Forgot your password?

Back to login

FIMA Iftar a grand success
July 5, 2014, 3:10 pm

“We are all ambassadors, each one representing our creator,” stated Dr. Mirza Yawar Baig – Chairman of Standard Bearers Academy, a global corporate consultancy firm.  Dr. Baig, a globetrotting orator and corporate trainer was in Kuwait on Wednesday to deliver the keynote address on the topic titled ‘Be Inspired – Be Inspirational’ at a multi-religious and multi-cultural Iftar organized by the Federation of Indian Muslim Associations (FIMA), Kuwait.

Farwaniya Governor Sheikh Faisal Al Humoud Al Malek Al Sabah inaugurated the event held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.  Ambassadors, Charge d’ Affairs and diplomats from various countries including SAARC, Europe, African and Asian countries attended the Iftar along with Kuwaiti and Indian dignitaries and members from Indian associations and people from all walks of life.

Indian Ambassador H.E. Sunil Jain distributed the FIMA memento to main sponsor Sadia and co-sponsors TVS Travels & Cargo and Lu&Lu Hypermarket. Spanish Ambassador H.E. Angel Losada, who shared the table with Indian Ambassador, said Iftar reminds family gatherings which is an old European custom. 

The event brought together people from all walks of life in the true spirit of Islam. Inculcating brotherhood and oneness among the gathering. Dr. P.R. Srinivasan, a senior scientist observed that is was heartening to know organizations were distributing Iftar kits to labor camps during Ramadan.

The program started with recitation of versus from Holy Qura’an by Shuaib.  FIMA Secretary General Hidayathullah welcomed the audience which was presided over by FIMA President Siddeeque Valiyakath.  FIMA Joint Treasurer Mohammed Manshauddin read the message of Sheikh Ebraheem Duaij Al Sabah while FIMA Vice President proposed the vote of thanks.  FIMA Treasurer Salim Desai and Joint Secretary Abdulrazak Alwany coordinated the program.



Photo Gallery
Share your views

"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed."

"Envy comes from wanting something that isn't yours. But grief comes from losing something you've already had."

Photo Gallery