Covers works that compile historic events, figures, and developments in the Bahá’í Faith, from its inception in 19th century Persia to its global expansion, highlighting significant milestones and the evolution of its community life.
The Bahá'í historical records are anchored in meticulously documented events, figures, and teachings from its Persian inception in the 19th century, focusing on the lives and writings of central figures like the Báb, Bahá'u'lláh, and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.
These documents illustrate the Faith's transformative journey, capturing progress through persecutions, migrations, and the emergence of a global community unified by its spiritual principles and administrative structure.
Bahá'í history is enriched by first-hand accounts, including the insightful narratives in
The Dawn-Breakers' stands as a unique historic record compiled by Nabil Zarandi, detailing the early Baha'i chronicles under Bahá'u'lláh’s guidance, becoming an authoritative source for study and reflection.
Scholarship in Bahá'í history involves critical analysis and interpretation of past events, contributing to a comprehensive understanding of the faith's development and its societal impact.
Pivotal moments are captured through collective memory, official documentation, and interpretive texts, reflecting the faith's resilience and spirit during times of crisis and victory.
Bahá’í global expansion is documented through the Faith's dissemination across continents, the establishment of local and national assemblies, and the diverse cultural expressions of its adherents.
Martyrdoms are recorded with reverence and detail, highlighting the sacrifices made for the establishment and preservation of the Faith's teachings and principles.