The Ismaili TV On Demand
This week the Aga Khan Health Board have put together a special guided visualisation for students.
AKTC - Ajmal Maiwandi on the Kabul Historic Gardens Trust
AKTC - Breck Gastinger and Nathan Foley on the Aga Khan Garden
Chair Exercises with Tasneem Premji 1
AKTC - Ulrike Al-Khamis on Gardens in Islamic Art
AKTC - Jurjen van der Tas on the Impact of Parks and Gardens
Cooking Class - Masala Chai (AKYSB CANADA)
Aga Khan Museum Sunday MAY 03, 2020
The Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center is pleased to bring you Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali. Join us for a captivating concert, led by the nephews of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Healing through Breathing with Narissa Alibhai
Members of the European GE Alumni have come together to narrate a popular fable, A Bundle of Sticks, featured in our Ta’lim curriculum. The story uses sticks to demonstrate how taken singly they can be easily broken but sticks in a bundle are harder to break. This applies to us as a Jamat and global community. If we stay united, together we can achieve great things. B. J. Palmer said ‘it takes 65 muscles to frown and 13 to smile, why work overtime?’ Remember to smile – it’s infectious!
October 2018 - The short documentary “Islamic Gardens: Catalysts for Change” is about the vast network of parks and gardens around the world developed by the Ismaili Imamat, under the leadership of His Highness the Aga Khan.