Event: Youth Edition Qasida and Ginan Mehfil Hosted by Ginanguru Featuring Talented Global Ismailis

Ginanguru.com is hosting a special “Youth Edition” Qasida & Ginan Mehfil on Sunday,
November 15th, 2020

This 5th episode (click here to watch previous 4 episodes) will feature video recitations by talented Ismaili youth from all over the world. Whether it’s a young boy from the mountains of Gilgit, Pakistan, or two sisters from the vibrant city of Hong Kong, what brings these youth together is their love for Hazar Imam and their passion for reciting Qasidas & Ginans.

As always, the video presentation will be supplemented with on-screen text and translations of a new set of Ginans and Qasidas so viewers are able to follow along, sing along, and understand the meanings from the comfort of their homes.

Ali Jan S. Damani, a very young Ginan scholar and researcher from Karachi, Pakistan, will give a brief and inspiring presentation of his research on a little-studied and unpublished Ginan Granth called Manhar.

The presentation will be LIVE on YouTube and Facebook:

YouTube: https://youtu.be/tm1WY78jo5o

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ginanguru313

Facebook Event Page: https://fb.me/e/41PHgGtE2

Date: November 15, 2020


Toronto: 12:30 PM
Houston: 11:30 PM
Mumbai: 11:00 PM
Karachi: 10:30 PM
Nairobi: 8:30 PM
London: 5:30 PM
Lisbon: 5:30 PM
Syria: 7:30 PM
Russia- Moscow: 7:30 PM

To convert to your local time zone click here.

In December 2015, @ginanguru was started as an instagram account with the mission
of making Ginan translations more accessible to the youth and younger generations of
our Jamat. The account posts daily translations of hand-picked Ginan parts for
easy-to-consume content.

Be sure to follow @ginanguru on Instagram to get daily Ginan translations in your feed: https://www.instagram.com/ginanguru/

Author: ismailimail

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

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