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Prince Aly Khan

Birthday of our beloved Prince Aly Salomone Khan

Birthday of our beloved Prince Aly Salomone Khan

Prince Aly S. Khan was born in Torino (Turin) Italy on June 13, 1911. He was the eldest son of our 48th Holy Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah. His mother was Cleope Teresa Magliano

In remembrance of our beloved Princes Aly Khan and Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan

In remembrance of our beloved Princes Aly Khan and Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan

May 12 1960 In remembrance of Prince Aly Khan who passed away in a tragic car accident in Suresnes, France. His brother Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan also passed away on the same date in 2003

Opening Ceremony of the Prince Aly Boys' Academy, Karachi 1970-02-08

Hazar Imam accompanied by Begum Salimah performing the Opening Ceremony of the Prince Aly Boys' Academy, Karachi
Source: 
Ismaili Mirror 1973

During His 1970 visit to Pakistan Hazar Imam performed the opening ceremony of the Prince Aly Boys' Academy in Karachi, Pakistan.

The work on establishing the Prince Aly Boys' Academy started in 1960 by Ismaili volunteers of the Ismailia Youth Services (I.Y.S) on the same pattern as the Mohammadi Girls' Academy .

Speech extracts during the laying of the foundation stone of the Prince Aly Boys Academy, Pakistan 1964-12-12

Prince Aly Boys' Academy, Pakistan
Source: 
Ismaili Mirror 1973

Extract of speech by Hazar Imam during the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Prince Aly Boys Academy in Karachi, Pakistan:

Let Me say to begin with, how proud I have been to visit the Girls' Academy and to see that what had been my hope and prayer four years ago has actually been realized. Not only is the Academy in a magnificent state of upkeep, but the children look very happy indeed.

Lecture by His Serene Highness Prince Aly Khan under the chairmanship of His Worship the Mayor, 1951-01-30

Prince Aly S. Khan

Lecture by His Serene Highness Prince Aly Khan under the chairmanship of His Worship the Major, councillor Abdulkarim M.L.C., Vice - President of the Dar es Salaam Cultural Society.January 30, 1951

"THE MIDDLE EAST"
It is indeed ironical that here, in Dar es Salaam, "Haven of peace", I must speak of war.

Prince Aly Khan at the stables

Prince Aly Khan at the stables

Prince Aly Khan, an accomplished horse jockey, seen at the stables. He had a great love for horses and horse-racing

Islam – The Religion of Equality — Prince Aly Khan 1958-05-27

Prince Aly Salomone Khan

Speech by H. R. H. Prince Aly Khan

Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the Council of Islamic Affairs,

New York, May 27th 1958.

The late Prince Aly Khan (d. 1960) was the father of the present Aga Khan (IV), and eldest son of the previous Aga Khan (III) — who was also the Chairman of the League of Nations (1933 – 1936).

Mr. Chairman, Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Thank you very much for the honour you have done me by inviting me to be your guest at this luncheon and for the kind words you have said about me.

Prince Aly S. Khan father of our beloved Hazar Imam

Prince Aly S. Khan father of our beloved Hazar Imam

In memory: our beloved Prince Aly Salomone Khan passed away May 12, 1960, Hospital Foch, Suresnes, France. He was born in Turin, Italy in June 13, 1911 to Mowlana Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah and Princess Cleope Teresa Maglione. Prince Sadruddin, brother of Prince Aly Khan also passed away on the same day - May 12 - in 2003

Mowlana Sultan Muhammad Shah had symbolic weighing ceremony in Cairo, Egypt 199-02-23

Mowlana Sultan Muhammad Shah with Begum Mata Salamat and Prince Aly Khan  at the Semiramis Hotel in Cairo, Egypt

L'Aga Kahn III pesé symboliquement (symbolic weighing ceremony) en présence de sa femme la bégum Om Habibeh Yvette Labrousse, et Prince Aly Salomone Khan le 23 février 1955 à l'hôtel Semiramis au Caire, Egypte. (Photo by KEYSTONE-FRANCE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

