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The Bahá'í World
||The Bahá'í World. Representing the official presence of the Bahá'í Faith
on the World Wide Web. This site contains introductory material in French and Spanish as well as English.
|The Bahá'ís. A magazine about the Bahá'í Faith. An excellent on-line version of a much distributed magazine full of information about the Faith. If you have some time to spare and want to learn more than just the basic facts then this is a good link to follow.
The Bahá'í Faith - Basic FactsIf you have not heard of the Bahá'í Faith before and/or would like a brief introduction to it then follow this link to "The Bahá'í Faith - Basic Facts", this is a nine page guide which should take between 5 and 10 minutes to read.
The Bahá'í Faith - Introduction from soc.religion.bahaiThe introduction to the Bahá'í Faith which is posted regularly to the newsgroup soc.religion.bahai. This is a long page of text containg many quotations from the Bahá'í Writings. Links have been added to many of the references to directly download certain scriptures. A similar introduction is available in German / Deutsche and Italian / Italiano.
The Warwick LeafletsA collection of on-line leaflets covering a wide range of topics from a Bahá'í point of view as well as introductions to the Faith and its central teachings.
The Bahá'í Faith - A Short IntroductionAn adaptation of a recently published book, whilst fairly short it still contains a reasonable amount of detail - you click on the areas that interest you for more information.
Bahá'í Pilgrimage to Israel
This 1994 pilgrimage will show you the exteriors of many Bahá'í Holy places in Israel, the first pages tell you what a Bahá'í Pilgrimage is and then you go on to visit sites with some historical details in the text. There are many original photographs in this guide.
Words and Pronunciation
If your Web browser is showing spaces in the name Bahá'í, or shows it as Baha'm, then the following will show you the letters that are missing in the various words that appear on Bahá'í pages. All of them have an acute accent on them...Baha'i, Baha'u'llah, Bab, 'Abdu'l-Baha
The letter á (accented a) is pronounced "ah",
similar to the a in far.
The letter í (accented i) is pronounced "ee",
similar to the e in see.
In saying the name Bahá'í the á
and the í are run together.
Although I am not a perfect example for pronunciation (and I hope to record a better one) I have pronounced the following words in a .wav file and an .au file...
"Bahá'í Faith, Bahá'u'lláh, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, The Báb,
Shoghi Effendi, Alláh'u'Abhá, Yá Bahá'ul-Abhá"
Alláh'u'Abhá and Yá Bahá'ul-Abhá are both what Bahá'ís call "The Greatest Name".
The Bahá'í Ring: Next - Random - Next 5 - Skip
The Baháí Ring is a circle of web pages about the Faith