The World Federation India Office held a Residential Youth Course for girls aged 10 to 15 years on 4th and 5th June 2013. The fees were subsidised by The World Federation to INR 750 (USD 14) per student which included lodging, boarding, travelling, meals and refreshments.
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Based on a series of lectures by the author, this book attempts to address the social challenges faced by youth and community in today’s world.
In the first part, using Ashura and the lessons presented by Imam Husayn (a) and his companions as a basis, the author highlights the qualities that we need to nurture within ourselves in order to gain a higher quality of spiritual life.
The second part of this book deals with issues of gender equality, social relationships and modern day trends.
The third part of the book focuses more closely on personal development, marriage, relationships, parenting and dilemmas facing the youth.
Overall, the book aims to take the reader through a journey from understanding one’s purpose and potential to actual implementing noble traits into our lifestyles.
There were 36 students in total, supported by 6 mentors and 2 administrative personnel. The team included a Food & Nutrition specialist, a Doctor, a Banker, a Vocational Course expert and an E-Commerce specialist.
The World Federation’s India Office partners with Khoja Shia Isna Ashari Jamaat Mumbai to announce IQRA: The vacation petition.
The competition is being organised keeping in mind the Summer Vacation to make the participants make best use of their free time.