A short documentary on Ismailis of China

Filmmaker visits Tashkurgan and Baldir region of China and meets Tajik Ismailis celebrating Navroz.

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

6 thoughts

  1. Thank you! It is not the burial of a language, but the burial of a culture, with the hope of burying the religious affiliations. These are, in 2017, situations still prevalent in many parts of the world – sad, but true. As an Ismaili, it is comforting to know that these people, after several centuries, are able to maintain their faith beliefs – quite amazing. The challenge that I see for those of us who live in “free” countries – can we? Insha’Allah.


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