H.S.H. The Prince with the Thana Council

Prince Aly Khan visits Yeravda Palace in Poona

Photo taken at Yeravda Palace, (Poona) of H.S.H. Prince Aly Khan, Beloved 'Vali Ahad' of Mowlana Hazar Imam with the members of the Ismailia Council of Thana. Mr. Kassamali Fatehali, president of the Council is seated on the right of the Prince

Prince Aly Khan at Ismaili Youth Sports 1944-02-10

H.S.H. Prince Aly Khan watching Ismaili Youth Sports with Chairman Gulamali G. Merchant
Source: 
ISMAILI publication Bombay Sunday 12 March 1944

Under the auspices of Young Ismailis Brotherhood, various sports were arranged by Young Ismailis Youth Sports at the Cooperage in the immediate presence of H.S.H. Prince Aly Khan on 10th February 1944. The beloved Valiahad is seen watching the various sports with Chairman Gulamali G. Merchant B.A., LL.B

Prince Aly Khan visits The Aga Khan's Health Centre, Bombay 1941-01-19

Valiahad Prince Aly Khan visits H.H. The Aga Khan Health Centre, Bombay  1941-01-19

His Serene Highness Valiahad Prince Aly Khan photographed with the executive body and workers of H.H. The Aga Khan's Health Centre (Bombay) during the Prince's visit to the Centre

A MAN OF QUALITY -prince Aly Khan

Prince Aly Khan riding a horse on a race track

The death of Prince Aly Khan last week deprived horse racing of its foremost international figure; it also deprived our times of a man of quality.

In the fields Aly Khan chose for his own he had no peers. His horses were the best, his modern paintings were the best, his manners were the best and his women were the best. Then suddenly last Thursday night, on the gentle curve of a suburban Paris street while on his way to be guest of honor at a small dinner party, Aly's life of excellence ended

Speech by Prince Aly S. Khan to the Council for Islamic Affairs, New York 1958-05-27

Prince Aly Salomone Khan
Source: 
Read and Know No.19

Islam – A Liberating Force

Speech by Prince Aly S. Khan to The Council of Islamic Affairs, New York
May 27, 1958

It is one of the paradoxes of history that the West, and the Islamic world which have so many beliefs and values in common, should have lived in antagonism for centuries. When we consider the great contribution of the Islamic peoples to modern Western civilization, particularly in the realm of scientific enquiry, philosophic thought and mysticism, wherein the religious spirit is lifted to the sublime, the paradox of conflict becomes all the more striking

The ideal diplomat?

Prince Aly Salman Khan with his wife Rita Hayworth
Source: 
dailytimes.com/pk

On May 12, 1960, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN in New York, Aly Khan, dies in a Paris car accident; ending a promising diplomatic career. Who was Aly Khan and what distinguished him from other diplomats? Moreover, what relevance does he hold today?

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prince-aly-khan-with-kothari

October 10: In 1940, Prince Aly Khan joined the British forces in the Royal Wiltshire Yeomantry. He was promoted to Lt. Col. on October 10, 1944. Later, he was decorated for distinguished service with the U.S. Army.

The ideal diplomat? Prince Aly Khan

Prince Aly Khan speaking at the United Nations as Representative for Pakistan
Source: 
Daily Times Pakistan

May 12, 1960, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN in New York, Aly Khan, dies in a Paris car accident – ending a promising diplomatic career. Who was Aly Khan and what distinguished him from other diplomats? Moreover, what relevance does he hold today?

Prince Aly Khan in Loving memory

Prince Aly Khan in Loving memory

Prince Aly Khan born in Turin (Torino) Italy on this day of June 13, 1911. He was the father of our beloved Hazar Imam Shah Karim and the eldest son of our 48th Imam Aga Sultan Muhammad. His mother was Cleope Teresa Maglione

May 12 Remembrance

May 12 Remembrance

May 12th is the date when Prince Aly Khan and his brother Prince Sadrudin passes away in 1960 and 2003 respectively

Prince. Aly Khan addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York 1958-08-19

Prince. Aly Khan addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York  1958-08-19

Prince Aly Khan, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, who is photographed here as he addressed the Assembly. 1958-08-19


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