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Mowlana Sultan Muhammed Shah

Sultan Muhammad Shah

Sultan Muhammad Shah

H.H. The Aga Khan with Begum Andree Caron (mother of Prince Sadruddin) attending the coronation of King George the Sixth at Westminster Abbey, London on 1937-05-12

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alamy.com

Promote Research in Science

Promote Research in Science

His Highness Aga Khan III urges establishment of a Scientific, Industrial and Technical Research Institute in India at Aligarh University 10th March, 1946

Source: 
Times of India

Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan

Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan

Our 48th Holy Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan circa 1923

Sir Aga Khan’s contribution in the Pakistan Movement 1906-1947

Aga Khan III.jpg
Source: 
pakobserver.net

High Highness Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah, Aga Khan III GCSI GCMG GCIE GCVO PC was the 48th Imam of Ismaili Shia Muslims. He was the first President of the All-India Muslim League. He was born in Karachi on 2 November 1877, but passed away in Versoix, Switzerland on 11 July 1957. After Sir Syed Khan, he played a leading role not only in strengthening the political role of the Muslims of the Indo-Pak subcontinent, the cause of Aligarh Muslim University but the Pakistan Movement also.

The Aga Khan Phantom IV is ranked second of Final three Phantoms announced for ‘The Great Eight Phantoms' expo

Rolls-Royce Phantom IV owned by Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III
Source: 
bitcommunity.com

Rolls-Royce has announced the final three great Phantoms that will join the ‘The Great Eight Phantoms' exhibition which will coincide with the unveiling of the next generation Phantom.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Phantom VI State Limousine

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has assented to her Phantom VI State Limousine being present at ‘The Great Eight Phantoms’ – A Rolls-Royce Exhibition. 

In 1977, to mark her Silver Jubilee, the UK's Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders gifted Her Majesty a new official State Limousine, a custom-built Phantom VI. 

Aga Khan III's Rolls-Royce - Collector Classics: History of Rolls-Royce gathered under one roof

The Aga Khan Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah's Phantom IV
Source: 
driving.ca

The Aga Khan’s Phantom IV that is part of the exhibit was ordered by the leader of the Nizari Ismaili Muslim community. He was among 18 heads of state to commission a Rolls-Royce Phantom IV. The Sedanca de Ville-styled luxury car that took two years to build features a sumptuous red Connolly leather interior, an adjustable mirror, concealed silver brush, comb and compact – all engraved with the Aga Khan’s royal crest, which was also to be seen on the doors – as well as a built-in dictaphone and a picnic set.

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Succession From Aga Khan III to Aga Khan IV - 1957-07-11

Collection of News clippings from the historic time of the succession of the Aga Khan II to the Aga Khan IV.

The Beloved Imam of the Ismailis, Mowlana Sultan Mohamed Shah Passed away on July 11th, 1957. He appointed his grandson Mowlana Shah Karim Al-Hussayni age 20 to succed him as Imam and Pir of all the ismailis of the world.

The historic time of transition had articles mourning Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, speculating who the next Imam will be, and covering the funeral and release of the will.

Birthday of our 48th Holy Imam Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah

Birthday of our 48th Holy Imam Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah

In commemoration of the birthday of our 48th Holy Imam Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah 1877-11-02

138th birth anniversary: Sir Aga Khan III: a visionary Muslim leader 2015-11-02

Sir Sultan Mohammed Shah Aga Khan
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The Express Tribune with the International New York Times Pakistan

November 2 marks the birth anniversary of Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, one of the Muslim world’s most visionary and influential leaders.

A tireless advocate for Muslims on the world stage, Aga Khan III was also a champion of women’s rights, education, healthcare and social development. With a modernist view that was nevertheless deeply rooted in the concepts of Islam, he strove to help Muslims build social capital to enable both political rehabilitation and a better quality of life.

Ismaili community marks Sir Aga Khan III's birth anniversary today 2014-11-02

Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III
Source: 
Business Recorder Pakistan

Birth anniversary of Sir Sultan Mohammed Shah Aga Khan III, the 48th hereditary Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims is being observed on Sunday (today). Sir Aga Khan III was born in Karachi in 1877 and dedicated his entire life to the cause of Islam. He will always be remembered as one of the most distinguished and well-reputed leaders and diplomats during Pakistan's freedom movement.

Mowlana Sultan Muhammed Shah: The Devoted Champion Of Islam

When "The Times", London, made some unfair allegations against Islam and the Muslims in a leading article in October 1951, Mowlana Sultan Muhammed Shah sent a spirited reply to the newspaper, which was published in its 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 survived and kept all their doctrines during the thousand years of Muslim rule.

Mowlana Sultan Muhammed Shah: The Devoted Champion Of Islam

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  Submitted
Authors  Anonymous
Original Publication  Read and Know
Volume  Vol.I
Issue  No.7
Publisher  Shia Ismaili Association for Tanzania
Key Words  Champion; Sultan; Muhammad; Times


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