“The jamatbhai…was blind and for ‘wudu’ he used to draw water from a nearby well. Gulamhusen made sure that he was there to help the jamatbhai in the daily ritual. Through acts such as this, Gulamhusen began to serve the jamat of the town”….Read More
Simerg’s Volunteer Series (previous stories):
- His Highness the Aga Khan’s Visit to India: For His Ismaili Followers and Volunteers, “A Dream Come True” and “An Experience of Being Lifted Away to Another World”
- Stories of Ismaili Volunteers: An Eye Surgeon’s Courageous Journey to Chitral for His Nazrana of Time and Knowledge to Mawlana Hazar Imam
- The Spirit of the Ismaili Volunteers at an Extraordinary Place
- Volunteers, the Unsung Heroes of the World-Class 2008 Ismaili Golden Jubilee Games Celebrating the 50th Imamat Anniversary of His Highness the Aga Khan
- Rajabali Mecklai, 85, Serves the Vancouver Ismailis and Community at Large with Dedication and Distinction
We invite contributions for the series. Please click STORIES OF ISMAILI VOLUNTEERS.
“The car door was left open waiting for him to sit in, but Hazar Imam was instead moving around the compound as if unwilling to leave the premises…..This is a sight that is difficult to erase from the mind” — Toral Pradhan
This is a fascinating story of faith and courage by an eye-surgeon who decided to travel to Chitral, Pakistan, and give the precious gift of an eyesight to individuals who thought they would never see again. Simerg invites individuals to come forward and share their stories as part of its 4th anniversary series dedicated to Ismaili volunteers, badged as well as non-badged.
PLEASE CLICK: An Ismaili Eye Surgeon’s Courageous Journey to Chitral
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A spontaneously written piece in recognition of the enormous amount of work the Ismaili volunteers do, day in day out. Please click The Spirit of the Ismaili Volunteers at an Extraordinary Place
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