From Shiraz to Carmel

Within the pages of this profound account, a treasure trove of knowledge unfolds, shedding light on the poignant journey of the remains of His Holiness the Báb, for the first time in print. It unveils a unique perspective, delving into the historical tapestry of the Bábi and Bahá’í Faith in Shiraz and its neighboring cities during significant transformation and turmoil.

As the narrative unravels, it becomes a testament to the indomitable spirit of the Bábi and Bahá’í communities, steadfast and resolute in the face of adversity and persecution. Their unwavering commitment to the principles of love, unity, and justice, intrinsic to the core of the Bahá’í Faith, stands as a beacon of inspiration across the ages.

This book unveils, for the very first time in print, the mesmerizing tale of the journey that brought the Báb’s remains from Tehran to Acre. It intertwines the touching stories of these communities, who, through turbulent tides, remain anchored in their faith. It paints a vivid portrait of resilience, courage, and the unyielding belief in the divine message bestowed upon them as they traverse a journey that echoes the essence of humanity’s quest for spiritual truth.

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A Look at History From A Different Perspective

In this captivating book, the reader embarks on a historical odyssey through the author’s beloved homeland, Iran. The comprehensive collection of historical events spans eras before and after the Arab and Mongol invasions, providing a deep understanding of the period surrounding The Báb’s momentous declaration of His mission.

The narrative delves into Iran’s significant political transformation, transitioning from dictatorship to constitutionalism. Moreover, the book sheds light on two crucial epistles written by `Abdu’l-Bahá concerning politics and civilization – The Resaleh Madanieh (The Secret of Divine Civilization) and The Resaleh Siasieh(Treatise on Leadership).

With keen insight, the book also examines the consequences of political interventions by religious leaders and the distortion of historical perceptions perpetuated by religious leaders and historians alike.

Negahi Be Tarikh Az Zaviyehe Digar is a highly recommended read for Bahá’ís and their Persian-speaking friends who seek a deeper understanding of Iran’s rich history and the transformative events that shaped its destiny.

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