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Event - 1982-09-02

Institute of Ismaili Studies. Hazar Imam visited the Board of Governors of the Institute of Ismaili Studies and later conferred with the Faculty and met the staff and students of the Institute. He was particularly pleased with the progress that the library had made since Sept. 1st, 1979 when He last saw it. The present holdings of the library total approximately 100,000 volumes and 1,000 manuscripts; the latter mainly in Arabic, Persian and Khojki

Event - 1981-09-02

Mowlana Hazar Imam visited the Institute of Ismaili Studies where he chaired a meeting of the Board of Governors, met with the Faculty and met the staff and students.

Event - 1981-03-01

Mowlana Hazar Imam and the Noorani Family visited Kenya, went for a Safari there..

Event - 1981-03-06

Mowlana Hazar Imam visited the Jamat in the Parklands complex with the Noorani Family.

Event - 1981-03-07

Mowlana Hazar Imam and the Noorani Family visited Mombasa. In Kisumu, Mayor Ezra Gumbe conferred the Honorary Citizenship of the Town on His Highness.

Event - 1981-03-16-A

Hazar Imam said during his visit to the Aga Khan Primary School, Kisumu that; ' teaching is a profession which has not received the credit, the admiration, the respect which it should receive ' (click here)

Event - 1981-03-16

Hazar Imam wrote in the Guest Book of Aga Khan Medical Centre, Kisumu; 'It has been a great pleasure to visit this fine institution '

Event - 1980-07-03

Mowlana Hazar Imam visited the Paris Jamat. Jamats from France, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy and Spain gathered at Porte de Versailles on Thursday, July 3rd. On Saturday July 5th the Jamat gathered again for Holy Deedar.

Event - 1980-10-21

Mowlana Hazar Imam, Begum Salimah and Prince Amyn visited Pakistan. They arrived in Lahore and were met by government officials of Punjab.

Event - 1980-10-24

Mowlana Hazar Imam visited the Jamat gathered in Lahore. In the afternoon, Hazar Imam and Princess Salimah attended a civic reception hosted by the Mayor and citizens of Lahore at the Bagh-e-Jinnah. The Mayor, Mian Shuja-ur-Rahman, presented Prince Karim Aga Khan with the Honorary Citizenship of Lahore as well as the Key of Lahore. 'Last night the Shalimar Gardens smiled' said Hazar Imam.

Event - 1980-10-26

Mowlana Hazar Imam visited the Jamat of Karachi.

Event - 1980-10-26-B

Begum Salimah visited Sultan Mohammed Shah Aga Khan Schools, Karachi.

Event - 1981-02-14

Hazar Imam visited Pakistan.

Event - 1979-10-22

Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Salimah visited Ivory Coast where he had long discussions with President Houphouet Boigny at Yamasoukro. Discussions of economic matters with various Ministers took place before meeting with Ismaili Community in Abidjan. Hazar Imam has several industrial projects in Ivory Coast such as FILTISAL, SIPACCI and I.P.S. according to the 'Fraternite Matin' newspaper.

Event - 1979-10-24

Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Salimah visited Bangladesh. Several Cabinet Ministers called on Mowlana Hazar Imam during the stay.

Event - 1979-10-30

Prof. Shamsh ul Haque, the Foreign Minister, hosted a lunch in honour of their Highnesses. They visited the Jamat at Karimabad and attended a dinner hosted by President and Begum Zia-ur-Rahman.

Event - 1979-10-31

Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Salimah arrived in Melbourne, Australia, as special guests of the Victoria Racing Club for the Spring Carnival. Hazar Imam had requested that time be made available for Him and Begum Salimah to be able to visit the Jamat.

Event - 1980-03-26

During her visit to India, Begum Salimah gave a speech to the All-India Women's Conference in New Delhi held in the 'Aga Khan Hall' of the newly inaugurated building opened by Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India. Hazar Imam was the Guest of Honour. (click here)

Event - 1979-09-01

Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Salimah visited the United Kingdom Jamat.

Event - 1978-01-22

Visited Methan.


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