Missing out the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, devout football fan Rahim Khoja from Ottawa, Canada, was determined and made it to this year’s magnificent football World Cup hosted in Brazil. He watched the Spain-Holland and Brazil-Mexico matches in person, and had the thrill of his lifetime. See his story and a selection of photos by clicking on My 2014 World Cup Adventure in Brazil – A Dream Come True! or on the image below.
EVERY LINK ON THIS PAGE IS WORTH A CLICK
“Shukr Mawlo, Shukr Mawlo” – When Hope is All You Have Left, a Story for Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Salgirah by Gulnor Saratbekova (Uruguay/Tajikistan)
Olivier Galibert: Ismaili Portraits from Tajikistan by Olivier Galibert (France)
Photo Gallery: Ismaili Portraits From Tajikistan (I) by A. M. Rajput, UK
Matthieu Paley: Journey to the Roof of the World (Portraits of Ismailis)
Intrepid globetrotter Muslim Harji of Montreal had a trip of a lifetime recently when he visited Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma). This second photo essay, in a 3-part South East Asia series, covers his adventures and experiences with the delicious mouth-watering street foods of South East Asia. No traveler would wish to miss this excellent post by a Canadian Ismaili photographer, whose lens captures the extraordinary!
VIEW PHOTOS OF HIS HIGHNESS THE AGA KHAN
AT SIMERG AND SIMERGPHOTOS
View Allison Wallaces’s rare and unique collection of His Highness the Aga Khan’s photos at Simerg or Simergphotos by clicking on the respective links or images shown below. Simergphotos is richly suited for images, but readers will also enjoy an equally absorbing viewing experience here on Simerg. A visit to Simergphotos is a must for the fascinating photo essays published on the blog over the past 18 months!
“[My] mum trained as a teacher in London and was passionate about the importance of education, the communication of knowledge and the enhancement of the individual through such knowledge. During her time in Kenya, she held the position of Principal at the Aga Khan Primary School in Nairobi where His Highness the Aga Khan on at least one occasion, privileged her to host a visit.” — Allison Wallace
|Please click here to view the Jean Kirk Aga Khan photo collection at Simerg||Please click here to view the Jean Kirk Aga Khan photo collection at Simergphotos|
Also, publishing on Sunday, April 20, 2014: Concepts of Modern Cosmology
and Astrophysics in the Ginans
“Throughout the book we are brought along to various exotic destinations with Hussain. We are his travelling companion on his many journeys and are a virtual witness to what he sees as important to record, which is the photographic evidence of many endangered species. From the inside front cover we know that the proceeds from the sale of the book will be distributed to the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan Fund for the Environment.” – excerpt from book review by John MacDonald
“We salute those who have donated their time and talent and material resources to this project, including those who designed, constructed and decorated this building and its surroundings. You have created a remarkable building that will enhance the cityscape of Dushanbe.”
His Highness the Aga Khan, 49th Ismaili Imam
Following the recent publication of an exclusive piece Ismailis in China – A Travelogue with a Special Photo Collection by Ghulam Panjwani, we are happy to add more photos and images to the original collection, and publish it as a special photo essay at Simerg’s companion photo blog. Please click on the following link or image:
Muslim Harji shares his photos of “Robben Island”, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years of his life, for the first time since he captured them some seven years ago. He decided to release them through this blog following the recent death of the great African freedom fighter and icon at the age of 95.
And forthcoming on New Year’s Day
…..WITH OTHER GREATS PIECES, JUST A CLICK AWAY
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