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2007-07-11-GJ-Ceremony-06

2007-07-11-GJ-Ceremony-06

2007, July 11: Gouvieux, France - His Highness the Aga Khan addressing leaders of the Ismaili Muslim community who had come to pay homage on behalf of the community on the occasion of his Golden Jubilee.File size: 2.65MB / Photo credit: AKDN/Aziz Islamshah (2007)

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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

2007-07-11-GJ-Procession-04

2007-07-11-GJ-Procession-04

2007, July 11: Gouvieux, france - His Highness the Aga Khan accompanied by members of his family outside his residence, waiting to welcome leaders of the global Ismaili Muslim community. From Left to Right: Ilian Boyden, Sara Boyden, Prince Aly Muhammad, Princess Zahra, Prince Rahim, Prince Karim Aga Khan, Prince Amyn Muhammad, Prince Hussain, Princess Khaliya, Princess Aliya, Princess Yasmin
File size: 2.86MB / Photo credit: AKDN/Gary Otte (2007)

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www.theismaili.org
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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

2007-07-11-GJ-Procession-02

2007-07-11-GJ-Procession-02

2007, July 11: gouvieux, France - His Highness the Aga Khan wearing ceremonial robe outside his residence as he greets the leaders of the global Ismaili Muslim community.
File size: 2.11MB / Photo credit: AKDN/Gary Otte (2007)

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www.theismaili.org
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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

2007-07-11-Jubilee-Emblem

2007-07-11-Jubilee-Emblem

The Golden Jubilee Emblem

At the centre of the Emblem is the Imam's crest. The fifty crescents surrounding the Crest represent the half century of the spiritual leadership of Mawlana Hazar Imam. The outer ring embodies a verse from the Holy Qur'an (Surah 4, Ayat 1) rendered in calligraphy in the Fatimid Kufic script and reads as follows:


O mankind !
Be careful of your duty to your Lord
Who created you from a single soul
and from it created its mate
and from them twain hath spread abroad
a multiple of men and women

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www.theismaili.org
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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

PRINCESS ZAHRA'S HORSE MANDESHA WON AT LONGCHAMP - 2006-10-01

Zahra Aga Khan And Her Filly Mandesha

Paris, France: Princess Zahra's horse Mandesha won at Longchamp. HH Aga Khan attended with His daughter Zahra, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at the Hippodrome de Longchamp. Winning owner Princess Zahra Khan said, 'The Arc is a dream which will carry on to next year.' Winning breeder the Aga Khan said, 'We opted for the Opera instead of the Arc when we decided she would stay in training and besides three-year-old fillies don't have a good record in the race.'

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT UNESCO</I> - 2005-04-05

His Highness the Aga Khan speaks with Seyed Mohammad Khatami, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the International Con

His Highness the Aga Khan attends the International Conference on the Dialogue among Civilisations, Cultures and Peoples at the UNESCO, Paris. The Conference in Paris was attended by more than 300 participants. According to the Quotidien Le Soleil of Senegal the Aga Khan was among the attendees.

AGA KHAN STUDS BUYS LAGARDERE FAMILY'S RACING, BREEDING OPERATIONS</I> - 2005-03-15

Amyn Aga Khan 'Arnaud Lagardere' 'Karim Aga Khan' 82nd Grand Prix of the 'Arc De Triomphe' at the racecourse of Longchamp

The Aga Khan Studs has purchased the Lagardere family
The Aga Khan, one of Europe's leading breeders and owners, has purchased the Lagardere family's entire bloodstock operation, according to the Racing Post. The acquisition from the family of the late Jean Luc Lagardere includes 188 horses and French farms Haras d'Ouilly and Haras du Val Henry, the latter housing the leading stallion Linamix.
The Lagardere horses includes 62 broodmares and 74 horses in training, all of which will remain in France.

AGA KHAN AT THE 1ST WORLD MOUNTAIN FORUM - 2000-08-01

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Attended the 1st World Mountain Forum held in Chambery, France. After the opening session which took place in Unesco headquarters Paris under the high patronage of the President of the French Republic, Jacques Chirac, the forum was held in the city of Chambery situated in the heart of the French Alps, creating a pioneer event. Prince Karim Aga Khan gave a well noticed speech with reference to the type of education and development that can be implemented in mountainous areas through NGOs work quoting the examples of Pakistan and Tajikistan.

2000-06-05-hiparis2-Prince Karim Aga Khan

2000-06-05-hiparis2-Prince Karim Aga Khan
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-22-oh0145s51

2001-06-22-oh0145s51
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-22-chantil1

2001-06-22-chantil1
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-22-oh0145s53

2001-06-22-oh0145s53
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-22-oh0145s52

2001-06-22-oh0145s52
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-prince01

2001-06-21-prince01
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-CHANTIL2

2001-06-21-CHANTIL2
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-smallbegum2

2001-06-21-smallbegum2
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-begumi03

2001-06-21-begumi03
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-begumi01

2001-06-21-begumi01
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Heritage Society Collection

2001-06-21-chantil1

2001-06-21-chantil1
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Heritage Society Collection


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