Translations elsewhere

A list of the main websites that host translations

The list of websites is in alphabetical order by name.

On most of these websites, you will find short translations of scripture that are not listed in the "Translations Elsewhere" tables on the Windflower Translations site.

Adib Masumian

The personal website of translator Adib Masumian.

Baha'i Bookstore

A website of the US National Spiritual Assembly. It holds ebook formats of the official translations and audios of some of these. The ebooks and audios can be downloaded for free. Ebooks are also available in Arabic and Persian.

Baha'i eBooks Publications

A private website that holds ebook formats of the official translations. These can be downloaded for free.

Baha'i Library Online

The personal website of Jonah Winters. It has an extensive range of provisional translations of the works of Baha'u'llah and `Abdu'l-Baha. 

Baha'i Reference Library

The website of the Baha'i World Centre. It holds all the official translations, in English, Arabic and Persian. These can be downloaded in DOC and PDF formats. The texts are all searchable.

Hajir Moghaddam

Personal website of Hajir Maghaddam, which contains translations by Hajir and others. As of October 2016, this website is a new initiative, which is being developed.

H-Baha'i: Translations of Shaykh, Babi and Baha'i texts

Academic site with a collection of translations related to Baha'i studies.

Hurqalya Publications: Centre for Shaykhi and Babi-Baha'i Studies

Academic website with translations by Stephen Lambden. Also has many other resources.

Kashkul

The personal website of translator Will McCants.

Khazeh Fananapazir

The personal website of translator Khazeh Fananapazir, which holds a good collection of his translations.

Nayriz

A significant collection of prayers and tablets from Baha'u'llah and `Abdu'l-Baha relating to the history of the Baha'i Faith in Nayriz.

Parsa's Page

A personal website that contains links to an interesting and extensive range of old translations of the Bab, Baha'u'llah and `Abdu'l-Baha. It also has a large collection of old Baha'i resources.

 

Baha'u'llah claimed to be a manifestation, or prophet, of God. He said that his coming fulfils the promise made in the sacred scriptures that humanity would, in the fullness of time, witness the Day of God, which would result in a transformation in the world of humanity and bring about everlasting peace. Baha'u'llah founded the religion known as the Baha’i Faith.

Baha'u'llah was born in Iran in 1817. His given name was Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri. The name "Baha'u'llah" is an Arabic title meaning "Glory of God". Baha'u'llah was exiled from Iran in 1853 and then spent the remainder of his life in what is now Iraq, Turkey and Israel, due to enforced exiles by the Iranian and Ottoman authorities. The span of his life corresponds roughly with that of Queen Victoria, who lived from 1819 to 1901. Baha’u’llah died in 1892.

Baha'u'llah wrote extensively throughout the 40 years of his ministry (1853-1892). During this time, he produced a large volume of works, including books, letters and poems. His writings contain proclamations of his claim to be a manifestation, or prophet, of God, commentaries on important questions about religion, works outlining the principles of a justice system of human governance, and many works that praise of God.

Baha'is refer to many of these works as "tablets". This term goes back to the story of Moses. The book of Exodus in the Old Testament tells us that God told Moses to climb Mount Sinai and, when Moses was waiting at the top, God gave him two tablets of stone that had the ten commandments engraved on them. "The tablets were the work of God; the writing was the writing of God, engraved on the tablets." (Exodus 32:16) The term "tablet" is therefore used by Baha'is to refer to the writings of God.

Baha'u'llah did not write in the way that ordinary human beings do. For him, it was a process of inspiration that overtook his whole being. He was overcome by an inner power that inspired him to pour out pages of writings for hours at a time. Baha'u'llah had an amanuensis, who took down the words that Baha'u'llah spoke during these periods of inspiration. The amanuensis would have a large pile of paper at the ready, 10 to 12 reed pens and a bowl of ink. Baha'u'llah would pace the room and chant or speak his words and the amanuensis would write so quickly that his pen made a singing sound. The result was a scrawl in Persian or Arabic that only a handful of people could read. This was checked by Baha'u'llah, transcribed, copied by hand numerous times and disseminated to the believers in various countries.

