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Bahá'u'lláh (1817-1892)

Bahá'u'lláh (1817-1892), the founder of the Bahá'í movement, was known to his contemporaries by different descriptions and qualities: some thought of him as an eminent Persian thinker and a distinguished visionary; others considered him a leader of thought and a social reformer; to yet others, he remains the transformative impulse for a global era, the prophetic figure of the nineteenth century. He was the originator and organizer of a systematic, worldwide movement for social, intellectual and spiritual reform. This movement is, today, recognized as the worldwide Bahá'í community.

The Bahá'í community has worked hard for more than a century to, consistently, apply Bahá'u'lláh's holistic world view into practice and to, systematically, try out the solutions he proposed for fundamental social concerns.

One-and-a-half centuries have now elapsed since Bahá'u'lláh first put forth his vision of a united humanity and this vision has, during that period, been experimented and translated into social action by the globally organized Bahá'í community. It is now possible and appropriate for any concerned spectator to explore the ramifications and validity of his proposals.





Introductory pages:

  • Bahá'u'lláh, an introductory statement on his life and work.
  • The worldwide Bahá'í Community, a brief introduction.
  • A holistic worldview, a brief descpription of Bahá'u'lláh's conception of reality.
  • Vision of a United Humanity, a brief exposition of the future of humankind.
  • Some fundamental social concerns, a selection of solutions presented by Bahá'u'lláh.


    Online current materials:

  • The Promise of World Peace, a statement by the Universal House of Justice.
  • Who is Writing the Future?, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.
  • The Prosperity of Humankind, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.
  • Turning Point for All Nations, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.

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