Covenant Library Unified Index


Part I of this index consists of the titles of Tablets and Writings of Bahá'u'lláh. Part II contains all other general entries. Titles of Tablets and books are italicized. Footnotes are indicated by the abbreviation 'n.' after the page number; if the name or subject occurs both in the text and in a note, this is indicated by 'p. -- and n.'. Principal themes are shown by bold figures.

The actual Writings which are currently included in this library are linked by their names. Click here to switch to the flat version of this page.

Key:

{DBNN} = Dawn-Breakers, Nabíl's Narrative
{ESW}  = Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
{GL}   = Gleanings From The Writings Of Bahá'u'lláh
{GPB}  = God Passes By
{KA}   = The Kitáb-i-Aqdas
{ROB1} = The Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Volume 1 (Baghdad 1853-63)
{ROB2} = The Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Volume 2 (Adrianople 1863-68)
{ROB3} = The Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Volume 3 (Akka, The Early Years 1868-77)
{ROB4} = The Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Volume 4 (Mazra'ih & Bahjí 1877-92)
{SVFV} = The Seven Valleys And The Four Valleys
{TOB}  = Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas

I. TABLETS AND WRITINGS OF BAHÁ'U'LLÁH
'Nine Categories'
Alwáh-i-Maryam,
{ROB1: 13}
Maryam (cousin of Bahá'u'lláh), recipient of, {ROB1: 12-13, 61, 122, 124}
Asl-i-Kullu'l-Khayr (Words of Wisdom), see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Az-Bágh-i-Iláhí (ode), {ROB1: 211, 218-20}
Bishárát, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Epistle to the Son of the Wolf,
{GPB: 219, 238}
{ROB1: quoted, 10, 50, 249, 251-2, 253-4}
{ROB2: 206; quoted, 43, 95-6, 223, 230, 247, 270, 350, 400}
{ROB3: 390}
{ROB4: chs. 24-25, Appendix III}
{TOB: 203}
Anthology of Bahá'u'lláh's Writings,
on
calumnies of Azalís, {ROB4: 405}
Presence of God, {ROB4: 408}
suffering, {ROB4: 402}
use of force, {ROB4: 377-8}
worthlessness of world, {ROB4: 249}
re-revelation of Tablets,
{ROB4: 372-4}
quotes from His own Writings, {ROB4: 153n.}
Tablet for Hájí Muhammad-Ibráhím, {ROB4: 153n., 405}
To kings and rulers,
{ROB4: 388}
Bahá'u'lláh proclaims Himself as King of Kings, {ROB3: 111}
to Napoleon III,
{ROB4: 249, 434}
see also To The Kings and Rulers
to Queen Victoria,
{ROB4: 434}
see also To The Kings and Rulers
Teachings, exposition of, {ROB4: 371-2}
Divine Assurance, {ESW: 9, 18, 21, 36, 39, 53, 76, 85}
Doubters, {ESW: 131-134, 135}
Exhortations of, {ESW: 22, 23, 24, 29, 38, 75, 93}
Hádíy-i-Dawlat-Ábádí, addressed in,
{ROB4: 47}
Hájí Mírzá Hádíy-i-Dawlat Ábádí,
{ROB1: 251}
{ROB4: 174-6, 412, 435, 438}
{TOB: 42 and n., 43-4, 79}
see also Tarázát
Shaykh Muhammad-Taqí ('The Son of the Wolf', Aqa Najafi), addressed to,
{GPB: 201}
{ROB4: 79, 175, 314}
{TOB: 203}
God addresses the Son of the Wolf, {ROB4: 371}
prayer for, see Prayers
summons to, {ROB4: 409-12}
see also Lawh-i-Burhán/Muhammad-Báqir (Wolf)
Writings of The Báb quoted, {ROB4: 47-8}
Fire Tablet, see Lawh-i-QadIhtaraqa'l-Mukhlisún
Four Valleys, The,
{GPB: 122, 140}
{ROB1: 104}
Shaykh 'Abdu'r-Rahmán-i-Karkúkí, recipient of,
{ROB1: 62, 104}
{SVFV: xiii}
Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh,
Kitáb-i-Aqdas, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Kitáb-i-Íqán, see Kitáb-i-Íqán

Lawh-i-'Abdu'l-Vahháb,
{ROB2: 286}
{ROB4: 41}
Lawh-i-Ahmad (Persian), see Lawh-i-Ahmad
Lawh-i-Ashraf,
{ROB2: 230-2; quoted, 120, 231}
Siyyid Ashraf-i-Zanjání, recipient of,
{ROB2: 175n., 223-30, 435}
{TOB: 79 and n.}
Sacrifice of, {GL: 135}
Story of, {GPB: 199-200, 233}
see also Umm-i-Ashraf
Lawh-i-Dunyá (Tablet to Afnán), see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Karmil, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Khalíl (Tablet to Khalíl), {GL: XXXIII, XXXVIII, LXXVII, CXXVII, CXXXVI}
{ROB2: 261}
Lawh-i-Laylatu'l-Quds (Tablet of the Holy Night), {ROB2: 164, 188-90; quoted 188-9}
Lawh-i-Mánikchí Sáhib,
{ROB3: 270-71; quoted, 271}
Mánikchí Sáhib, recipient of {ROB3: 269-70}
Lawh-i-Maqsúd, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Nasír (Tablet to Nasír) {GL: LIII, LXXV},
{ROB2: 39, 245, 247-55; quoted, 248-9}
{ROB4: 383}
Hájí Muhammad-Nasír of Qazvín, recipient of,
{ROB2: 245-7}
{ROB4: 383, 434}
Lawh-i-Ra'ís (Persian, Tablet to Ra'ís),
{ROB3: 33-4, 34n., 36, 87, 99n., 100n., 103}
{ROB4: 437}
'Álí Páshá, Grand Vizir, Turkish Prime Minister, addressed to,
{GPB: 105, 141, 146}
{ROB1: 225, 227, 244}
{ROB2: 55, 57, 312, 398, 401, 411, 413-14}
{ROB3: 34, 36, 91, 99n., 100n., 109, 419}
Bahá'u'lláh foretells downfall of, {GPB: 208}
fate of, {GPB: 231}
Tablet to, {GPB: 174, 208}
Barracks of 'Akká, referred to, {ROB3: 36}
on Turkish Empire, {ROB3: 36-7}
'Show of Sultán Salím', {ROB3: 99 and n., 103}
see also Súriy-i-Ra'ís, Lawh-i-Fu'ád
Lawh-i-Salmán (Tablet to Salmán, Tablet to Shaykh), {GL: XXI, CXLVIII, CLIV, CLX}
I,
{ROB2: ch. 13, 291}
{ROB3: quoted, 89-90}
{ROB4: 172}
Bahá'u'lláh, on His sufferings, {ROB3: 26}
on those who refute arguments of enemies of Faith, {ROB3: 89}
II,
{ROB3: 25-6; quoted, 157}

Shaykh Salmán of Hindíyán, recipient of,
{ROB1: 109-113, 255-6}
{ROB2: 67, 168, 208, 263, 283, 384, 400}
{ROB3: 25-6, 174-5 and n.}
{ROB4: 325}
see also Tablet of Madínatu't-Tawhíd
Lawh-i-Siráj (Tablet of Siráj), {GL: L, XCVII}
{ROB2: 262-3, 269; quoted, 268}
{ROB3: 89}
Mullá 'Alí-Muhammad-i-Siráj, recipient of {ROB2: 262}

Súriy-i-Damm, {ROB2: 236-40}
Súriy-i-Vafá, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas

Tablet of Madínatu't-Tawhíd (The City of Unity),
{ROB1: 109, 113, 116, 117-19; quoted, 118}
Bahá'u'lláh describes God, {ROB1: 114-16}
Shaykh Salmán of Hindíyán, recipient of, see Lawh-i-Salmán
Tablet of Visitation to Baghdád House (Tablet to Muhammad),
Nabíl-i-A'zam, recipient of, see Gleanings/Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam

Tablet to 'Alí, {GL: C, CXLII}
Tablet to Constantinople, see Súriy-i-Mulúk
Tablet to Hájí Muhammad Ismá'íl-i-Káshání (Dhabíh)
Hájí Muhammad Ismá'íl-i-Káshání, recipient of, see Súriy-i-Ra'ís
Tablet to Hakim,
Tablet to Husayn,
Tablet to Javád,
Tablet to Kamál,
Hájí Mírzá Kamálu'd-Dín, recipient of, see Lawh-i-Kullu't-Ta'ám (Tablet of All Food)
Tablet to Kings, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas, Tablet to Queen Victoria
Tablet to Kings of Christendom, see Súriy-i-Mulúk
Tablet to Letter of the Living,
see also Letters of the Living
Tablet to Minister of Sháh, see Súriy-i-Mulúk
Tablet to Mírzá Hádí-i-Qazvíní, {GL: LXXIII, LXXXIII, CXXIV}
{ROB2: 144}
man's attainments dependent on spiritual capacity, {ROB3: 63-4}
Mírzá Hádí-i-Qazvíní (15th Letter of the Living, son of Mullá 'Abdu'l-Vahháb-i-Qazvíní),
The Báb's Tablet to, {DBNN: xxi}
see also Letters of the Living
Tablet to Muhammad, see Gleanings/Tablet of Visitation to Baghdád House
Tablet to Muhammad-'Alí,
Tablet to Mustafá,
Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam,
{ROB3: 26-7}
Mullá Muhammad i-Zarandí (Nabíl-i-A'zam, the chronicler), recipient of,
{DBNN: 169, 434, 580, 586, 592}
{GPB: 3, 9, 113, 125, 126, 134, 137, 138, 147, 152, 155, 156, 160, 161, 166, 167, 169, 171, 176, 188, 199}
{KA: n172, n178, n179}
{ROB1: 41, 48, 69, 91n., 117n., 131, 132, 202-6, 212, 221, 284}
{ROB2: 59, 114, 140, 166, 236, 240, 276, 293}
{ROB3: 5-10, 56-7, 60, 74, 176-7, 209}
{ROB4: 84, 106-8, 113, 210, 241, 243-4, 329-30}
{TOB: 73}
account of Ascension of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 414-17, 418-19}
chosen to select passages for Tablet of Visitation, {GPB: 222}
describes Bahá'u'lláh at His declaration, {GPB: 153}
drowns himself, {GPB: 222}
The Dawn Breakers, his narrative,
{KA: n171-n172, n178-n179}
{ROB3: 240, 254-5, 419}
poetry about Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 107-8}
quoted, {ROB1: 138, 204-5, 209, 220, 228-9, 265-6, 275-6, 281, 325-6, 327-30}
Tablet revealed in Alexandria, in honour of, {ROB3: 7}
thrown into prison, {GPB: 178}
see also Gleanings/Tablet of Visitation to Baghdád House, Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Tablet to Napoleon III (Second), see Tablet to Napoleon III
Tablet to Shaykh Mahmúd, {ROB1: 33}
Tablet to Sultán 'Abdu'l-'Azíz, see Súriy-i-Mulúk
Tablet to Tihrán, {GL: LV, LXIII, LXIV }
Tablet regarding visit to, {GL: LXIII}
see also Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Tablet to Turkish Ministers, see Súriy-i-Mulúk

Misc. Topics,
Acquiescence, {GL: 133, 290, 299}
Annas, {GL: 83}
Herald, {GL: 43}
Holy Ghost, {GL: 103}
Mustagháth, time of {GL: 73}
Poison, {GL: 189}
Rebirth, {GL: 196, 213, 231, 269}
Recompense, {GL: 6, 36, 46, 129, 278}
Sacrifice,
{GL: 265}
of Husayn, {GL: 76}
Soliciting, how regarded, {GL: 202}
"The Kingdom is God's", {GL: 11, 31, 33, 35, 42, 44, 199, 210, 260, 343}
Writing to defend Cause, {GL: 330}
Halih-Halih-Yá-Bishárat (ode), {ROB1: 211, 219}
Hidden Words, The,
{GPB: 140}
{KA: n23, n37}
{ROB1: ch. 6, 107n.}
{ROB2: quoted, 31-2, 36, 84, 95, 96-7, 216, 217, 219, 221, 233, 238, 280, 281-2, 350}
{ROB3: quoted, 10, 35, 325, 356-7, 370, 376, 378}
{ROB4: 53, 68, 82, 283, 319, 340, 414, 433}
{TOB: 36}
Bahá'u'lláh's reference to,
{ROB1: 78}
excerpts from, {ESW: 15, 16}
'Hidden Book' of Fátimih,
{ESW: 15, 81, 99, 100}
{ROB1: 71}
{GPB: 140}
Fátimih (Chaste One), daughter of the Prophet Muhammad,
{GPB: 347}
{ROB1: 71-2}
{ROB4: 91n., 433}
{TOB: 206 and n., 213 and n., 214 and n.}
major themes of, {ROB1: 72, 75, 77, 78-80}
manner of its Revelation, {ROB1: 71}
potential influence of, {ROB1: 77}
terms, see Terms in Holy Writings
various subjects:
Bahá'u'lláh's prescription for man, {ROB1: 78-80}
calamity, {ROB1: 79, 149}
Covenant of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB1: 80-2}
Covenant of God with man, {ROB1: 72, 79}
death, {ROB1: 79}
detachment,
{ROB1: 74-7, 79-80}
{ROB4: 68}
interpretations of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {ROB1: 80-3}
love, {ROB1: 79, 80}
prayer at dawn, {ROB1: 79}
pride, {ROB1: 77, 79, 81}
purity of heart, {ROB1: 79}
soul of man, {ROB1: 72-5, 78-80}
Húr-i-'Ujáb (The Wondrous Maiden), {ROB1: 211, 218}
Hurúfát-i-'Állín (The Exalted Letters), also titled Musíbát-i-Hurúfát-i-'Álíyát
{ROB1: 122-5}
Mírzá Muhammad-i-Vazír (cousin of Bahá'u'lláh), to memory of {ROB1: 122-3}
Ishráqát, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Javáhiru'l-Asrár (The Essence of Mysteries), {ROB1: 151-2}
Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Kitáb-i-'Ahdí, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Kitáb-i-Aqdas (The Most Holy Book, Most Great Book, Bahá'u'lláh's Book of Laws, Mother Book),
{ESW: 128, 148}
{GL: XXXVII, LVI, LXX, LXXI, LXXII, XCVIII, CV, CLV, CLIX, CLXVI}
{GPB: 14, 139, 177, 206, 207, 208, 209, 213-219, 254, 255, 326, 328}
{ROB1: 26, 60, 153, 160, 212, 301; quoted, 47, 124, 134, 280}
{ROB2: 120, 122, 130, 240, 354-5, 389; quoted, 36, 265, 304-5}
{ROB3: 108, 147, 240, 274, chs. 13-17, 399, 400}
{ROB4: 123, 138-9, 160, 212, 399, 400, 417}
{TOB: 85, 93, 128 and n., 132, 200, 221, 262, 264, 267}

