Aga Khan III


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A·ga Khan III

 (ä′gə kän′) Originally Aga Sultan Sir Mohammed Shah. 1877-1957.
Indian leader of the Ismaili Muslim sect. He appointed his grandson Prince Karim (born 1936) to succeed him as Aga Khan IV.
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Responding to Dawn's queries chief engineer of the project Mohammad Khalid said that the roads Abdullah Haroon Road, Zaibunnisa Street, Garden Road, Aga Khan III Road etc staring from Fawwara Chock near Governor House up to Zoological Gardens were being reconstructed.
His Highness Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah, Aga Khan III GCSI GCMG GCIE GCVO PC was the 48th Imam of Ismaili Shia Muslims.
The Aga Khan acceded to the position on July 11, 1957, after succeeding his grandfather Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah Aga Khan III.
The Aga Khan's grandfather, Sultan Mahomed Shah Aga Khan III, was the first President of the All India Muslim League and a vigorous advocate of the Muslim cause during the British Raj.
He succeeded his grandfather Sir Sultan Mohammad Aga Khan III on July 11, 1957.
Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah, who succeeded Aqa Ali Shah as Aga Khan III, was one of the most active and dynamic leaders of the Pakistan Movement and a close aide of the Quaid-e-Azam.
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VVSPOT the mistake The Dewhurst Stakes used to be dominated by the Aga Khan's grandfather, Aga Khan III.
ISLAMABAD -- The birth anniversary of Sir Sultan Mohammad Shah Aga Khan III, an icon of Pakistan movement was observed on Saturday to highlight his pivotal role in the creation of new homeland for the Muslims of the Subcontinent.
He succeeded his grandfather Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III on July 11, 1957.
Aziz, Aga Khan III, Selected Speeches and Writings of Sir Sultan Mohammad Shah (London:
Prince Karim succeeded to the hereditary leadership of the Nizari Isma ilis in 1957 on the death of his grandfather, Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III.