Dr. Mir Baiz Khan delves deep into the historical tradition of Navroz, an occasion that the Fatimid Imam-Caliphs recognized as an official public festival of great joy and revelries. It is a national festival in Iran and is celebrated with joy and festivities by communities in Afghanistan, throughout Central Asia, and in South Asia. Though inherited through Zoroastrian Persia, it is the only festival that is not confined to a single religious group. Presented by ITREB Canada.
Dr. Shiraz Kabani reflects upon how the Imam-of-the-Time’s guidance over a number of decades has profoundly shaped the lives of the Jamat, and enhanced our quality of life, both material and spiritual.
Living and behaving according to the ethics of our faith is the key to our spiritual progression. Alwaez Jamil Sawani discusses the importance of living ethically and explores how we can better live with integrity.
Dr. Aleem Kherani explores the responses of religious communities to changing circumstances and discusses how grounding ourselves in the essence of our practices can help us find comfort during challenging situations.
On the occasion of Laylat al-Qadr, Al-Waeza Dr. Nargis Ali Virani takes us on an inspiring journey and narrative of the legacies of the women from the Prophet's family (Hazarat Bibi Fatima, Bibi Zainub, and Sayyida Nafisa).
Do you know what each pearl represents in Jalal-al-Din Rumi's story of Adam and the three pearls? Alwaeza Dr. Afroza Nanji, in conversation with two guest speakers, explores the pearl of intellect through a beautiful piece from the Aga Khan Museum and delves into the works of Nasir Khusraw.
Alwaeza Parinda Chagani discusses the concept of love based on the Qur’an-e Shariff and Hadiths and shares heartwarming stories that speak to the depth of the love between the Imam and the Murid.

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