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Negotiating the Racial Boundaries of Khōjā Caste Membership in Late Nineteenth-Century Colonial Zanzibar (1878–1899)

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  2014
Date Published  2014
Authors  Akhtar, Iqbal
Original Publication  Journal of Africana Religions, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2014), pp. 297-316
Publisher  Penn State University Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jafrireli.2.3.0297 .
Source  

Florida International University

Key Words  chotara; jotawa; Khōjā; Zanzibar; Ismaili; Ithnā ʿAsharī; Aga Khan; firman; jamat

Hazar Imam grants Deedar to Jamat at Aga Khan Museum, Toronto 2016-05-18

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Hazar Imam walked over to where many Jamati members were waiting patiently outside the Aga Khan Museum in the afternoon of Wednesday May 18, 2016. The Ismailis there were showered with Noorani and Zaheri Didar of the Holy Imam.

Prince Amyn also accompanied Hazar Imam during this mulaqat with the Jamat

0706-GARDEN OF JAMAT - 1985

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0675-AAP JAMAT KO DEKH KER MEIN BAHOT KHUSH HUVAA -

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0649-JAMAT - 2004

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0493-GHAT JAMAT (ENG) - 2001

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0419-STANDARD OF JAMAT -

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Kharadhar - Oldest Jamat in Karachi

KARACHI, the biggest city of Pakistan is the Alexander’s haven, the Liverpool of Sub-continent or the Croydon of the East. It is the only city in the world, which became known over thirty times. Crochey, Krotchey Bay, Carnjee, Koratchey, Currachee, Kurrachee and Karachi are its notable appellations, the last however being an official according to The Imperial Gazetteer of India. When Iran did the Greeks under Alexander conquer in the 4th century B.C., the whole Sind came under his supremacy.


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