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Bahai poster

Bahai poster

Bahai tshirt

Bahai tshirt

Imagen Corporativa - Comunidad Bahá'í del Perú on Behance

Imagen Corporativa - Comunidad Bahá'í del Perú on Behance

This coming Sunday marks 10,000 days of combined imprisonment for Bahai leaders in Iran, later in the week two prisoners of conscience -- Bahareh Hedayat and Nassrin Sotoudeh -- will be celebrating their birthdays in prison. United4Iran has a number of actions planned all over the world.

This coming Sunday marks 10,000 days of combined imprisonment for Bahai leaders in Iran, later in the week two prisoners of conscience -- Bahareh Hedayat and Nassrin Sotoudeh -- will be celebrating their birthdays in prison. United4Iran has a number of actions planned all over the world.

Bahai childrens camp

Bahai childrens camp

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reform-bahai-faith_1.jpg (175×153)

14 Beautiful Baha'i Images of Prayer and Reflection Prayer, meditation, reflection and reading of the Baha'i writings are all fundamental parts of our lives as Baha'is. They can be rich and powerful in exper

14 Beautiful Baha'i Images of Prayer and Reflection Prayer, meditation, reflection and reading of the Baha'i writings are all fundamental parts of our lives as Baha'is. They can be rich and powerful in exper

Abdu’l-Bahá only agreed to sit for his portrait before two artists---both in Greenwich Village in 1912. The 1st sitting---for portrait artist Juliet Thompson in her Studio at 48 W. 10th. The 2nd sitting---for her friend & artist Khalil Gibran (this is his portrait) in his studio across the street at 51 W. 10th. Gibran, born in Lebanon, also acted as translator for several of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá's interviews during his visit to N.Y.C. in 1912

Abdu’l-Bahá only agreed to sit for his portrait before two artists---both in Greenwich Village in 1912. The 1st sitting---for portrait artist Juliet Thompson in her Studio at 48 W. 10th. The 2nd sitting---for her friend & artist Khalil Gibran (this is his portrait) in his studio across the street at 51 W. 10th. Gibran, born in Lebanon, also acted as translator for several of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá's interviews during his visit to N.Y.C. in 1912

Design by Armon Rostami

Design by Armon Rostami

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