Ismaili Potpourri: Most Interesting and Informative Videos for Ismailis

The Best of YouTube, by Sahil Badruddin

As we approach the Diamond Jubilee, here is a collection of the most interesting, accessible, and informative videos for the Jamat’s enjoyment.

The collection will be released over time, with a new playlist of about 7 videos every few months leading up to and into the Diamond Jubilee. The link to the first installment is below.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS4N8YYLEMZaLPDcy3m1sHtG-VBV89p29

 

The Best of YouTube, by Sahil BadruddinSahil Badruddin is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with majors in Chemical Engineering, Religious Studies (focus in Islamic & Ismaili Studies), and History (concentration in History of Religions & History of Science). He often organizes speaking events for intellectuals; some past events include Mohamed Keshavjee at the University of Texas at Austin, Shafique Virani at Yale University, and Reza Aslan at the University of Madison-Wisconsin.

Sahil’s RoundUp Series assembles the most interesting and credible religion-related video content in various themes for a general audience. Despite its wide availability, he noticed there was a lack of good and accessible (centralized) content in the field of Religious Studies so, as a hobby, he decided to compile the absolute best material. Sahil strives to offer an objective yet deep understanding of religion given the sea of negativity and misunderstanding.

 

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