Through the Lens of Muslim Harji

Editor’s Note: The list is incomplete and the remaining links will be added during the course of the next few days.

MIDDLE EAST

PLEASE CLICK: Dubai’s Jewel: The Ismaili Community’s Congregational Space

A view of the main entrance hall of the Ismaili Centre, Dubai draws architectural inspiration from the Fatimid mosques in Cairo. At the centre of the colourfully patterned marble floor is an ornamental fountain crafted from a solid block of Carrara marble. Photo: Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ. Copyright. See link 6.

A view of the main entrance hall of the Ismaili Centre, Dubai draws architectural inspiration from the Fatimid mosques in Cairo. At the centre of the colourfully patterned marble floor is an ornamental fountain crafted from a solid block of Carrara marble. Photo: Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ. Copyright. See link 6.

PLEASE CLICK: Jerusalem – A Photo Essay of the Holy City

A view of old Jerusalem from the hotel room where we stayed. The Dome of the Rock is in the foreground and Mount of Olives in the background. Photo: Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ. Copyright.

A view of old Jerusalem from the hotel room where we stayed. The Dome of the Rock is in the foreground and Mount of Olives in the background. Photo: Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ. Copyright.

IRAN (AND ALAMUT)

PLEASE CLICK: Iran and Alamut Like You Have Not Seen Before

The Castle of Alamut, nested on the top of the colossal mass of granite rock, became the centre of Nizari Ismaili activity after the fall of the Fatimid Empire. Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ, Canada. © Copyright.

The Castle of Alamut, nested on the top of the colossal mass of granite rock, became the centre of Nizari Ismaili activity after the fall of the Fatimid Empire. Muslim Harji, Montreal, PQ, Canada. © Copyright.

SOUTH ASIA

Photo Essay: Street Foods of India by Muslim Harji

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 SOUTH EAST ASIA

PLEASE CLICK: Photo Essay: The Ismaili Jamatkhana in Myanmar, With Notes on the Community’s Patriotic Spirit

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(Irresistible) Street Foods of South East Asia Through My Lens by Muslim Harji

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AFRICA

PLEASE CLICK: Photo Essay: The Robben Island Prison Through My Lens by Muslim and Ayesha Harji

CANADA

PLEASE CLICK: Exclusive Photo Essay: 2015 Navroz Celebrations in Montreal

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PLEASE CLICK: Photo Essay: Working Behind the Scenes – The Exceptional Work of Ismaili Volunteers During a Jamati Feast (‘Jaman’)

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Date posted: June 7, 2015.

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