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IIS alumni, 2013 (various topics)

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  2013
Date Published  2013
Authors  Saleh, Ambreen
Original Publication  Alumni Association of the Institute of Ismaili Studies
Alternate Title  Reflections on Shah Faisal Mosque: A Tribute to God at the Foothills of the Himalayas
Issue  2013
Publisher  Alumni Association of the Institute of Ismaili Studies
Source  

Brief Review: A Fatimid Code of Conduct for the Imam’s Administrators, Karim H. Karim, Mc Gill Class of 1984
Cultural Connections, Dr Karim Gillani, GPISH Class of 2003Administrators
Reflections on the Al Sabah Collection, Museum of Fine Arts,Houston, Arif Sunesara, STEP Class of 2012
Reflections on Hagia Sophia,Istanbul, Shahnoz Valijonbekova and Sabira Virani - STEP Class of 2010

Key Words  Fatimid Code of Conduct; Cultural Connections; Al Sabah Collection; Museum of Fine Arts; Hagia Sophia
Abstract  

The Shah Faisal Mosque was completed in 1986 at a cost of approximately US $120 million. It was built
through the support of King Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia, and is named in his honour. It is one of
the largest mosques in South Asia, and has been host to dignitaries from around the world; many local people
from Islamabad also identify closely with the mosque and can be seen in the prayer hall and courtyards.


IIS alumni, 2013 (various topics)

The Shah Faisal Mosque was completed in 1986 at a cost of approximately US $120 million. It was built
through the support of King Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia, and is named in his honour. It is one of
the largest mosques in South Asia, and has been host to dignitaries from around the world; many local people
from Islamabad also identify closely with the mosque and can be seen in the prayer hall and courtyards.

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