Character of, {KA: viii, 12-16}
Charter of world civilization, {ROB3: 294, 393}
Publication of,
circulation gradual, {KA: 8, n126}
original Arabic text, {KA: 9}
translation of,
{ROB3: 276n., 283-4}
English translation, {KA: vii-viii, 9-11}
withholding Kitáb-i-Aqdas, {ROB4: 249}
Relationship to past Dispensations,
anticipated by Prophet Isaiah, {KA: 12}
anticipated by writer of the Apocalypse, {KA: 12}
embraces all, {KA: 16}
Holy Books of, {KA: 2, 12-13}
Bayán, {KA: 7-8, K142, n108, n109}
laws of, see Abrogation of laws and practices
provisions rest on their foundations, {KA: 1-2}
see also Bahá'u'lláh
Relation to World Order,
{ROB3: 281, 294, 308}
World Order of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GL: 7, 136, 219, 313, 331, 333}
{GPB: 79, 223, 324, 325, 329-351}
Architect of, {GPB: 245}
birth of, {GPB: 244}
influence of, {GPB: xi}
Revealed in 'Akká (1873),
{GPB: 213-216}
{KA: 8-9, 12-13, 16, K98, n126}
{ROB3: 274, 393}
circumstances of, {ROB3: 279, 393}
date, {KA: 8, 12, K98, n126}
most signal act of Bahá'u'lláh's ministry, {KA: 12}
see also 'Akká/'Údí Khammár, house of, Bahá'u'lláh/His Revelation
Significance,
{KA: viii, 1, 12-16, K186}
brightest emanation of Author's mind, {KA: 12}
Charter of future world civilization,
{KA: 1-2, 12-14, n189}
see also Order, World
Most Holy Book, {KA: 1, 162}
Mother Book of Bahá'í Dispensation,
{GL: 34, 99, 199}
{KA: 1, 11, 12, K103, n129}
{ROB3: 147, 164, 275}
{TOB: 21, 48, 51, 52, 74, 75, 104, 244, 247}
"Unerring Balance" established amongst men,
{KA: 13, 15}
Balance, Book of God as, {KA: 15, K99, K148, K183}
Synopsis and Codification of,
{GPB: 411}
{KA: vii-viii, 141-164}
{ROB3: 284}
Law(s) of, Ordinances, Precepts,
{KA: 2-9, 12-16, 145-162}
{ROB3: 276ff., 281, 292-4, 295-8}
{ROB4: 114, 116, 299-300, 321, 421, 423, 433}
"Govern three areas", {KA: 4}
Abrogation of laws and practices, Annulment of laws,
{KA: 4, 159}
supersede former laws and customs,
{KA: 1-2, K138, n93}
relation to laws of the Báb,
{KA: 7-8, K65, K129, K139-K142, K179, n108-n109, n163, n168}
see also Bayán
see also Relationship to past Dispensations
antecedents, {KA: n16, n20, n93, n168}
application, Implementation of laws,
mutatis mutandis, to men and women equally, {KA: 7, n38, n133}
progressive, {KA: 5-7, n89, n126}
in relation to Civil Law, {KA: 6}
binding on every Bahá'í and Bahá'í institution, {KA: 6-7}
brevity, {KA: 4-7}
Burial, Funeral, Graves,
{KA: 157}
burial rings, {KA: K128-K129, Q70, n149}
coffin,
{KA: K128, n149}
of Concrete, {KA: n149}
Wood for, {KA: K128, n149}
cremation prohibited, {KA: n149}
expenses, {KA: K28, Q9, Q69, n47}
one hour's journey, {KA: K130, Q16, n149, n152}
shroud, {KA: K130, Q56, n149, n151}
see also Prayer for the Dead
central themes, {KA: 4, 13-15}
characterized by Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: 15-16}
breath of life, {KA: 16, K2}
hearts will rejoice through, {KA: K96}
keys of mercy, {KA: K3}
lamps of loving providence, {KA: K3, K29}
Most Great Law, {KA: K81}
not mere code of laws, {KA: 3, K5}
Water of Life, {KA: K29}
weightiest testimony unto all people, {KA: 3}
Commandments of God, {KA: n188}
designed for future state of society, {KA: 5-6, n78, n86}
elaboration,
by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: 8-9, 91-92}
by Universal House of Justice see Bahá'í Faith
supplementary to the Kitáb-i-Aqdas,
{KA: viii, 8-9, 91-102}
Questions and Answers, on the laws of the Kitáb-i-Aqdas,
{GPB: 219, 383}
{KA: vii, viii, 9, 103-140}
{ROB1: 26}
{ROB3: 278-9, 284}
Zaynu'l-'Ábidín, Mullá (surnamed Zaynu'l-Muqarrabín), compilation made by,
{ROB1: 25-6}
{ROB2: 69, 335-6}
{ROB3: 223, 278, 359}
{ROB4: 105, 244}
{TOB: 133 and n.}
Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
embedded in spiritual commentary, {KA: 2}
enjoins, prescribes,
amity with followers of all religions,
{KA: 14, K144}
{ROB3: 369}
Monogamy, see Marriage
Exemptions from,
not viewed as prohibitions, {KA: n20, n55}
see Fasting, Huqúq'u'lláh, Prayer(s), Pilgrimage
Fasting,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 4, 14, K10, K16, 148-149}
{KI: 39-40}
{ROB3: 115, 281, 286, 293, 362}
{TOB: 109}
age of maturity for, {KA: K10, 148, n13, n25}
Bayán, laws of, confirmed, amplified or modified by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: n20, n26}
conditions,
{KA: 148-149}
abstinence from food and drink,
{KA: K17, n25, n32}
includes smoking, {KA: n32}
duration, {KA: K16-K17, 148, n26-n27}
during days other than prescribed, {KA: Q71, 149}
exemptions from, due to
age, {KA: K10, 149, n14, n25, n31}
Bahá'í Holy Days, {KA: Q36, n138}
illness, {KA: K10, K16, Q93, 149, n14, n31}
hard labour, {KA: Q76, 149, n31}
menstruation, {KA: K13, 149, n20, n31, n34}
pregnancy and nursing, {KA: K16, 149, n31}
traveling, {KA: K16, Q22, Q75, 148-149, n30-n31}
verses alternative to, {KA: K13, n34}
nearness to God, throguh, {KA: n25}
prayer for, see Prayer(s)
significance, {KA: K17, Q76, Q93, 148, n25}
time for, definition,
hours, {KA: K17, n17, n25}
Sunrise, {KA: K17, n25, n32}
Morning, {KA: K17, n25, n32}
Sunset, {KA: K17, n25, n32}
Evening, {KA: K17, n25, n32}
Night, {KA: K10, K17, n25, n32}
see also 'Alá'
see also Naw-Rúz, Twin Holy Birthdays, Declaration of The Báb
forbids,
Abuse
physical, {KA: K56, K148, n81}
verbal, {KA: K19, 91, n37}
Confession of Sins, Faults,
{KA: 2, K34, 158, n58}
{ROB3: 353}
Absolution of sins, {KA: K34, n58}
Contention and Violence,
{ROB3: 369}
Contention, {GL: 9, 277, 279, 296, 304}
Violence, {GL: 277, 303 }
Drinking, Liquors, Alcohol,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 14, K119, n2, n144, n170}
see also Intoxicants, Wine
Gambling, Games of chance, Raffles,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 14, K155, 158, n169}
Lotteries, {KA: n169}
Interpretation by followers, {ROB3: 374}
Monasticism,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 14, K36, 157, n61}
{ROB3: 352-3}
Opium, Habit-forming Drugs,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 14, K155, K190, n170}
{ROB3: 282, 439}
Cannabis, Hashish, Heroin, LSD, Marijuana, Peyote, {KA: n170}
Intoxicants, {KA: 14, K119, 158, n2, n144, n170}
Penance, {GPB: 214}
Slave Trading, see Slavery
Huqúq'u'lláh, see Bahá'í Faith
Inheritance, Estate, Heirs,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 4, 14, K20, Q5, 153-56, n38}
{ROB3: 281, 330}
absence of heirs, missing heirs,
children,
female, {KA: Q37, Q54, n42}
male, {KA: K26, Q41, Q72, n42, n45}
other categories, {KA: K22-K24}
reversion to House of Justice,
{KA: K24, Q100, n42}
children's allocation, {KA: K21, Q7}
Local Houses of Justice, {KA: K21-K22, Q6-Q7, Q28, Q33, Q41, Q72, Q100, 154-156, n38-n39, n42-n44}
male heirs' allocation, {KA: Q41, Q72, n44}
other categories' allocation, {KA: K22-K23, Q28, n38, n43}
teachers, {KA: Q28, Q33}
allocation of shares and property,
{KA: K20, Q5, n38}
brothers,
{KA: K20, Q5, Q6, Q53, n38, n39}
half-brothers, {KA: Q6, Q53, n39}
children,
{KA: K20, K22, K29, Q5, Q28, Q33, n38, n41}
female, daughter(s), {KA: K23, Q37, Q41, Q54, Q72, n38, n44-n45}
male, son(s),
{KA: K25, n44}
eldest, {KA: n38, n44, n66}
under age, {KA: K27, n46}
cousins, {KA: K23, n38}
father, {KA: K20, Q5, n38}
grandchildren, {KA: K26, n45}
mother, {KA: K20, Q5, n38}
nephews and nieces, {KA: K23, n38}
Non-Bahá'í(s), {KA: Q34, n38, n158}
sisters,
{KA: K20, Q5, n38}
half-sisters, {KA: Q6, Q53, n39}
spouse, {KA: K20, Q5, Q55, n38}
teachers,
{KA: K20, Q5, n38, n40}
non-Bahá'í, do not inherit, {KA: Q33}
uncles and aunts, {KA: K23, n38}
Bayán, laws of, confirmed, amplified or modified by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K20, Q100, 153, n38, n41}
clothing, distribution of,
{KA: K25, n44}
used, of deceased woman, {KA: Q37, Q78, n44}
debts, payment of, {KA: K28, Q9, Q69, Q80, n47}
funeral and burial expenses, {KA: K28, Q9, n47}
God, Bounties of, evidenced by provisions of inheritance, {KA: K29, Q100}
Huqúq'u'lláh, payment of, see Bahá'í Faith
Intestacy,
{KA: n38, n136}
inheritance law applies only in case of, {KA: n38}
jewelry, {KA: Q37, Q78, n44}
non-Bahá'í relatives and intestacy, {KA: Q34, n38}
residence, principle, {KA: K25, Q34, n44}
trustees, appointment for underage inheritors, {KA: K27, n46}
Will and testament, {KA: K109, Q69, n38, n137}
institutions ordained by,
{KA: 3-7, 13-14}
Guardianship, see Shoghi Effendi
House of Justice, see House(s) of Justice
integrity, seals affixed, {KA: K117, n143}
law of God, {ROB3: 292-3, 297}
law of Huqúq'u'lláh, see Bahá'í Faith
Murder, punishment for, {GPB: 214}
obedience to, observance of
{KA: K1}
all are charged with, {KA: Q10}
benefits, {KA: K7, K67, K97, K148}
brings True Liberty,
{GL: 92, 96, 99, 216, 260, 335, 336}
{GPB: 215}
{KA: 15, K122-K125, 163}
{ROB3: 298-300}
{TOB: 84, 89, 162}
moderation, {TOB: 169}
enjoined, {KA: K17, K29, K62, K67, K71, K147, K148, Q10}
linked with recognition of manifestation of God, {KA: K1}
love of God as motive for, {KA: K4, 163}
negligence,
{KA: K40, K134, K171}
warned against, {KA: K17, K30, K45, K106, K134, K138, K171, Q105, 160}
wisdom enjoined, {KA: 6}
particular to men see Men
particular to women see Women
Prohibitions, {KA: 4, 14, 16, 157-158}
purpose(s),
{KA: 2-3}
establishment of love, harmony, unity, {KA: K65, K70}
maintenance of order and security, {KA: K2}
protection and elevation of human station, {KA: K45, K97, K123-K125, K155, Q105}
Statutes of, {KA: 15-16}
summarized, {GPB: 214}
their implementation, {ROB3: 282, 286}
transgression forbidden, {KA: K2, K29, K30, K107}
Statements by Bahá'u'lláh,
Abasement, {KA: K138, K158, n57, n58, n171}
Addresses, Summons of Bahá'u'lláh to,
Human race, {KA: K59}
Kings and rulers:
{GL: CV}
{KA: K82}
{ROB3: 147-8, 156}
Francis Joseph, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary,
{GPB: 208}
{KA: 15, K85, 162, n116}
{ROB3: 150}
fate of, {GPB: 226}
reproved by Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 208}
Kaiser William I, Emperor of Germany, King of Prussia,
{GPB: 218, 226}
{KA: 15, K86, 162, n117-n118}
{ROB3: 113, 148-9}
Presidents of American Republics,
{GPB: 207}
{KA: 15, K88}
{ROB3: 155-6}
see also To The Kings and Rulers
Mírzá Yahyá, {ROB3: 373-4}
People of Bahá, {KA: K84}
Religious leaders, divines,
{GPB: 209}
{KA: K104}
{ROB3: 163-5, 240}
see also To The Kings and Rulers, Clergy
Summons to specific individuals and peoples, {KA: 15, 162-164}
Admonitions, {KA: 162}
Allegory, {KA: n2, n121, n127, n130}
Allusion(s), {KA: 164}
Anger,
{KA: K153, 161}
not to lose Temper, {KA: K153, 91-92, 161}
Antiques, {KA: n166}
Astronomy, {KA: n147}
Body
care of, {KA: K155, n104, n144, n170}
desires of the flesh, {KA: K2, K58, K64, n25}
respect for,
{KA: n149}
see also Burial
Feet, Foot,
travel on, {KA: Q75, n153}
washing of, see Cleanliness
Head, Hair,
Beard(s),
{KA: K159, 159, n175}
{TOB: 23}
Face see Ablutions, Qiblih
Hair does not invalidate prayer, {KA: K9, 148, n12}
Hair length, {KA: K44, n69}
shaving the head, {KA: K44, Q10, 158, n68, n69}
Hand(s)
kissing, {KA: 14, K34, 157, n57}
plunging into food, {KA: K46, 158, n73}
washing of see Ablutions
Nails, paring, {KA: K106, 162}
Semen, {KA: K74, 159, n103}
see also Cleanliness, Illness, Physicians
Business,
investment in, financial, {KA: K27}
place of, exempt from Huqúq, {KA: Q95}
Claim to Revelation,
{KA: K37, n62}
by Mírzá Yahyá, {KA: n190, n192}
Concepts, human, {KA: n93, n181}
Crystal, {KA: K50, K128, n15, n149}
Customs,
redefined and take on new meaning, {KA: n93}
see also Hadíth, Religion(s), Religious traditions
Debasement, {KA: K123}
Deceit, {KA: K165}
Denounces,
hypocrisy in religion, {ROB3: 355}
Turkish regime, {ROB3: 123, 151-2}
Desire,
corrupt, selfish, see Self
earthly, {KA: K89}
Passion(s), {KA: K2, K41, K64, K89, K184, 161}
wilderness of, {KA: K107}
Development, social and economic, {KA: K160, n53}
Differences,
between marriage partners, {KA: K69-K70, Q19, n100}
between people, {KA: K35}
between revealed verses, {KA: Q57, Q63, n109}
Disagreement, {KA: Q19, Q99}
resolution by reference to Sacred Text, {KA: K53}
Disbelief,
{KA: K141}
see also Recognition, Rejection
Discord, {KA: 92}
Discrimination, {KA: 14}
Disorder, spread not, {KA: K165}
Domestic help, Servant, {KA: K63, Q30, 157, n90}
Effigies, {KA: K31}
Eternity, {KA: K182}
exhortation(s),
{KA: 4, 14-15, 143, 156-162, K50, K55, K132, K134, K135, K136, K157, K183, n155, n172}
to clergy, {KA: K41, K100, K102, K165, K166}
to followers in, {GPB: 214, 215}
to kings, {KA: K82, K85, K86}
to people of Bayán, {KA: K137, K138, K139, K140, K141, K179}
first duty of human being, {KA: K1}
Expenses, {KA: K28, K69, Q47, Q69, n47, n125}
Family,
{KA: n76, n91, n133}
bedrock of society, {KA: n134}
Descendants,
{KA: Q6, n38}
Birthright of eldest son, {KA: K25, n44}
of Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: n66}
see also Aghsán
of Muhammad, {KA: n85}
Father,
{KA: K45, K107, n133}
instruction of son and daughter enjoined on, {KA: K48, Q105, n76}
son should serve, {KA: Q104}
Forefathers, {KA: K10, K180}
Mother, first educator, {KA: n76}
see also Inheritance, Marriage
Foolishness, {KA: K51, K89, K178}
Forbearance, {KA: 14, K153}
Godliness, {KA: K108, Q106}
healing and medicine, see Lawh-i-Tibb
Harm,
{KA: K123, K155, Q94, n170}
see also Bahá'í Faith/opposition to, Bahá'u'lláh/His sufferings
Head of the Faith,
{KA: n66, n125}
see also 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Universal House of Justice, Shoghi Effendi
Heroes, {KA: K94}
His Covenant and succession, Bahá'u'lláh's successor, see Covenant, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Shoghi Effendi, Mírzá Yahyá, Ahmad-i-Ahsá'í, Shaykh
Holy City,
{KA: 12, n114}
see also Jerusalem
Homemaking, {KA: n56}
Hospitality, {KA: 14, K16, K57, n29, n82}
House(s)
entering without permission of owner, {KA: K145, 158}
furnishings, renewal, {KA: K151, Q8, Q42, Q95, 162, n166}
Sacred, Twin, see Holy Places and Historical Sites
Imposter, {KA: K37}
Indulgence,
in carrying out laws, {KA: K45, 160}
of passions, {KA: K2, K64, 161}
see also Negligence
Invitations, {KA: K156, 161}
Jewellery,
{KA: Q37, Q78, n44, n166}
see also Inheritance
Journey,
Night, of Muhammad, {KA: n128}
of soul towards God, {KA: n92, n128, n149}
see also Travel
Judicial officer, religious, {KA: Q98}
Káf (the letter),
{KA: n188}
see also Land of Káf and Rá
lamentation,
{KA: K43, 161}
of Berlin see Berlin
Lost property, {KA: Q17, 157}
Lust, {KA: K64}
Marketplace,
{KA: K108, n135}
see also Public places
Material means, to make use of, {KA: K66, K113, 163}
Maturity, age of, Adult, Coming of age,
for Bahá'í administrative purposes, {KA: n49}
for betrothal and marriage, {KA: Q43, Q92, 150}
for performance of religious duties,
{KA: Q20, Q92, 146, n13, n25}
Prayer for the Dead and burial rings, see Prayer(s)
under-age inheritors, {KA: K27, n46}
see also Human race, coming of age
Medicine,
{KA: n144, n170}
see also Physicians
Middle Way, {KA: K43}
Neighbor,
behaviour towards, {KA: 2, 159, 161, n163}
treat neighbour as self, {TOB: 64}
Oppression,
{KA: K73, K88, K148, n170}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/His sufferings, Tyranny
Philanthropy,
{KA: n125}
see also Huqúq'u'lláh, Mashriqu'l-Adhkár, Zakát
Power,
of God see God
of kings, {KA: K86, K93, n118}
rational, {KA: n130}
of the tongue, {KA: K160}
Pretender, {KA: K37, K117, K184, n190}
Problems,
personal, {KA: n52}
solution of, {KA: 91}
Promise(s),
of Divine assistance, {KA: K38, K53, K74, 164}
fulfillment of promise, {KA: K35, K80, K156, n160}
obligation to fulfill, {KA: K67, K156}
see also Promised One, Progressive Revelation
Reciting verses of God,
{ROB3: 323-4}
in Mashriqu'l-Adhkár, {ROB3: 343-4}
Radiance, attitude enjoined when reading Writings, {KA: K149, Q68, n165}
Relief of poor or suffering, {KA: n53, n161}
Remembrance of God, {KA: K40, K43}
Reproofs, {KA: 162}
Respect for people of learning and accomplishment, {KA: n110}
Revenge, Vengeance, {KA: n86}
Reversal, Great, {KA: K157, n171, n172}
Sea of Purification, {KA: K75, n106}
Silver,
utensils, {KA: K46, 159, n72}
see also Dowry
Six Year Plan, {KA: vii}
Sovereign, Sign of the, {KA: K157, n171}
Spot, in reference to,
'Akká, {KA: K37, K81, K100, n63, n127}
Baghdád, {KA: K133, Q32, n154}
Constantinople, {KA: K89, n120}
Garden of Ridván, {KA: n107}
Qiblih, {KA: K6, n7, n8}
Shíráz, {KA: K133, Q32, n154}
Standing,
to deliver talks, {KA: n168}
movements of Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
for recitation of Prayer for the Dead, see Prayer(s)
State, matters of,
{KA: 91}
see also House(s) of Justice
Stewards, Chief,
{KA: n183}
see also Hands of the Cause
Study of
arts and sciences, {KA: K77, 160, n110}
Kitáb-i-Aqdas, {KA: viii, 7}
languages, {KA: K118, 161}
teachings, {KA: K149, K182}
see also Language(s), Interpretation of Sacred Text
teaching His Faith, {ROB3: 331, 383}
tribute to the 'learned', {ROB4: 38}
Trustees
of the House of Justice see House(s) of Justice
in inheritance law, see Inheritance
Trusted ones of the Merciful, {KA: 13, K30, 91, n51}
Unanimity in decision-making, {KA: Q99, n52}
'We are with You at all times', {ROB3: 383}
Writings of The Báb quoted,
{ROB3: 305-7}
Relationship to Bayán, see Bayán
Writings of Shaykh Muhammad-Hasan, {KA: n178}
Misc. Topics,
Next Manifestation of God, {ROB3: 398}
pride, {ROB3: 369-70}
prophecies,
{ROB3: 398}
future Bahá'í sovereigns, {ROB3: 159}
saintly life and character, {ROB3: 356-7}
standards set for Bahá'ís in Kitáb-i-Aqdas, {GPB: 214-215}
Statements by Shoghi Effendi,
{ROB3: 274, 281-2, 286, 294, 400, 420}
summary of contents, significance of, {GPB: 213-216}
Tihrán, {GL: LVI}
virtues, {ROB3: 356-7}
Kitáb-i-Badí',
{ROB1: 102, 250, 279}
{ROB2: ch. 17, 373-82}
Mírzá Mihdíy-i-Gílání, addressed to {ROB2: 370, 381}
Kitáb-i-Íqán (The Book of Certitude),
{ESW: 119}
{GL: XIII, XIX, XXII, XC, XCI, CXXV}
{GPB: 138, 139, 172}
{KA: n180, n182}
{ROB1: ch. 10, 152, 263, 332, see also Table of Contents}
{ROB2: 52, 68-70, 101, 219-20, 370; quoted, 232}
{ROB3: 39, 93, 98, 117, 245, 275, 302-3, 334, quoted 95}
{ROB4: 95, 136, 140, 152, 154, 207, 213, 295, 322, 329, 385, 421, 427-8, 438}
{TOB: 210}
dissemination of, {ROB1: 160}
effect on reader, {ROB1: 158-9, 161-2}
former title (Risáliy-i-Khál), {ROB1: 158}
Hájí Mírzá Muhammad-Karím Khán-i-Kirmání, Hájí Mírzá Karím Khán, admonished in,
{KA: K170, 164, n182}
{ROB1: 186n., Appendix IV}
{ROB3: 255}
Hájí Mírzá Siyyid Muhammad (uncle of The Báb), recipient of,
{ROB2: 69, 71}
Bahá'u'lláh addresses,
{ROB1: 186-9; also 180, 189, 198n.}
{ROB4: 329}
importance of, {ROB1: 153, 197}
original copy, {ROB1: 159}
revealed in two days and two nights, {GPB: 138}
summary of contents, significance of, {GPB: 138, 139}
various subjects:
contentment, {ROB1: 187}
fellowship with righteous, {ROB1: 187}
interpretation of former Scriptures, {ROB1: 162, 164-6, 171-2}
knowledge, {ROB1: 172-3, 185-6}
love, {ROB1: 187}
pride, {ROB1: 187}
purity of heart, {ROB1: 172, 187}
'seal' on Holy Books, see Terms in Holy Writings
unity of religions, {ROB1: 160-61}
written for a Muslim, {ROB1: 162}
See also Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh, Certitude, Detachment, Spirit/Holy, Manifestations of God, Báb, The/Qá'im, True Seeker
Lawh-i-Ahbáb (Tablet of the Friends),
{ROB3: 258-9}
holy and dedicated souls will arise, {ROB3: 259}
Mullá Muhammad-Sádiq-i-Khurásání (Mullá Sádiq, Muqaddas, Ismu'lláhu'l-Asdaq), Hand of the Cause of God, recipient of,
{ROB1: 92-3}
{ROB2: 110, 293n., 388}
{ROB3: 62-3, 253-60, 266-7}
{ROB4: 286, 301}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, Statements on, {ROB3: 259-60}
arrested and tortured, {GPB: 10}
conversion of, {DBNN: 100, 145, 184}
father of Hand of the Cause Ibn-i-Asdaq,
{ROB3: 266}
see Hands of the Cause of God/Ibn-i-Asdaq
on human character, {ROB3: 259}
on His sufferings, {ROB3: 259}
on teaching, {ROB3: 259}
Lawh-i-Ahmad (Tablet of Ahmad),
Arabic,
{ROB2: ch. 5, 116, 119-20; quoted, 123, 126}
{ROB3: 257}
{ROB4: 141}
Ahmad-i-Yazdí, recipient of,
{ROB2: 107-16}
{ROB3: 257}
on steadfastness, {ROB4: 141}
Persian, {GL: CLII, CLIII}
{ROB2: ch. 6; quoted, 139, 143-4, 147-8, 150}
Lawh-i-Aqdas, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Ard-i-Bá, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Áyiy-i-Núr (Tablet of The Verse of Light),
also titled Tafsír-i-Hurúfát-i-Muqatta'ih (Interpretation of the Isolated Letters),
{ROB1: 125-8}
Mírzá Áqáy-i-Rikáb-Sáz, recipient of,
(one of those present in the Masjid-i-Vakíl and heard the Báb, he afterwards suffered martyrdom),
{DBNN: 156}
{ROB1: 125}
Lawh-i-Ayyúb, see Súriy-i-Sabr
Lawh-i-Bahá
,
{ROB2: 171, 179-80}
Khátún Ján, revealed in honour of,
{ROB2: 171-80}
Hájí Asadu'lláh, father of,
(a noted merchant of Qazvín, one of the first to be martyred in Qazvín),
{DBNN: 281}
Lawh-i-Bulbulu'l-Firáq (Tablet of the Nightingale of Bereavement), {ROB1: 244-5}
Lawh-i-Burhán, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Dunyá, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Fitnih (Tablet of the Test),
{ROB1: 128-9, 135-6}
Princess Shams-i-Jihán (entitled Fitnih), recipient of {ROB1: 128-9}
Lawh-i-Fu'ád,
{ROB2: 375}
{ROB3: ch. 5, 151; quoted, 87}
{ROB4: 437}
Fu'ád Páshá (Foreign Affairs Minister of Sultan 'Abdu'l- Azíz of Turkey), addressed to
{ROB1: 225}
{ROB2: 312, 398}
{ROB3: 87, 419}
{ROB4: 242}
fate of, {GPB: 231}
on Turkish Empire, {ROB3: 87}
see also Súriy-i-Ra'ís, Lawh-i-Ra'ís
Lawh-i-Ghulámu'l-Khuld (Tablet of The Youth of Paradise), {ROB1: 211, 213-14}
Lawh-i-Haft Pursish (Tablet of Seven Questions), {ROB3: 272; quoted, 272}
Lawh-i-Hawdaj (Tablet of the Howdah),
{GPB: 157}
{ROB2: 6-7, 16}
Lawh-i-Hikmat, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Hirtík (Tablet of Hirtík), {ROB3: 29-30}
Lawh-i-Húríyyih (Tablet of the Maiden),
{ROB1: 125}
{ROB3: 223}
Lawh-i-Ittihád (Tablet of Unity),
{ROB4: 191-6}
on power of unity, {ROB4: 194-5}
Muvását (Equality) is noblest quality of man, {ROB4: 195}
Lawh-i-Karmil, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Khalíl,
{ROB2: 259-61}
Hájí Muhammad-Ibráhím-i-Qazvíní (Khalíl), recipient of {ROB2: 259}
Lawh-i-Kullu't-Ta'ám (Tablet of All Food),
{ROB1: 55-60 passim}
Hájí Mírzá Kamálu'd-Dín, recipient of,
{ROB1: 55-6, 60, 260n.}
see also Gleanings/Tablet to Kamál
see also World/spiritual worlds of God
Lawh-i-Malláhu'l-Quds (Tablet of The Holy Mariner),
{GPB: 140, 147}
{ROB1: 228-43}
{ROB2: 6}
Lawh-i-Maqsúd, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Mubáhilih, quoted, {ROB2: 293 and n.}
Lawh-i-Nuqtih, {ROB2: 397}
Lawh-i-Pisar 'Amm (Tablet to the Cousin), {ROB3: 216-18}
Lawh-i-Qad Ihtaraqa'l-Mukhlisún or Lawh-i-Ihtiráq (The Fire Tablet),
{ROB2: 275 and n}
{ROB3: 226-30, 231; quoted, 228, 229}
Hájí Siyyid 'Alí-Akbar-i-Dahají, recipient of,
{ROB2: 275}
{ROB3: 226-7}
Lawh-i-Qiná' (Tablet of the Veil), {ROB1: 334 and n.}
Lawh-i-Ra'ís, see Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh
Lawh-i-Ridván,
revealed in Adrianople {ROB2: 397}
revealed at Garden of Ridván, ('Akká), (ROB4: 15-16)
mentioned {ROB4: 11}
on plants, {ROB4: 12}
revealed in the barracks of 'Akká, {ROB3: 53-6}
see also Ridván
Lawh-i-Rúh (Tablet of the Spirit),
{ROB2: 181-8 passim, 260; major themes of, 181, 186, 187}
see also Adrianople/Ridá Big, house of
Lawh-i-Ru'yá (Tablet of Vision),
{ROB3: 223-4}
{ROB4: 417}
Lawh-i-Salmán, see Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh
Lawh-i-Sayyáh, (Tablet of Sayyáh),
{ROB2: 210, 213-15}
quoted, {ROB3: 13}
Mírzá 'Alíy-i-Sayyáh-i-Marághihí (Mullá Ádí-Guzal), disciple of The Báb and Bahá'u'lláh, recipient of,
{DBNN: 431 (note 4), 432, 433}
{ROB1: 220}
{ROB2: 209-13, 328, 402, 408}
{ROB4: 101n.}
Lawh-i-Siyyid Mihdíy-i-Dahají, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Lawh-i-Sultán, see To The Kings and Rulers
Lawh-i-Tibb (Tablet of Medicine),
{ROB3: 357-60}
'Abdu'l-Bahá,
on medicine, {ROB3: 358, 361-3}
His powers of healing, {ROB3: 361-3}
Healing, ocean of, {TOB: 113}
if the believers had carried out His commandments, {ROB3: 360, 379}
Lawh-i-Tuqá, {ROB2: 397}
Madínatu'r-Ridá (City of Radiant Acquiescence), {ROB1: 108-9}
Madínatu't-Tawhíd, see Gleanings/Tablet of Madínatu't-Tawhíd
Mathnavíy-i-Mubárak,
{ROB2: ch. 2 passim}
{ROB4: 232}
Musíbát-i-Hurúfát-i-'Álíyát, see Hurúfát-i-'Állín
Nightingale and the Crow, The, {ROB2: 241-5}
Prayers and Meditations by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: n23}
Qasídiy-i-Varqá'íyyih (poem),
{ROB1: 62-4, 84-5}
{ROB3: 206}
{ROB4: 390}
Questions and Answers, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Rashh-i-'Amá (poem),
{ROB1: 45-6, 51}
Bahá'u'lláh, on His Revelation, {ROB4: 406}
Ridvánu'l-Iqrár, {ROB2: 397}
Sahífiy-i-Shattíyyih (Book of the River), {ROB1: 105-8}
Sáqí-Az-Ghayb-i-Baqá (poem), {ROB1: 64}
Seven Valleys, The,
{GPB: 121, 140, 260, 383}
{ROB1: ch. 8, 151}
{ROB2: 26}
{ROB4: 142, 181}
Shaykh Muhyi'd-Dín, the judge of Khániqayn, recipient of,
{ROB1: 96}
{SVFV: xii}
1. Search, {ROB1: 96}
2. Love, {ROB1: 96-8}
3. Knowledge, {ROB1: 98-9}
4. Unity, {ROB1: 99}
5. Contentment, {ROB1: 99-101}
6. Wonderment, {ROB1: 101}
7. True Poverty and Absolute Nothingness, {ROB1: 101}
Shikkar-Shikan-Shavand,
{ROB1: 147-50}
Siyyid Mírzá Husayn-i-Mutavallí, addressed to,
{ROB1: 147, 149-50}
betrays Quddús to enemy, {DBNN: 384, 398}
Subhána-Rabbíya'l-A'lá,
{ROB1: 211-13}
Hájí Mírzá Músáy-i-Javáhirí (owner of residence of Bahá'u'lláh in Baghdád), recipient of,
{ROB1: 211, 212-13}
{ROB2: 329}
Hájí Mírzá Hádí, father of, {ROB1: 211}
Subhánika-Yá-Hú or Lawh-i-Náqús (Tablet of the Bell), {ROB2: 18-19, 23-4}
Súratu'lláh (Súrih of God), {ROB1: 244-5}
Súriy-i-Ahzán, {ROB2: 397}
Súriy-i-Amr (Tablet of Command), {ROB2: 161-2}
Súriy-i-Asháb (Tablet of Companions),
{ROB1: 286}
{ROB2: ch. 4; 65, 72-7, 84, 86-7}
Súriy-i-Bayán, {ROB2: 397}
Súriy-i-Ghusn (Tablet of the Branch),
{ROB1: 135}
{ROB2: ch. 18}
Súriy-i-Hajj (Tablet of Pilgrimage),
{GPB: 177}
{KA: Q10, n54, n68}
{ROB1: 212}
I and II, {ROB2: 240}
Súriy-i-Haykal, see To The Kings and Rulers
Súriy-i-Hijr, {ROB2: 397}
Súriy-i-'Ibád (Tablet of the Servants), {ROB2: 272-4}
Súriy-i-Mulúk, see To The Kings and Rulers
Súriy-i-Nush, {ROB1: 137, 142, 146}
Súriy-i-Qadír (Tablet of the Omnipotent), {ROB1: 119-22}
Súriy-i-Qalam, {ROB2: 397}
Súriy-i-Qamís, {ROB2: 397}
Súriy-i-Ra'ís, (Arabic)
{GL: 39}
{ROB2: 411-17; quoted, 414, 415}
{ROB3: 34 and n., 87, 100n., 109, 123; quoted, 151}
'Álí Páshá, Grand Vizir, Turkish Prime Minister, addressed to, see Lawh-i-Ra'ís
Hájí Muhammad Ismá'íl-i-Káshání (Dhabíh - Sacrifice, Anís - Companion), recipient of,
{DBNN: 168}
{ROB2: 137, 411-13}
{ROB3: 99, 100n.}
see also Tablet to Hájí Muhammad Ismá'íl-i-Káshání (Dhabíh)
see also Lawh-i-Fu'ád
Súriy-i-Sabr (Tablet of Patience), also titled Lawh-i-Ayyúb (Tablet of Job),
{ROB1: 141 and n., 263-73 passim}
effect upon Bábís, {ROB1: 271-2}
Hájí Muhammad-Taqí of Nayríz (entitled Ayyúb), recipient of, {ROB1: 139-41, 263-4, 268-9 and n.}
see also Job
Tablet for 'Abdu'r-Rahím of Bushrú'íyyih,
{ROB3: 60-61}
'Abdu'r-Rahím of Bushrú'íyyih, {ROB3: 59-63}
Tablet of Ahmad, see Lawh-i-Ahmad
Tablet of Carmel, see Lawh-i-Karmil
Tablet of Ihtiráq (Fire Tablet), see Lawh-i-QadIhtaraqa'l-Mukhlisún
Tablet of Medicine, see Lawh-i-Tibb
Tablet of Ridván, see Lawh-i-Ridván
Tablet of Ru'yá, see Lawh-i-Ru'yá
Tablet of Salmán, see Lawh-i-Salmán
Tablet of Sayyáh, see Lawh-i-Sayyáh
Tablet of Siráj, see Lawh-i-Siráj
Tablet to Siyyid Mihdíy-i-Dahají, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Tablet of The Holy Mariner, see Lawh-i-Malláhu'l-Quds
Tablet of Visitation,
{ROB1: 30, 206 and n.}
{ROB4: 165, 419}
see also Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam/Mullá Muhammad i-Zarandí
Tablet to Badí',
{ROB3: 179-80, 183, 184, 199-200, 203}
Áqá Buzurg, of Khurásán (Badí' - 'Wonderful', Fakhru'sh-Shuhadá - 'Pride of Martyrs'),
{GPB: 199, 233}
{ROB2: 97, 128, 339}
{ROB3: 75, 176ff., 192, 198-203}
{ROB4: 39, 73, 299, 305, 386, 435}
Bahá'u'lláh extols, {ROB3: 179-80, 184, 198-9}
in interviews with Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 241}
Martyrdom of, {ROB3: 186-91, 198-203}
'Salt of My Tablets', {ROB3: 199ff.}
Tablet to Hájí 'Abdu'l-Majíd (Abá Badí'),
{KA: Q104}
{ROB3: 179-80, 202-3}
Hájí 'Abdu'l-Majíd-i-Níshápúrí (Abá Badí' ('Father of Badí')),
{DBNN: 325, 580}
{ROB2: 128-36}
{ROB3: 176-7, 202-3}
{ROB4: 386, 435}
discards treasure, {GPB: 39}
Tablet to Hájí Siyyid Javád-i-Karbilá'í,
quoted, {ROB3: 279-80}
Hájí Siyyid Javád-i-Karbilá'í (Siyyid-i-Núr),
{DBNN: 188 (notes 18 and 19)}
{ROB1: 155 and n., 157, 220, 221-4}
{ROB2: 9, 377, 390}
{ROB3: 279}
{ROB4: 438}
Tablet to Rada'r-Rúh,
{ROB3: 7-8}
Mullá Muhammad-Ridá of Manshád (Mullá Muhammad-Ridáy-i-Manshádí, Rada'r-Rúh),
{DBNN: 473}
{ROB1: 39-40, 84-5, 331}
{ROB2: 99 and n., 258}
{ROB3: 7-8 and n.}
{ROB4: 325}
Martyrdom of, {ROB3: 7}
Tablet to The Times,
{ROB3: 195}
{ROB4: 348-50}
Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas,
{KA: 9, 89}
{ROB4: 33, 118, 167, 227-38}

