Rukshana is an Ismaili semi abstract artist who hails from the Sir J. J. School of Art and Sophia College in Mumbai
Since 3 years she has been successfully running Cocoa Cottage Academy in Mumbai
Road Safety awareness programme organised by Jogeshwari Ismaili youth
A splendid representation of Indo-Islamic architecture, Humayun Tomb Delhi gets its crown. The finial, or…
Visit the exhibition at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto from April 30 to May 31, 2016
The Humayun’s Tomb conservation was undertaken by the AKTC and the ASI with the support of the Tata Trust.
Over 1500 students from various Delhi schools participated in the #WorldHeritageDay celebrations.
The Humayun’s Tomb – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of three in Delhi – has finally got a gold crown.
His Highness Sir Sultan Mohammed Aga Khan III supported Dr. Haffkine and offered him his Khushru Palace at Mazgaon.
Both novelist and non-fiction writer, a person of Indian origin who feels at home on three continents
The Aga Khan Education Service in India currently operates and manages eight schools in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh.
Ismaili Volunteer Core Group, Jogeshwari
South African attorney Mohamed Keshavjee is the latest recipient of the prestigious Gandhi-King-Ikeda Award for Peace
>Ahmedabad, the former capital of Gujarat
Raiya Road Jamatkhana opened on April 3rd, 2016.
Sayeeda Kurlawala is an Ismaili Muslim from India
Quasar Padamsee has based Khatijabai’s character on his Ismaili Khoja paternal grandmother, Kulsum Padamsee.
Dr Mohamed Keshavjee, a South Africa-born specialist will be conferred the award in Atlanta on April 5.
Last year, I sat with some young women in a programme the Aga Khan Foundation runs in Uttar Pradesh.
During the one hour spent at the site, VP Ansari appreciated the ongoing restoration works by the AKTC