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Aga Khan III wrote an influential Review - 1905

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III wrote an influential Review which was published in the September issue of the journal 'The Nineteenth Century and After' in London.

Aga Khan III Stayed in Zanzibar 29 days while The First Constitution was prepared - 1905

1905 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited Africa and stayed in Zanizibar for 29 days. Imam brought with him the owner of Sarswarti Press, Mr. Vithaldas N. Suratia to write the Farmans. Mr. Suratia later published Farman books. In the Farman book No. 15A, Mr. Suratia gives a detailed account of the Zanizibar visit. According to these details, Imam was in Zanzibar for 29 days when the first Constitution of the Jamat was prepared and ordained.
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Aga Khan III Gave Speeches in Calcutta and Bombay - 1904-03-30

March 30, 1904 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave a Budget Speech in the Council of the Governor General in Calcutta, where in He mentioned India to be alert and to be prepared and he also mentioned the importance of instituting an Imperial Cadet Corps.

Aga Khan III Visits Kutchh Kera Jamat - 1903-12-01 to 02

December 1903 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Cutcch Kera on the 1st and 2nd of December.

Aga Khan III Visits Kutchh Jamats - 1903-11-01 to 29

November 1903 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Manjevdi, Jamnagar, Cutcch Mundra, Cutcch Bhadressar and Cutcch Nagalpur between the 1st and 29th of November.

Aga Khan III Visits Gujrat Jamats - 1903-10-12 to 31

October 1903 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Surat, Ahmedabad, Siddhpur, Vadvann Camp, Rajkot, Gondal between the 12th and 31st of October.

Aga Khan III Gives a budget speech at Calcutta - 1903-03-25

March 25, 1903: Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave a Budget Speech in the Council of the Governor General in Calcutta. During the speech, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III mentioned the burden created by the salt tax, income tax exemption and the vast majority of Indian children not receiving elementary education.

Aga Khan III was nominated to the Imperial Legislative Council of India - 1903

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was nominated to the Imperial Legislative Council of India and he also acted as the Chairman of the Reception Committee of the All India Moslem Education Conference.
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Aga Khan III awarded the title of Grand Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire - 1902

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was also accorded the title of Grand Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire (G.C.I.E)
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Aga Khan III calls for the establishment of Aligarh University - 1902

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III presided over the Muslim Educational Conference at Delhi. In his Presidential speech, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III called for the establishment of Aligarh University and he himself donated Rs. 35,000.00
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Aga Khan III Speaks at All India Mohammadan Educational Conference - 1902

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III gave a Presidential Address to the All India Mohammadan Educational Conference in Delhi. He spoke about the advantages which the Muslims of India possess, and the necessity of schools to teach the youth, both male and female the Faith and modern secular science.

Aga Khan III attends the coronation of King Edward VII - 1902

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III attended the coronation of King Edward VII and met him thrice privately.
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Aga Khan III travels to Europe - 1900-11

November 1900 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III during his travels to Europe, also met with Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm and during one of the meetings with the Emperor, Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was able to persuade an important demand of the Indian, mainly Ismaili settlers in the German East Africa to be permitted to grow rice along the fertile banks of the Rufiji River. Furthermore, the Kaiser also agreed to raise the social status of the Indians and remove some small petty annoyances
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Aga Khan III visits the Jamats of Jamnagar - 1900-04-04 to 19

April 4 - 19, 1900 Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Jamnagar, India.

Aga Khan III visited the Jamat of Sind - 1900-02

February 1900 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamat of Sind Hyderabad.
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Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Zanzibar - 1899-06 to 1899-09

June to September 1899 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III visited the Jamats of Zanzibar. He made many Farmans for the worldly and spiritual betterment of Ismailis.
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Aga Khan III's First Visist To Africa, Awarded Star of Zanzibar - 1899

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III first visit to Africa. Sultan of Zanzibar awarded him the title of 'Brilliant Star of Zanzibar' - Incidentally, title bestowed upon both Mowlana Sultan Mohammed Shah and Mowlana Hazar Imam when They were both at the age of 21.
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Aga Khan III is awarded Star of Persia - 1899

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III also met Shah of Persia who bestowed on him the title of 'Shamsul Humayun'- 'Star of Persia'
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Aga Khan III is awarded Star of Turkey - 1899

Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III was awarded the title of 'Star of Turkey' by the Turkish Government.
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Aga Khan III Honoured at Devonshire House and Landsdowne House - 1898

At Devonshire House and Landsdowne House, lavish parties were given in his honour. 'He wore pince-nez and twirled a neat black moustache which gave him an appearance more academic than military, but there was a sparkle in his conversation that titillated a London influenced by Wilde and Beardsley: remarks one of His Royal Highness's biographers
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