Asl-i-Kullu'l-Khayr, (Words of Wisdom),
{GPB: 383}
quoted, {ROB2: 96}
Bishárát (Glad-Tidings),
{GPB: 216}
{KA: n58, n61, n173}
{ROB4: 116, 158, 159, ch. 10, 168}
on a true believer, {ROB4: 161-2}
on auxiliary language, {ROB4: 159-60}
on confession, {ROB4: 164}
on monasticism, {ROB4: 162-3}
on unacceptable actions, {ROB4: 161}
quotes from His own, {ROB4: 162}
quoted, {ROB3: 353}
Ishráqát (Splendours),
{ESW: 26}
{GPB: 216, 383}
{KA: 89, 91-92, n75, n109}
{ROB3: 270n.; quoted, 219, 319}
{ROB4: 18, 116, ch. 9, 162, 168, 405}
'Abdu'l-Bahá interprets, {ROB4: 147}
contains passage from Tablet to,
Hájí Mírzá Buzurg-i-Afnán, see Tarázát
Hájí Muhammad-Ibráhím (Muballigh), see Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
on auxiliary language, {ROB4: 159-60}
on human character, {ROB3: 219-20}
on infallibility, see Infallibility
on Islámic prophecies, {ROB4: 153-4}
on steadfastness, {ROB4: 141}
on Trustworthiness, {ROB4: 17-18, 437}
quotes from His own, {ROB4: 162}
Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih (Words of Paradise),
{GPB: 216}
{KA: n61}
{ROB4: 117, 175-6, 196, ch. 15, 374}
Hájí Mírzá Haydar-'Alí ('Angel of Carmel'), revealed in honour of,
{KA: K80, n114}
{ROB1: 28-9}
{ROB2: 68-73, 77, 194-202, 332, 340, 370, 438-50}
{ROB3: 181, 352}
{ROB4: 214, 258, 270-3, 323, 325-6, 432}
{TOB: 57 and n., 70, 74, 243-4}
Bihjatu's-Sudúr, memoirs of,
{ROB3: 99-104, 182, 183-4, 218-19, 248-9, 335-6, 377, 397-8, 401-2, 434-5}
reminiscences of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 4-5, 14-15}
reminiscences of Varqá and Rúhu'lláh, {ROB4: 60-3}
met by Hájí Muhammad-i-Yazdí, see Muhammad-i-Yazdí, Hájí
on the Person of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 135-6}
teaching work of, {ROB4: 238, 270-3}
quoted, {ROB2: 7-10, 11-12, 42-3, 52-3, 68-73, 116-17}
see also Tablet to Hájí Mírzá Haydar-'Alí
on fear of God, {ROB4: 28}
on misdeeds of believers, {ROB4: 225}
quoted, {ROB3: 352-3}
Kitáb-i-'Ahdí (The Book of My Covenant, Book of the Covenant, Book of Bahá'u'lláh's Covenant, Will and Testament of Bahá'u'lláh, Most Great Tablet),
{GPB: 238-240}
{KA: n37, n66, n145, n183}
{ROB1: 37, 80, 134, 137}
{ROB2: 389}
{ROB3: 81, 371}
{ROB4: 69, 388, 419-420, 434}
and Most Holy Book, {GPB: 326}
"Crimson Book",
{GPB: 238}
{TOB: 89, 90, 220, 242}
on worldly goods, {ROB3: 81}
Lawh-i-Aqdas (The Most Holy Tablet, Tablet to the Christians),
{GPB: 209, 210, 216}
{ROB3: 11 and n.}
{ROB4: 117, 227-35, 352, 353}
addressed to church aristocracy, {ROB4: 229-30}
explanation of 'stars', {ROB4: 229}
Lawh-i-Ard-i-Bá (Tablet of the Land of Bá (Beirut)),
{ROB4: 240-1}
see also Beirut
Lawh-i-Burhán (Tablet of the Proof),
{GPB: 200, 219, 232}
{ROB4: ch. 6, 425, 435}
Shaykh Muhammad-Báqir of Isfahán ("Dhi'b" - Wolf), addressed to,
{GPB: 201, 232}
{ROB2: 130-4}
{ROB3: 163}
{ROB4: 75-6, 79, 91-102, 297, 368, 384-5}
{TOB: 203, 213 and n., 215-16}
Shoghi Effendi describes end of the Wolf and the She-Serpent, {ROB4: 100-101}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf/Shaykh Muhammad-Taqí (Son of the Wolf)
to divines, {ROB4: 97-9}
to enemies, {ROB4: 95}
Lawh-i-Dunyá (Tablet of the World),
{GL: XLIII}
{GPB: 216}
{ROB3: 85n.; quoted, 85-6, 220, 380}
{ROB4: 117, 288, ch. 22, 401, Appendix II}
Áqá Mírzá Áqáy-i-Afnán (Núru'd-Dín), recipient of,
{ROB1: 155}
{ROB2: 383 and n.}
{ROB3: 85n., 202 and n.}
{ROB4: illus. 331; 7, 284, 329-37, 429-31}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's Tablet to, to restore the House of The Báb, {ROB4: 430}
Bahá'u'lláh meets with, {ROB4: 330-37}
Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet to, about Mazra'ih, {ROB4: 7}
Maryam Sultán Bagum, wife of, {ROB4: 332, 337}
burning of books, {ROB4: 341}
counsels of, to followers, {ROB4: 338-42}
on future of the Cause, {ROB4: 72}
on wickedness, {ROB4: 340}
response to martyrdoms in Yazd, {ROB4: 347}
to Hájí Muhammad-Ridá, {ROB4: 342-4}
Lawh-i-Hikmat (Tablet of Wisdom),
{GPB: 219}
{ROB1: 20-21}
{ROB3: quoted, 389}
{ROB4: ch. 3, 192, 373}
Mullá Áqá Muhammad-i-Qá'iní (Áqá Muhammad, Nabíl-i-Akbar), Hand of the Cause, recipient of,
{ROB1: 91-5, 145n.}
{ROB2: 42, 341}
{ROB3: 97, 389}
{ROB4: 33-4, 38, 39, 45, 48-9, 118n., 237, 258, 286, 313}
{TOB: 135, 137, 151, 198}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's tribute to, {ROB4: 34}
at 'Akká, {ROB4: 33}
dear to Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 48}
travels of, {ROB4: 177}
ancient Greek philosophers, {ROB4: 46}
deplores condition of the world, {ROB4: 34-5}
description of nature, {ROB4: 45}
differs from historical records, {ROB4: 46}
for mankind, {ROB4: 34-5}
on creation, {ROB4: 39-40, 42, 45}
on His own knowledge, {ROB3: 389}
on knowledge of the Manifestations, {ROB4: 48}
on misdeeds of believers, {ROB4: 37}
on speech, {ROB4: 192}
on worship, {ROB4: 36}
philosophical terminology of, {ROB4: 33}
teaching, advice on, {ROB4: 192}
teachings to spiritualize the human race, {ROB4: 35-7}
Lawh-i-Karmil (Tablet of Carmel),
{GL: XI}
{GPB: 194, 219, 345}
{ROB3: 215 and n.}
{ROB4: ch. 23, 423}
'Angel of Carmel', see Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih/Hájí Mírzá Haydar-'Alí
Bahá'í Community addressed in, {ROB4: 356-7}
Shoghi Effendi's interpretation of, {ROB4: 347-8}
Mount Carmel,
{ESW: 38, 145}
{GL: 14-16, 211}
{GPB: 194}
{ROB1: 15, 19, 29, 200, 268}
{ROB2: 2}
{ROB3: 16, 22, 28, 56, 57, 75, 172, 183, 211, 215, 305, 418, 430-32, 442, 446-8}
{ROB4: illus. 363; 70n., 123, 170-1, 332, 351}
{TOB: 3-4}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, on prophecies concerning, {ROB4: 170-1}
Bahá'u'lláh at,
{GPB: 194}
{ROB4: 332-7}
Elijah, cave of,
{GPB: 277}
{ROB4: 351, 359}
future site of Bahá'í institutions,
{GPB: 316}
property on, {GPB: 346}
school to be on, {GPB: 307}
Mashriqu'l-Adhkár on, {ROB4: 352, 363}
see also Bahá'í Faith/World Administrative Centre
Shoghi Effendi on
transfer of remains of Purest Branch and Navváb to,
{GPB: 348}
{ROB3: 201-11, Appendix III}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/Mírzá Mihdí, Bahá'u'lláh/Navváb
Shrine of The Báb,
{GPB: 263, 267, 273, 275, 276, 277, 346}
{KA: n114}
{ROB1: 15, 200, 206}
{ROB3: 86, 107, 389, 430-32, 443, 446-7}
{ROB4: illus. 363, 364; 123, 165, 170-1, 358-65, 419}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, on,
{ROB3: 430-32}
{ROB4: 358-9}
His troubles in building the Báb's Shrine, {GPB: 275}
dome to be erected on His sepulchre, {GPB: 411}
Mausoleum on Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 194}
remains of The Báb,
{GPB: 273, 275-278, 346}
{ROB4: 358-60}
'Abdu'l-Bahá
on interment of,
{ROB3: 432}
{ROB4: 359}
places on Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 241, 273, 275, 276, 314}
Russian Consul,
has artist picture remains of Báb, {GPB: 54}
ordered to investigate Bábí Movement, {GPB: 55}
views remains of the Báb, {GPB: 54}
transfer of,
Bahá'u'lláh on,
{ROB3: 424 ff.}
orders bodies of Báb and Quddús brought to Tihrán,
{DBNN: 519}
{GPB: 54, 273}
{ROB4: 299}
to Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 54, 177, 241, 262, 273, 275, 276, 314}
see also Sháh-Muhammad-i-Manshádí, Hájí (Amínu'l-Bayán)
Pilgrimage to, {ROB4: 170-1}
Shoghi Effendi, on, {ROB4: 360-1}
Lawh-i-Maqsúd (Tablet of Maqsúd),
{GL: CXII}
{GPB: 216}
{ROB4: 117, 235-6}
Mírzá Maqsúd, recipient of,
{ROB4: 235-6}
{TOB: 159, 174-6}
on justice, {ROB3: 295-6}
on power of unity, {ROB4: 196}
quoted, {ROB3: 294}
Lawh-i-Síyyid-i-Mihdíy-i-Dahají (Tablet to Siyyid Mihdíy-i-Dahají),
{ROB4: 236-8}
Siyyid Mihdíy-i-Dahají, addressed to,
{ROB2: 118-19, 272-4, 290}
{ROB3: 209, 226, 227, 234 and n.}
{ROB4: 236-8, 287n.}
{TOB: 195 and n.}
Súriy-i-Vafá (Tablet to Vafá),
{GL: LXXIX}
addresses leaders of religion, {ROB4: 212}
on spiritual worlds,
{ROB4: ch. 14}
see also World/spiritual
Shaykh Muhammad-Husayn (Vafá), recipient of,
{ROB4: 205-6}
{TOB: 179 and n., 181}
Tajallíyát (Effulgences),
GPB: 216}
{ROB3: 120 n.}
{ROB4: 117, ch. 8, 168}
Book of, {ESW: 26 }
on recognizing God, {ROB4: 139}
on sciences which begin and end in words, {ROB4: 143-4, 236}
Ustád 'Alí-Akbar-i-Banná, recipient of,
{ROB3: 120}
{ROB4: illus. 121; 30, 118-25}
{TOB: 48 and n., 49-53 passim}
'Abdu'l-Bahá,
meets with, {ROB4: 122}
writes tablets to, {ROB4: 122, 123, 125}
Bahá'u'lláh meets with, {ROB4: 120}
in 'Ishqábád, {ROB4: 119-23, 124}
twenty-seven Tablets, revealed for, {ROB4: 124-5}
Tarázát (Ornaments),
{GPB: 216}
{ROB4: 16, 18, 117, ch. 11}
exhortation to Bahá'ís, {ROB4: 173}
full of Significances, {ROB4: 168}
contains passage from Tablet to Hájí Mírzá Buzurg-i-Afnán, {ROB4: 16, 333, 337}
on Trustworthiness, {ROB4: 17-18, 437}
on 'veils' and 'oppressors', {ROB4: 172-3}
to Hádíy-i-Dawlat-Ábádí,
{ROB4: 47, 174}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
Other Tablets,
Tablet in honour of Bahá'ís
Tablet to 'Alí Haydar
Tablet to Hájí Mírzá Haydar-'Alí,
see also Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih
Tablet to Javád
Tablet to Muhammad Husayn
Tablet to Muhammad-Javád-i-Qazvíní (Ismu'lláhi'l-Júd - The Name of God, Bounty),
{TOB: 74 and n.}
Muhammad-Javád-i-Qazvíní, addressed to {ROB2: 275-6}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works/Muhammad-Báqir-i-Qazvíní, Hájí
Misc. Topics,
Abode, pristine, {TOB: 268}
Adorer and Adored One, {TOB: 53}
Anguish, {TOB: 112}
Animosity,
{TOB: 23, 44}
fire (Flame) of hatred, {TOB: 88, 132, 219}
Annas, {TOB: 210}
Atmosphere, contamination of, {TOB: 69}
'B' (letter), {TOB: 101 and n.}
Bahá, city of, {TOB: 120}
Bahá'u'lláh,
hidden, {TOB: 143}
investigation of, {TOB: 12, 157, 188, 211, 236}
Kingdom of, {TOB: 231}
laws changed by, {TOB: 28, 132}
letters and questions to, {TOB: 183, 196-7, 267}
love of, {TOB: 17}
loves mankind, {TOB: 148, 171}
requested interview with learned, {TOB: 139}
Balínús, {TOB: 147-8}
Breeze,
{TOB: 13, 14, 16}
of God, {TOB: 137, 177, 214}
Burning Fire, {TOB: 116}
City,
{TOB: 4, 246, 260}
of Bahá, {TOB: 120}
strong, {TOB: 259}
Counsellor, {TOB: 44, 134, 170}
Dawn, {TOB: 41, 51, 75, 233}
Dawning-Place, {TOB: 109, 113, 149, 210, 234}
Discoveries and Inventions of various ages, {TOB: 150}
Doubt,
{KA: K134, K163, K164}
{TOB: 138}
Dust, writhing in, {TOB: 112}
Educator, {TOB: 149}
Educators, Teachers, {TOB: 35, 96-7, 109}
Error, source of, {TOB: 156}
Eternity, {TOB: 246}
Father, {TOB: 11, 14}
Fathers, {TOB: 25, 128}
Festival, {TOB: 78}
Finger, {TOB: 156}
Fisherman, {TOB: 10}
Force concealed in world of being, {TOB: 221}
Force similar to lightning, {TOB: 69}
Fruit of one tree, {TOB: 127, 164}
Future,
{TOB: 102, 241}
dreams about, {TOB: 187-8}
Generation, this perverse, {TOB: 85}
Glory,
{TOB: 155}
pavilion of, {TOB: 112}
realm of, {TOB: 137, 181, 219}
Good, {TOB: 155, 169, 170}
Guidance, {TOB: 138}
Hidden Secret, {TOB: 231}
Husayn, {TOB: 77, 234}
Leaves of one tree, bough, {TOB: 27, 127, 129}
Letters, manifestations of, {TOB: 101}
Light,
{TOB: 13, 14, 33, 41, 92, 108, 119, 169, 240}
and darkness, {TOB: 138}
Lion, {TOB: 197}
Mother Tablet, {TOB: 213}
Murád, Muhammad, {TOB: 16}
Murtus, {TOB: 150}
Mystery(ies),
{TOB: 24, 142, 145}
divine, {TOB: 106, 139, 151, 188}
Hidden, {TOB: 47, 50}
impenetrable, {TOB: 77, 101, 231}
of creation, {TOB: 147}
of God, see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
revealed (laid bare), {TOB: 4, 5, 39, 47, 50, 76, 107, 231, 241}
strange and astonishing things, {TOB: 69}
Path, straight,
{KA: K14, K112, K186}
{TOB: 36, 61, 101, 116, 121, 132, 168, 171, 205, 209, 237, 248, 251, 255}
Prudence, {TOB: 85}
Qualities,
desirable, Bahá'u'lláh is Dayspring of, {TOB: 47}
undesirable, see Backbiting, Corruption, Cursing, Dishonesty, Hypocrisy, Idleness, Imposture, Jealousy, Materialism, Pride, Selfishness, Slander
Questions and letters to Bahá'u'lláh, {TOB: 183, 196-7, 267}
Rank, no glory in, {TOB: 68}
Rock, {TOB: 177, 208}
Samandar, son of, {TOB: 73}
Sign(s),
{TOB: 239}
Most Mighty, {TOB: 47, 209}
Stones groaned, {TOB: 254}
Straight Path,
{KA: 15, K14, K186}
{TOB: 35, 171, 205, 209, 248, 251}
Tablet, {TOB: 79, 244, 247, 267}
Treasured Symbol, {TOB: 47, 50}
True One, {TOB: 11, 79, 117}
Turkey, Sultán of, {TOB: 210, 213}
Tajallíyát, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Tarázát, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Words of Wisdom, (Asl-i-Kullu'l-Khayr) see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh revealed after the Kitáb-i-Aqdas

