Clip from our Inner Journey IV @ Aga Khan Museum 05.11.18, for more info visit our Facebook page or the website. More to come on this project. #rumicanada#agakhanmuseum @koushkani @kouroshbabaei @sirishkumar_manji @farzadaj
Time to Grow Leadership and Knowledge Sharing Conference
Strategies to become a better professional, leader and entrepreneur.
Event date: Saturday November 10, 2018
The Aga Khan Museum, Toronto, Canada
Harnessing the collective wisdom and experience of thought, business and change leaders, Time to Grow (TTG) is a leadership and knowledge sharing conference that will stimulate how we think about different aspects of our lives. Focusing on our personal and professional leadership, this event is designed to share perspectives that will help us become better at what we do every day. Partly inspirational, partly aspirational and very definitely emotional, our time together will change the way we look at things.
Net proceeds of our event will be contributed to the Aga Khan Museum.
Tickets available at www.time-to-grow.com (link in bio). #T2G2018#agakhanmuseum#toronto#torontoevents#leadership#conference#knowledgesharing#networking#professionals#entrepreneurs#intrapreneurs#business
Selfcare Tip No. 79 (spirit) ~ Learn about another Religion ~
Last week on our site visit to the @agakhanmuseum for @tedxdonmills. We were given a private tour of the main Gallery exhibit.
We had an amazing guide, who explained and shared so much rich knowledge about the different pieces on display. Here is a display of different versions of the Quran.
I learned that there is a common link between Christianity, Judaism and Islam, all believe that God spoke to them through the archangel Gabriel!
What Religion are you most interested in learning more about?
Super excited to announce that the stunning @agakhanmuseum shop will be carrying my jewelry!!! Such a pleasure to be showcasing my work in such a phenomenal space. If you haven't visited you absolutely must! #agakhanmuseum#museumart
THE AGAKHAN PALACE, PUNE, called as the GANDHI NATIONAL MEMORIAL, was built in 1892. It was later dedicated to Gandhi and his philosophy by the Muslim ruler. It is a monument of Indian freedom struggle and quit India movement. Those years Gandhi and his wife Kasturba and others lived, and to great extant, conducted themselves from here.
One of co-curator Bita Pourvash’s favourite pieces from our exhibition Transforming Traditions.
The 210-year-old bowl, on loan from #theLouvre , is inscribed with poetry from Iran’s famed "Golestan" by the 13th-century poet Sa‘di. “It’s the poem that my grandmother recited to me all the time, and it just suddenly brought back all those memories,” she says. “Literature is such a key component of Persian culture. And even though outside influences did impact Iranian arts in the 19th century, the poetry tradition was so powerful that, to this day, it’s still at the centre of culture in Iran.” #TransformingTraditions#AgaKhanMuseum#PersianArt#Qajar#QajarDynasty#Poetry
John Lennard, whose saxophone music "is an exercise in warm creative passion" (Toronto Sun) plays next Wednesday night at our #DiwanRestaurant . Come enjoy delectable cuisine and live jazz (6:30–7:45 pm). Admission to the Museum is FREE from 4–8 pm.
When you’ve got a photo shoot at 5pm and Game of Thrones, Live in Concert at 8 🌞🎺✨ #passmemycape
Styling by: @livethecollective