The Kitáb-i-Aqdas Project
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Introducing the people involved in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas Project
||Romane. From Glenwood in South-East Queensland, Australia.
||Barbara. Developed A Study Guide for the The Kitáb-i-Aqdas, that is included with the Kitáb-i-Aqdas Project.
No website is truly complete without having a list of links to other relevant websites, whether major or minor, official or private.
The first set of links are official sites of the Bahá’í Faith, the second set are unsorted in any way and are the efforts of individuals, while the third set are the personal websites of the collaborators in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas Project.
Bahá’í World Centre and other Official links
Bahá’í Reference Library
An online searchable library of Bahá’í Sacred Texts and other works. An effort of the Bahá’í World Centre.
Bahá’í Media Bank
A collection of images on communities, individuals, Holy Places and other Bahá’í subjects.
The Life of Bahá’u’lláh
“A Photographic Narrative”. “The photographs that follow give a glimpse into the extraordinary life of Bahá’u’lláh, known to the worldwide Bahá’í community as the latest Manifestation of God. They present His story in pictures…”
Dayspring Children’s Magazine
Dayspring Magazine Online is “under the auspices of the National Spiritual Assembly of the United Kingdom”, and has been “created as a resource for those who are interested in the Bahá’í education of children”.
Other Bahá’í links
The Kitáb-i-Aqdas. The Most Holy Book.
To quote briefly from the ‘About’ page: Even though there are plenty of sites available with the content, I still hope this site can provide something of use, mainly thanks to the search, cross-referencing and fullindex functions
. A beautiful and nicely laid out presentation of the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, very navigable and pleasing to the eye. The search function is a most useful addition and works well.
The Kitáb-i-Aqdas presented in Arabic. Includes audio files chanted in Arabic. For those who do not read Arabic, the mouse cursor can be hovered at the end of the paragraph to get an English translation. Whether wishing to read the Kitáb-i-Aqdas in the Arabic, or to listen to the chanting (whether one speaks Arabic or no), a visit will not be wasted.
Quickly and efficiently search through over a thousand volumes of the world’s Sacred Texts and other associated works.
The following description has been extracted from the ‘About’ page: “Bahaikipedia is a free, multilingual, open-content collaborative encyclopedia on the Bahá’í Faith. It exists to make all factual information about the Bahá’í Faith easily accessible in a single location.
Bahá'í Library Online
A massive online collection of Bahá’í materials. Includes both published and unpublished material.
Think “Ocean” online. From the ‘About’ page : “It contains over 4000 documents in a growing list of languages. You can get the Windows version for your PC with even more tools and features. This site and the Windows PC version are freeware
New Day Calendar
Available for free download, NDC Software have created a calendar that functions almost completely on the Bahá’í calendar, rather than being a converter from the Gregorian calendar. Includes sunrise/sunset times, and the capacity to convert from a Bahá’í date to a Gregorian date (including a copy/paste function).
From the home page of the website : “The Bahá’í Toolbar for Internet Explorer and Firefox has been designed and created in order to provide Bahá’ís around the world with fast and easy access to key Bahá’í resources on the world wide web
The ‘About’ page provides its best description : “Welcome to doubletake.tv, where you will find that there is always another way to look at the world around you. Here you can watch multilingual, multicultural content with substance. Our videos are submitted from every corner of the globe and feature stories that make you think twice.
Personal websites of the collaborators
Romane’s homepage. Includes a link to the Bahá’í Glossary found in the Kitab-i-aqdas Project, and a (very slowly accruing) list of the Names of God. Under (quite sporadic) redevelopment – this was for a considerable time the home of the Kitáb-i-Aqdas Project.