To The Kings and Rulers,
{ESW: 28, 30-32, 39-40, 45, 53, 54, 89, 91-92, 104, 128}
{GL: 206}
{GPB: 171-176, 206, 385}
{ROB4: 421}
'Each one of them, hath been designated by a special name', {ROB3: 110}
Bahá'u'lláh's proclamation to, {GPB: 158, 159, 170-176, 206-213}
message to Persian ambassador, {GPB: 160}
power seized from kings and ecclesiastics, {GPB: 230}

King(s), Rulers,
{KA: 13, 15, K85, K86, K88, K89, K91, n118}
{ROB2: chs. 15, 16 passim; 416, 418}
{ROB3: 147-8, 156, 157, 161}
{ROB4: 98, 179, 235, 291, 388, 421}
{TOB: 50, 70, 93, 113, 125, 126, 127, 130, 206, 220-1, 238, 252}
addressed collectively, {KA: K78-K83, K87}
cause of impotence, {GL: 223, 255}
chosen perdition for their people, {TOB: 106}
faults and favours of, {TOB: 65}
duty of, {GL: 216, 218, 232, 247, 249, 250, 254}
God beseeched to aid, {TOB: 29, 39, 65, 127}
God's retributive justice
to kings and ecclesiastics, {GPB: 230}
to tyrants, {GPB: 224}
Great Peace, {TOB: 165}
injustice of, {GL: 222-224, 229, 253}
justice of, {TOB: 164, 166}
justice enjoined upon, {GL: 219, 222, 223, 247, 251, 252}
loyalty to, {TOB: 22-3, 65, 221}
majesty of, {TOB: 28}
Monarchy, Royalty,
{ROB3: 118, 156, 157-9}
constitutional, {ROB4: 162}
Kingship,
{KA: n194}
plus republic (i.e. constitutional monarchy), {TOB: 28, 93}
Prophecies of future just ruler, {GL: 110, 111, 212}
received Bahá'í literature, {GPB: 384}
sovereign will arise to protect Bahá'ís,
{GPB: 411}
loyalty of believers to King who will arise, {GL: 207, 112}
station of one who will arise, {GL: 111, 207, 212}
who will arise to aid Cause, {KA: K84, 163}
visited by Martha Root, {GPB: 387, 388, 389}
obedience to, {GL: 207, 229, 240, 241}
of Eternity, {TOB: 123}
of Kings, {TOB: 215}
of Revelation, {TOB: 118}
on Persian authorities, {ROB4: 222}
perpetrate tyranny, {TOB: 85}
shall pass away, {TOB: 265-6}
should enforce laws of God, {TOB: 29, 90}
should reform society, {TOB: 168}
should uphold religion, {TOB: 63, 130}
station of, {GL: 212, 218, 219, 241, 249, 251, 304}
Sultán of Turkey joins Shah to stamp out Bábí Faith, {GPB: 112}
unity enjoined upon, {GL: 216, 249, 254, 255}
world gathering of rulers, {GPB: 218}
see also Kitáb-i-Aqdas, Epistle to the Son of the Wolf

To Religious Leaders
proclamations to, {GPB: 158, 170-176, 206, 209-213}
Tablet to Pope Pius IX,
{GPB: 209}
{ROB3: 116-18, 133; quoted 116-17}
Bahá'u'lláh proclaims Himself as Lord of Lords, {ROB3: 116}
fate of, {GPB: 227}
to Kings of Christendom, see Súriy-i-Mulúk
to the Jews, {GPB: 211}
to Muslim ecclesiastics, {GPB: 175, 210}
to Zoroastrian priests, {GPB: 211}
see also Lawh-i-Aqdas

Kitáb-i-Aqdas,
Addresses Kings and Rulers, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Addresses Religious Leaders, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas

Lawh-i-Sultán, (Tablet to Násiri'd-Dín Sháh),
{ESW: 11, 39, 124-125}
{GPB: 173, 174}
{ROB2: 337-40, 349, 351; quoted, 340, 346, 349, 355-6}
{ROB3: 21, 38, 109, 133, 174ff., 182-91, 199-200, 209-10; quoted, 232}
{ROB4: 374, 388}
Násiri'd-Dín Sháh (the Vali-'Ahd, reigned 1848-96), addressed to,
{DBNN: 314 (note 4), 358, 365, 400, 500, 539}
{GPB: 296}
{KA: n177, n182}
{ROB1: 8, 10, 11, 13 and n., 26-7, 37, 40-1, 225, 258 and n.}
{ROB2: 246, 304, 326, 337-9}
{ROB3: 21, 26, 38, 85, 109, 174-6, 182, 184-6, 187-91, 199, 200, 201-2, 245, 269, 425}
{ROB4: 38, 76, 102, 186, 297n., 381, 383, 387, 401-2, 439}
attempt on the life of,
{DBNN: 599}
{GPB: 62, 78, 104}
{ROB4: 124, 378, 379}
Bahá'u'lláh's declaration to, {GPB: 102}
exiles Bahá'u'lláh from Persia, {GPB: 106}
fate of,
{GPB: 225}
assassinated, {GPB: 296}
fate of his son, {GPB: 232}
Hujjat's petition to, {DBNN: 554}
mistrust of, {ROB4: 379-80}
persecuted Bahá'ís, {GPB: 197, 198}
"Prince of Oppressors," {GPB: 197, 225}
see also Hands of the Cause of God/'Alí-Akbar-i-Sháhmírzádí, Hájí
see also Áqá Buzurg, of Khurásán (Badí')
Súriy-i-Haykal, or Súratu'l-Haykal (Súrih of the Temple),
{ROB1: 121-2}
{ROB3: ch. 7, quoted 147 passim.}
{ROB4: 133, 278}
nine different styles or categories of verses of God, enumerated by Jináb-i-Fádil-i-Mázindarání (Mírzá Asadu'lláh),
{ROB1: 42}
see also Bahá'u'lláh
"Maiden"
appears to Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 101}
personified the Spirit of God, {GPB: 101, 121, 221}
on nature of God and His Manifestations, {ROB4: 133-5}
Súriy-i-Mulúk, (Súrih of the Kings), {GL: LXV, LXVI, CXIII, CXIV, CXVI, CXVIII}
{GPB: 171}
{ROB1: 146-7}
{ROB2: ch. 15 passim, 337, 418; quoted, 56, 62, 301}
{ROB3: 109, 146, 238, 242, 251; quoted, 156}
{ROB4: 27}
to Constantinople, {GL: LXV, LXVI, CXIII}
to Kings of Christendom, {GL: CXVI}
to Minister of Sháh, {GL: CXIII}
to Sultán 'Abdu'l-'Azíz, {GL: CXIV}
to Turkish Ministers, {GL: LXV}
Tablet to Czar Alexander II,
{ESW: 56-59}
{GPB: 106, 207}
{ROB3: 118-22, 133; quoted, 119, 120}
{ROB4: 434}
Nicolaevitch Alexander II, Czar of Russia, addressed to,
{ROB3: 111, 113, 118-23}
{ROB4: 346, 388, 434}
fate of, {GPB: 226, 227}
sent Consul to investigate Bábí Movement, {GPB: 55}
Tablet to Napoleon III,
{ESW: 45-56, 124-5}
{GPB: 173, 207}
{KA: n118}
{TOB: 210}
I,
{ROB2: 337, 368-9}
{ROB3: 109, 110}
{ROB4: 249, 434}
II,
{ROB2: quoted, 35, 93-4}
{ROB3: 81, 110-15, 133; quoted, 111-13, 115}
on teaching, {ROB3: 331-2}
on worldly goods, {ROB3: 81}

