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14 December 2019 / 16. Rabi-Uth-Thani 1441

Khoja Heritage Tour January 2020

 

 

 


The Khoja Heritage Tour application form is now closed. We will get in touch with those who have applied and detail our next steps to them. If you missed the chance to apply, you can contact us at [email protected] and we will be able to insert your name on the waiting list. Should a free place become available we will inform you in due course. Please note the waiting list is operated on a first come first serve basis.



 
Ever wondered who we really are? Where do our ancestors come from? What steps did our ancestors take in order for us to be here today?
What was their journey like? How did they learn and become Shia's?
 
If you have ever wondered about our heritage and wanted to learn more, now is your chance to actually take a leap back in time and understand what steps our ancestors took in order to become Shia's. Join us on our Heritage tour in India in January 2020. Bring the entire family and embark on this historical tour and learn all about our ancestors. 
 

Book your family holiday and take a step back in time!

The World Federation is pleased to launch our third Khoja Heritage Tour as part of our Khoja Heritage Project in partnership with our regional federations for everyone to participate in our community. 

This trip gives our community members the opportunity to visit key historic locations in India, which are significant to our culture and community. 
We plan on taking all the participants on a 10-day tour across the following incredible cities Mumabi, Amerli, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Mandvi, Kera and Ahmedabad.
 
Visiting these historical cities will allow the participants to follow the footsteps of our ancestors and give the participants a deeper understanding of the origins of our Khoja community and the chance to learn more about our history.  
 
Those on the trip will have the opportunity to visit the shrines of Pir Gulamali Shah and Pir Dadu in Kera and Bhuj, as well see the three historic buildings representing the three Khoja strands in Palagali area of Mumbai.
 
This was the beginning of a journey for the Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri Community, as it contained its faith in the crucible of Khoja culture. As a testament to that beginning, visitors will be able to sit in the very first madrasa called the Madrasa of Mulla Qadar Husayn in Mumbai.

Tour Dates  4 - 14 January 2020
 
Ground Package Cost: GBP 675 / EUR 750/ USD 850
 
Tour Cities: Mumbai, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Mandvi and Ahmedabad 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

 
     

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