Kumail was born in Mahuva, Gujarat on Sunday, 10th of August 1980/27th of Ramadan 1400.
12 days series of Muharram lectures in Dar es Salaam, 2014
Majlis of 15th of Shaban in Reunion, 2015
Majlis in Paris 2015, Topic: Moderation
Seminar on Family Life in Islam, Antananarivo 2014
Muharram lectures in Bujumbura
Karbala in the midst of History and Narrative, AMI Birmingham October 2017
CIMS Sunni - Shi'a Scholars Meeting, Topic: The Succession to the Prophet (pbuh), February 2016
The Historicity of Dua Nudba and its later Evolution and Development, 4th March 2018
Senior Citizens Bibi Fatima Zahra Day 2017 in Birmingham
Zainabiyya Day Speech, April 2016 in Hujjat Stanmore London
A brief report of Khoja Heritage Tour 2018
Manager of Qum Office of WF 2011-2015
Head of Islamic Education Department of the WF of KSIMC 2014-2017
Founder of Ask an Alim Project-WF: http://www.askanalim.org/
Drafted MANHAJ curriculum for IRE in Kenya
Launched online courses of Shia Studies
Ramadan Qur'anic Word of the day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSSx10hXJ7Y
Muharram: Lesson of the day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meRUdcPv-rw&index=1&list=PLAyKxtbBJ-98k9tlEagU1AS4tIu38pQpG
Joint-Head of Khoja Heritage Project of WF KSIMC 2014-2017
Founder of KhojaPedia: http://khojapedia.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
Convenor or the Khoja Studies Conference, 15-16 December 2016: http://www.khojastudies.org/
Co-Chair of the Khoja Heritage Project of WF KSIMC 2017-
Entry on Shii Hadith in Oxford Bibliography
Ramadan: Qur'anic Word of the day
Muharram: Lesson of the day
Manhaj: A curriculum for Islamic Religious Education
This curriculum encompasses detailed lesson plans for standards 1-8 and forms 1-4, catering to the need of Islamic Religious Education of Kenyan schools.
AIMS OF THE MANHAJ CURRICULUM:
The aims of the MANHAJ curriculum are four-fold:
1) Religious – IRE lessons are expected to promote the religious understanding of Islam, and to acknowledge and respect other religions.
2) Intellectual, physical, and mental wellbeing – IRE lessons are expected to enable students to have a rational understanding of Islam, and to use reason in understanding the Islamic traditions. They are also expected to contribute towards the students’ physical and mental wellbeing, and in turn contribute towards the overall welfare of their nation.
3) Spiritual – IRE lessons are expected to inculcate piety (taqwa: being aware of the presence and expectation of Allah at all times), and to nurture students to become God-conscious individuals in all walks of life.
4) Moral – IRE lessons are expected to promote ethical values, enabling students to become good citizens, and role models in society.
The project was conducted during his term in the role of head of IE at the WF of KSIMC.
Kumail Rajani is the founder of KhojaPedia, an online encyclopedia of the history, heritage and legacy of the Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri Community.