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Aga Khan III Event - 1951-02

February 1951 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited Iran Jamats (links!) for the first time with Mata Salamat Om Habibah Begum. They both attended the marriage ceremonies of Shah-en-Shah of Iran. Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave Holy Deedar to thousands of Ismailis in Mahalat.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951-02

February 1951 - Karachi, Pakistan: Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III said, 'Arabic, as a national language, will give you immediate contact not only with forty million Arabic-speaking people of independent nations on your West, but the other sixty million more or less Arabic-speaking people who are not independent but who exist in Africa. Right up to the Atlantic, not only in the North, but as far South as Nigeria and Gold Coast, and in all the Sudans and in East Africa, Arabic is known to large numbers of people.

Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah and Begum Mata Salamat met with Governor- General Ghulam Mohammad and H.E. Dr. Sita Ram, Indian High Commissioner
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III at the airport, leaving for France after his visit to Pakistan.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah met with the ruler of Kalat State and Hunza (link to 041msms)
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III also met with H.E. Mohan Sinha Mehta, Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan and other diplomats
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Seen here, their Royal Highnesses inspecting the wedding presents made to the King of Iran.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave his condolences to Begum Liaquat Ali Khan at the demise of Quaid-I-Millat
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

The Syrian Government awarded Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III with the title of 'Order of Ommayyads'.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III had a group photo taken on April 1, 1951 at Cairo when Ismaili Leaders from Europe, Pakistan, India, Burma and East Africa gathered together to request permission to start preparations for Platinum Jubilee.

Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III met with the Syrian envoy and the Mir of Hunza.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave aspeech at the Institut e of International Affairs in Karachi
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III granted permission for the celebration of Platinum Jubilee to Ismaili representatives from Pakistan, Burma, Bharat and Africa.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

During this visit, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III, Mata Salamat and Mr. Zahid Husain visited the treasury vaults of the State Bank of Pakistan where they viewed the display of Pakistani notes and coins.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

When the 'Times', London made some unfair allegations against Islam and the Muslims in a leading article in October 1951, His Royal Highness sent a spirited reply to that newspaper which was published in its next issue of November 6, 1951. He explained that it was because of the spirit of tolerance of Islam that even the smallest Christian and Jewish minorities had survived and kept all their doctrines during the thousand years of Muslim rule. (link to letter pg132-134)

Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III at a function in Karachi with the Raja Ghazanfaar Ali Khan in Karachi. (link to 033msms)
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III also visited the Iranian Embassy in Pakistan and there met with the dignitaries and also met with the Indonesian Charge d'Affaires
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was granted an honorary LL.D. by Dacca University.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1951

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III is seen amidst a joyful company at a dinner function in Karachi.
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Aga Khan III Event - 1950

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III met the Burmese Jamat in Rangoon, in 1950
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