Setāregān-e Kavir ستارگان کویر


Available on backorder

Additional information








216 x 279 mm




Mahmehr Golestaneh

In 1956, when I was just a raw young woman at my husband Golestaneh’s family home in Cairo, I was introduced to works in two large boxes of carefully preserved Bahá’í documents and writings by my father-in-law Mohammad Reza Golestaneh. For three months, Mr. Mohammad Reza and Ms. Shoghangiz Khanum, my late husband’s mother, told me Bahá’í stories. They told stories about the distant and recent past and the sacrifices of pioneers. Those days were short, and I passed through them like in a dream. During the farewell, I took a few lines and photos as a souvenir and did not try to take other works. Perhaps it was destined that this treasure would remain in Egypt. The 1978 Iranian Islamic revolution caused us to leave Iran empty-handed. The longing to see those tablets and papers remained in my heart.
After the passing of Mr. Mohammad Reza Golestaneh, in 1961, according to his will, all documents and works were given to the late Riaz Golestaneh, the “fifth child,” and his wife, Mahin Khanum Abrishamian. She was a migrant of Bin Ghazi in Libya at the time. As far as we know, the works and books were transported from Cairo to Alexandria, and …
© Copyright 2021- Zinat Group LLC. - All Rights Reserved
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram