Urdu afsana of Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi is considered next to Munshi Prem Chand in its portrayal of rural culture. He has depicted the local life of many characters in rural areas and has presented nostalgic emotions of many people. Sifarish presents many heart-punching messages through an innocent character named Feeka. Fair warning, if you're not careful, you'll find a reflection in Feeka that may begin to look familiar.
Do you know what each pearl represents in Jalal-al-Din Rumi's story of Adam and the three pearls? Alwaeza Dr. Afroza Nanji, in conversation with two guest speakers, explores the pearl of intellect through a beautiful piece from the Aga Khan Museum and delves into the works of Nasir Khusraw.
AKEB UAE Ethics and Spirituality in Early Years with Dr. Almina Pardhan, Assistant Professor at Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development.
Taking a deeper dive into the understanding of mental health, physical health, and spiritual health and how are they related by Kamaluddin Ali Mohammad.
Join ITREB India for Saaptahik Sandesh explores the root of the word Barakah and reminds us of the importance of gratitude in our everyday lives.
Hope Springs Eternal is an inspirational and educational program that explores the meaning and history of Navroz, touching on the diverse ways in which the festival is celebrated in different parts of the world and the significance of the Haft Seen and rozi. The show focuses on messages of rebirth, rejuvenation, and hope for the future, particularly as we can begin to imagine our lives beyond the pandemic. It incorporates verses of the Qur’an, quotes from Mawlana Hazar Imam, and devotional poetry from the Persian, Arabic, and South Asian traditions.
Join ITREB India this evening for an informative seminar on the meaning and significance of Mi'raj. The festival of Mi‘raj signifies the ascent to heaven by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). However, esoteric interpretations of Islam tend to emphasise the spiritual significance of Mi‘raj. Today's seminar focuses on the esoteric significance, discussing Mi'raj as a symbol of the journey of the soul, and the human potential to rise above the trappings of material life – through prayer, piety, and discipline.
Yaum‐e-Ali, Day of Ali, commemorates the birthday of Hazrat Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and who is the first Imam, in accordance with the Shia tradition of Islam. We celebrate this day with a talk with our scholars, discussing the life of Hazrat Ali.
Alwaeza Parinda Chagani discusses the concept of love based on the Qur’an-e Shariff and Hadiths and shares heartwarming stories that speak to the depth of the love between the Imam and the Murid.
Delivered in a mix of Gujarati, Kutchi, and English by Alwaez Karim Dewji, this session discusses the various stages of grief, as well as the psychological and social aspects experienced by the bereaved. He also explores faith-based perspectives of life and death and suggests possible coping mechanisms in the current environment.

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