Today in Ismaili History
|Wednesday, 2014, February 19||Text of conversation between H.H. The Aga Khan and Christina Paxson the President of Brown University at Ogden Hall 2014-02-19||
TEXT OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN HIS HIGHNESS THE AGA KHAN AND CHRISTINA PAXSON THE PRESIDENT OF BROWN UNIVERSITY AT OGDEN HALL
Christina Paxson: Your Highness, thank you so much for a wonderful talk. And it’s just such a privilege to have you back at Brown again, and with your family and your colleagues and it’s just a real privilege. So thank you very much.
His Highness the Aga Khan: Thank you, President.
|Wednesday, 2014, February 19||Aga Khan and Jim Yong Kim will deliver Ogden Memorial Lectures 2014-02-19||
Video available on http://www.youtube.com/embed/vSvXca3OiZo
This year, as a part of Brown’s 250th Anniversary opening weekend, His Highness the Aga Khan and World Bank Leader Jim Yong Kim ’82 will deliver the Stephen A. Ogden Jr. ’60 Memorial Lectures on International Affairs.
|Thursday, 2009, February 19||Princess Zahra At Aga Khan Hospital, Tanzania - 2009-02-19||
Princess Zahra Met with the Staff at Aga Khan Hospital, Dar-Es-Salaam
|Tuesday, 2002, February 19||AN INTERVIEW WITH THE AGA KHAN - 2002-02-19|| |
On the occasion of the 2001 Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Robert Ivy talked with His Highness the Aga Khan about the architectural, social, and environmental issues facing Islam today. The following interview was conducted at Aiglemont, France, on August 31. Due to the events of September 11, the interview has recently been updated. An abbreviated version of this interview appears in the February, 2002 issue of RECORD.
|Thursday, 1959, February 19||Aga Khan III - Final Burial Ceremony at Aswan in the Mausoleum - 1959-02-19|| |
On 19 February 1959, the 48th Imam was finally laid to rest in the mausoleum which had taken over 18 months to construct.
|Friday, 1932, February 19||Aga Khan III Event - 1932-02-19|| |
February 19, 1932 - Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah, Aga Khan III addressed the Disarmament Conference at Geneva, Switzerland in his capacity as Delegate of India to the League of Nations at the fourteenth meeting. He said, 'The basis of all security is a foreign policy rooted in mutual goodwill and cooperation; a foreign policy in which no country covets its neighbour's possessions or seeks to infringe its moral and spiritual rights.'