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This is the fourth in a series of posts about the life of the Blessed Beauty covering His Life from 1858 until roughly 1863 up to His departure from the Ridvan Garden following His Declaration. The concept is to present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh with the aid of images and texts from Bahá’í sources. Perhaps these materials can be of use when preparing presentations about Life of the Blessed Beauty. The materials can also be used for individual deepening in connection with the Twin Holy Day celebrations. The two files together present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh. The first file provides explanations and stories compiled from the Bahá’í Writings and history books while the second contains images.

The Life of Blessed Beauty Part 4 – Baghdad 1858 – 1863

Life of the Blessed Beauty Part 4 Baghdad 1858 – 1863 Pictures

 

The afternoon of departure arrived. What am I to say? When the pen wanted to describe this mood, the pen broke and the paper was torn. [1]

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The Hand of the Cause Balyuzi authored a dramatized reading of the Story of Bahá’u’lláh entitled “The Lord of Hosts is His Name”. It was published in the Bahai World News nr 13 (starting from page 1189). It is beautiful and well worth reading. You can view or download The Lord of Hosts is His Name here.

On the 26th of March in 1863, Bahá’u’lláh was informed that He was invited to meet the governor of Baghdád. The governor, reluctant but obliged by his duty, conveyed the “invitation”, issued by the Ottoman Empire, for Bahá’u’lláh to re-locate” in Istanbul. This event took place just after the Tablet of the Holy Mariner had been revealed and can, perhaps be a prelude to Ridván and an example of the dynamics of crisis and victories in our Faith.

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