A unique international exhibition, "Rays of Light", is set to visit Pakistan very shortly. This inspiring and interactive exhibition celebrates the Imamat of Mawlana Hazar Imam and is an unparalled opportunity to experience Mawlana Hazar Imam's vision and untiring efforts for his Jamat over the years. Mawlana Hazar Imam, accompanied by the Noorani family, first inaugurated this groundbreaking photographic and multimedia exhibition in 2008. In July 2018, it was an integral part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Lisbon.

Rays of Light showcases the tireless commitment of our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam, sixty years of his Imamat, and the scope and global impact of Imamat Institutions that have not only changed the lives of the Ismaili Jamat but myriad communities around the world.

Since the Golden Jubilee in 2008, Rays of Light has toured eight countries including France, England, Portugal, United States, UAE, Uganda, Canada, Tanzania, Kenya, Australia and New Zealand. The exhibition was attended by over 100,000 Ismaili and Non-Ismaili viewers and over 6,500 external guests. More than 10,000 volunteers enthusiastically rendered their service to make this exhibition a memorable experience.  One of the visitors, sharing their experience, said, “No words to describe this exhibition, it really touched my soul. I want to see it again and again.”

Rays of Light continues its journey beyond the Diamond Jubilee. The exhibition will carry on providing a unique individual experience, and additionally, will provide an opportunity for more interactive and exploratory engagement. The exhibition is not merely a photographic portrayal of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s life and the achievements of the Imamat Institutions; it aims to cast lasting impressions on the Jamat by helping envision one’s role in a cosmopolitan society, respecting diversity, abiding by the ethics of Islam and considering communal growth as a social responsibility.

The exhibition is coming to Pakistan from November 23rd 2018. Register yourself with your family today.