Because Baha'u'llah lived all his life in the Muslim world, much of what he wrote assumes that his audience has a knowledge of Islam, Shi'ism and Sufism. This is a major obstacle that Western audiences face in trying to understand what Baha'u'llah is saying. This site provides some introductions to the tablets available here to help readers to grasp some of the concepts that Baha’u’llah refers to in his writings.

As yet, not all of Baha'u'llah's writings have been translated into English, although many important works have been. Baha'is put translations into two general categories: official translations and provisional translations. Official translations are published, and authorised, by the Baha'i World Centre. These translations use the English style found in the King James version of the Bible; that is, they use the 2nd person pronouns "thou", "ye", "thee", "thy" and "thine" and verb forms that end in -(e)st (2nd person) and -(e)th (3rd person). All official translations can be found at the Baha'i Reference Library.

All other translations are provisional ones. Some of these can be found on this site and at Hurqalya and the Baha'i Library Online. A list of all the translations available on the Internet can be found on this site at the Main Menu item “Translations Elsewhere”.

Baha'i scholars traditionally have categorised Baha'u'llah's writings according to the place he was living when each work was revealed. These categories are:

  • Tehran 1817 - 1853: This period stretches from Baha'u'llah's birth to immediately before his exile to Baghdad. It includes Baha'u'llah's writings in the Siyah Chal dungeon in 1853.
  • Baghdad 1853 - 1863: This period covers the 10 years Baha'u'llah's family was based in Baghdad. Baha'u'llah declared that he was the Promised One in 1863. Therefore, the writings of this period include those he wrote before his declaration and those of his declaration. These writings are mystical in character.
  • Sulaymaniyyih 1854 - 1857: While Baha'u'llah's family was based in Baghdad, Baha'u'llah spent two years living in the mountains of Kurdistan, initially in isolation and, later, interacting with local Sufis. The writings of this period are mystical in character.
  • Istanbul 1863: The writings of this period include those Baha'u'llah wrote during his family's four-month stopover in the Ottoman capital, Istanbul, on their way to Edirne.
  • Edirne 1863 - 1868: The writings of this period include those Baha'u'llah wrote while his family lived in Edirne. By this time, Baha'u'llah was openly declaring his mission to the community of believers and to the world's leaders, and these writings reflect this.
  • Akka 1868 - 1892: The writings of this period include those Baha'u'llah wrote after his exile to the prison-city of Akka and up to his death. During this time, Baha'u'llah wrote prolifically and produced many important works of his revelation.

(2015) "Mīr Dāmād, The First Qabas of Kitāb al-Qabasāt." Translated by Keven Brown. An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia. Vol. 5. I. B. Tauris Publishers.

(2009) Kitāb al-Qabasāt: The Book of Blazing Brands, A Provisional English Translation, Introduction, and Notes, Including Selections from Sayyed Ahmad ‘Alawī’s Sharh Kitab al-Qabasat. New York: Global Scholarly Publications. [Note: Keven is currently working in collaboration with the Shiah Institute and Brill Publishers on an updated and revised translation of this book with parallel Arabic text.]

(2007) "An Analytical Summary of the Forth and Fifth Qabas of Mīr Dāmād’s Kitābu al-Qabasāt." International Journal of Shī‘ī Studies. 5.1, 37-111.

(2006) "An Analytical Summary of the Seventh Qabas of Mīr Dāmād’s Kitābu al-Qabasāt." International Journal of Shī‘ī Studies. 4.2, 21-69.

(2006) "An Analytical Summary of the Sixth Qabas of Mīr Dāmād’s Kitābu al-Qabasāt." International Journal of Shī‘ī Studies. 4.1, 113-187.

(2006) "Time, Perpetuity, and Eternity: Mīr Dāmād’s Theory of Perpetual Creation and the Trifold Division of Existence: An Analysis of Kitāb al-Qabasāt: The Book of Blazing Brands." Ph.D. dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles.

(2006) "Mīr Dāmād’s Views on Time," An International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Fordham University, New York, Oct. 20-22, 2006.

(2005) "An Analytical Summary of The Second and Third Qabas of Mīr Dāmād’s Kitābu al-Qabasāt." International Journal of Shī‘ī Studies 3:2, 11-74.

(2005) "An Analytical Summary of the First Qabas of Mīr Dāmād’s Kitābu al-Qabasāt." International Journal of Shī‘ī Studies. 3.1, 11-51.

