The Ismaili TV On Demand
ITREB Canada and ITREB USA present Critical Conversations, a virtual forum featuring faith-based perspectives on the questions of our time. Discourses on Lived Ethics features Dr. Bashir Jiwani and is moderated by Nausheen Husain.
Allah's Creation: Exploring Bees
Upper Body workout for Physically challenged - NAZIM CHAGLA (English)
Storytime: Stay at home for a while written by Sofia Sabella
Sunday Khana Khazana
Learn how to Macrame
This never before released film, professionally produced by AKTC, is the second of a three-part series focusing on Kabul, Lahore, and Delhi.
The third and final film in the Restoring Dignity series focuses on Delhi. AKTC’s work in India started with the restoration of Humayun’s Tomb Garden and later evolved into an urban renewal initiative that unifies the three zones of Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti, Sunder Nursery and Humayun’s Tomb into an urban conservation area of considerable breadth and cultural significance while improving the quality of life for the resident population.
After delivering the Samuel L. and Elizabeth Jodidi Lecture, His Highness the Aga Khan sat down with Harvard University Professor Diana L. Eck for an on-stage conversation.
Dr Rozina Nuruddin As employers ask their employee to come back to work; this program highlights precautionary measures all employees must undertake to safeguard themselves, their colleagues and most importantly their families upon their return from work
"Critical Conversations is a weekly virtual forum featuring faith-based perspectives on important questions of our time. On this week’s episode, we are excited to present Professor Zamila Karimi, and award-winning architect, Farouk Noormohamed, in a discussion about the connection between spirit and faith as it pertains to architecture. They share their insights as they reflect on historical and present-day examples of the role that faith plays in our built environment."
AKMI Master Musicians Concert - "Golden Wave" composed by Basel Rajoub. Concert featuring Gulbenkian Orchestra, conductor Pedro Neves and Basel Rajoub, saxophone. Footage courtesy of Gulbenkian Foundation and RTP