I will look forward to seeing an authenticated photo of Aga Khan at 7 or 8 leading 'traditional' Muslim Idd prayer in an Ismaili Jamat Khana in Nairobi verifying what you previously wrote, that is, "At the age of 7 or 8 he led Idd Namaz in Nairobi Jamat Khana"JavedhJuma wrote:
Why do I have to verify anything to you. But I shall look for the picture of him leading Namaz in his childhood.
Saudi Kings or Jordanian Kings do not claim to be Ismaili Imams or any Imam, for that matter. So, them leading prayers or not does not interest me. However, I have seen videos of both kings at traditional Muslim prayers at the Kaaba in Makkah.JavedhJuma wrote:
How many times have the Saudi Kings or Jordanians Kings, etc. led prayers.
Frankly though, you are scraping the bottom of a barrel to seek a childhood photo of Aga Khan at prayer when as an Imam he should be seen to be at prayer five times every day. For 75 years that translates to 75 x 365 x 5 =136,875 instances. You should be able to find an instance or two on photo or film out of nearly 140,000 prayers he must have offered, showing qiyam, ruku, sujood and juloos reciting tashahud and ending with Salaam. Good luck.