Pakistani American Anjuman


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    Chughtai Art Rain Fall

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    Sadequain Aftaab-e-Taaza

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    Sindhi Biryani

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    Pakistani Fruits

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    Fatima Jinnah

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Zoreen Rafat AnsariRafat and Zoreen Ansari and their three grown children donated $15 million to create an institute at Notre Dame dedicated to the study of religions around the world.

Mr. and Ms. Ansari are medical doctors who were born in Pakistan and raised their family in South Bend, Ind., the home of the university. They are Muslim and said in a news release that they hope the new center will encourage partnerships among religions to solve problems like violence and poverty.

Faculty at the Rafat and Zoreen Ansari Institute for Global Engagement With Religion will study how religious teachings, traditions, history, practice, and thought inform today’s shifting patterns of global migration, conflict, peace building, political culture, and human development.