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Art

Mehraaj

Mehraaj

1550 CE Persian miniature painting, depicting the Prophet Muhammad ascending on the Burak into the Heavens, a journey known as the Miraj

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Standard (alam), Iran, 16th century: Made of steel, standards usually decorated bowls used as drinking vessels or food containers for wandering ascetics. This pear-shaped standard contains an inscription which can be read from different angles. The text from top to bottom says: “Ya Allah, ya Muhammad, ya ‘Ali” (“O God, O Muhammad, O Ali).

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A portrait of Sultan Selim shows him as larger than life, in a luxurious fur-lined and gold garment.

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Navroz Mubarak

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1935 Golden Jubilee Coin

1935 Golden Jubilee Coin

Commemorative coin of Sultan Mohamed Shah's Golden Jubilee in 1935
With an imprint of the Taj, the Imamate Crest.

Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

1935 Golden Jubilee Coin

1935 Golden Jubilee Coin

Commemorative coin of Sultan Mohamed Shah's Golden Jubilee in 1935.
Text" His Highness The Aga Khan's Imamate Golden Jubile 1885-1935"

Source: 
Heritage Society Image Collection

My Flag

My Flag

The name "My Flag" had been applied by the Imam himself in his message to the Khadak Jamatkhana, Bombay on June 27, 1927.

Source: 
Book: Ismaili flag - It's Origin & Importance


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