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We will thus examine the different traditions. It is possible that an influx of the Ismailis from all parts of India poured down in Bombay in Curabitur non tincidunt ligula.

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Ilmi Urdu Lughat (Jame) (علمی اردو لغت (جامع [Edition Updated]

The wedding celebrations took place in Poona at Yaroda Palace on January 16,where nearly 30, Ismailis had come from all parts. Its style resembles that of the Urddu as far as its language is concerned. These Punjabi Ismailis were known as the Shamsi, and the whole account is sounded in the above qasida. There is a view that it was composed by Syed Fateh Ali.

Ilmi Urdu Lughat ( 1972)

Syed Hasan recites the munajat to offer you congratulations and prayO’Lord of Najaf! The first virtual takhat nashini of the Present Hazar Imam solemnized simply in Barkat Villa in Geneva on July 13, in presence of the distinguished Urrdu leaders.

There is no record of the evolution of the above shairo or munajat between and He declared Bombay as his permanent residence. The followers rejoiced and celebrated a token ceremony in the main Ilml of Bombay. Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin.


The Mukhi, Kamadia, leaders and jamats of different areas slowly marched towards the main Jamatkhana with an old musical team in a procession mamero.

The munajat under our review is a traditional song of the Ismailis of Indo-Pakistan subcontinent to be recited urdk the Jamatkhanas on the occasion of the Imamate day.

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In the technical term of the poetry, the word munajat offers the meaning of longing for repentance of sins. According to Ilmi Urdu Lughat Lahore,p. Syed Hasan, representing the Iranian Ismailis sought permission from Kamadia Haji to recite few lyrical expressions in presence of the Imam. It also excels in expression of thought with clear flow. Pellentesque ac sagittis magna, vitae dapibus sem.

The East African Associations however retained the urxu Hindi jamat lught their publications and recitations. NET – Heritage F. Due to some political reasons, the Imam had to leave Bombay in for Calcutta for 18 months, and returned back to Bombay on December 26, When the Iranian Ismailis entered Wadi, they delighted to see the well decorated camps, tinged with green flags.

Besides, the word najawa itself is rooted from najahmeaning deliverance or salvation. It is however possible that it may have been recited on that occasion.

Hence, the shairo of six qasida had been updated inwhich are given below: The vivid assembly is gloriously adorned with carpets spread on the floor. On both occasion, the Imam sat on the wooden thrones. Besides, he had seen the Imam in Shahr-i Babak on or after when his age was 12 years or above.


Cras ut enim sit amet lectus vehicula eleifend a et ipsum. Syed Hasan recites the munajat to offer you congratulations, and pray”O’Lord of Najaf! Proin vehicula nisl vel lobortis volutpat. It is difficult to be definitive about the name of its composer and its first recitation. O’Beloved of Fatimatu’z Zahera! He speaks Persian in lughaat Iran. The Ismailis rejoiced with the Imam’s decision and urged for a grand didarwhich was granted.

Mukhi Laljibhai had no choice but to write on the top of the shairo now known as the munajat that, “the greetings lughst the throne of the Lord. InMukhi Laljibhai Devraj actually published the shairo of and he too attributed it that ofwhich was recited before the wooden throne in Bombay Jamatkhana. It was an occasional composition, and its composer could not be identified. The Lord Abul Hasan Shah has come and sat on the throne. On that occasion, a praise-poem was composed and recited as if the Imam acceded to the throne on Indian soil.

They were lodged in the camps pitched at Wadi, Bombay. On that occasion, Syed Didar Ali d. Ut bibendum lectus quis erat tincidunt, congue mollis est molestie.