THE SCANDALOUS DEATH OF SHOGHI EFFENDI: A REPORT

Shoghí Effendí Rabbání (March 1, 1897 – November 4, 1957), better known as Shoghi Effendi, was the Guardian and appointed head of the Bahá’í Faith from 1921 until his death in 1957. After the death of Abdu’l Baha in 1921, Shoghi Effendi was referred to as the Guardian of the faith by the Haifan Bahais. … Continue reading THE SCANDALOUS DEATH OF SHOGHI EFFENDI: A REPORT

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The (Lip) Service of the Baha’i Administration at the time of the Covid-19 crises

Today, Humanity is at a critical juncture faced with the unprecedented and unexpected calamity in the form of the Covid-19 Pandemic. In the face of this crisis, Nations, Organisations, communities and even individuals are engaged in selfless service trying to help their fellow human beings’ tide over the devastating effects of this pandemic. Nations are … Continue reading The (Lip) Service of the Baha’i Administration at the time of the Covid-19 crises

A tragic decline of faith under the “Universal House of Justice”

For long the Free Baha’is have foretold the faithful about the dangers of deviating from the true teachings of Baha’u’llah and Abdu’l Baha, and how such deviations can only cause a decline in the spirituality of the faithful along with an abysmal lack of interest in it. By tutoring the faithful to stick to the … Continue reading A tragic decline of faith under the “Universal House of Justice”

The Caravan Magazine, Volume 2, Azamat Edition

With great honor, we present our next magazine which is targeted towards spreading the pristine message of Baha’u’llah amongst the truthful Baha’is. This edition of The Caravan contains instances where misguided ones with their evil intentions have tried to manipulate and subordinate the divine decisions. In their lust of power, they have overstepped the limits … Continue reading The Caravan Magazine, Volume 2, Azamat Edition

The Caravan Magazine, Volume 2, Edition 1

The publication of the first edition seems to have led to the revival of those passions associated with the faith which seemed suppressed by the burden of the Administration. While initially planned to be a Quarterly publication but due to the overwhelming response and demands for early release of future editions we are today humbled … Continue reading The Caravan Magazine, Volume 2, Edition 1