Khaana Khazana presents a special Navroz episode with a brand new list of recipes! Learn how to make Nargisi Kababs, Vegetarian Muthia, Hara Kheema, and Fruit Trifle.
Karima Kassam and her Mami, Malek, teach how to make delicious recipes: Keema Masoor Biryani and Lapsi. Get your aprons on and your mixing bowls ready, you're definitely in for an exciting class!
From the Navroz 2021 episode of Friday Night Reflections, learn how to make delicious sherbet and haft mewa, enjoy a beautiful recitation of Jalaluddin Rum's poem, Spring! and listen to 3 unique musical expressions guaranteed to help you celebrate, as One Jamat, this season of spiritual renewal and physical rejuvenation.
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.
Why is low sugar dangerous and what new technologies are available to ease the burden of “finger pokes”? These questions, and more, are answered in this informative presentation brought to you by the National Health Board, Council for Canada.
The Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center USA together with the Ismaili Centre Toronto present a discussion in recognition of the International Day of Tolerance. In a discussion with three representatives of the Aga Khan Development Network, Dr. Mahmoud Eboo, Diplomatic Representative to Canada, Sheherezade Hirji, Diplomatic Representative to Afghanistan, and Munir Merali, Diplomatic Representative to the People's Republic of Bangladesh, illustrate how local contexts shape the work of the AKDN and provide an understanding of the broader connection between the global projects.
این برنامه به شرح مختصری از سیر تحول تاریخی شیعه‌ی اسماعیلی در افغانستان می‌پردازد.// Ин барнома ба шарҳи мухтасаре аз сайри таҳаввули таърихии Шиъаи Исмоилия дар Афғонистон мепардозад.// This episode will briefly discuss the historical developments of Shia Ismailis in Afghanistan.
In this episode of FNR, Khalil Z. Shariff, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation Canada, and Dr. Najmuddin Najm, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation Afghanistan sit down with host Kiran Hayat for a wide-ranging conversation exploring the situation in Afghanistan on the ground. They discuss the lifesaving impact of AKDN activities and its efforts to address food insecurity, employment, health care, education, and the status of women.
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.
ITREB USA is pleased to launch the first book in the Living Ismaili Traditions Series from the IIS, Ismaili Festivals: Stories of Celebration written by Dr. Shiraz Kabani. This session highlights Dr. Kabani's USA tour to Austin, TX, and Chicago, IL, featuring thought-provoking and engaging insights by Dr. Kabani, musical performances of pieces from the book, and Q&As from Jamati members across the country.
"این برنامه به بررسی مسائل فلسفی دینی از نگاه اسماعیلیان بدخشان می‌پردازد که در دعوت‌های دینی سنتی برگزار می‌گردند.// Баррасии масъоили фалсафӣ-динӣ аз нигоҳи Исмоилиёни Бадахшон, ка дар даъватҳои динӣ-суннатӣ баргузор мегарданд.// This programme will discuss the philosophical and religious issues from the Badakhshani’s Ismailis perspectives that are held in their religious tradition ceremonies."
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).
Part 3 of 3 - In preparation for Laylat al-Qadr, ITREB USA and Canada present a series of perspectives and devotional expressions which the Jamat can draw upon for personal search and reflection. Alwaeza Saleema Hassanali presents a reflection on Subission as a Form of Transformation.
Part 2 of 3 - In preparation for Laylat al-Qadr, ITREB USA and Canada present a series of perspectives and devotional expressions which the Jamat can draw upon for personal search and reflection. Alwaez Amaan Shiraz Kassamali presents his perspective on the Role of Personal and Private Prayer.
Part 1 of 3 - In preparation for Laylat al-Qadr, ITREB USA and Canada present a series of perspectives and devotional expressions which the Jamat can draw upon for personal search and reflection. Alwaeza Dr. Natasha Hakimali Merchant gives a short reflection on the topic of Transformation Through Disruption.
Prince Rahim Aga Khan, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi - President of Mozambique, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa - President of Portugal, and various government officials, attend the inauguration ceremony of the Aga Khan Academy in Maputo, Mozambique.
Get ready to be inspired by 5 amazing women breaking down barriers and leading the way in their fields. Host Iman Rajwani presents Aisha Visram, Head Athletic Trainer for the AHL Ontario Reign; entrepreneur Farhangiz Jumah; Nazneen Damji, United Nations Senior Policy Advisor, and a conversation between stand-up comedian, Shereen Kassam, and Shereen Ladha, dancer, choreographer and businesswoman.
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.
Navroz: A Time of Renewal is an inspirational and educational program that explores the meaning and history of Navroz, touching on the diverse ways in which the festival is celebrated in different parts of the world, and the significance of the haft seen and rozi. The show focuses on messages of rebirth, rejuvenation, and hope for the future. It incorporates verses of the Qur’an, quotes from Mawlana Hazar Imam, and devotional poetry from the Persian, Arabic, and South Asian traditions.
Learn the ancient art of Kufic Calligraphy from Jalal Gilani. The Kufic script has long been used as a preferred calligraphy style for Quranic transcription and architectural decoration. It is characterized by angular, rectilinear letterforms and their horizontal orientation. Re-create basic structural forms of Arabic and Urdu letters into geometric designs, a technique that feels much like solving a puzzle.

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