Napoleon III, Emperor of France, addressed to,
{KA: 15, K86, 164, n118}
{ROB2: 369}
{ROB3: 81, 109, 110-15, 149, 201}
{ROB4: 95, 249, 388, 434}
fate of, {GPB: 225}
result of attitude toward Bahá'u'lláh, {ESW: 51}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
Tablet to Queen Victoria {GL: CXIX, CXX},
{ESW: 59-64}
{GPB: 206, 207, 211}
{ROB3: 123-8, 133; quoted, 123-4, 125, 127, 128}
{ROB4: 434}
Victoria, Queen of England, addressed to,
{ROB3: 123-5}
{ROB4: 388, 434}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
Tablet to Sultán 'Abdu'l-'Azíz,
{GPB: 172-3}
{ROB3: 147}
'Abdu'l-'Azíz, Sultán of Turkey, addressed to,
{KA: n120}
{ROB2: 1, 61, 304, 312, 401}
{ROB3: 14, 37-8, 69, 87 and n., 91, 99 and n., 100 and n., 101-2, 123, 151-4, 191, 418-19}
{ROB4: 27, 95, 104, 105, 240, 241-2, 421}
edict condemning Bahá'u'lláh to life imprisonment,
{ROB3: 18, 19, 52, 252, 410, 413, 414, 417}
{ROB4: 240, 241}
exiles Bahá'u'lláh to 'Akká, {GPB: 179, 195}
edict of Sultán meaningless, {ROB3: 18-19}
fate of, {GPB: 225}
see also 'Abdu'l-Hamíd

see also Súriy-i-Ra'ís, Lawh-i-Ra'ís, Lawh-i-Fu'ád

Unpublished, Untranslated, or Unnamed Works:
Amr va Khalq, a compilation of the writings of Bahá'u'lláh and 'Abdu'l-Bahá in Persian, {ROB4: 45}
confers title on Quddús, {ROB4: 210}
depicting perversity of humanity,
{ROB4: 70}
see also Mankind
for Anniversary of Birth of the Báb, see Báb, The
for Bahá'í women, {ROB4: 202-3}
for chief of Templers, {ROB4: 351}
for Hájí Muhammad-Táhir-i-Málmírí,
{ROB4: 323}
and Mullá Muhammad i-Zarandí (Nabíl-i-A'zam), {ROB4: 108}
for Hájí Mullá Mihdíy-i-'Atrí,
{ROB4: 51}
Mihdíy-i-'Atrí, Hájí Mullá,
{ROB1: 331}
{ROB4: 50-3}
'Abdu'l-Bahá on, {ROB4: 52-3}
for Mírzá Hasan, {ROB4: 53}
for Mullá Muhammad i-Zarandí (Nabíl-i-A'zam), and Hájí Muhammad-Táhir-i-Málmírí, {ROB4: 108}
'He doeth what He pleaseth', {ROB3: 26}
His Message destined to envelop whole world, {ROB3: 13, 380}
high standard of behaviour demanded, {ROB4: 83}
holy and dedicated souls will arise,
{ROB3: 33, 381}
see also Lawh-i-Ahbáb
Iqtidárát, A compilation of the Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh. 1310 A.H. (A.D. 1892-3),
{ROB2: 30, 32, 84, 118, 401}
{ROB4: 68, 83, 246, 253, 278}
message to Amínu's-Sultán
on 'Akká,
{ROB3: 1, 13, 16, 21, 81, 419}
Bahjí,
{ROB4: 104}
revealed at, {ROB4: 114-15}
believers in, {ROB3: 20}
Faydí Páshá, Governor of, {ROB3: 25, 413-14}
healing prayer, revealed in barracks of, see Prayers/Healing
leaving, {ROB4: 105}
on 'Alí, Mullá, the teacher, {ROB3: 91}
on calumnies of Azalís, {ROB4: 399}
on character, human, {ROB3: 230, 258}
on chastisement, divine, {ROB3: 200-202}
on chastity, {ROB3: 364}
on children, duties of towards parents, {ROB3: 203}
on Christ, {ROB4: 152}
on circumambulation, {ROB4: 108-13}
on conduct, {ROB3: 230-31, 237}
on consultation, {ROB4: 289-90}
on countryside,
{ROB3: 416}
{ROB4: 7}
on creation, {ROB4: 42}
on detachment, {ROB4: 246-7}
on equality of men and women,
{ROB4: 199-204}
see also 'Abdu'l-Bahá
on forgiveness, {ROB4: 85-6}
on God 'the Incomparable', {ROB4: 199}
on Hands of the Cause,
{ROB4: 287-8, ch. 21, 337-8}
on believers as Hands of the Cause, {ROB4: 285}
to Hands of the Cause,
{ROB4: 253-5, 277-8, 284, 287-8, 315-28}
Áqá Siyyid Áqá,
{ROB4: 284}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
Hájí 'Abu'l-Hasan-i-Amín,
{ROB4: 116, 284, 290}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
Hájí Mírzá Muhammad-Taqí (Ibn-i-Abhar),
{ROB4: 289, 305-7, 315-28}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
Hájí Mullá 'Alí-Akbar-i-Sháhmírzádí (Hájí Ákhúnd),
{ROB4: 255, 287, 315-28}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
Mírzá 'Alí-Muhammad-i-Khurásání (Ibn-i-Asdaq),
{ROB4: 254, 275, 277, 296, 302-4, 315-28}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
Mírzá 'Alí-Muhammad-i-Varqá,
{ROB4: 17-18, 51, 64-72, 88-9}
Tablets for Varqá's children, {ROB4: 59}
see also Hands of the Cause of God
on His exile, {ROB3: 21, 419-20, 420-21}
on House of The Báb, {ROB4: 429}
on Huqúq'u'lláh,
{ROB4: 252-3, 256}
see also Bahá'í Faith
on inner realities of prominent people, {ROB4: 286-7}
on invincibility of Cause, {ROB3: 33}
on Islám, {ROB3: 245}
on Jesus, {ROB3: 243-4, 247-8}
on Manifestation, attaining presence of, {ROB3: 404}
on Manifestations of God, {ROB3: 243-8}
on martyrdom, {ROB4: 87, 302-3, 305}
on Mírzá Áqá Khán and Shaykh Ahmad, {ROB4: 399-400}
on Obligatory Prayers, see Prayer(s)
on punishment,
{ROB3: 296-7}
of mankind, {ROB4: 157}
on Purest Branch,
{ROB3: 210, 213}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/Mírzá Mihdí
on religion, {ROB4: 155-6}
on self and passion, worst human characteristics, {ROB3: 35}
on Shaykh Muhammad-i-Yazdí, {ROB4: 394, 395, 399}
on steadfastness, {ROB3: 258, 259, 267}
on strife, {ROB3: 230}
on suffering, {ROB4: 105, 157}
on teaching, {ROB4: 275, 305, 319}
on the heart, {ROB4: 35}
on Turkish Empire, {ROB3: 87, 100ff.}
on unknowable Essence, {ROB4: 130}
on wisdom, {ROB4: 319, 320-3}
on worthlessness of world, {ROB4: 249}
proclamation of Mission, {ROB1: 17, 109n.}
proclamation to the Kings, {ROB3: 161}
prophecies easing of restrictions, {ROB3: 55, 108}
revealed in the home of Áqáy-i-Kalím, {ROB4: 242-3}
'the Cause will flourish through persecution', {ROB3: 32-3}
to Afnáns,
{ROB4: 285}
to Hájí Muhammad 'Alíy-i-Afnán, {ROB4: 247}
to 'Andalíb, {ROB4: 83-4}
to Hájí Áqá Muhammad-i-'Aláqih-band, {ROB4: 26, 218-9}
to Hájí Mullá 'Alíy-i-Kání,
{ROB4: 297}
Hájí Mullá 'Alíy-i-Kání, {ROB3: 191}
to Indian believers, {ROB4: 181}
to Karbilá'í Áqá Ján,
{ROB4: 271}
Karbilá'í Áqá Ján, recipient of, {ROB4: 100, 348, 429}
to Mírzá Abu'l-Fadl, {ROB4: 260}
to Muhammad-Báqir (from Káshán), {ROB4: 247}
to Muhammad-Báqir-i-Qazvíní, Hájí, {ROB2: 276-9}
to people of the Bayán, {GPB: 211}
to Shaykh Kázim-i-Samandar, {ROB4: 88}
to Sulaymán Khán,
{ROB4: 181}
Sulaymán Khán-i-Tunukábání (Jamálu'd-Din, Jamal Effendi),
{ROB4: illus. 179; 177-89}
'Abdu'l-Bahá and, {ROB4: 183, 185, 188}
Bahá'u'lláh and, {ROB4: 177-84}
in 'Akká, see 'Akká
teaching, see Bahá'í Faith, Persia
to The King and Beloved of the Martyrs,
{ROB4: 89-90}
{TOB: 203-5, 214 and n.}
recounting story of King and Beloved of Martyrs, {ROB4: 73, 80-90}
and Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 73-5, 80-90}
and The Báb, {ROB4: 74}
martyrdoms of, at Isfahán, {ROB4: 73-90, 384}
Mírzá Muhammad-Hasan ('Sultánu'sh-Shuhadá' - King of the Martyrs),
{GPB: 200, 201}
{ROB1: 103n., 259}
{ROB2: 203 and n., 205, 334}
{ROB3: 388}
{ROB4: illus. 77; 16, 58, 73-90, 91, 99-100, 101, 119, 254, 368, 384, 434}
prayer for, see Prayer(s)
tablet to, {ROB4: 87}
Mírzá Muhammad-Husayn ('Mahbúbu'sh-Shuhadá' - Beloved of the Martyrs),
{GPB: 200, 201}
{ROB1: 103n., 259}
{ROB2: 204 and n., 205, 334}
{ROB4: illus. 78; 16, 58, 73-90, 91, 99-100, 101, 119, 368, 384, 434}
see also Ismá'íl, Mírzá
to Umm-i-'Attár, {ROB2: 127}

Destroyed Works:
{GPB: 138}
{ROB1: 69}
{ROB2: 269}
{ROB4: 151}
Tablets of Hakím Masíh,
{ROB3: 267}
Hakím Masíh, {ROB3: 265-8}

See also Bahá'u'lláh/His Tablets and Writings, Prayer(s)

II. GENERAL INDEX

Abá-Basír (Áqá Naqd-'Alí),
{ROB2: 226-7}
{ROB4: 386, 435}
Nabíl gives acknowledgment in his account of upheaval of Zanján, {DBNN: 580}
Ábádih,
{ROB1: 77 and n., 266}
{ROB4: 314, 325-6, 385}
'Abbás, Mírzá (Qábil, of Ábádih), {ROB1: 77-8}
'Abbas-Qulí Khán (instigates martyrdom of Vahid at Nayríz), {DBNN: 494}
'Abbas-Qulí-Khán-i-Láríjání, {DBNN: 339, 341, 375, 386, 391}
'Abdu'l-'Alí Hájí, Shaykh,
(Vahíd's father-in-law, distinguished among the notables of Nayríz),
{DBNN: 476, 498}
'Abdu'l-'Ali-Khán-i-Marághiyí,
(Captain of Prince Hamzih's artillery and a loyal friend to Mullá Husayn at Mashhad),
{DBNN: 290, 324}
'Abdu'l-'Azim-i-Khu'í, Siyyid,
(surnamed Siyyid-i-Khál-Dár, one of the survivors of Tabarsí),
{DBNN: 362, 471}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, 'Abbás Effendi, Most Great Branch,
{DBNN: 209, 440}
{KA: 3, n184, 252}
{ROB1: 16, 19, 29, 35, 40, 41-2, 199-201 passim, 205, 206, 212, 219}
{ROB2: 14-15, 58, 161, 196, 199, 238, 392-3}
{ROB3: 7, 12, 30, 48, 50, 52-3, 86, 106-7, 138, 159-60, 162, 171, 187, 204, 214, 241, 268, 307, 333, 402, 405-9, 435}
{ROB4: 16, 73, 85, 93, 185-6, 222, 273, 275, 313, 326, 328, 363, 377n., 430}

Biographical
and,
Abu'l-Qásim, see Ridván
Dr Habíb Mu'ayyad, see Habíb Mu'ayyad, Dr.
Hájí Muhammad-i-Yazdí, see Muhammad-i-Yazdí,Hájí
Jalálu'd-Dawlih, see Yazd
Jamálu'd-Din, {ROB4: 402}
King Feisal, see Feisal, King
Sulaymán Khán, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Ustád Ali-Akbar, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Tajallíyát
Varqá and his children, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works Zillu's-Sultán, see Mas'úd Mírzá
as a child and youth,
{ROB1: 9, 13, 100}
{ROB2: 14, 389-91}
Ascension of,
{GPB: 309-320}
{KA: n139}
{ROB4: 233}
burial on Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 313}
dreams of His passing, {GPB: 310}
last day of His earthly life, {GPB: 311}
memorial feast for, {GPB: 313}
messages of consolation at His passing,
{GPB: 311}
Winston Churchill telegraphs England's sympathy, {GPB: 312}
speaks to gardener of His passing, {GPB: 310}
Bahá'ís describe interviews with, {GPB: 258}
commentator describes Him, {GPB: 290}
first public appearance, {GPB: 283, 284}
guests at His table, {GPB: 269}
His family,
Bahá'u'lláh, father of, see Bahá'u'lláh
marriage,
{ROB2: 205, 207}
{ROB3: 400-401}
Munírih ('Illumined', Fátimih) Khánum, wife of,
{ROB2: 204, 205, 206-9, 384, 386}
{ROB3: 400}
{ROB4: 16, 73, 430}
Prince Mírzá Muhammad-'Alíy-i-Nahrí (Mírzá Muhammad-'Alí), father of,
{DBNN: 159, 161, 208, 461}
{ROB2: 202-5}
{ROB3: 254}
{ROB4: 73-4}
Rádíyih, sister of, {ROB4: 15-16}
Navváb, mother of, see Bahá'u'lláh/Navváb
Purest Branch, brother of, see Bahá'u'lláh/Mírzá Mihdí
Shoghi Effendi, grandson of, see Shoghi Effendi
Tuba Khánum, daughter of, reminiscences about 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {ROB4: 2-4, 13-14}
Varaqiy-i-'Ulyá, the Greatest Holy Leaf, sister of, see Bahá'u'lláh/Bahá'íyyih Khánum
highlights of His life, {GPB: 240-243}
His ministry,
{GPB: 235-320}
{ROB3: 84, 90, 172, 265}
achievements, outstanding, {GPB: 296; summary of, 314, 315}
effect of work of, {GPB: 295-309}
mission of, {GPB: 252}
prestige of Faith, {GPB: 242}
schools built during, {ROB4: 122n.}
in,
'Akká, see 'Akká
Baghdád, see Baghdád
Constantinople, see Constantinople
Garden of Ridván, see Ridván
incident related by, {DBNN: 616}
interviews with rulers and notables, {GPB: 283-290}
memories of, {GPB: 292-294}
recites prayer of the Báb continually, {GPB: 276}
stories attributed to, {ROB4: 170}
travels,
{GPB: 279-294}
Beirut, see Beirut
Egypt, see Egypt
West,
America, see America
England, see Britain
Paris, see Paris
Stuttgart, see Stuttgart
Vienna, see Vienna
see also West, The
Townshend's poem to, see Hands of the Cause of God
His Qualities,
admired by officials, {ROB3: 18, 19, 24, 52-3, 71-2, 107, 251, 252, 410, 411-12, 414n.}
austerity of His life, {ROB3: 81-4}
boundless vitality of, {GPB: 287, 288}
example of His serenity, {GPB: 269}
gifts,
His attitude to, {ROB3: 83-4}
refuses gifts and contributions, {GPB: 282}
His care for others,
{ROB3: 20, 70, 222, 252}
helps people receive justice, {ROB4: 3}
His detachment, {ROB2: 40-1}
His effect on people, {ROB3: 66, 70, 71-2, 159-60, 253}
His health, {ROB2: 391-2}
His humility, {ROB3: 337}
His knowledge, {ROB3: 70}
His leadership and guidance, {ROB3: 52-3, 410-11}
His love, {ROB3: 336}
His magnanimity, {ROB3: 82}
His methods of teaching, {ROB3: 336-42}
His power and majesty, {ROB3: 337, 340}
His powers of healing, see Lawh-i-Tibb
protects Bahá'ís, {GPB: 267}
sorrow at human slaughter, {GPB: 304}
His Services to Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB1: 25, 159}
{ROB2: 63, 200, 392-3}
arranges Bahá'u'lláh's release from 'Akká, {GPB: 241}
deputy of Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 241}
shields Bahá'u'lláh from outside world, {ROB4: 1-2, 4-5, 336}
His Station and Titles,
{GPB: 239, 240, 242, 243, 245, 263}
{ROB1: 14, 134-5, 313}
{ROB2: 15, 261, 388-92, 394-6}
{ROB3: 106, 405-9}
{ROB4: 56-7, 240-1, 304, 336}, 414n.}
Bahá'u'lláh,
'Abdu'l-Bahá appointed by,
{KA: 3, 13, K121, K174, 145, n1}
{ROB1: 134-5}
'Abdu'l-Bahá Interpreter of Writings of,
{ROB3: 283, 374, 406}
Interpreter of Word of God, {KA: K174, n130, n184}
'Abdu'l-Bahá Vicegerent of, {GPB: 245}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's relationship to {ROB3: 207-8, 225, 249-50, 252}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's station disclosed in Covenant of, {GPB: 239, 240}
describes station of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {ROB4: 56-7}
entitles 'Abdu'l-Bahá as,
Áqá (Master),
{GPB: 242}
{ROB3: 20, 106, 209, 252, 268, 362, 411n., 437, 446}
heir, {TOB: 221-2}
He Whom God hath purposed, {KA: K121, n145}
Most Great Branch,
{GPB: 239, 243}
{ROB3: 122, 207, 336, 371}
{TOB: 222}
Most Mighty Branch,
{KA: n145}
{TOB: 221, 227}
Mystery of God
reveals prayer for 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 243}
statement about 'Abdu'l-Bahá by, {ROB3: 142-3}
Centre of the Covenant, see Covenant
Exemplar of Teachings, Exemplar of Faith of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GPB: 242, 245}
{KA: 3}
{ROB1: 14, 100, 134}
Father of the Poor,
{GPB: 269}
{ROB3: 252}
infallibility of, see Infallibility
knighted by British authorities, {GPB: 306}
Master of 'Akká, {ROB4: 2}
on His own station, {ROB3: 405}
prestige of, {ROB4: 239-41, 421}
rank unparalleled in religious history, {GPB: 314}
spiritual titles of, {ROB1: 13-14, 100, 132, 134-5}
His Sufferings,
{GPB: 250}
Bahá'u'lláh foresees trials of 'Abdu'l-Bahá,
{GPB: 250}
"lightnings", "thunders", "earthquake", {GPB: 249}
enemies of, {GPB: 317-320}
imprisoned, {ROB3: 237}
investigation of (1907), {GPB: 269-272}
re-incarcerated, {GPB: 263-272}
released from imprisonment in 1908, {GPB: 272}
see also Lawh-i-Karmil
His Writings,
{ROB1: 50, 77, 80-81, 91, 95, 127n., 201, 239}
{ROB3: 107, 139, 140, 280, 284, 332, 350-51, 445}
{ROB4: 198}

Interpretations by,
{ROB1: 82-2}
of a hadíth, {ROB4: 39n.}
of The Hidden Words, see The Hidden Words
of 'Ishráqát, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Ishráqát
of Scripture, {ROB4: 147, 289, 357, 375n., 427}

not accounted "verses of God," {KA: n165}
quotations from, {GPB: 49, 55, 57, 72, 75, 92, 99, 107, 124, 150, 159, 183, 193, 196, 197, 201, 238, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 257, 271, 275, 276, 282, 288, 293, 308, 309, 310, 311, 316, 332, 347, 351, 354, 355, 377, 389, 397}

Statements by,
{ROB1: 62, 100, 120, 127, 208, 214, 230, 254-5, 257, 260 and n., 262, 268, 276-7, 284, 288-9, 290, 309}
on
'Abu'l-Fadl, Mírzá, see Abu'l-Fadl, Mírzá
Afnán-i-Kabír, see Afnáns
attributes,
{ROB4: 198}
of God, {ROB4: 132}
The Báb
interment, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
Shrine of, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
Bahá'u'lláh, see Bahá'u'lláh
Christ, {ROB4: 152}
consultation,
{ROB3: 51, 318}
{ROB4: 290}
courage, {ROB3: 35}
covenant-breakers, see Covenant-breakers
edict of Sultán meaningless, see To The Kings and Rulers/Tablet to Sultán 'Abdu'l-'Azíz
education and upbringing of children, {ROB3: 327, 328-9, 331}
emanation and incarnation, {ROB4: 40}
equality of men and women,
{KA: 7}
{ROB4: 203-4}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works, mutatis mutandis
faith, {ROB4: 217}
future, {ROB4: 423-4}
Hájí Mullá Mihdíy-i-'Atrí, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Hands of the Cause,
Hájí Mullá 'Alí-Akbar, see Hands of the Cause of God
Ismu'lláhu'l-Asdaq, see Hands of the Cause of God
marriage of Ibn-i-Abhar, see Hands of the Cause of God
Nabíl-i-Akbar, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Hikmat
see also Hands of the Cause of God, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Statements on, Tablets to
historical records, {ROB4: 46}
holy souls to arise, {ROB3: 381}
House of Justice, see House(s) of Justice
importance of the West, see West, The
laws of Báb and Bahá'u'lláh, see Báb,The
marriage,
{ROB3: 366-7}
marriage of Ibn-i-Abhar, see Hands of the Cause of God
Mashriqu'l-Adhkár,
{ROB3: 345}
of 'Ishqábád, {ROB4: 122}
medicine, see Lawh-i-Tibb
Muhammad Khán-i-Balúch, see Muhammad-Khán-i-Balúch, Hájí
music, {ROB3: 368-9}
nature of God, {ROB4: 41, 44-5, 131-2}
nuclear energy, {ROB4: 225}
pilgrimage,
{ROB3: 64}
makes arrangements for pilgrims, {ROB4: 2}
permission for, sought from, {ROB4: 87}
prayer,
and resting places of departed, see Prayer(s)/Departed
obligatory, see Prayer(s)
regeneration of world, {ROB3: 312}
relation of Báb to Bahá'u'lláh, see Báb,The
sacrifice, {ROB3: 211, 405}
Sháh-Muhammad, Hájí, {ROB3: 76}
smoking {ROB3: 437-9}
Spiritual Assemblies, see Bahá'í Faith/Assemblies
spiritual capacity, see Capacity/spiritual
surrendering one's will to the will of God, {ROB3: 405}
Táqí Khán, Mírzá, see Taqí Khán, Mírzá
teaching the Faith,
{ROB3: 332, 381}
guidance to teachers, {ROB4: 296}
sends teachers to India, {ROB4: 183, 184}
travel teachers during the ministry of, {ROB4: 276, 304, 310-11, 314}
unity, {ROB4: 2-4}
wisdom, {ROB4: 322}
prophecies of,
{GPB: 315, 316}
anticipates persecution of Jews in Europe, {GPB: 282}
dream, prophetic, {GPB: 270, 271}
Mount Carmel, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
predicts radical changes in Europe, {GPB: 282}
prophesies attacks on Cause, {GPB: 354, 355}
warns of World War I, {GPB: 303}
see also 'Abdu'l-Bahá/Ascension of
promises divine assistance, {ROB3: 383}
sends message to Amínu's-Sultán, {ROB4: 187-8}
subject matter of His talks, {GPB: 281, 282}

