"President Ameerally Kassim-Lakha launches a year of commemorative events marking the milestone 50th anniversary for the Jamat in Canada. Starting in 1972, with the first mass migration of Ismailis, Jamati members from around the world have established themselves and made Canada their permanent home. Enjoy highlights of the special events that have taken place over the week of September 25, 2022, in the presence of members of the Imamat family as host Husein Madhavji traverses our great country from Toronto to Edmonton to Vancouver."
Episode 3 in the Celebrating 50 series includes highlights from a luncheon in honour of Princess Zahra, hosted by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and in the presence of Alberta Lieutenant Governor Salma Lakhani. Also included are segments from the inauguration of the Diwan Pavilion at the Aga Khan Garden in Edmonton, held later that day.
Prince Amyn is joined with Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Mayor of Toronto John Tory at the groundbreaking ceremony for Generations Toronto, a multi-generational housing development close to the Ismaili Centre Toronto.
Prince Amyn Aga Khan, on behalf of Mawlana Hazar Imam, accepted the Key to the City of Toronto presented by Mayor John Tory at the Ismaili Centre Toronto.
AKEB Tanzania asks various professionals in the Jamat about the importance of the English language.
Inspired by the University of Texas at Arlington’s Building Bridges workshop in 2021, amateur filmmaker Kelly Gray Bobino follows a young man’s journey into his Muslim heritage. The film was presented at the Plano Jamatkhana in Texas and is part of the Building Bridges Short Film Series.
Inspired by the University of Texas at Arlington’s Building Bridges workshop in 2021, amateur filmmaker Nadeem Haji explores how green spaces impact urban settings. The film was presented at the Plano Jamatkhana in Texas and is part of the Building Bridges Short Film Series.
Nadia Verjee, Chief of Staff to the CEO and Minister of State for International Cooperation was responsible for curating and developing the Expo 2020 Dubai's thematic programme with over 200 nations, organizations, and partners from around the world. Nadia’s story will resonate with you and empower you to follow your passion and pursue your goals fearlessly.
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.
Inspired by the University of Texas at Arlington’s Building Bridges workshop in 2021, amateur filmmaker Neelam Hussain explores how values play a role in physical spaces. The film was presented at the Plano Jamatkhana in Texas and is part of the Building Bridges Short Film Series.
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.
In an exclusive interview for The Ismaili TV, Prince Amyn shares stories from his childhood growing up with Mawlana Hazar Imam, and about their relationship with their grandfather, our beloved 48th Imam, Mawlana Sultan Mahomed Shah. He speaks about AKDN’s activities and some of Hazar Imam’s priorities over the past 65 years. This is a valuable opportunity to hear about Hazar Imam from someone who has been by his side for most of his life, and to gain a deeper understanding into Hazar Imam’s work across many decades.
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.
"به مناسبت عید امامت، این برنامه نگاه مختصری می‌اندازد به کوشش‌های مولانا حاضرامام محبوبمان برای بهبود کیفیت زندگی جماعت و کسانی که جماعت که در میان آن‌ها زندگی می‌کنند.// Ин барнома ба муносибати ҷашни имомат Мавлоно Ҳозир Имом ба таври мухтасар ба фаъолиятҳои Ҳозир Имоми маҳбубамон дар ҷиҳати баланд бардоштани сатҳи зиндагии ҷамоъат ва мардумоне, ки дар миёни онҳо зиндагӣ мекунанд, назар мегузорад.// On the occasion of Imamat Day, this episode briefly looks at our beloved Hazar Imam’s activities for improving the quality of life of the Jamat and the people amongst whom they live."
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.
Exclusively produced for The Ismaili TV, this programme is hosted from three Ismaili Centres on three different continents. The show comprises various musical items produced for The Ismaili Sounds for Imamat Day. It features musicians from around the world, including well-known artists such as Salim-Sulaiman, Shehzad Roy, Nobovar, Takkat, Faisal Kapadia, Natasha Baig, Farhan Shah, The Sufistics, and many more. The programme also features a special message to Mawlana Hazar Imam from all the Ismaili Council Presidents across the world on behalf of the global Jamat, as well as some fun and exciting content for children.

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