The Aga Khan Museum, MSU Marawi

The Aga Khan Museum, MSU Marawi

The Aga Khan Museum, MSU Marawi

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Aga Khan: Informing and Inspiring, Historically and Scientifically

By CSYmbong All of us know the Aga Khan and Natural Science Museum (called “Aga Khan” only by most), but most of us simply consider it as a gallery and display of historical and cultural relics and preserved cadavers of some animal species, without minding its great importance not only about for studies and researches but also in inspiring the preservation and retention of our … Continue reading Aga Khan: Informing and Inspiring, Historically and Scientifically

Stop and smell the roses: Aga Khan Museum in Philippines

Aga Khan Museum, named after HRH Prince Karim Aga Khan IV (its donor), is the only museum in the Philippines that houses artifacts of the Moro culture. It is a treasure trove of the 13 Moro tribes: the Maranaos, Maguindanaons, Tausugs, Iranon, Yakan, Kalagan, Samal, Sangir, Kalibugan, Molboganun, Palawanis, Jama Mapun and Badjao. http://whinesandroses.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/stop-and-smell-the-roses/ All related: http://en.wordpress.com/tag/aga-khan-museum-mindanao/ Continue reading Stop and smell the roses: Aga Khan Museum in Philippines

Aga Khan Museum Mindanao – helping understand Maranao culture better

A Christian Perspective: Source The Muslims in the Philippines have 13 ethno-linguistic groups, majority are located in Mindanao – my homeland. The Maranao tribe (which means people of the lake) is the most visible of them primarily because many are engaged in trading. The Maranaos are also famous for their art works, sophisticated weaving, wood and metal craft and their epic literature. It has been … Continue reading Aga Khan Museum Mindanao – helping understand Maranao culture better

Aga Khan Museum – Mindanao State University

Aga Khan Museum A repository of Maranao and other Moro artifacts boasting a huge collection of indigenous and cultural materials, ethnic music, native tools and weapons used by the Muslims, and houses of different artistic designs. It was named in honor of King Aga Khan who contributed significantly to the realization of the museum. http://insulare.blogspot.com/2008/04/sarimanokish-marawi.html All related posts on Aga Khan Museum Mindanao Continue reading Aga Khan Museum – Mindanao State University

Aga Khan Museum of Islamic Arts – Philippines

Aga Khan Museum of Islamic Arts This museum originally opened in 1962, which was moved to its present site and renamed in 1963 following a donation from His Royal Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan IV. It contains ethnographical artifacts, particularly those connected with the folk arts. It is a repository of Maranao and other Moro artifacts, which boasts a huge collection of indigenous art and … Continue reading Aga Khan Museum of Islamic Arts – Philippines

The Aga Khan Museum at Mindanao State University

The rustic charm of Marawi By Jojie Alcantara Witerary LANAO del Sur is the land of the Maranaos, or “people of the lake,” among the most devout of Muslim tribes as well as the most artistic, as evident in the people’s most natural way of life. Lanao del Sur forms the western portion of Northern Mindanao, bounded on the north by Lanao del Norte, on … Continue reading The Aga Khan Museum at Mindanao State University