Tablets and Books,
Amr va Khalq, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Lawh-i-Hizár Baytí,
{ROB1: 127n.}
{ROB4: 146}
Memorials of the Faithful
{KA: n183}
{ROB4: 405-6}
Risáliy-i-Síyásíyyih (Treatise on Politics), {ROB4: 304}
Some Answered Questions,
{KA: n75, n86}
{ROB3: 339}
{ROB4: 41, 45, 152}
Laura Dreyfus-Barney (Laura Clifford Barney), translates,
{GPB: 260}
{ROB3: 187, 191}
Tablet of Purity, {ROB3: 437-9}
Tablets of the Divine Plan,
{GPB: 255, 296, 305, 406}
{ROB4: 358}
a charter for teaching of Bahá'í Faith, {ROB4: 358}
Divine Plan of, {KA: 4}
Will and Testament,
{GPB: 325-328; outline of, 328}
{KA: 3, n49, n66, n125, n183}
{ROB1: 137, 241n.}
{ROB3: 372n., 446}
{ROB4: 286, 288, 377n.}
appoints Shoghi Effendi as Guardian, {KA: 3, n66, n130}
outline of contents, {GPB: 328}
pens His Will and Testament, {GPB: 268}
successors to, {KA: 3}

Tablets of visitation, for specific individuals {ROB4: 165}
Tablet to
Áqá Mírzá Áqá, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Dunyá
Central Organization for a Durable Peace (The Hague),
{GPB: 308}
{ROB4: 304}
Covenant-breakers, see Covenant-breakers
Dr August Forel, see Forel, Dr. Auguste
Hájí Áqá Muhammad-i-'Aláqih-band, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Hands of the Cause, see Hands of the Cause of God/'Abdu'l-Bahá/Tablets to
Mírzá Áqá Khán, see Áqá Khán, Mírzá (Qá'im Maqámí)
Ustád 'Alí-Akbar, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Tajallíyát
Tablets on
creation, {ROB4: 40, 41, 44-5}
relationship of God to the Manifestations, {ROB4: 132}
trustworthiness, {ROB4: 26-7}
unaddressed, {ROB4: 325-6}
writes Tablets,
{ROB4: 326}
daily writing of Tablets, {GPB: 267}
'Abdu'l-Báqí, Siyyid,
(was noted for his learning, present when Báb dictated Tablet to Hájí Mírzá Janí at Káshán; afterwards became a believer),
{DBNN: 219, 221}
'Abdu'l-Ghaffár-i-Isfahání,
{GPB: 182}
{ROB1: 287-8}
{ROB2: 329, 402, 408, 411}
{ROB3: 12n., 36n.}
'Abdu'l-Hamid Khán
asks the Báb's forgiveness, {GPB: 13}
son was healed by the Báb, {DBNN: 195, 197, 372}
'Abdu'l-Hamíd, Shaykh, {ROB1: 283}
'Abdu'l-Hamíd, Sultán of Turkey,
{ROB3: 153, 154, 418}
{ROB4: 418}
Young Turks Revolution,
'Abdu'l-Hamíd condemned by, {GPB: 272}
saved life of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 271, 272}
made prisoner of state, {GPB: 272}
see also To The Kings and Rulers/'Abdu'l-'Azíz
'Abdu'l-Husayn-i-Samandar, Mírzá, {ROB4: 395}
'Abdu'l-Husayn-i-Tihrání, Shaykh (also known as 'Iráqí),
{ROB1: 142-7 passim, 225}
{ROB2: 332, 341-4}
stigmatized by Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB1: 148}
'Abdu'l-Karím-i-Máhút Furúsh {ROB3: 92-4, 96-104, passim}
'Abdu'l-Karím-i-Qazvíní, Mullá, (of Qazvín, also named Mírzá Ahmad by Bahá'u'lláh),
{DBNN: 159, 162, 163, 168, 170, 176, 212, 227, 439}
{ROB1: 53-4, 330}
{ROB2: 247n.}
{ROB3: 424, 425}
{ROB4: 439}
'Abdu'l-Kháliq-i-Yazdí, Mullá, {ROB2: 109-10}
'Abdu'lláh Khán-i-Turkamán,
(Head of army ordered by the Shah to attack Tabarsí),
{DBNN: 359, 360 (note 44)}
'Abdu'lláh, Hájí Mírzá, {ROB1: 41, 42}
'Abdu'lláh-i-Núrí, Mírzá, {ROB4: 56}
'Abdu'lláh-i-Sahíh Furúsh, Hájí Mírzá, {ROB3: 390}
'Abdu'lláh-i-Ubayy, {GL: 25, 83}
'Abdu'lláh-Mullá, a native of Shíráz (recounts the murder of Mullá Taqí), {DBNN: 276}
'Abdu'l-Majíd-i-Marághi'í, {ROB4: 84-5}
'Abdu'l-Majíd-i-Shírází, Hájí,
{ROB1: 94, 155, 157}
{ROB4: 45-6}
'Abdu'l-Qasím-i-Aláqih-Band-i-Isfáhání, {DBNN: 587}
'Abdu'l-Vahháb, Hájí, {DBNN: 7; story of, 87}
'Abdu'r-Rahím, Mírzá (of Burújird), {ROB3: 64}
'Abdu'r-Rahím-i-Qannád, {ROB4: 23}
'Abdu'r-Rahmán-i-Baraqúqí, {ROB3: 436}
'Abdu'r-Rasúl-i-Qumí, Áqá,
{ROB2: 333}
{ROB3: 178}
Abhá Kingdom, {ROB4: 34, 223}
'Ábid Hájí, Siyyid,
(one of the attendants who accompanied Vahíd to the enemy's camp and to his martyrdom),
{DBNN: 490}
Abú-'Alí Síná, {ROB4: 434}
Abú-Bakr, Caliph, see Clergy
Abú-Dhar, {ROB4: 433}
Abú 'Amír, {GL: 25}
Abu'l Qasím, Mírzá,
(Son-in-law and trusted disciple of the mujtahid, Mírzá Muhammad Taqí),
investigates the message of Bahá'u'lláh, {DBNN: 114, 116}
Abú-Lahab, {ROB1: 156 and n.}
Abu'l-'Aliy-i-Harátí (An enemy of Mullá Husayn), {DBNN: 159, 161}
Abú-Nasr, {ROB4: 434}
Abú-Tálib, Siyyid,
(The kad-khudá of a district in Nayríz and one of the companions of Vahíd),
{DBNN: 407, 408, 481}
Abú-Turáb-i-Qazvíní, Shaykh,
(a native of Ishtihárd, one of the disciples of Siyyid Kazím),
{DBNN: 39 note 22, 293, 299, 347}
{ROB1: 205, 332}
Abu'l-Fadl, Mírzá, of Gulpáygán,
{GPB: 195, 261}
{ROB1: 7, 221}
{ROB2: 16, 27-8, 44-5, 219-20}
{ROB3: 16, 21-2, 88, 91-107, 246, 270, 293, 304, 374-6, Appendix II}
{ROB4: 14, 99, 151-2, 258-79, 343}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's Statements on,
{ROB3: 106}
an example, {ROB4: 36}
dialogues of, with clergy {ROB4: 262-9}
Fará'id, his book, {ROB3: 16, 22, 434, 440}
exposes errors of Maqálih-Fí-Al-Islám (Treatise on Islám), {ROB4: 151}
imprisonment of, {ROB4: 379}
influence of prayers on, see Prayer(s)
on certitude, see Certitude
simple life of, {ROB4: 258-61}
teaching work of, {ROB4: 258-70}
travels of, {ROB4: 177, 258-70}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Abu'l-Fath-i-Shahristání, {TOB: 144 n.}
Abu'l-Hasan Mírzá, Prince (The Shaykhu'r-Ra'ís), {ROB2: 132 and n.}
Abu'l-Hasan-i-Bazzáz, Hájí (A traveller with the Báb to Híjáz), {DBNN: 156}
Abu'l-Hasan-i-Shírází, Hájí,
{DBNN: 130}
{ROB3: 202}
Abu'l-Qásim, (servant of Mírzá Yahyá), {ROB1: 247}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Baydá, Siyyid, {ROB2: 51-2}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Faráháni, Mírzá (Qá'im Maqám),
{ROB4: illus. 224; 221-2, 223}
{TOB: 65 and n.}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Hamadání (servant of Bahá'u'lláh), {ROB1: 62, 67}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Káshí,
{ROB1: 252}
{ROB4: 439}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Názir, {ROB4: 395-6, 398}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Sultán Ábádí, {ROB3: 20}
'Ád,
{ROB4: 96, 425-6}
{TOB: 214}
Ádhirbáyján,
{ROB2: 60, 147, 212}
{ROB4: 84, 145-6, 186, 210, 435, 439}
Navváb Hamzih Mírzá, Governor of, {DBNN: 504}
Adrianople, Edirne, 'Land of Mystery',
{ESW: 132}
{GL: 114}
{GPB: 159-182}
{KA: K37, Q100, n33, n63, n190}
{ROB2: 152, 427-37}
{ROB3: 1, 5, 16, 21, 27, 50, 64, 109, 110, 123, 151, 174, 176, 177, 205, 225n., 243, 250-51, 279, 415}
{ROB4: 1, 5, 6, 81, 108, 115, 154, 233, 247, 257, 393, 421}
{TOB: 118, 213}
Bábí community in, {ROB2: 138-9}
Bahá'ís in, {ROB1: 27, 28, 203, 287-8}
Bahá'u'lláh,
exile to,
{GPB: 159-162}
{ROB1: 17, 24, 37, 97, 102, 203, 246, 255}
{ROB2: 57, 61-2, 63, 152, 194, 291, 331}
in,
{ROB3: 5, 26, 251}
{ROB4: 247, 393, 421}
His proclamation in,
{GPB: 158, 170-177}
{GPB: 158, 166}
Murádíyyih, quarter of,
{ROB2: 427}
houses occupied by Bahá'u'lláh in,
{ROB2: 62}
Amru'lláh, house of, {ROB2: 62, 162, 210, 291, 295, 427, 433, 435}
'Izzat Áqá, house of, {ROB2: 291, 427, 433, 436}
Ridá Big, house of, {ROB2: 162, 164, 171, 181, 210, 291, 427, 436}
mosque of Sultán Salím, in, {ROB2: 62, 63, 293, 294, 428, 437}
His Writings in,
{GPB: 171-176}
{ROB1: 102, 279-80}
see Lawh-i-Ridván
departure from, {ROB2: 356, 398, 401-11}
Governor(s) of,
{ROB3: 251}
Khurshíd Páshá, {ROB2: 167, 296, 331, 391, 398, 401, 402, 404}
Adversity, Tests, Trials,
{GL: 12, 27, 72, 285}
{TOB: 17, 138, 177}
adversity followed by success, {TOB: 138}
yearning for, {TOB: 14, 15}
see also Martyrs, Martyrdom
Afghanistan,
{ROB4: 183}
see also Badakhshán, Balkh
Africa, {ROB4: 233, 423}
Agah, Rahbar, {ROB4: 459}
Age
coming of see Human Race
of maturity see Maturity, age of
old. elderly, {KA: K10, Q74, 146, n14, n25, n31}
of retirement, {KA: n56}
Agnostic, {ROB3: 36, 326n.}
Agriculture,
{ROB4: 341}
{TOB: 90}
Ahmad Effendi, {ROB4: 24}
Ahmad-i-Ahsá'í, Shaykh (Shaykh-i-Ahsá'í, Shaykh Ahmad),
{DBNN: 1 (notes 1, 2, 3), 1-18, 140, 201}
{KA: K157, n171, n172, n182}
{ROB1: 169n., 204, 221, 299n.}
{ROB4: 436}
Shaykhí School, {KA: n171, n182}
Ahmad-i-Azghandí, Mírzá (a learned 'Ulama of Khurásán),
{DBNN: 125, 127, 184, 504, 587}
{ROB1: 194}
{ROB3: 27-8}
his conversion to the Faith, {GPB: 12}
Ahmad-i-Káshání, Hájí Mírzá, {ROB2: 67, 118, 127, 137, 159}
Ahmad-i-Khurásání, Shaykh, {ROB2: 60}
Ahmad-i-Níshápúrí, Shaykh (Shaykh-i-Fání), {ROB3: 177}
Ahmad-i-Ruhi, Shaykh, {ROB4: 399-402}
Akhtar (newspaper), {ROB4: 396, 400-401, 436}
'Akká,
{ESW: 33, 56, 68, 69, 79, 106, 119, 125, 128, 134, 144, 145, 177-180}
{KA: K85, K132, K136, n8, n63, n116, n127, n192}
{ROB1: 17, 24, 27, 42, 98, 204, 286-9 passim}
{ROB2: 2, 214, 325, 356, 398-411 passim}
{ROB3: 1, 9, 12, 14-16, 21, 24-5, 58, 63, 64, 153, 159-60, 171, 203, 211, 248-9, 251, 252, 257-8, 301-2, 384-6, 403n., 414-15, 418, 419, 443}
{ROB4: 9, 11, 14, 25, 31, 51, 58, 103, 107, 115, 170, 205, 244n., 303, 325, 343, 362, 392, 398, 400, 402, 405, 416, 417, 421, 430}

'Abdu'l-Bahá in,
Bahjí, see 'Akká/Bahjí
barracks, {ROB3: 17-20}
Khán-i-'Avámíd (Inn of the Pillars), {ROB3: 159, 222-3}
life in 'Akká,
{ROB1: 100, 132, 201}
{ROB3: 66}
{ROB4: 1-6, 45}
'Master of', see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
Bahá'u'lláh exile to,
{GPB: 179-222}
{ROB1: 17, 204, 286-9 passim}
{ROB3: 1, 11-16, 27-8, 114}
{ROB4: 6, 77, 242, 278, 351, 353}
Bahá'u'lláh in,
{ROB3: 16}
{ROB4: 105, 242-3}
arrival {ROB4: 351}
Barracks,
{ROB3: 16-21, 23, 52-3, 56, 66, 179, 210, 216, 221, 243}
conditions in, {ROB3: 16-21}
death of Purest Branch in, see Bahá'u'lláh
Healing Prayer revealed in, see Prayer(s)
interrogation of Bahá'u'lláh in, {GPB: 190}
Lawh-i-Ridván revealed in, see Lawh-i-Ridván
pilgrims to, {ROB3: 16, 54-8, 60, 67-8}
referred to in Lawh-i-Ra'ís, see Lawh-i-Ra'ís
water, in, {ROB3: 17}
difficulty entering, {ROB3: 54-7, 58, 60-61, 179, 225}
donkey of, {ROB4: 105, 106, 336}
feasts held in honour of, {ROB4: 9-10}
Garden of Ridván, see Ridván
houses lived in,
{ROB3: 221}
'Abbúd, house of,
{ROB3: 24, 52, 69, 221, 238, 400-403, 410, 413}
{ROB4: 33, 106, 242}
'Abbúd, Christian merchant of 'Akká, residence of,
{ROB3: 24, 238, 413}
{ROB4: 248}
Bahá'u'lláh at, {ROB3: 400-403}
Bahjí, Mansion of,
{KA: n8, n54}
{ROB1: 24, 276n., 319}
{ROB3: 22, 160}
{ROB4: illus. 109, 110, 111, 112, 422; 30, 103-17, 405, 416}
and 'Abdu'1-Bahá, {ROB4: 1, 5, 104, 106, 108}
Bahá'u'lláh at,
{ROB4: 9n., 85, 103-17, 242, 245, 333, 351, 414, 418, 423}
His ascension,
{GPB: 221-233}
{KA: 1, K38, K53, K121, n9, n54, n125, n139}
{ROB1: 24, 132-3, 205}
{ROB3: 153, 224, 372n., 383}
{ROB4: 107n., 185, 300, 351, 413-24}
'Abdu'l-Bahá on, see Bahá'u'lláh
effect of ascension of, {GPB: 222-223, 244, 404-405}
expresses desire to leave world, {GPB: 221}
Nabíl-i-A'zam's account of, see Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam
Shoghi Effendi describes events after, see Shoghi Effendi
His Shrine, Most Holy Shrine,
{KA: K6, n8, n54}
{ROB1: 206 and n., 318-19}
{ROB3: 22, 348n.}
{ROB4: illus. 422; 30n., 103, 165, 170, 362n., 418, 419}
Abu'l-Qásim-i-Khurásání, Mírzá, caretaker at, {ROB4: 30n.}
circumambulation of, {ROB4: 107-8}
pilgrimage to,
{GPB: 300}
{ROB4: 103}
Qiblih (point of adoration), Most Holy Tomb, Holy Court,
{GPB: 214, 348, 355, 369}
{KA: 14, K6, K137, 145-146, n7}
{ROB2: 60-1, 135}
{ROB3: 170 and n., 281, 348 and n., 408}
{ROB4: 362}
focus for Obligatory Prayers, {KA: K6, 92, 99, Q67, n7}
identified by the Báb as Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K137, 145, n7}
and non-obligatory prayers, {KA: Q14}
and Prayer for the Dead, {KA: Q85, n10, n19}
resting place of Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K6, 145, n8}

