Next month the Ismaili Centre, Toronto, the Aga Khan Museum and their Park are expected to be officially opened. In anticipation of this landmark event, NanoWisdoms is pleased to launch The Road to Toronto. Each week we’ll focus on a different aspect of this multi-faceted institution, starting this week with the spiritual and the Ismaili Centre.

When opened, the Ismaili Centre, Toronto will be the sixth such Centre (click on the image, or here, to view the graphic), with more planned for Houston, Los Angeles and Paris. To help better understand the Ismaili Centres, we present “His Highness the Aga Khan explains the vision and rationale behind the Ismaili Centres.”

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Other instalments in the Road to Toronto series

The Road to Toronto (Intellectual): The vision and rationale behind the Aga Khan Museum

The Road to Toronto (Societal): The vision and rationale behind the Aga Khan’s passion for parks and gardens Museum

The Road to Toronto (Collaborative): The vision and rationale behind the Aga Khan Museum’s pre-launch exhibitions

Credits

Images, pursuant to 2012 Canadian Statute, Bill C-11, Section 29.21:
London: WikiPedia; Burnaby: Mohib Ebrahim; Lisbon: capturedvibes.blogspot.ca; Dubai: Muslim Harji via simerg.com; Dushanbe: FNDA Architecture Inc. via simergphotos.com; Toronto: Imara Wynford Drive via urbantoronto.ca

The Road to Toronto Credits:
Concept & Research by: Azeem Maherali
Design & Published by: NanoWisdoms Archive

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