Jashn-e-Diamond Jubilee The Ugandan Jamat presents evergreen Garbas revived into new trendy steps. They feel…
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This painting shows the denial of sin by the spirit.
In this painting, I have portrayed the life, death and the time we spend in this world.
Nobovar was born in Komsomolobod in the Rasht valley of Tajikistan.
Abdul Rahim: from Hunza, and a proud Ismaili Muslim. Studied at National College of Arts…
Lord of men in every breath, exalted over moon and sun…..You are Adam in his innocence, Yusuf in his loveliness…..For Aly, dear to God, I burn with love: With every breath Aly Aly
We engage in continuous Zikr (prayers), Mawla.
Amazing art work by an inspiring artist Tahira Karim whose work helps disadvantaged children in Peru. A must-see exhibition in Calgary, Canada.
With Urdu subtitles/translation.
First musical tribute of the Diamond Jubilee released
On occasion of holy month of Ramzan, Nazia Amin Mohammad, a renowned Ismaili singer based in Dubai, gives tribute in the form of dua in Urdu.
The pearl of the river of the truth and the gem is in the mind of your being.
Lovers of literature might want to block off July 12 on their calendar because that’s when two-time Giller Prize winner M.G. Vassanji will speak at the festival.
Born in 1985 in Calgary, Alberta to immigrant and refugee parents, and exposed to world travel and many cultures
The students of the indigenous music school Bulbulik in Gojal Valley, Gilgit is making efforts to revive musical traditions
Mawla’s arrival brings with it abundance of blessings, and creates a glowing feel all around.
Musical Maestro from Houston, the popular Kamal Haji and his team presents. Click to listen.
Ismailimail’s Exclusive Interview with Ismaili artists, Junaid Alam & DJ Ghasuray (Saqlain Saleem).
The three curators of the exhibit ― Aanjalie Collure, a Sri Lankan-Canadian global health and human rights advocate, Jeffrey Ingold, a British-Canadian working in corporate PR, and Narmeen Haider, a Muslim Pakistani-American currently working in global health and development ― were all interested in tackling anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiment in the West.
Mohammed is one of the most common names in the world and also one of the most heavily stigmatized. Post-9/11, many associate the name with terrorism, marginalizing millions of Muslims around the world.