Hájí Muhammad-Táhir-i-Málmírí describes events at, {ROB4: 106-8}
Holy Family does not go to, {ROB4: 1, 106}
inscription over entrance of, {ROB4: 104}
Shoghi Effendi discusses, {ROB4: 104}
'Údí Khammár, merchant of 'Akká, residence of, see 'Akká/'Údí Khammár, house of
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Khavvám, Mansúr, house of, {ROB3: 221}
Malik, house of, {ROB3: 221}
Mazra'ih, mansion of,
{ROB1: 290-91}
{ROB3: 389, 401n., 416, 418}
{ROB4: 52}
'Abdu'lláh Páshá, summer residence of, {ROB4: 1}
Bahá'u'lláh at, {ROB4: 1-10, 11, 50, 73, 103, 104-5, 181, 186, 244, 421}
Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet about, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Dunyá/Áqá Mírzá Áqáy-i-Afnán (Núru'd-Dín)
pilgrims at, {ROB4: 9}
room of Bahá'u'lláh at, {ROB4: 248}
scenery at, {ROB4: 7}
Rábi'ih, house of, {ROB3: 221}
'Údí Khammár, house of,
{ROB3: 29, 221-2, 224-6, 234, 253, 274, 275}
'Údí Khammár, merchant of 'Akká, residence of,
{KA: 12}
{ROB4: 103-4, 108}
Kitáb-i-Aqdas revealed in, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
see also 'Akká/Bahjí
inn of Siyyid Habíb, {ROB3: 250}
interrogated by Governor, {ROB3: 238, 242-3}
interviews Governor, {ROB3: 249-50}
interviews Muftí of 'Akká, {ROB3: 70-71}
Khán-i-Shávirdí, {ROB3: 237}
laws of World Order revealed in, {GPB: 323}
life in, {ROB4: 1-2, 104-5, 241-4}
major crisis begins in 'Akká, {GPB: 185}
Most Great Prison,
{DBNN: 304}
{GPB: 179, 182, 183-220, 196, 224}
{ROB1: 17, 98, 290}
{ROB3: 1, 11 ff., 16-17, 19-21, 32, 36, 52-3, 55, 60, 74, 108, 205-6, 208, 210, 216, 221, 386}
{ROB4: 5, 6, 104, 105, 242, 335, 401, 412}
{TOB: 21, 52, 77, 78, 83, 89, 95, 210, 227, 233, 254, 264, 267}
Prisoner of 'Akká, a title of Bahá'u'lláh, see Bahá'u'lláh
twenty-four years' incarceration in 'Akká, {GPB: 104}
Muhammad-Hasan, Áqá, caretaker of Pilgrim House, {ROB3: 362}
ordered to 'Akká, {GPB: 179}
pilgrims, {ROB4: 83-7}
proclamation of His Mission from 'Akká, {GPB: 206-213}
prophecies an end to imprisonment,
{ROB3: 33}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
leaves the prison-city, {ROB3: 416-18}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
climate, {ROB3: 21-2}
description of, {GPB: 185, 186}
history of, {GPB: 185}
Holy Family in,
{ROB4: 106}
Ásíyih Khánum (Navváb), resting-place in, see Bahá'u'lláh
Mírzá Mihdí (The Purest Branch), resting-place in, see Bahá'u'lláh
inhabitants of,
{ROB3: 12-13, 19, 21, 22-3, 69-72, 225, 235, 236-7, 238, 252, 400}
Bahá'ís,
{ROB1: 26, 27, 29, 35, 39, 204, 287-91 passim}
{ROB3: 54-5, 65-72, 160, 401-4, 407, 410-12}
{ROB4: 2}
'Abdu'lláh Tu'zih, {ROB3: 13}
Nabíl-i-Akbar at, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Hikmat
'Uthmán Effendi, {ROB3: 72}
Christian community, {ROB3: 22, 221, 225}
Covenant-breakers,
{ROB1: 201, 315-19}
Azalís in,
{ROB3: 56-7}
murder of three Azalís, {ROB3: 69, 224-5, 234-9, 242-3, 400, 407}
Khalíl Ahmad 'Abdú, {ROB3: 12-13}
mourn death of Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 222}
Sálih Effendi, {ROB3: 70}
its authorities and leaders,
{ROB3: 11, 14, 17-19, 20, 52-3, 65-6, 69, 70-72, 235, 237-9, 242, 411-12 n., 416-18}
Clergy, Islám,
{ROB1: 32}
{ROB3: 70}
Mahmúd-i-'Arrábí, Shaykh,
{ROB1: 32 and n., 33}
{ROB3: 65-8, 70, 109, 216}
Jarráh,
Ahmad-i-, officer in the Turkish Army, {ROB3: 68-9}
Amín-i-, Commander of the Guard, {ROB3: illus. 60; 69}
Khálid-i-, physician, {ROB3: 69}
Governor of,
{ROB4: 7, 336}
directed to restore aqueduct, {GPB: 192}
Faydí Páshá, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
respects Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 191}
Muftí of,
{ROB3: 70-72, 238, 242}
{ROB4: 239}
Shaykh 'Alíy-i-Mírí,
{ROB3: 70-71, 410-412, 413, 417}
{ROB4: 245}
Mutasarrif, {ROB3: 17-19, 235, 237-8, 249-50}
officials governing, {TOB: 125, 127}
Junaynih, Garden of,
{ROB4: 30, 105, 244, 335}
Bahá'u'lláh in, {ROB4: 336}
land gate, {ROB3: 57, 225}
Muslim Cemetery, {ROB3: 20}
Mosque of, {ROB3: 18, 66, 179}
pilgrims, pilgrimages to,
{GPB: 198}
{ROB1: 37, 48, 50n., 111, 131-2}
{ROB4: 8, 12, 33, 84-5, 87, 120, 178, 217}
Siyyid Asadu'lláh's pilgrimage to, see Asadu'lláh, Siyyid
prophecies and traditions concerning,
{GPB: 183, 184}
{ROB1: 32n.}
{ROB3: 13, 14-16, 28, 65-6, 67, 68}
{ROB4: 387}
public bath, {ROB3: 19, 74-5}
Shaykh Yúsuf visits, {ROB4: 239}
Strong City, {TOB: 259}
Sulaymán Khán in, {ROB4: 178, 181, 185, 189}
Súq-i-Abyad (White Market),
{ROB4: 106, 243}
Khán-i-Súq-i-Abiyad, {ROB1: 131}
Tablets revealed in, {ROB3: 25, 29, 32, 34, 45, 87, 100n., 110, 114, 116, 118, 123, 133, 147, 174, 179, 199, 216, 223, 226, 230, 258, 270, 272, 279, 358, 379, 420-21}
water, in 'Akká, {ROB3: 22-5}
Al-Azhar, University of,
{ROB3: 435}
{ROB4: 151, 265}
Alchemy, {ROB4: 225}
Aleppo, {ROB4: 418}
Alexander the Great, {ROB4: 46}
Alexandria, Egypt,
{ROB2: 411}
{ROB3: 5-11, 56}
{ROB4: 23, 24}
Bahá'í agency in, {GPB: 195}
Constantine (an Alexandrian Christian), {ROB3: 4, 7}
Tablet revealed in, in honour of Nabíl-i-A'zam see Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam
'Alí (minister of Sultán 'Abdu'l-'Azíz), {ROB4: 242}
'Alí' Hájí, {ROB3: 183}
'Ali Khán, Siyyid, arrest at Zanján, {DBNN: 557}
'Alí Khán-i-Máh-Kú'í (warden of the Castle of Máh-Kú), {DBNN: 230, 243, 247, 256, 302}
'Alí Sháh, Prince, {ROB1: 258}
'Alí, Áqá (martyr of Yazd), {ROB4: 347}
'Alí, Mírzá, Mulla, Shaykh (surnamed 'Azim),
(nephew of the Imám Jum'ih of the Masjid-i-Vakíl),
{DBNN: 125, 155, 172, 306, 313, 505, 587, 599}
{GPB: 28}
{ROB1: 327 and n., 328}
{ROB4: 437}
'Alí, Mullá (Mu'allim), {ROB3: 90}
'Alí, Shaykh, {ROB4: 23-4}
'Alí, Siyyid (brother-in-law of the wife of 'Abdu'l-Bahá), {ROB4: 16}
'Alí-Akbar, Mullá, of Manshád, {ROB2: 100-2}
'Alí-Akbar-i-Ardistání, Mullá, {ROB3: 256}
'Alí-Akbar-i-Hakkák, {ROB2: 46}
'Alí-Akbar-i-Muhibb'us-Sultán (Rawhání), {ROB4: 293}
'Alí-Asghar (first martyr of Yazd), {ROB4: 347}
'Alí-Asghar (sixth martyr of Yazd), {ROB4: 348}
'Alí-Asghar-i-Hikmát, {ROB4: 314}
'Alí-Asghar-i-Khán, the Amínu's-Sultán, {ROB4: 185-8}
'Ali-Askar, Hájí,
relates account of Martyrdom of the Báb, {DBNN: 518}
visits Báb in Tabríz when imprisoned), {DBNN: 239, 240}
'Alí-'Askar-i-Shál-Báf, Ustád, {ROB2: 103-4}
'Alí-Khán, {ROB3: 196-8}
Ali-Kuli Khán,
{ROB3: 105-6}
{ROB4: 261, 265}
'Alí-Naqíy-i-Níshápúrí, Mullá, {ROB2: 61}
'Alí-Ridáy-i-Mustawfí, Mírzá, {ROB2: 388}
'Alíy-i-Misrí, Hájí, {ROB3: 52}
'Alíy-i-Mudhahhib, Mullá (one of the attendants who bore Vahíd to his martyrdom), {DBNN: 490}
'Alíy-i-Sabzivárí, Mullá (martyr of Yazd), {ROB4: 347, 349}
'Alíy-i-Yazdí, Hájí, {ROB4: 248}
'Alíy-i-Yazdí, Siyyid, {ROB4: 23-5}
'Alíy-i-Zunúzí, Siyyid,
(a notable of Tabríz, Muhammad-Alíy-i-Zunúzí's stepfather),
{DBNN: 307, 509}
Alláh-Yár, Hájí,
(who with Sulayman Khán transfers the Báb's remains to Tihrán),
{DBNN: 519}
{ROB3: 423-4}
Allenby, General,
extends sympathy at passing of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 312}
instructed to protect 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 306}
visits 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 306}
Amanuensis,
of The Báb,
Mullá 'Abdu'l-Karím-i-Qazvíní, see 'Abdu'l-Karím-i-Qazvíní, Mullá
Siyyid Husayn-i-Yazdí, see Letters of the Living
of Bahá'u'lláh, see Áqá Ján, Mírzá (Khádimu'lláh)
America,
{ROB3: 155}
{ROB4: 233, 260-1, 262, 265, 285, 358}
Bahá'ís of,
{ROB3: 345, 431, 432}
accomplishments of, {GPB: 255-256, 329-345, 348-353, 372-374}
community, {GPB: 396, 400}
community of the Most Great Name, {GPB: 316}
distinguishes itself, {GPB: 396-401}
Divine Plan of, {GPB: 296, 305}
evolved pattern of Administrative Order, {GPB: 255}
Canada, {GPB: 336}
foundation of Faith laid by May Bolles, see Maxwell, May Ellis Bolles
conferred special favor by 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 305}
continent will lead all nations spiritually, {GPB: 254}
early history of Faith in, {GPB: 256-263}
introduction of Faith in (1893), {GPB: 256}
Latin America, establishment of Faith in, {GPB: 399, 400}
Mexico, Spiritual Assembly in, {GPB: 336}
North America,
achievements of Bahá'ís in, {GPB: 255, 256}
establishment of Faith in, {GPB: 253, 256-262}
will lead all nations spiritually, {GPB: 254}
United States of America,
{ROB3: 82, 83-4, 106, 337}
'Abdu'l-Bahá in,
{GPB: 281-283, 287-292}
addresses at public gatherings, {GPB: 288, 289}
Bowery (New York), visit to, {GPB: 291}
lays dedication stone of Mashriqu'l-Adhkár, see Chicago
proof of His love for American believers, {GPB: 288}
resolves to visit America, {GPB: 259}
Chase, Thornton, first believer in,
Abdu'l-Bahá visits grave of, {GPB: 288, 292}
first American believer, {GPB: 257, 267}
Englewood, New Jersey, souvenir feast at, {GPB: 288}
first Bahá'í Convention, see Bahá'í Faith
government,
Bahá'u'lláh addresses Presidents of, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
President of the United States, uses Bahá'u'lláh's peace principles, {GPB: 294}
presidential system, {ROB4: 162}
recognizes the Faith, {GPB: 372, 373}
Roosevelt, Pres. Franklin D., {GPB: 344}
Kenosha, Wisconsin, Faith taught in, {GPB: 257}
Mashriqu'l-Adhkár in, see Chicago
Muskegon, Michigan, endowment in, {GPB: 337}
New York City,
{ROB3: 83-4}
called "City of the Covenant," {GPB: 288}
introduction of Faith in, {GPB: 257}
Philadelphia, introduction of Faith in, {GPB: 257}
Pine Valley, Colorado, endowments in, {GPB: 337}
Schools,
Colorado Springs, {GPB: 340, 341}
Geyserville,
endowments in, {GPB: 337}
summer school established (1927), {GPB: 340}
Green Acre,
'Abdu'l-Bahá visits, {GPB: 288}
endowments in, {GPB: 337}
first summer conference (1894), {GPB: 261}
summer school established (1929), {GPB: 340}
Louhelen, {GPB: 340}
states recognizing Bahá'í marriage, {GPB: 373, 374}
Turner, Robert C., {GPB: 259}
West Englewood, endowments in, {GPB: 337}
Wilson House, Malden, Mass., {GPB: 337}
world mission of, {GPB: 305, 396, 397}
Amír-Nizám-Taqí Khán, Mírzá,
(Grand Vazír of Násiri'd-Dín Sháh),
{DBNN: 332, 500, 504, 506, 526, 539, 547, 595}
Amos,
{ROB3: 15}
{ROB4: 408}
prophecies of, {ESW: 145}
Ámul,
{ROB3: 68}
{ROB4: 148, 389, 435}
Animal(s),
{GL: 265, 335}
{KA: K9, K123, n12}
animal nature of humans, see Man
Carrion, {KA: K60, Q24, n83}
cruelty to, prohibited, {KA: 14, K187}
Hunting, {KA: K60, Q24, 157, n83-n84, n173}
kindness to, {ROB1: 188}
kingdom of,
{ROB1: 2, 3, 5, 8}
{ROB4: 198-9}
Apostle(s) of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GPB: 254}
{ROB1: 16, 26, 27 and n., 36, 41n., 95, 202, 259}
{ROB2: 42, 44, 77n., 175n.}
{ROB3: 76, 88, 104, 181}
{ROB4: 49, 50, 53, 88n., 105, 294, 394, 414, 438}
Mírzá 'Alí-Muhammad-i-Varqá, see Hands of the Cause of God
Mírzá Músá, see Bahá'u'lláh
Shaykh Kázim-i-Samandar,
{ROB1: 36}
{ROB2: 73-4, 175, 246, 260}
{ROB3: 88-91, 257-8, 266, 381}
{ROB4: 88, 178, 191, 394}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works, Shoghi Effendi
Apperson, Ann, niece of Mrs. Hearst, {GPB: 257}
Áqá Ján (Kaj Kuláh),
{ROB2: 326, 397, 402}
{ROB3: 56, 178, 224-5, 235}
Áqá Ján Khán-i-Khamsih,
(known also by the name of Khamsih and Násirí, colonel of the body guard, executioner of the Báb),
{DBNN: 514}
Áqá Ján, {GPB: 179, 181, 189}
Áqá Ján, Mírzá (Khádimu'lláh), amanuensis of Bahá'u'lláh,
{DBNN: 460}
{GPB: 115, 116, 138, 166, 171, 247}
{KA: n192}
{ROB1: 24, 35-8, 40, 69, 92, 131, 157, 205, 228, 278}
{ROB2: 6, 153, 162, 294, 329}
{ROB3: 7, 37, 45 and n., 57, 122, 179, 205 and n., 206, 236, 251, 279, 304n., 386, 404}
{ROB4: 8, 9, 24, 73, 105, 106, 114, 246, 248, 254-5, 300, 332, 339, 400}
{TOB: 159, 174}
biography, {ROB1: 24, 40-41}
breaks Bahá'u'lláh's Covenant,
{ROB1: 315-19}
downfall of, {ROB4: 247}
his important testimony, {ROB1: 42}
records revelation, {ROB4: 125, 219, 333, 334}
'Revelation writing',
{ROB1: 24-5, 35-6}
{ROB3: 7}
{ROB4: 125, 334}
Tablets dictated to, {TOB: 159}
"the first to believe" in Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 115}
Áqá Ján, Siyyid, {GPB: 200}
Áqá Khán, Mírzá (Qá'im Maqámí),
{ROB4: illus. 224; 222-5}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, Tablet to, {ROB4: 223-5, 400}
Áqá Khán, Mírzá, Persian Prime Minister, {ROB1: 10-11}
Áqá Khán-i-Kirmání, Mírzá, {ROB4: 399-402}
Áqá Khán-i-Núrí, Mírzá,
(the I'timádu'd-Dawlih who succeeded Mírzá Taqí Khán),
{DBNN: 120, 279, 502, 522, 598, 650}
Áqá Ridá, of Shíráz, {ROB1: 288-8}
Aqásí, Háji Mirza (a Grand Vizir of Muhammad Shah),
{DBNN: 120, 121, 204, 226, 231, 244, 254, 259, 280, 301, 525, 531}
{GPB: 6, 13}
{TOB: 65 n.}
death of, {GPB: 82}
falls in disgrace, {GPB: 37}
persecutor of Bábís, {GPB: 82}
plots against the Báb, {GPB: 15}
Áqáy-i-Káshání, Mírzá (Ismu'lláhu'l-Muníb),
{ROB1: 283-7 passim}
{ROB2: 59, 65, 72-7 passim, 114}
{ROB3: 425}
Arabia, Arab(s),
{KA: Q74, n192}
{ROB1: 22, 214-15}
{ROB3: 74, 131-2, 179, 237}
{ROB4: 25, 208, 325, 425, 426}
see also Hadhramaut, Jaddih, Kaaba, Mecca
Arák, {ROB4: 222, 223}
Arawaka, Viscount, {ROB4: 225}
Ardabíl, {ROB4: 186}
Ardikán, {ROB4: 245}
Arguments, {ROB3: 336-7}
Aristotle, {TOB: 147}
Armenian, {ROB3: 121}
Asadu'lláh, Mírzá (surnamed Dayyán by the Báb), of Khuy (Khoy),
{DBNN: 303, 304}
{ROB1: 249-52}
{ROB4: 439}
Asadu'lláh, Siyyid, {ROB4: 191}
Asadu'lláh-i-Farhádí, Hájí, {ROB2: 171-2}
Asadu'lláh-i-Isfahání, Mírzá, {ROB3: 427-30}
Asadu'lláh-i-Káshání, Mírzá, {ROB2: 302-3}
Asadu'lláh-i-Qumí, Siyyid,
{ROB1: 35; quoted, 35-6, 87-9}
{ROB4: 14, 185-7, 222-3, 333}
in Tihrán, {ROB4: 186}
Prophecies of, {ROB4: 185-6}
Ascetic, asceticism, Seclusion,
{KA: 14, K36, 157, n61}
{ROB3: 281, 347}
{TOB: 71}
prohibited, {GPB: 214}
see also Detachment
Ashraf, Áqá Mírzá, (of Ábádih),
{ROB4: 175-6, 384, 385-6, 435}
{TOB: 79 and n.}
Asia, {ROB4: 233, 394, 423}
Ásíyih, {GPB: 347}
Assistance, Aid,
to Cause of God, {KA: K84, K159}
divine, {KA: K53, K74, K157, 164}
to king who will arise, {KA: K84}
of laws, {KA: K4}
Association
with followers of all religions, {KA: K144, 159}
between people of Bahá, {KA: n82, n95}
'Atá'u'lláh, Saráj'u'l-Hukamá, Mírzá, {ROB4: illus. 327; 326-8, 459}
Atheist(s),
{ROB3: 36, 326}
God and, {ROB2: 313-14}
Atom(s),
{GL: 16, 177, 192, 267, 300, 324, 325}
{TOB: 5, 76, 130, 176}
Atonement, {ROB3: 211}
Attachment,
to the next world, {ROB2: 36-9}
to the Kingdom of Names, {ROB2: 39-43}
to this world, {ROB3: 10, 48, 180, 193}
Attributes, see God, attributes of God and/or Bahá'u'lláh
Australasia, {ROB4: 233}
Australia,
Hazíratu'l-Quds, {GPB: 338}
Dunn, Hyde,
buried in Sydney, {GPB: 400}
pioneer to, {GPB: 308}
National Assembly in, {GPB: 333, 336}
opened to Faith, {GPB: 315}
Austria,
{KA: 15, K85, n116}
Austrian officer witnesses persecution, {GPB: 65, 66}
emperor of, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Authority,
{KA: 13-14}
of 'Abdu'l-Bahá,
{KA: 3, 13, K121, K174, n66, n130, n145}
see also 'Abdu'l-Bahá
of God, {KA: K93, K161, K162, K163, 94, 95, 99, 100, 101, Q83, Q100}
of Holy Text, {KA: 4-5, 13, K53, K99, Q10}
of House of Justice,
{KA: 3, 4-5, 13, K42, 91, n95}
see also House(s) of Justice
of interpretation,
{KA: n130}
see also Interpretation of Sacred Text
of Manifestation of God, {KA: 14, K7, K47, K53, K81, K82, K132, K143, K183, n75, n160}
of Shoghi Effendi,
{KA: 3, 13-14, n66, n130}
see also Guardianship; Shoghi Effendi
those in, injunction not to contend with, {KA: K95, 161}
see also Infallibility
'Azím-i-Tafrishí, Áqá,
{ROB3: 23-4}
{ROB4: 255}
'Aziz Khan-i-Mukrí (surnamed Sardár-i-Kull), his meeting with Hujjat, {DBNN: 556}
'Azízu'lláh (son of Varqá), {ROB4: 55, 58, 59}
'Azízu'lláh-i-Jadhdháb, Mírzá,
{ROB3: 168-73, 179}
{ROB4: 398}
Azízu'lláh-i-Misbáh, Mírzá, {ROB2: 38-9, 44, 81, 191}
Báb, The (Siyyid 'Alí-Muhammad, {DBNN: Mírzá 'Alí Muhammad of Shíráz}),
{DBNN: 27, 30, 52}
{GL: 73, 74, 101, 102, 259}
{ROB1: 3, 20, 56, 61, 169, 207, 213, 325, 326}
{ROB2: 86, 119, 202-4, 210-11, 303, 321, 354, 375-6, 382-7 403}
{ROB3: 9, 10, 42, 58, 75, 88, 115, 141, 142, 152, 188n., 196-8, 223, 240, 254, 257, 262, 350, 386n., Appendix I}
{ROB4: 101n., 120, 122, 123, 126, 128, 137, 147, 148, 150, 175, 207-10, 305n., 405, 406, 436, 437, 438, 439, 440}
{TOB: 101-3, 233}

