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  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #147

    14/15th Centurey. One of the 19 children of Pir HK. Buried in Multan.

    14/15e S. Un des 19 enfants de Pir HK. Enterré à Multan.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #433

    Donner. (Sami alé soso war)

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #148

    Son of Pir Mehrab Beg*. Named by Imam Hassanali. Died after a few years of Piratan.His brother Sayyed Ali Ashgar Beg became PIR after Ali Akbar Bed died. See ginans 298, 513.

    Fils de Pir Mehrab Beg*. Nommé par l'Imam Hassanali. Mourut après qq. années de Piratan et fut suivi de son frère Seyyed Ali Ashgar Beg. V. g. 298, 513.

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    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #149

    Fils de Pir Mehrab Beg et frère de Pir Ali Akbar Beg. Dernier de la lignée des Pir descendants de Pir Hayder Ali.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #393

    (429/1037-483/1080 or 410/1020-459/1067) Dai and founder of the Ismaili Sulayhide dynasty which ruled Yemen from 1037 to 1139. For detailed English text on ALI B. MUHAMMAD AL-SULAHI click here

    (429/1037-483/1080) (ou 410/1020-459/1067?) Dai et fondateur de la dynastie ismaélienne sulayhide qui régna au Yémen de 1037 à 1139.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "Ali, the son of Abu Talib and the cousin of the Prophet was born on Friday, the 13th Rajab in the 28th year of A'am al-fil (the year of elephants) or 600 A.D. inside Kaba in Mecca. He was brought up under the subtle care and affection of the Prophet. Ali himself cherished the memory of his childhood by saying: "The Prophet brought me up in his own arms and fed me with his own morsel. I followed him, wherever he went, like a baby-camel which follows its mother.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #150

    (9th Century) Converted at the same time as Ibn Hawshab* by Imam Raziyuddin Abdullah, who sent them both as missionaries to Yemen in 268/882.

    (9è S). Converti en même temps que Ibn Hawshab* par l'Imam Raziyuddin Abdullah qui les envoya tous deux comme missionaires au Yémen en 268/882.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #1000

    V. ASaL DU'A de Pir Sadardin qui donne 77 PATRa (Noms).

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #163

    (600-661 A.D.) Imam in 619. Born in the Kabba, son of Imam Abu Talib* and Fatima b. Asad*. Married Fatima and had 4 children, including Om Kulsum and Zainab. He married 9 other women after Fatima and had 14 sons and 19 daughters. The Imamat was declared by Divine Order at Gadir-e-Khum.

    (600-661 A.D.) Imam en 619. Né dans la Kaaba. Fils de l'Imam Abou Talib* et Fatima b. Asad*. Epousa Fatima qui eut 4 enfants dont Um Kulsum et Zainab. Il épousa 9 femmes après Fatima, 14 fils et 19 filles. Imamat déclaré à Gadir è Khum sur Ordre Divin. Fit gagner la bataille de Khayber* en 629. Protégea le Prophète Dans toutes les batailles: Honayn, Ohod, Badr etc. Contre Aisha (Jamal) et Muawiya (Siffin). Etait secret avec tous les Prophètes. Assasiné par Muljim a Kufa.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    The descendants of Ali bin Abu Talib, not by Fatima, but from other wives, are known as the Alids (Alawi). He had 18 sons, but 14 sons according to Tabari, and 11 sons according to Masudi. His sons were as follows:- By Fatima, Hasan, Hussain and Muhsin, by Khawla Muhammad, known as Ibn al-Hanafiya, by Umm al-Banin, Abbas, Abdullah, Uthman and Jafar, by al-Sahba, Umar, by Layla bint Masud, Abu Bakr, Abdur Rehman, Ubaidullah, by Asma bin Umays, Yahya, Awn and Muhammad, by Umam bin Abil A'asm Muhammad, and by other mothers, Jafar, Abbas, Umar, Uthman, Muhammad.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah made his debut as an educational reformer, and visited The Mohammadan Anglo Oriental College in Aligarh (high fort), about 79 miles south-east of Delhi, on November 22, 1896 and had a productive meeting with Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898), who was a great educationist and socialist. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan had founded the Aligarh College on November 1, 1875, and was the vice-President of the College Fund Committee as well as its Honorary Secretary. Willi Frischauer also writes in The Aga Khans (London, 1970, pp.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "The term lakab (pl. alkab) was also termed nabaz (pl. anbaz), and by form labaz, and later on it became lakab. The ancient Arabs excelled in inventing nasty alkab for their enemies, but the Koran (49:11) forbade them not to use pejorative sobriquets: "Do not scoff at each other or give each other derisory nicknames" (wala talmizu anfusakum wala tanabazu bi 'l-alkab).

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin
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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "The year 1324/1906 marks the cleavage and culmination of Muslim politics in the subcontinent, when Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah led the Muslim delegation and met Lord Minto (1845-1914), the Viceroy of India from 1905, at Simla to demand the political rights of the Muslims of India. The deputation to the Viceroy consisted of the most influential leaders, such as Mohsin al-Mulk, Hakim Ajmal Khan, Sir Ali Imam, Sir Muzammallah Khan, Sir Rafiquddin Ahmad, Sir Muhammad Shafi, Sir Abdul Rahim, Sir Salimullah, Justice Shah Din, etc.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #16

    God the Creator, Bhrama, focal point of all the Attributes. Aql-i Qul*, Light, Noor*, explanation in Sura al Noor. Allah was also the name of the "head" idol in Mecca during pre-islamic time.

