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Speech at the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. 1962-09-22

Source: 
SPEECHES BOOK II – PG 98 - 99

On 22nd September 1962 at Calcutta (India) an address of welcome was presented to Mowlana Hazar Imam Shah Karim Al-Hussaini Aga Khan by Shri Keshab Chandra Basu, the speaker of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

Speech at the All Nations Club of Calcutta (India) Dinner 1962-09-22

Source: 
SPEECHES BOOK II – PG 96 - 97

All Nations Club of Calcutta (India) gave a Dinner in Honour of His Royal Highness Prince Karim Al Hussaini Aga Khan on 22nd of September 1962.

His Excellency Shri Shanker Das Banarji, the Finance Minister of West Bengal (India) welcoming His Royal Highness, paid glowing tributes and said, “Your position, therefore, is that of a world citizen, who can make a large contribution towards creating goodwill among men, understanding and co-operation among nations.

His Royal Highness in his reply said, :

“Your Excellency, Ladies and Gentlemen:

Sultan Muhammad Shah

Sultan Muhammad Shah

His Highness the Aga Khan led the prayers at Calcutta, India, where he spent a few days. When he is weighed in diamonds, the proceeds will be handed over to charity. An autographed study of the Aga Khan, seen with his wife the Begum, in Calcutta, India, on Dec. 13, 1945. (AP Photo)

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www.postbulletin.com

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M. Hassanally

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M. Hassanally

The Telegraph - DEVELOPMENT CREDIT BANK HEADS FOR STAKE REJIG - 2003-05-23

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www.telegraphindia.com/1030524/asp/business/story_2000455.asp The Telegraph

Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED)

Nakhoda Masjid: A magical blend of form and aesthetics to create volume and space - RESTORE PROP FOR MUSLIM ARCHITECTURE - 2003-05-29

Source: 
www.telegraphindia.com/1030529/asp/calcutta/story_2013840.asp

The majestic form and prominence of Nakhoda Masjid, in the din and bustle of central Calcutta, the remarkable mosque of Prince Ghulam Mohammad in Tollygunge, or the intricate stucco work and surface decoration on Nawab Wajid Ali Shah's tomb in Metiabruz.


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