(2001) "'Abdu’l-Bahā’s Response to the Doctrine of the Unity of Existence." The Journal of Bahā’ī Studies 11.3-4: 1-29.

(2001) "'Abdu’l-Bahā’s Response to Darwinism: Its Historical and Philosophical Context." Evolution and Bahā’ī Belief: ‘Abdu’l-Bahā’s Response to Nineteenth Century Darwinism. Ed. Keven Brown. Los Angeles: Kalimat Press: 1-134.

(1997) "Hermes Trismegistus and Apollonius of Tyana in the Writings of Bahā’u’llāh." Revisioning the Sacred. Ed. Jack McLean. Los Angeles: Kalimat Press: 153-187.

A list of translations that are found on the Internet - that is, found on this site and elsewhere - and links to them. The list is in alphabetical order according to the English title. The original title of the work is also given, where appropriate. This page lists translations M-Z except for those whose name begins with "Tablet", which are listed on separate pages.

Name of tabletDescriptionWebsite and link
Most Holy Book
(Kitab-i-Aqdas)
Law Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Library
Most Holy Tablet (to the Christians)
(Lawh-i-Aqdas)
Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Nightingale and the Owl Short story Windflower
Nightingale of Separation
(Lawh-i Bulbulu'l-Firaq)
General letter - begins with a poem Windflower
Obligatory prayers Devotional Baha'i Reference (Short)
Baha'i Reference (Medium)
Baha'i Reference (Long)
O Cupbearer, give me a drop
(Sáqí, bi-dih ábí)
Poem Baha'i Library
O Nightingales
(Ay Bulbulan)
Poem Windflower
Ode of the Dove
(al-Qasidah al-Warqa'iyyah)
Poem and commentary Windflower (poem)
Windflower (notes)
Hurqalya
Ornaments
(Tarazat)
Law Baha'i Reference
Praised be my Lord, the Most High
(Subhana Rabbiyya'l-A`la)
(Lawh-i Harf al-Baqa')
Poem Windflower
Praise be to the One Who spoke One-paragraph proclamation Adib Masumian
Prayer for Decision Devotional Baha'i Studies
Prayers for Fasting
(Lawh-i Siyam)
Devotional Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Reference
Prayer for Illumination Devotional Baha'i Library
Prayer for Mirza 'Abu'l-Fadl Devotional Baha'i Library
Prayer for Protection Devotional Baha'i Library
Prayer for the Dead
(Lawh-i Salat-i Mayyit)
Devotional Baha'i Reference
Prayer for woman Devotional Adib Masumian
Prayer freeing Mubarak (Baha'u'llah's slave) Devotional Baha'i Teachings
Regarding the one who related the existence of the Qa'im Short explanation Adib Masumian
Responses to Questions of Manakji Sahib Commentary Baha'i Reference
Windflower
Ridvan-related tablets:
(1) History of Ridvan
(2) Tablet of Ridvan
(3) Revealed for the Day of Ridvan (Nuzzila fi al-Yawm ir-Ridvan)
(4) Tablet of the Garden of Ridvan (Lawh-i-Bagh-i-Ridvan)
(1) Proclamation and law
(2) and (3) Devotional
(4) Historical
(1) Windflower
Hurqalya
(2) Baha'i Reference
(3) Baha'i Library
(4) Baha'i Library
Scroll of God (to Jewish converts)
(Sahifat-allah)
Proclamation Hurqlaya(incomplete)
Seven Valleys
(Haft Vadi)
Commentary Baha'i Reference
Snow animals letter General correspondence Windflower
Splendors
(Ishraqat)
Law Baha'i Reference
Sprinking of the Cloud of Unknowing/Beyond Being 
(Rashh-i `Ama)
Poem Windlfower
Hurqalya
Surah of Admonition
(Surat al-nus'h)
Commentary Nayriz
Surah of the Almighty
(Surat al-qadir)
Commentary Windflower
Hurqalya(incomplete)
Surah of Blood
(Surat al-dam)
Proclamation and commentary Windflower
Surah of the Companions
(Surat al-ashab)
Proclamation and commentary Windflower
Surah of the Exposition
(Surat al-bayan)
Proclamation and commentary Hurqalya
Surah of Fidelity
(Surat al-wafa')(Suriy-i-vafa')
Commentary Hurqalya
Surah of God
(Surat Allah)
Proclamatory and historical Windflower
Surah of the Name
(Surat al-ism)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Surah of the Opening
(Surat al-fath)
Commentary Hurqalya(incomplete)
Surah of the Oration
(Surat al-Khitab)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Surah of Patience (Surih-i-Sabr)
Tablet of Job (Lawh-i Ayyub)
Commentary, historical Nayriz
Surah of the Pen
(Suratu'l Qalam)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Surah of the Premier (Ali Pasha) Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Surah of the Robe
(Surat al-qamis)
Proclamatory Hurqalya (incomplete)
Surah of Sacrifice
(Suratu'dh-Dhibh)
Proclamatory and commentary Windflower
Surah of the Servants
(Surat al-'ibad)
Proclamatory Hurqalya(incomplete)
Surah of Sorrows
(Suriy-i Ahzan)
Devotional, historical, commentary Windflower
Surah of the Sublimities
(Surat al-Ma'ani)
Proclamatory Hurqalya(incomplete)
Surah of the Sufficiency
(Surat al-Kifaya)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Surah of the Temple
(Suriy-i-Haykal)
Devotional Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Library
Surah of Visitation for Mulla Husayn Devotional Lights of Irfan
Sweet Scented Being
(Shikkar Shikkan Shavand)
Commentary Baha'i Library(incomplete)
Baha'i Library(incomplete)
We have heard thy voice Short response to believer Adib Masumian
Words of Paradise
(Kalimat-i-Firdawsiyyih)
Law Baha'i Reference
Words of Wisdom
('Asl-i-Kullu'l-Khayr)
Devotional Baha'i Reference

