BAHAISM or Bahai Faith, a religion founded in the nineteenth century by the Iranian notable Bahāʾ-Allāh (commonly Baháʾulláh or Bahāʾullāh in Western works) that grew out of the Iranian messianic movement of Babism and developed into a world religion with internationalist and pacifist emphases.
ii. Bahai Calendar and Festivals.
v. The Bahai Community in Iran.
vi. The Bahai Community of Ashkhabad.
Originally Published: December 15, 1988
Last Updated: December 15, 1988
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