Exhibition ‘RAYS OF LIGHT: Glimpses into the Ismaili Imamat’ opens in Australia

RAYS OF LIGHT set to open in Australia before travelling to New Zealand
Members of the Melbourne Jamat read about opportunities to volunteer when the RAYS OF LIGHT exhibition arrives in their city next month. TheIsmaili.org

Australia plays host to RAYS OF LIGHT: Glimpses into the Ismaili Imamat. Opening first in Sydney, the photographic exhibition will travel to centres across the country in November and December, and on to New Zealand in the new year.

The Golden Jubilee International Programme, depicts the first 50 years of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Imamat.

For Ismailis in both countries, the exhibition promises to be enlightening and inspiring.

Ismaili Muslims first arrived in Sydney in the early 1970s. In Australia and New Zealand, they found countries of opportunity that offered a better future, and to which they could in turn contribute. During the past two decades, Ismaili families from East Africa, South Asia and more recently Central Asia have settled in Australia and New Zealand, expanding the population and diversity of the Jamat in the region.

http://www.theismaili.org/news-events/rays-light-set-open-australia-travelling-new-zealand

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