A list of translations that are found on the Internet - that is, found on this site and elsewhere - and links to them. The list is in alphabetical order according to the English title. The original title of the work is also given, where appropriate. This page lists all translations whose name begins with "Tablet to".

Tablet to... (A - L)

Name of tabletDescriptionWebsite and link
Tablet to Abdu'r-Rahim Letter, historical Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Abd al-Razzaq al-Kashani Commentary Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet to `Ali Letter covering many topics Baha'i Reference
Tablet to 'Ali-Akbar fi ardi'l-alif   See "Tablet to Jinab-i-Mulla
'Ali-Akbar fi ardi'l-alif", below
Tablet to `Ali Qabl-i Nabil Mashhad General correspondence Baha'i Reference
Tablet to an Oriental Jew Commentary Hurqlaya(incomplete)
Tablet to Aqa Husayn General, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Aqa Mirza Aqa Afnan (I) General, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Aqa Mirza Aqa Afnan (II) Historical Baha'i Library(incomplete)
Tablet to Aqa Siyyid Mirza Afnan Letter, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Ashraf (Lawhi-i Ashraf) Letter, pastoral Windflower Translations
Tablet to Badi`u'llah Devotional Baha'i Reference
Tablet to be recited for receiving inspiration through dreams Pastoral Adib Masumian
Tablet to Czar Alexander II Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Dhabih Covers many important topics Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Diya Pastoral Baha'i Teachings(excerpt)
Tablet to Fatimeh Begum General correspondence Nayriz
Tablet to Hardegg
(Lawh-i Hartik)
Commentary, proclamatory Hurqalya
Tablet to Haji `Ali Langarud General correspondence
Includes a prayer
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Haji Mirza Haydar-`Ali (I) Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Haji Mirza Haydar-`Ali (II) Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Haji Mirza Haydar-`Ali (III) General correspondence Baha'i Library
Tablet to Haji Mirza Kamalu'd-Din On the sacrifice of Isaac/Ishmael Baha'i Library
Tablet to Haji Muhammad-Nasir-i-Qazvini General, proclamatory Baha'i Library
Tablet to Hasan-i-Shahabadi On the Seal of the Prophets Baha'i Library
Tablet to Ibrahim (I) Commentary Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Ibrahim (II) General, proclamatory Nayriz
Tablet to Jamal-i Burujirdi Commentary Baha'i Library
Tablet to Javad (I) General, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Javad (II) General, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Jinab-i Khalil, on detachment On the world's rejection Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Jinab-i-Mulla 'Ali-Akbar fi ardi'l-alif Letter, proclamatory
Includes important prayer for aid
Baha'i Library
Tablet to Khalil, Muballigh-i Shirazi
(Lawh-i Muhammad Ibrahim Khalil, Muballigh-i Shirazi)
Letter mysticism Hurqalya(incomplete)

