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S580212 SPEECH AT THE TAKHT NASHINI CEREMONY-1958-02-12

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Your Excellencies, Your Highness, Ladies and Gentlemen, My spiritual children

May I say how glad I am to be back in Dacca for the purpose of publicly celebrating my installation as forty-ninth Imam of the Shia Imami Ismailis.

S580130 SPEECH AT THE RECEPTION HOSTED BY THE KARACHI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION-1958-01-30

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Mr Chairman, Mr Commissioner, Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen

First let me say how honoured I feel by the reception you have given me this afternoon. I have been most moved by the kindness of your remarks today and by the warmth of this city's welcome to myself and my family throughout our stay in Karachi.

The city of Karachi, as you have observed, has some very special and very beloved associations for me. It has given me the greatest pleasure, therefore, to find the remarkable developments which have taken place since I was here in 1954.

S580129 SPEECH AT THE PAKISTAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS-1958-01-29

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Mr Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen

I would like to begin by expressing my very real appreciation of the honour you have shown me by inviting me to address you here this afternoon.

S580128 SPEECH AT THE DINNER HOSTED BY THE FEDERATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY-1958-01-28

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Mr Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen

I thank you for your kindness in inviting me to this function tonight and giving me an opportunity to meet the representatives of an important section of the business and industrial community of Karachi.

You have referred to the advice I gave on another occasion to the members of my own community to assist in the building of this country.

S580123 SPEECH AT THE TAKHT NASHINI CEREMONY-1958-01-23

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Mr. President, Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen

I have been most moved by the wonderful welcome I have received in Karachi. Everyone has been so kind, and for me this day will always remain a brilliant memory.

S571125 SPEECH AT THE DAR-ES-SALAAM CULTURAL SOCIETY-1957-11-25

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Mr President, Your Worship, Ladies and Gentlemen

I have been asked to speak to you about Harvard University and studies of the Middle East. This is a double-barrelled topic which would take many hours to exhaust, but I hope in my own small way to be able to point out how the research work done in today's most advanced universities has and, I believe, will continue to contribute to solving some of the area's thorniest problems.

S571116 SPEECH AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE EAST AFRICA MUSLIM WELFARE SOCIETY-1957-11-16

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Speeches, I, pp. 13-19

Mr President, Mr Provincial Commissioner, Sir Philip Mitchell, Ladies and Gentlemen, my Muslim Brothers

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the warm welcome you have given me. I shall never forget this wonderful stay in Mombasa; everyone has been so kind and good to me.

S571025 SPEECH AT THE TAKHT NASHINI CEREMONY-1957-10-25

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Your Excellencies, Your Highnesses, Your Worship, Ladies and Gentlemen, My spiritual children

I thank you most warmly for your kind addresses. I shall never forget the wonderful welcome I have had in Kampala, not only from my own people, but from all other communities that live here.

His Excellency, Sir Frederic Crawford and Lady Crawford have been most kind and hospitable, and I am sincerely grateful to them.

S571022 SPEECH AT THE TAKHT NASHINI CEREMONY-1957-10-22

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Your Excellencies, Your Highnesses, Your Worship, My Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen, My spiritual children

I am most grateful for your kind address. On behalf of the Ismaili community and myself, I would like to thank all those in Nairobi who have contributed to such a wonderful welcome here.

I have been very moved by everyone's kindness, especially by the hospitality given me by His Excellency the Governor and Lady Baring.

S571019 SPEECH AT THE TAKHT NASHINI CEREMONY-1957-10-19

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Paigham-e-Imamat

Your Excellencies, Your Highness, Your Worship, Ladies and Gentlemen, My spiritual children

I would like to begin this reply to your kind addresses by thanking the whole city of Dar-es-Salaam for the wonderful welcome given [to] me and the magnificent festivities which have marked this occasion.

On behalf of the community and myself, I would like to say a special word of thanks to His Excellency the Governor and to Lady Twining, to all their staff and specially to the police, who have looked after the huge crowds visiting the ceremony with such patience and cheerfulness.

