The meaning behind the IM symbol

The symbol uses ‘o’ or “vaav”. ‘O’ comes from the words like Muhammad or Ali in Calligraphy and shows the subject or the doer of an action and ‘vaav’ is ‘and’ which shows connection. It is to depict “I’m” I am. I am a proud Ismaili and that I am strong and confident in my faith and my community to be identified as an Ismaili Muslim.

Ismailimail Logo
Original design in green.

The above exclusively designed avatar/logo has been adapted in gray color to match Ismailimail’s new design. The logo features Fatimid Imam-Caliph Nizar’s Gold Dinar depicting the major historical event. The English letter “I” and “M” portrays contemporary existence of Ismailis, having a personal impact in the worlds.

Please read this story of Nizar b. al-Mustansir bi’llah Gold Dinar

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

4 thoughts

  1. The Logo is excellent and it indeed depicts the rich History of the Imams at the time.
    Fatimid Era was unique at the time. Yes IM now all the more becomes a precious
    phrase for the Ismaili MuslimS worldwide. PROUD TO BE AN ISMAILI MUSLIM UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF OUR 49TH IMAM, SHAH KARIM AL- HUSAINY.

    Kudos to the designer of the LOGO.

    taj kothari
    Miami, Florida

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  2. The theme of confidence in faith, community and identity is very relevant in today’s changing world. Ismaili Mail is to be highly commended for choosing this theme in its new logo. Excellent redesign!

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  3. This random search ismailimail button is very cool. I keep on clicking it to stumble upon unending source of information. It is one killer feature of WordPress, works really well for blogs with thousands of posts.

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