    Dieu créateur, Brahma, point focal de tous les Attributs, Aql-i Qul*. Lumière, Noor*, Surat al-Noor, également nom de l'idole chef dans la Mecque pré-islamique.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    Allah is the proper or personal name (ism dhat) of the Divine Being, as distinguished from all other names which are called asma' al-sifat or names denoting attributes. The word Allah occurs 2702 times in the Koran, such as Allahu 980 times, Allaha 592 times, Allahi 1125 times and Allahumma 5 times. It is also known as the greatest name of God (ism a'zam).

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    In Sindhi and Kutchhi, Allah Tohar or Allah Toahar means with the help of God or reliance on God. It was a common phrase the scribes wrote in the beginning of the manuscripts of the ginans in Indo-Pakistan subcontinent.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "Prince Aly Salomone Khan, the son of Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah was born at Turin in Italy on June 13, 1911. Because he was a delicate child, his father decided against sending him to experience the rigours of an English boarding school. He was entrusted to the care of a private tutor, Mr. C.M. Waddington, the former Principal of Mayo College for the sons of Princes in India. He finished his education at Lincoln's Inn, London, though he was not called to the bar. He was fluent in a number of European and Oriental languages.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #875

    L'éthique du Dépôt confié. Coran 33:72, 8:27, 4:61. Confiance. Fiducie. v. Corbin "Philos. Isl." p. 60-61.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #443

    Ordre, commandement, Farman*. V. AMR.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #444

    Nyaz, Ism-é-Azam, eau bénite. aMI ZaRNA = nom d'un livre de Farmans en Gujerati classés par sujets.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #445

    Name of a Farman Book - see. ami - Nyaz

    Nom d'un livre de Farmans. V. aMI. ou Nyaz

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #169

    (6th Century) Wife of Abdallah ibn Abdul Muttalib* and mother of Prophet Mohamed.

    (6e S). Epouse de Abdallah ibn Abdul Muttalib* et mère du Prophète Mohamed.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #170

    (83AH/702 - 148AH/765) Imam Jaffar Sadiq, son of Imam al-Baqir. Pir during the Imamat of his father. His grand-son Nooruddin succeeded him on the trone of Piratan during the Imamat of Mowlana Mohmmad bin Ismail.*

    (83AH/702 - 148AH/765). Imam Jaffar Sadiq fils de Imam al-Baqir. Pir pendant l'Imamat de son père. Son petit-fils Nooruddin (Imam Moh'd b. Ismail* lui succeda.)

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    The word umra is the plural of amir means chiefs, thus amir al-umra means chief of the chiefs. It was a title created by the Safavid ruler, Shah Ismail (d. 930/1524). Imam Abuzar Ali (d. 915/1509) married to Sabira Khatoon, the daughter of Shah Ismail, and he was granted the title of amir al-umra. Imam Murad Mirza (d. 920/1514) was also invested the same title.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #17

    (Arabe: Ordre, commandement, autorité), ISM*, Source du 1er Intellect, Lumière de l'Imam, Volonté divine, Verbe. Amri - Minkum, Coran IV/59

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    "The word amr means authority, occurring 89 times in the Koran, which explains the meaning of authority (amr) in stage-wise. At first, it insists that the authority of giving decision is the sole prerogative of God: "The authority rests with none but God. He commands you not to surrender to anyone else than Him. This is right way" (12:40) and "Beware!

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #446

    Paradis.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #1008

    De AMaR = éternel. Paradis.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #447

    Bon, go

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    Prince Amyn Muhammad, the younger brother of the Present Imam was born on September 12, 1937 in Geneva. His mother Princess Tajudawla (d. April 26, 1997) was the daughter of Lord Churston and the 7th Duke of Leinslter, the descendant of King Edward III of Great Britain. The early days of his infancy with his elder brother, were spent in Europe under the care of his parents and the personal supervision of Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah. During the second world war, he with his brother, accompanied his mother to the trip of Nairobi, where they stayed for four year.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #172

    A village in India which was visited by Pir Shams. This village is mentioned in Garbi 1/2 and g. 618.

    Village de l'Inde visité par Pir Shams et mentionné dans garbi#I/2 et g. 618.

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #269

    Village built by the Khojas on land given by the Nawab of Junagadh to Vazir Ismail Gangji in return for his honesty.

    Village construit par les Khojas sur la terre donnée par le Nawab de Junagadh à

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #448

    Infini, illimité, sans compte, innombrable.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #451

    Douter.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #452

    Exceptionnel.

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin
  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #434

    Ici.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #497

    Yeux, vision. Nirinjan=hors de la Vision. s'emploie pour qualifier Dieu.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #498

    De AnKh=yeux. Forme poetique de "yeux". V. Nirinjan

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #450

    Quarant-huit (48).

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin

    The word ansar (pl. of nasir) means

  • Name
    Heritage Dictionary of ismailism, entry #891

    Wife of Atrimuni*. She had 2 children: Datrâtéy* and Dourwâsâni*

    Femme de Atrimouni*. Elle eut deux enfants: Datrâtéy* et Dourwâsâni*

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #455

    Dernier moment, la fin.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #454

    Intérieur, essence, réalité intérieure. g. 298

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #453

    Intérieur.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #435

    Ego.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #449

    V. aNanT.

  • Noun
    Heritage Dictionary of Ismailism, entry #456

    Donner (verbe APWOUN), soi-même (APE outhi né shah né bésanr dijé)

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    Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin
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