Prayer in the Bahá'í Faith
Prayer in the Bahá'í Faith refers to two distinct concepts: obligatory prayer and devotional prayer (general prayer). Both types of prayer are composed of reverent words which are addressed to God, an...
Qiblih
In the Bahá'í Faith the Qiblih (Arabic: قبلة‎) is the location that Bahá'ís should face when saying their daily obligatory prayers, and is fixed at the Shrine of Bahá'u'lláh, near 'Akká, in ...
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Tablet of Visitation
Tablets of Visitation refers to specific prayers used in the Bahá'í Faith while visiting the shrines of its founders or martyrs. The Báb, Bahá'u'lláh and `Abdu'l-Bahá wrote many Tablets of Visitation....
Obligatory Bahá'í prayers
Obligatory Bahá'í prayers are prayers which are to be said daily by Bahá'ís according to a fixed form decreed by Bahá'u'lláh. Prayers in the Bahá'í Faith are reverent words which are addressed to God,...
Obligatory Bahá'í prayers - Wikipedia
Long Healing Prayer
Lawh-i-Anta'l-Kafi or the Long Healing Prayer is a prayer written in Arabic by Bahá'u'lláh, founder of the Bahá'í Faith, in the 'Akká period. The authorized English translation was done in 1980 by Hab...
Tablet of Ahmad (Arabic)
Lawh-i-Ahmad or Tablet of Ahmad is a tablet written by Bahá'u'lláh, founder of the Bahá'í Faith in Adrianople in 1865. In a letter written on his behalf, Shoghi Effendi has stated that it has been 'in...
Qibla compass
A Qibla compass or qiblah compass (sometimes also called qibla/qiblah indicator) is a modified compass used by Muslims to indicate the direction to face to perform ritual prayers. In Islam, this dire...
Qibla compass - Wikipedia