday, 23 February, where prizes will be presented to this year’s recipients. The ceremony will begin at 12 PM (EST) and will be streamed live on The Ismaili TV.
Wishing to share the beauty of Hunza’s mountains with the world, a group of young Ismailis recently set not one but two Guinness World Records: the “Highest Cultural Dance Performance” and the “Highest DJ Set” ever performed.
The Aga Hall Estate in South Mumbai is embarking on a major transformation into a renowned urban hospital, school, and housing community complex, under the patronage of its owner, the Prince Aly Khan Hospital Charitable Trust.