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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Sindh government, after rejecting the options, has insisted that the Centre instead construct underpasses on Aga Khan III Road and Daudpota Road intersections so that the red line and yellow line, including BRTS lines, can use it in future, and also so that traffic flow on MA Jinnah Road is not disrupted.
She was addressing a seminar on the 62nd death anniversary of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III in Islamabad on Thursday.
The vehicles coming from Nishter Road via Aga Khan III road side would be diverted on Bahadur Yar Jung Road from Coast Guard, Holy family.
While Beverly Nicholas titled Jinnah as the 'most important man in Asia', Aga Khan III called him the most remarkable statesman among Clemenceau, Lloyd George, Churchill, Curzon and Mahatma Gandhi.
The tomb is located near one of Aswan's major landmarks, the Mausoleum of the Aga Khan III, Sir Sultan Muhammed Shah.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three.' This comes closest to, or perhaps surpasses, Aga Khan III's view of the Quaid-i-Azam.
Ismailis around the world are celebrating the Diamond Jubilee since the Imamat was conferred to him on 11 July 1957 when, at the age of 20, he succeeded his grandfather, Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III.
He was known as Aly Khan and was the son of Sultan Mahommed Shah, Aga Khan III and leader of the Nizari Ismaili sect of Shia Islam.
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.
He succeeded his grandfather Sir Sultan Mohammad Aga Khan III on July 11, 1957.
VVSPOT the mistake The Dewhurst Stakes used to be dominated by the Aga Khan's grandfather, Aga Khan III. He won the race a record eight times between 1923 and 1946.