S570804 Speech at Karachi, Pakistan-1957-08-04

It gives Me the greatest pleasure to be with you today on My first visit to Pakistan after having assumed My new responsibilities. I am deeply moved by the warmth of your welcome and I shall cherish the memory of your love and affection for Me on this My first visit.

Message sent by Prince Amyn Mohammed on the occasion of the Publication of Souvenir Book-1983-10-28

My Dear Captain,

On the occasion of the publication by H.S.H. Prince Aly S. Khan Garden Scouts Band of a souvenir marking the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the Band, I would like to send to all the members of the Garden Scouts Band My warmest congratulations and good wishes.

Prince Amyn Mohamed Aga Khan Speaking at Zamana Gallery-1989-01-26

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Africa Ismaili

On 26 January, 1989, Prince Amyn Mohammed, A Director of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, opened the most important exhibition of Islamic calligraphy to be seen in London for many years.

The exhibition at the Zamana Gallery was entitled : Islamic Calligraphy : Sacred and Secular Writings, and contained many rare and beautiful examples dating back over the past one thousand years, drawn from Spain, Egypt, Turkey, Iran, India and Africa and consisting of works sent by galleries and from private collections.

Prince Amyn Mohammed at the Ismailia Centre, London-1989-05-13

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Roshni

Prince Amyn Mohammed displays the silver trowel after placing the last brick at the "topping out" ceremony at the Ismaili Centre in London on 13th May 1982. As guest of honour at the ceremony held on the roof of the nearly completed Ismaili Centre in central London, Prince Amyn Mohammed said that the Centre has the "the difficult vocation of bridging East and West, of bringing together strong and brilliant cultures." Mr.

Speech at the Zamana Gallery-1989-01-26

Your Excellencies, Mr. Mayor, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen.

I am delighted to have been asked to open this exhibition on Islamic Calligraphy. Indeed, of all the Muslim art forms, calligraphy holds, perhaps, pride of place as the foremost and perhaps most characteristic of the modes of visual expression in Islam. From China to Canada and from Russia to South Africa, the widespread use of calligraphy still unites Muslims and visibly differentiates them from the adepts of other religions.

Speech by His Highness The Aga Khan At the Inauguration of the Restored Baltit Fort-1996-09-29

Your Excellency President Leghari, Honourable Ministers, Your Excellencies, Dear Guests

Speech by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Inauguration of the Stone Town Cultural Centre, Zanzibar-1997-03-16

Your Excellency President Mkapa
Your Excellency President Amour
Your Excellency the Chief Minister
Honourable Ministers
Excellencies
Distinguished Guests

Speech by Prince Amyn Mohammed at the Inauguration of the Zanzibar Serena Inn In the presence of Mowlana Hazar Imam-1997-03-15

Your Excellency President Benjamin William Mkapa
Your Excellency President Salmin Amour
Your Highness (glancing towards Hazar Imam)
Your Excellencies
Honorable Ministers
Distinguished Guests

As Chairman of Tourism Promotion Services Zanzibar, the owner of Zanzibar Serena Inn, it is both an honour and a pleasure to welcome you here today for the official opening of the fifth Serena property in the United Republic to begin operations within the past twelve months.

Speech by His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan At the official Opening of the Zanzibar Serena Inn-1997-03-15

Your Excellency President William Mkapa,
Your Excellency President Salmin Amour,
Honourable Ministers,
Your Excellencies,
Distinguished Guests

SPEECH BY HIS HIGHNESS THE AGA KHAN AT THE INAUGURATION OF THE NATION PRESS BUILDING, NAIROBI-1997-03-12

Your Excellency The President,
Your Excellency the Vice President,
Honorable Minister for Information,
Honorable Ministers,
Your Excellencies,
Mr. Chairman,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

The opening of an important new building is always a cause of celebration - and it is wonderful to know that so many people are celebrating this occasion with us.


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