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The Ismaili is pleased to present Day of Happiness (Khushi Ka Yeh Din), in commemoration of Salgirah. This well-recognised composition is performed in five languages, and features voices and musical talent of the Jamat from around the world.

The Ismaili is pleased to present Dear Mawla, featuring children of the Jamat from across the globe performing in different languages, in honour of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s 84th birthday.

The Crown Room at the Aga Khan Centre, illuminated at night. The Aga Khan Centre in London, inaugurated by Mawlana Hazar Imam in 2018, is the permanent home of The Institute of Ismaili Studies.

On 13 December 2020, the Board of Governors of The Institute of Ismaili Studies (IIS) will pass on the reins to new members, after overseeing a ground-breaking period of development for the Institute.

On day four of our Salgirah Song series, The Ismaili is pleased to present Mawla Teraa Shukr, performed by Taufiq Karmali and Farhana Kassamali. The song’s lyrics express gratitude for the grace and mercy of the Imam who is always by our side.

Hope and Light tells the story of a group of Ismaili volunteers on a quest to discover meaning through music.

Meet Amina, Farhan, Rafiqa, Salim, and Fahima — a mismatched group of Ismaili volunteers who gather together to organise a Salgirah celebration. Their task seems simple at first, but soon enough things begin to unravel...

As the Jamat around the world looks forward to commemorating the 84th birthday of our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam, The Ismaili is pleased to present a two-day Salgirah programme on The Ismaili TV. Featuring a variety of content — from an inspiring theatre production to a special birthday party organised by children — we hope to entertain and inspire the Jamat on this joyous and special occasion.

This thought-provoking discussion, hosted by the Ismaili Centre London, will feature leading voices from South Kensington’s world-renowned cultural quarter, including speakers from the Goeth-Institut London, Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Science Museum, Serpentine Galleries, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. ⁠President for the National Council for the UK, Naushad Jivraj, will deliver the opening remarks and the discussion will be moderated by Lord Vaizey of Didcot, former United Kingdom Minister of Culture.

The Ismaili is pleased to present Mubarak Ho Salgirah, featuring young Ismaili artists and performers from around the world, coming together to wish felicitations to Mawlana Hazar Imam and the global Jamat on the occasion of Salgirah.

The Salgirah Song series continues with Happy Birthday Shah Karim, a heartfelt ode to the Imam-of-the-Time performed in Urdu by Naila Karmali in Calgary, Canada.

The Ismaili is pleased to present Roz-e Jashn, the first in a series of songs being released this week to celebrate Salgirah. Roz-e Jashn, performed in Farsi, commemorates the birthday of the Imam-of-the-Time and offers gratitude for the blessings of this joyous occasion.

In celebration of International Volunteer Day, The Ismaili is pleased to present We serve the Jamat, performed in Farsi by Najib Shirzad and volunteers from the Jamat in Afghanistan. The song depicts the humility and commitment of volunteers who ensure the wellbeing of the entire community, year after year.

Released to coincide with International Volunteer Day, We are IVC honours the Ismaili Volunteer Corps and others who continue a long-standing tradition by offering tireless and dedicated service to the Jamat and beyond.

Ismaili Volunteers in Portugal have been serving since the Jamat settled in the country in the 1970s.

The long-standing tradition of giving of one’s time and resources has been a significant aspect of the worldwide Jamat. On the occasion of International Volunteer Day, we explore the notion of voluntary service and the impact it has had in community building and enhancing quality of life.

The Ismaili TV airs a variety of series and programmes every week! Visit this page to learn more about what's coming up and when.

User Experience (UX) relates to the holistic perspective that a person feels about using a product, service, or system.

The field of User Experience (UX) has grown rapidly over recent years, due to the proliferation of electronic devices, software apps, games, and productivity tools. We take a look into the world of UX and some of the career opportunities that may exist within it.

The Paris Peace Forum was launched to promote multilateralism and drive progress on issues that concern the world at large.

The third edition of the Paris Peace Forum was held from 11 to 13 November 2020. Stakeholders from different backgrounds were brought together to discuss global challenges and promote constructive solutions. This year, young Ismaili professionals from the France jurisdiction also participated as volunteers.

The Paris Peace Forum was launched to promote multilateralism and drive progress on issues that concern the world at large.

The third edition of the Paris Peace Forum was held from 11 to 13 November 2020. Stakeholders from different backgrounds were brought together to discuss global challenges and promote constructive solutions. This year, young Ismaili professionals from the France jurisdiction also participated as volunteers.

The Jamat is embracing virtual programming as an opportunity to connect and interact with each other across frontiers.

Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, many in the Ismaili community, and indeed, the global community, have collectively strived to achieve a sense of optimism towards the future, propelled by the value we place on human connection.

How can we begin to turn noble ideals into action and solutions to the challenges we face today?

The year 2020 has rapidly become one of the most disruptive in living memory. Just as one life-altering crisis becomes embedded in the collective consciousness, other developments gain attention, raising additional questions to address. Many of us are asking, what is our responsibility? What can we do, and how can we help?

Values such as integrity, accountability, and transparency are important to succeed in the field of public service.

Careers of the Future is a new original series airing on The Ismaili TV, where students can hear directly from members of the Jamat at the leading edge of their fields about how to most effectively prepare for the future of work.