Simerg’s sister website, Barakah, has featured Princess Zahra Aga Khan (birthday, September 18) and Prince Amyn Aga Khan (birthday, September 12) in recent days, and we invite our readers to click on the following links or images for the four pieces, which include memorable photos and an important letter penned by Prince Amyn in 1960.
The Logo: Barakah seeks its inspiration from the Arabic root b-r-k, and its most fundamental meaning is ‘Blessing’, conferred by the Divine upon humankind.
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In an exclusive piece for Simerg’s sister website Barakah, which is dedicated to Mawlana Hazar Imam and members of his family, Dr Mohamed Manji of Vancouver digs into his archives of photos, and reflects on Prince Amyn Aga Khan’s visit to Toronto in 1973. Dr Manji was then a member for Health in the newly established Aga Khan Regional Council for Ontario and Quebec. His article also coincides with Prince Amyn’s 84th birthday on Sunday September 12, 2021, which also marks the 7th anniversary of the opening of two iconic Ismaili Imamat projects in Toronto, the Ismaili Centre and the Aga Khan Museum. Please click HERE or on the image below for photos and article on Prince Amyn, the younger brother of Mawlana Hazar Imam, His Highness the Aga Khan.
“…Prince, we have witnessed and continue to witness your immense love, loyalty and respect for our beloved Hazar Imam. You continue to be an epitome of inspiration in the service of the Imam, Imamat, worldwide Jamats, greater Muslim Ummah and humanity…..