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Eid al-Fitr - EID Mubarak

  Eid al-Fitr is an Arabic term which means the ‘festival of breaking (the fast).’ The festival marks the culmination of the month of Ramadan, during which Muslims turn inwards through fasting and spiritual devotion; and outwards through acts of kindness and compassion. Historically, Muslims have celebrated Eid al-Fitr since the time of Prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him and his family), emphasising our values of spiritual upliftment and generosity towards those facing difficulty and hardship. It is an occasion of peace, happiness, joy, and festivity. During Fatimid times, Ismaili Imam-Caliphs used to address believers on the day of Eid in a  Khutba  (sermon). In an Eid address in the 10th century CE, Mawlana al-Qaim told a gathered assembly of believers that this day of Eid is a festival that Allah honours and exalts. He counsels Muslims on this day to “be faithful in your intentions and submit your requests to God.” Traditionally, Eid al-Fitr begins at sunset on the night of the

Laylat al-Qadr - The Night of Power

  Laylat al-Qadr, or the Night of Power, commemorates one of the most significant events in the history of Islam. It is the night when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) received the first revelation from Allah.  According to tradition, the Prophet Muhammad used to retreat to Jabal an-Nur, a mountain outside of Mecca, for a month or so every year. There, he would meditate in isolation in the cave of Hira. During one such retreat the Prophet had a profound spiritual experience when the Angel Gabriel inspired him to: “Recite in the Name of thy Lord Who created, created man of a blood clot. Recite! Thy Lord is most noble, Who taught by the Pen, taught man that which he knew not.” (Surah al Alaq, ayat 1-5) Laylat al-Qadr commemorates the night during which these first verses of the Holy Qur’an were revealed. Read More at  :    THEISMAILI 

Mowlana Sultan Mahomed Shah Aga Khan III

48th Imam - Direct Desendant of Prophet Muhammad ( pbuh) His Highness the Agakhan Karim Al-Hussaini- Maulana Hazar Imam, Pays Tribute to his grandfather : "Many Many Memories come to our minds as we think of him. He achieved in his life, for our community ,that which could only have been accomplished normally in a period of many generations. The tributes that the world has paid him bear Honest Testimony to his great life and work"- Takht Nashini,Karachi,January 23,1958 Read more About Agakhan III visit :  

Navroz Mubarak

Ismaili Muslims worldwide observe Navroz (Nowruz), a festival that marks the beginning of a new year and the first day of spring. Navroz signifies a time of spiritual renewal and physical rejuvenation, as well as a spirit of gratitude for blessings and an outlook of hope and optimism.   Navroz commemorates a centuries-old, agrarian custom that over time was integrated into various cultures and faith traditions. Its origins are traced to ancient Persia, being the first day of the Persian solar year.  The celebration of Navroz has extended through various parts of the Muslim world and beyond, over the centuries. Today, Navroz is celebrated by some 300 million people in Iran, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, and many other countries. In each of these different regions of the world, Navroz is observed in diverse ways. The commemorations blend together local cultures and customs with the religious beliefs and interpretations found in different regions of the world.  In Iran, Navroz

Its nothing - Mathematics scientific Robotics 2024

  Mathematics scientific Robotics 2024 - Power of Religion