The Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Portugal present a lecture by H.E. Sheikha Mai Bint Mohammed Al Khalifa, member of the Steering Committee of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2020-2022 Cycle. Sheikha Mai is President of the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities.
Get a close look at the Aga Khan Museum's "IMAGE? The Power of the Visual" exhibition and go behind the scenes to watch the team as they bring the exhibition to life. Join the Museum's Head of Performing Arts, Amirali Alibhai as he sits down with world-renowned performer of Northern Indian classical music, Steve Oda, enjoy special performances by Kune, an intercultural band made up of Toronto-based artists, and hear about all the exciting ways in which the Museum's education team is engaging and shaping young minds.
The Aga Khan Museum, the Consulate General of the Republic of France in Toronto, and the French Institute present an evening filled with a diverse line-up of artists, activists, and leaders that challenge and explore our relationship with the natural world and how we can preserve our planet for generations to come.
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.
این برنامه به مناسبت برپایی نمایشگاه پروژه‌های راه‌یافته به مرحله‌ی پایانی پانزدهمین دوره‌ی جایزه‌ی معماری آقاخان تهیه گردیده است و شامل گفت‌وگوهایی درباره کلیات جایزه‌ی معماری آقاخان و هم‌چنین شالوده‌های فکری آن خواهد بود.// Ин барнома ба муносибати бар пойи намоишгоҳи пуружаҳои роҳёфта ба марҳилаи поёнии понздаҳумин давраи ҷоизаи меъмории Оғохон таҳия гардида аст ва шомили гуфту гуйҳое дар бораи куллиёти ҷоизаи меъмории Оғохон ва ҳамчунин шолудаҳои фикрии он хоҳад буд.// This programme is prepared on the occasion of the exhibition of the shortlisted projects of the AKAA 2022 in its 15th cycle. This episode includes conversations and interviews about the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and its underpinnings and the vision behind it.
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.
There were eight Pakistanis among the world’s top 100 nurses and midwives, five faculty members, and three alumni from Aga Khan University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan. Meet them all in this episode of Spotlight. Presented by Ismaili Council for Pakistan
The Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board (ICAB) presents a conversation between ICAB Chair Zulie Sachedina, Dr. Azim Nanji, Dr. Gurdofarid Miskinzoda and Dr. Shainool Jiwa on the topic of natural justice and equity as it relates to ethical wealth transfer and inheritance planning. Part of ICAB Guidelines developed under the direction of Mawlana Hazar Imam.
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.
In the first installment of a five-part series, Onstage Conversations 2022, Dr. Amyn B. Sajoo talks with Dr. Ulrike al-Khamis, Director & CEO of the Aga Khan Museum. The conversation focuses on the role of art in bridging divides as societies become more polarized by words and images. The series is presented by Simon Fraser University in partnership with the Ismaili Centres.
The Light of Navroz - Fez Meghani Nairouzel-Mahaba Wal Khaeer (Navroz is Love and Grace) Tere Nur Se Mawla Sabza Ba Naaz New Perfume
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.

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