Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) is an epic poem in the tradition of famous works like the Iliad and The Odyssey.
Visitors at the Jubilee Arts Festival were engulfed by the flair creativity the young Jamati members displayed on stage. Not only did they move the audience by their sheer talent but they also showcased the diversity of traditions and cultures that represent the Jamat.
The Ethics in Action Exhibit established by the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) was recently showcased at the Consulate General of India in New York.
Young Ismailis came out in droves during a severe cold weather snap that hit the Northeast region, to uphold the tradition of serving the community during Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend.
A music and arts education program within the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, the Aga Khan Music Initiative (AKMI) promotes pluralism and cultural revitalization through the medium of music.
This Thanksgiving, Richmond I-CERV volunteers took part in the Thanksgiving Community Feast at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, where they greeted guests, served food, and distributed supplies to those in need.
Throughout the month of September, Jamats across the Northeast held welcome events for college students.
Henrico county, located in the greater Richmond region, is the fifth largest county in Virginia, one of the oldest in the US, and is one of the more diverse counties in the region.
From participating in the American Cancer Society’s walk for breast cancer to volunteering at the Richmond Folk Festival, I-CERV volunteers from the Northeast gathered on October 15 to engage in acts of community service.
A coming-of-age story about growing up in Kenya