Tablet to... (M - Z)

Name of tabletDescriptionWebsite and link
Tablets to Maryam General correspondence
Historical
Baha'i Studies
Baha'i Library
Tablet to Manikchi Sahib
(Lawḥ-i-Manikchi-Ṣaḥib)
Commentary Baha'i Library
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Ma'sum Khan General correspondence Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Mihraban
(Lawh-i-Mihraban)
Proclamatory Baha'i Library(excerpt)
Tablet to Muhammad-`Ali (I) General correspondence Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Muhammad-`Ali (II) General correspondence Baha'i Reference
Tablets to Muhammad Shafi General correspondence Nayriz
Tablet to Napoleon III (I) Proclamatory Baha'i Library(incomplete)
Tablet to Napoleon III (II) Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Nasir
(Lawh-i Nasir)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Tablet to Nasiri'd-Din Shah Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Pope Pius IX Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Queen Victoria Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Salman on Detachment
(Lawh-i salman I)
Commentary and prayer Windflower
Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet to Sarraj
(Lawh-i sarraj)
Commentary Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet to Shah-Muhammad-Amin
(Lawh-i-Aminu'l-Bayan)
General correspondence
Re the martyrs of Miyan Duab
Baha'i Library(excerpt)
Tablet to Shaykh Fani Commentary
Re unity and union of God
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Shaykh Kazim-i-Samandar
(Lawh-i-Shaykh Kazim-i-Samandar II)
General correspondence
Re the Wolf and She-Serpent
Baha'i Library
Tablet to Siyyid-i Mihdiy-i Dahaji
(Lawḥ-i-Siyyid-i-Mihdiy-i-Dahaji)
General correspondence
Re aiding God with words
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to the Kings Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet to The Times of London Proclamatory Baha'i Library(incomplete)
Tablet to the Zoroastrians
(Lawh-i Dustan-i Yazdani)
Commentary Windflower
Baha'i Reference
Tablet to Vafa   See Surah of Fidelity
Tablet to Varqa See and hear for oneself Baha'i Reference(excerpt)
Tablet to Varqa
About the Prince and King of Martyrs
(Lawh-i-Varqa
dar barih-yi-Mahbubu wa Sultanu'sh-Shuhada)
Commentary on the martyrdom Baha'i Library(incomplete)

A list of translations that are found on the Internet - that is, found on this site and elsewhere - and links to them. The list is in alphabetical order according to the English title. The original title of the work is also given, where appropriate. This page lists all translations whose name begins with "Tablet of/on".

Tablet of/on... (A - S)

Name of tabletDescriptionWebsite and link
Tablet of Ahmad (Arabic) General Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Ahmad (Persian) General Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Reference
These constitute over half the tablet.
Tablet of All Food
(Lawh-i kull al-ta'im)
Commentary Hurqalya
Tablet on Ayyam-i-Ha Law Adib Masumian
Tablet of Bounty Letter Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Carmel
(Lawh-i Karmil)
Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Divine Unity
(Lawh-i Tawhid)
Commentary Adib Masumian
Tablet of Eternity
(Lawh al-baqa')
Letter Hurqalya
Tablet of Friendship Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Fu'ad
(Lawh-i Fu'ad)
An account of hell Baha'i Reference
Windflower
Tablet of Job   See Surah of Patience
Tablet of Joseph Commentary Baha'i Library
Tablet of Kamal Letter Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Manifestation
(Lawh-i zuhur)
Commentary Hurqalya
Baha'i Library
Tablet of Maqsud
(Lawh-i Maqsud)
Law Baha'i Reference
Tablet on Marriage Law Baha'i Library
Tablet of Medicine
(Lawh-i Tibb)
Commentary Hurqalya
Baha'i Library
Baha'i Library
Tablet of Naw Ruz Devotional Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Pilgrimage (Baghdad)
(Lawh-i Hajj II)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Hurqalya
Tablet of Pilgrimage (Shiraz)
(Lawh-i Hajj I)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Hurqalya
Tablet of Rida' Commentary Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Ridvan   See "Ridvan-related tablets"
Tablet of Seven Questions Commentary Baha'i Reference
Baha'i Library

