The Ismaili Sounds are pleased to present On the occasion of Eid-e Ghadir, Allahumma Salli Ala, performed by Jishan Ali Thobani. This song is written in praise of the many qualities of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his progeny.
The Ismaili Sounds are pleased to present a collage of images of our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam from the time of his ascension to the throne of Imamat until the present day. The pictures are set to a specially commissioned soundtrack produced by The Sufistics titled Nostalgia, comprised of Geets from each decade of his Imamat and reminds us of all that he has done for the Ismaili Jamat worldwide.
The Ismaili Sounds present: Shukrana, a devotional collaboration between Ismaili artists from Jamats around the world. The song represents an expression of gratitude for, and celebration of more than 1400 years of continuous Imamat, highlighted by 65 glorious years of leadership by our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam. Filmed in Toronto and Lisbon, this unique international production is the humble culmination of the time, knowledge, and endeavor of close to 50 vocalists, instrumentalists, writers, composers, producers, visual artists, engineers, and technical team members.
Ismaili Pakistan presents a musical expression of love and devotion by the Pakistan Ismaili Ensemble to commemorate 65 glorious years of Imamat of our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam.
The Ismaili Sounds present: Mubarak Baad, a collaboration of Central Asian artists originating from Afghanistan, Iran, and Tajikistan. The song is a fusion of modern rhythms and traditional live instruments and rejoices the auspicious arrival of Imamat Day as one blessed with hope, joy, and renewal.
The Ismaili Sounds present: The karaoke version of My Imam, a cheerful and upbeat track, written, composed, and produced by Fez Meghani. Originally released in July 2020, this song helped uplift the global Jamat during the first lockdowns. Featuring musicians and young children from across the globe, this collaboration is a dedication of love and devotion to our Imam-of-the-Time. The song expresses gratitude for the Imam's guidance and blessings.
The Ismaili Sounds present: Euphoria, a song by K4 that reiterates important themes and messages of faith. This track reminds us of the blessing we have to be guided by a present living Imam and emphasizes the power of unity and resilience during times of adversity.
The Ismaili Sounds present: A music video from Syria entitled On your Imamat Day, the universe has blossomed. The song reminds us of the importance of Imamat Day - tracing the tradition of Imamat all the way back to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) and his declaration at Ghadir Kumm. Many of the performers in this piece came together for the Jubilee Arts International Arts Festival in Lisbon four years ago.
The Ismaili Sounds present: On this special occasion of the 65th Imamat Day of Mawlana Hazar Imam, The Ismaili is pleased to present Nur Un Ala Nur. Composed by Salim-Sulaiman, this devotional offering brings together, for the first time, globally renowned and award-winning Ismaili artists who take us through a soul-stirring and reflective expression honouring our 49 Imams.
A reflective collection of performances celebrating music from around the world. RUHI is a group of musicians who wanted to demonstrate the strength and harmony that is possible through the medium of music despite differences in geography and culture.
A reflective collection of performances celebrating music from around the world. RUHI is a group of musicians who wanted to demonstrate the strength and harmony that is possible through the medium of music despite differences in geography and culture.
To coincide with World Music Day, The Ismaili Sounds: Jam Sessions, a platform to showcase live and mellow performances. The first release, Ya Ali Madad [Reprise] by The Sufistics, expresses the belief that adversities can be overcome by keeping one’s faith close by.
A reflective collection of performances celebrating music from around the world. RUHI is a group of musicians who wanted to demonstrate the strength and harmony that is possible through the medium of music despite differences in geography and culture.
The Light of Navroz - Fez Meghani Nairouzel-Mahaba Wal Khaeer (Navroz is Love and Grace) Tere Nur Se Mawla Sabza Ba Naaz New Perfume
On the occasion of Eid ul-Fitr, The Ismaili sounds present a song by younger members of the Jamat, entitled Bismillah. Meaning “In the name of Allah,” Muslims say Bismillah before starting a prayer, enjoying a meal, embarking on a journey, or beginning a difficult task. Invoking the name of Allah can bring us comfort and strength, and helps us to remember Him in everything we do. In most forms of Sign Language, Bismillah is expressed via a simple gesture; the index finger starts at the lip and is then raised towards the sky.
The Ismaili Sounds present a rendition of Zahe Muqaddar, performed by Fitoor. Originally sung by Qari Waheed Zafar Qasmi, Zahe Muqaddar is a Na’at written in praise of Prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him and his family).
To coincide with the occasion of Navroz, The Ismaili is pleased to present Noor ki baarish, performed by Taufiq Karmali and Durri Zahir. The song’s lyrics describe the blossoming flowers, delicate fragrances, and sound of birdsong that mark the arrival of spring. This new day and the new year is blessed, the song says, as Navroz brings with it a rain of Light.
On the occasion of Yawm-e Ali, The Ismaili is pleased to present Every breath, a devotional composition in praise of Hazrat Ali, composed by Fez Meghani and performed by Saif Sattani.
The Ismaili is pleased to present a compilations of The Ismaili Sounds releases.
Presented by Council for Canada and Suhana Safar, celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of the next in a spirit of optimism and hope with host Zahra Premji and a star-studded cast of talented Ismaili artists from around the world.
To continue celebrating Mawlana Hazar Imam's 85th Birthday, The Ismaili Sounds pleased to present Iltija, featuring Pakistani folk and Sufi artist Sanam Marvi along with Jamil Assani.

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