Title: Tablet of/on... (T - Z)

Name of tabletDescriptionWebsite and link
Tablet of the Bell
(Lawh-i Naqus)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Baha'i Library
Hurqalya
Tablet of the Birth of the Bab (I) Devotional Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Birth of the Bab (II) Devotional Hurqalya
Tablet of the Birth of the Greatest Name(I)
(Lawḥ-i milād-i ism-i a`ẓam)
Devotional Hurqalya
Tablet of the Birth of the Greatest Name (II)
(Lawh-i-imawlud-i-'ism-i-'azam)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Tablet of the Branch Law-related Baha'i Library
Tablet of the City of the Divine Unity
(Lawh-i madinat al-tawhid)
Commentary Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of the Call of Moses
(Lawh-i ba'athi musa)
Commentary Hurqalya
Tablet of the Cloud General Baha'i Reference(incomplete)
Tablet of the Command Proclamatory, historical Baha'i Reference
Tablet on the Daystar of Divine Beauty
(Lawh-i-Shams-i-Jamál-i-Ilahí)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Tablet of the Deathless Youth
(Lawh-i-Ghulamu'l-Khuld)
Devotional Baha'i Library
Tablets on the Divine Test Historical Windflower
Tablet of the Fear of God
(Lawh-i tuqa)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Tablet of the Garden of Ridvan
(Lawh-i-Bagh-i-Ridvan)
  See "Ridvan-related tablets"
Tablet of the Hair Devotional Hurqalya
Baha'i Library
Tablet of the Holy Mariner
(Lawh Mallah al-Quds)
Devotional Windflower(Arabic section)
Baha'i Reference(Arabic section)
Windflower(Persian section)
Baha'i Library(both sections)
Tablet of the Houri
(Lawh-i Huriyyih)
Devotional Windflower
Tablet of the Howdah
(Lawh-i howdaj/Samsun) (incomplete)
Devotional Hurqalya
Tablet of the Land of Ba (Beirut) Historical Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Land of Ta (Tehran) Historical Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Paradise (or Ridvan) of Justice (Lawh-i Ridvan al-`adl)   See "Garden of Justice"
Tablet of the Premier (Ali Pasha) Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Proof Historical, proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet on the Qa'im and Qayyum Commentary Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of the Ridvan of Enthronment
(Lawh-i Ridwan al-Iqrar)
Devotional Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet on the Right of the People
(Lawh-i haqq al-nas)
Philosophical Windflower Translations(includes the Persian) Baha'i Studies
Tablet of the Sacred Night
(Lawh-i Laylat al-Quds)
Devotional Windflower
Tablet of the Son Commentary Windflower
Tablet of the Soul-stirring Springtime Proclamatory Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Sun of the Divine Beauty
(Lawh Shams-i Jamal-i ilahi)
Devotional Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of the Traveler
(Lawh-i sayyah)
Proclamatory Hurqalya
Tablet of the Ultimately Real
(Lawh-i haqq)
Proclamatory Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of the Uncompounded Reality
(Lawh-i basit al-haqiqa)
Commentary Baha'i Library
Tablet of the Veil
(Lawh-i Qina')
Letter mysticism Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of the Waves
(Lawh-i amvaj)
Commentary Hurqalya
Tablet of the World Law Baha'i Reference
Tablet of the Vision
(Lawh-i Ru'ya)
Devotional Windflower
Hurqalya
Tablet of Tribulations
(Lawh-i Balaya)
Biographical, historical Kashkul
Tablet of Unity
(Lawh-i Ittihad)
Commentary Windflower
Baha'i Library
Tablet of Visitation for the Bab and Baha'u'llah Devotional Baha'i Reference
Tablet of Visitation for Haji Shaykh
Muhammad Ali, Nabil ibn Nabil
Devotional Hurqalya
Tablet of Visitation for Imam Husayn Devotional Baha'i Library
Tablet of Visitation for Khadijih Begum Devotional H-Baha'i
Tablet of Visitation for Tahirih Devotional Hurqalya(incomplete)
Tablet of Visitation for Vahid Devotional Nayriz
Tablet of Wisdom Commentary Baha'i Reference
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