Biographical,
and,
'Abdu'l-Bahá,
statements, on
laws of Báb and Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB3: 278, 281}
relation of Báb to Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB3: 306}
Alí Khán (warden of Máh-Kú) impressed with Báb's influence, {GPB: 19}
Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB2: 76, 119, 182, 242n., 305, 376-81}
asks people to recite the Remover of Difficulties, {GPB: 119}
corresponds with the Báb, {GPB: 31}
focal point for Bábís, {GPB: 127, 128}
identifies Himself with Bábí Faith, {GPB: 67}
on
House of The Báb, see Shíráz
transfer of the remains of The Báb, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
Writings of The Báb, {ROB4: 47-8, 373}
receives documents of the Báb, {GPB: 69}
refers to the Báb, {KA: K135, K136, K140, K141, K142, K143}
tribute to martyrs of Bábí Faith, {GPB: 79}
governor of Isfahán, guest of, {GPB: 15}
King and Beloved of Martyrs, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Manúchihr Khán, the Mu'tamidu'd-Dawlih,
{DBNN: 199, 203, 205, 211, 213, 214}
The Báb's letter to, {DBNN: 199}
His prediction of the approaching death of Manúchihr Khán, {DBNN: 213}
visit of, to, {GPB: 14, 15}
Mírzá Yahyá,
{ROB2: 242n.,247}
The Báb nominate Mírzá Yahyá as figurehead, {GPB: 28, 29}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/Mírzá Yahyá
Muhammad Shah, letter from, see Persia/Kings
Mu'tamid,
foretells death of, {GPB: 16}
protected by, {GPB: 15}
Siyyid Yahyáy-i-Dárábí, addressed by, see Yahyáy-i-Dárábí
Vahíd, interviews with, {GPB: 11, 12}
birth,
{DBNN: 72}
{ROB1: 294n.}
{ROB4: 334-5}
early days of, {DBNN: 72}
Genealogy of, {DBNN: lviii}
one of Twin Birthdays, {KA: Q2}
prayer revealed by Bahá'u'lláh on Anniversary of, {TOB: 234}
school days, {DBNN: 75}
son of a mercer of Shíráz in Fárs, {GPB: 5, 402}
see also Holy Days
distinguished people proclaim His Cause, {GPB: 20}
great effect on multitude, {GPB: 14}
half of ministry remote from followers, {GPB: 127}
His farewell to His guards, {DBNN: 236}
His warning to the Farrásh-Báshí, {DBNN: 508-9, 513}
honors accorded to,
{DBNN: 202}
{GPB: 15}
influence on people of Isfahán, {GPB: 14}
His family,
{ROB1: 153-9 passim, 198-201 passim, 206n., 249, 251}
Fátimih-Bagum, mother of, {ROB1: 154-7 passim, 159, 200}
final separation from, {GPB: 14}
Afnáns ('twigs', The Báb's kindred),
{ROB1: 134 and n., 155, 158-9, 198-9}
{ROB4: 50, 73, 119-20, 248, 284-5}
{TOB: 73, 84, 221-3, 231, 232}

Áqá Mírzá Áqáy-i-Afnán (Núru'd-Dín), see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Dunyá
Áqá Siyyid Ahmad-i-Afnán,
{ROB3: 172}
{ROB4: 396, 398-9}
Fátimih Khánum-i-Afnán, {ROB1: 159}
Hájí Mírzá Buzurg-i-Afnán, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Tarázát
Hájí Mírzá Habíb'u'lláh-i-Afnán,
{ROB1: 155}
{ROB3: 202}
{ROB4: 101, 332-6}
Hájí Mírzá Mahmúd, {ROB1: 199}
Hájí Mírzá Siyyid 'Alí (Khál-i-A'zam, The Greatest Uncle),
(maternal uncle of The Báb, and one of The Seven Martyrs of Tihrán),
{DBNN: 143, 151, 175, 442, 446}
{GPB: 11, 13}
{ROB1: 153, 154, 327, 329}
{ROB4: 429}
Hájí Mírzá Siyyid Hasan-'Alí (Afnán-i-Kabír, The Great Afnán), uncle of The Báb
{ROB1: 156-7, 159}
{ROB3: 257}
{ROB4: illus. 404; 330, 396, 401, 402-6, 334}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's statement on, {ROB4: 405-6}
Siyyid 'Alí, son of (son-in-law of Bahá'u'lláh), see Bahá'u'lláh
Hájí Mírzá Siyyid Muhammad, uncle of The Báb, see Kitáb-i-Íqán
Hájí Mírzá Muhammad-Taqíy-i-Afnán (Vakílu'd-Dawlih), son of,
{ROB1: 158, 198-201}
{ROB4: 120, 122, 123, 394}
Hájí Mírzá Muhammad 'Alí, son of,
{ROB1: 198}
{ROB4: 120-2, 394}
Hájí Muhammad 'Alíy-i-Afnán, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Hájí Siyyid Mírzáy-i-Afnán,
{ROB3: 101}
{ROB4: 107}
Hájí Siyyid 'Alíy-i-Afnán, {ROB1: 41}
Mírzá 'Alí-Akbar, paternal cousin of The Báb,
{ROB1: 251-252}
{ROB4: 439}
Mírzá Muhsin-i-Afnán, {ROB4: 396}

establish trading company in Istanbul, {ROB4: 394-6}
in India, {ROB4: 178-81}
Tablet to, {GL: 92}
take counsel on community affairs, {ROB4: 119n.}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
reference to His mother and wife, {DBNN: 191}
Siyyid Muhammad-Ridá, father of, {DBNN: 14}
wife of,
Khadíjih Bagum,
{ROB1: 155, 206n.}
{ROB2: 382-7}
{ROB4: 329, 331, 404, 405, 429, 430}
Fátimih, second wife of, {ROB1: 249 and n.}
marriage, {DBNN: 76}
farewell to His relatives and departure from Shíráz, {DBNN: 198}
see also 'Iráq
in,
Búshihr, see Búshihr
Chihríq, see Chihríq
Isfahán, see Isfahán
Káshán, see Jání, Hájí Mírzá
Máh-Kú, see Máh-Kú
Mecca, see Mecca
Medina, see Medina
Shíráz, see Shíráz
Tabriz, see Tabríz
personal relics of,
{GPB: 347}
portrait of, {GPB: 347}
Seals of, {ROB2: 147, 164}
popularity of, {GPB: 15}
Russian poetess produces drama "The Báb", {GPB: 56}
Shrine of, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
tributes to, {GPB: 55, 56}
His Cause,
claim, public, {GPB: 21, 22}
Covenant of, see Covenant
Declaration of, see Shíráz
disciples of,
{ROB3: 88}
bestows station of Imám on believers, {ROB4: 209}
First Váhid (Unity) of, see Letters of the Living
'Mirrors' of, {ROB2: 376-7}
see also Bábís, Lawh-i-Sayyáh
Dispensation of,
{KA: 8, n109, n172}
{ROB1: 23n., 34, 93n., 191 and n., 280, 293, 294}
{ROB3: 28, 192}
{ROB4: 166-7, 305n., 377, 437}
birth of, {GPB: 3-17}
chief historical characters, summarized, {GPB: 4, 5}
duration foretold, {GPB: 92}
early days of {ROB1: 222-3, 327-30}
effect of crises on, {GPB: 61-62}
His Faith,
{ROB3: 68, 200, 217, 257}
Islám and Bábí Faith, {ROB2: 352}
name discarded, {GPB: 299}
opening scene, {GPB: 5}
protected, {TOB: 102}
significance of, {GPB: 3, 7, 54-60}
six years' ministry, {GPB: 17}
testimonials by observers, {GPB: 55, 56}
fulfils scriptural prophecies, {GPB: 58}
laws of,
{ROB3: 227, 352}
{TOB: 132}
abolishes old laws, {GPB: 59}
Bábís and, {ROB4: 166-7}
formulated by the Báb, {GPB: 17}
Shoghi Effendi and, {ROB4: 166-7}
see also Bayán
ministry, last three years, {GPB: 17, 18, 31}
purpose of His mission,
{GL: 146, 245, 291, 292-294}
{ROB2: 14, 378}
Herald of a New Era, {GPB: 57}
Herald of Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GL: 10, 96, 147, 294}
{ROB1: 7-8, 217}
announces station of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GPB: 98}
{ROB4: 17, 127, 128, 206, 262}
extols Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB1: 295-8, 300, 301-3, 307}
first to adore Bahá'u'lláh, {TOB: 75}
gives titles to Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 94, 97}
'Him Whom God shall make manifest', see Bahá'u'lláh
begins Bahá'í Dispensation, {ROB4: 155}
His joy at the gift and message from Bahá'u'lláh, {DBNN: 227}
identity with Bahá'u'lláh, {GL: 147, 244, 293}
prepares the way for Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB4: 81, 147, 408}
prepares disciples for the Promised One, {GPB: 28}
prophecies concerning Bahá'u'lláh,
{ESW: 141, 142, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 159, 162, 165, 167, 168, 171, 173, 175, 176, 177}
{TOB: 43, 53, 76, 77-8}
Bahá'u'lláh is return of, {TOB: 182, 185}
foretells date of Bahá'í Revelation, {GPB: 28, 29}
prophesies an act of the Promised One, {GPB: 138}
prophesies Order of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GPB: 25}
{KA: n189}
sufferings of Bahá'u'lláh foreshadowed, {KA: n1}
sends documents and seals to Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 51}
inaugurates universal prophetic cycle, see cycle
mission of, twofold, {GPB: 27, 328}
warnings of,
{KA: n180}
to Bábís, {GPB: 29}
Revelation of,
{GPB: 4, 6, 7, 10}
{ROB1: 81, 108 and n., 190-4, 329 and n.}
{ROB2: 14, 75, 182}
{ROB4: 166-7, 209, 329}
effect of, on Persia, {ROB4: 166-7}
Hájí Mírzá Áqásí, Anti-Christ of the Báb's Revelation, {GPB: 164}
likened to sign of Aries, {GPB: 99}
significance of, {GPB: 3, 7, 54-60}
His Station and Titles,
{GPB: 57-60}
{ROB1: 214, 223, 294-5, 313}
{ROB4: 207, 210}
extolled by Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB1: 119, 190-93, 214, 272, 294}
proclaims His station at examination, {GPB: 21, 22}
spiritual titles of, {ROB1: 60, 67, 221, 222 and n., 294, 307}

Baqíyyatu'lláh,
Crier, {TOB: 12, 103, 118}
Jamál-i-Qidám (Ancient Beauty),
{GL: 77}
{TOB: 258}
Herald, {TOB: 75, 132}
Lord of the Realms of Grace and Bounty, {TOB: 65}
Luminary, {TOB: 102}
Martyr Prophet of Shíráz, {GPB: 276}
Master Hero of Heroic Age, {GPB: 3}
Mouthpiece of God, {GL: 145}
Point,
{TOB: 65, 75, 77, 101, 102, 103, 124, 161, 184}
Point of the Bayán,
{KA: K129, K140, n150, n159}
{ROB4: 206-7, 208}
Primal Point,
{KA: Q8, Q29, Q32, Q100}
{ROB3: 137}
Prophet of Shíráz, {GPB: 56}
Qá'im,
{ESW: 112, 121, 163}
{GL: 12}
{GPB: 33, 57}
{ROB1: 126, 128n., 152 and n., 155, 156, 158, 169n., 180-81, 326, 331}
{ROB2: 68n., 75, 86 and n., 101, 108, 352}
{ROB3: 16, 27, 65, 254, 258, 301n.}
{ROB4: 174}
dissertation of the Báb about, {GPB: 14}
Mihdí, awaited by the Sunnís,
{GL: 114}
{GPB: 58}
promise to Shi'ahs, {GPB: 57}
Sáhibu'z-Zamán,
signs of, {GPB: 80}
traditions about, {ROB1: 185, 194, 216, 267} word of, {TOB: 258}
Remembrance, {TOB: 13}
Return of Elijah, {GPB: 58, 276}
Return of John the Baptist,
{ESW: 157, 158, 171}
{GPB: 58}
{ROB1: 169}
His Sufferings,
arrested in Shíráz,
{GPB: 11, 13}
and outbreak of the plague, {DBNN: 196}
release of, {DBNN: 197}
assigned to Máh-Kú (prison), {GPB: 16}
attacks upon, caused by Hájí Mírzá Áqásí, {GPB: 15}
aware of impending trials, {GPB: 14}
banishment,
{TOB: 65}
for three years to Ádhirbáyján, {GPB: 17-34}
proves to be prophetic fulfilment, {GPB: 18}
bastinadoed, {GPB: 22}
captivity proves fruitful, {GPB: 91}
death warrant issued by 'ulamas of Isfáhán, {DBNN: 209, 211, 212, 510}
denounced and condemned to death, {GPB: 52}
effects of the Mázindarán disaster on Him, {DBNN: 430}
enemies of, {GPB: 81-85}
examination of, in Tabriz, see Tabríz
His confinement in the barracks, {DBNN: 507}
imprisonment in Máh-Kú, {GPB: 17-19}
indignities inflicted upon Him, {DBNN: 319}
Martyrdom of, see Tabríz
multitude gathers at prison to hear His teachings, {GPB: 20}
opponents, {KA: K166, K170, n178, n182}
parallel of His life to Christ's, {GPB: 56, 57}
prophesies own death, {GPB: 51}
sorrow at persecution of disciples, {GPB: 49}
woes, {GPB: 49-51}
His Tablets and Writings,
{ESW: 169}
{GPB: 6, 14, 23-28}
{ROB1: 23 and n., 34, 48, 54, 55, 60, 68, 102, 116-17, 207, 251-2, 255-6, 280, 294-303, 307}
{ROB3: 88, 98, 135, 254, 258, 305-7, 429}
{ROB4: 47, 128, 329, 373, 408}

Bayán,
{ESW: 152, 153, 154, 157, 158, 159, 162, 165, 171, 172, 174, 176}
{GL: 10, 44, 46, 101, 102, 244, 270, 292}
{ROB1: 23, 68, 85, 93n., 190, 280}
{ROB3: 30, 308}
{ROB4: 47, 127, 166, 220, 305, 330}
{TOB: 12, 51, 52, 76, 78, 190}
announces Bahá'í Faith, {GPB: 59}
Báb's statements about, {GPB: 30}
Bahá'u'lláh completes text of, {GPB: 138}
description,
{KA: K179, n108, n129, n158, n186, 252}
Arabic and Persian, {KA: 252}
outline of contents of, {GPB: 23}
effect on defenders of Fort of Shaykh-Tabarsí, {GPB: 24}
heaven of, {TOB: 245}
'lawful is it', {TOB: 75}
laws and teachings of,
{GPB: 25}
{KA: 2, 8, K142, n109, n158}
{ROB3: 278}
abrogated by Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: 8}
Destruction of books, {KA: K77, n109}
fine for causing sadness to another, {KA: n163}
marriage with a non-believer {KA: K139, n158}
offering priceless gifts to Him Whom God will make manifest, {KA: n141}
prohibition of asking questions, {KA: K126, n146}
restrictions on travel, {KA: K131, n153}
confirmed, amplified or modified by Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: 8}
burial,
{KA: n11, n149, n151}
see also Burial
burial ring, inscription on, {KA: K129}
calendar,
{KA: n26, n139, n147-n148}
see also Calendar, Bahá'í, Holy Days
carrying of arms, {KA: n173}
dowry, amount of, {KA: n95}
fasting, see Fasting
gold and silver vessels, use of, {KA: n72}
hair and bones do not invalidate prayer, {KA: n12}
Huqúq'u'lláh, see Bahá'í Faith
inheritance, see Inheritance
marriage, consent for, {KA: K65}
mithqál, weight of, {KA: Q23, n78}
Nineteen Day Feast,
{KA: n82}
see also Bahá'í Faith
Obligatory prayer, see Prayer(s)
pilgrimage, {KA: n55}
prostration, {KA: n15}
pulpits, prohibition of, {KA: 14, K154, 157, n168}
Qiblih,
{KA: K137, 145, n7}
see also Qiblih
renewing furnishings of home, {KA: n166}
wearing of silk, {KA: n174}
reason for severity, {KA: n109, n158}
'Letters' of, {ROB1: 308}
Mother Book of Bábí Dispensation, {ROB1: 296}
must not become a barrier to acceptance of Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K179}
people of, see Bábí(s)
Persian,
{ROB2: 68, 70, 120, 379}
reference to journey of Báb to Mecca and Medina in, {DBNN: 130}
'Point' of, {ROB1: 298, 307}
purpose of,
{GL: 147, 149}
{ROB1: 296}
quotations from, {KA: K135, K137, K139, n7, n48, n156, n157, n158, n179, n189}
relationship to Kitáb-i-Aqdas, {KA: 2, 7-8, K142, n108, n109, n189}
summary of, {GPB: 24-26}
understanding of, {KA: K180}
'Vahíd' of, {ROB1: 298-300 passim}
'Witnesses' to, {ROB1: 93n.}
'year nine', {ROB1: 298-300}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/'Him Whom God shall make manifest'
Dalá'il-i-Sab'ih (Seven Proofs), {GPB: 26}
Qayyúmu'l-Asmá', Qayyúm-i-Asmá,
{GL: 284}
{KA: n1, n115, 253-254}
{KI: 231}
{GPB: 6, 11, 12, 24, 51, 59, 67, 74, 82, 151, 157, 206, 253, 316, 376, 396}
{ROB1: 280, 293, 302 and n.; quoted, 302}
{ROB2: 179, 303}
{ROB4: 361, 437}
{TOB: 120}
summary of, {GPB: 23}
commentary on Súrih of Va'l-'Asr, see Qur'án
quotations from, {GPB: 4, 6, 7, 8, 21, 23, 25, 29, 30, 31, 49, 50, 52, 53, 57, 84, 97, 98, 151, 253, 324, 325, 376, 396}
Remover of Difficulties, {GPB: 119}
Selections from the Writings of the Báb, {KA: n185, n186}
Tablet addressed to Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K175, K176, n185, n186}
Tablet to Nineteenth Letter of the Living (The Báb Himself), {DBNN: xxi}

and destruction of religious books, {ROB4: 166-7}
astonishes people by His Writings, {GPB: 14}
confiscation of His books, {GPB: 13}
corresponds with Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 31}
disposal of His documents, {DBNN: 504}
His epistle to the believers, {DBNN: 269}
manuscripts in hands of Mirza Yahyá, {GPB: 167}
most monumental work of, {GPB: 22, 24-26}
on power of God, {ROB4: 324-5}
state of His Writings after martyrdom, {GPB: 90}
Statements and injunctions, {ROB3: 3, 380}
words of, {GL: 292-294}
see also Kitáb-i-Aqdas, Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, Letters of the Living/Siyyid Husayn-i-Yazdí
Bábá, Hájí, {ROB3: 59}
Bábá'í, Áqá Mullá, {ROB2: 99-l00}
Babel, {GL: 173}
Bábí(s), People of the Bayán,
{KA: K137, K140, K176, n178, n179, n185, n187}
{ROB1: 39n., 56, 84, 92, 101-2, 142, 169n., 191n., 194, 202}
{ROB3: 76, 88, 109, 140 and n., 168, 176, 186, 188, 200, 201, 254-7, 262, 267, 269, 306-7, 415}
{ROB4: 53, 64, 147-8, 174, 206-7, 219-20, 412, 401, 421}
agonies unsurpassed, {GPB: 44}
and Bahá'ís, see Bahá'í(s)
and Covenant-breaking, {ROB4: 81, 150, 174-5}
and laws of The Báb, see Báb, The
and Mírzá Yahyá, see Bahá'u'lláh/Mírzá Yahyá
attempt on the life of the Sháh, see To The Kings and Rulers
Bahá'u'lláh,
addresses 'People of the Bayán',
{KA: K137-K143, K176-K180}
{ROB1: 109, 194-5, 245, 286}
{ROB4: 147-8, 174, 206-7, 219-20, 412}
{TOB: 41-3, 190}
blindness of, {GL: 106}
disbelievers among, {TOB: 74, 79, 185, 190, 236}
forbidden contact, {TOB: 43}
should accept Bahá'u'lláh, {TOB: 74-5, 103-5}
unsheathed swords of, {TOB: 85}
see also Súriy-i-Sabr
call to, {GL: 102, 106}
conduct of, {GL: 244, 273, 274, 293, 294}
declares His mission to,
{ROB1: 261-2}
{ROB4: 329}
focuses message on, {ROB4: 81}
on Bábí Faith (Dispensation of Bayán), {TOB: 182}
rebukes, {ROB4: 219-20}
Bábís were heedless of Revelation of, {ROB4: 81, 148}
community
disintegration of, {GPB: 89-91, 112-115}
divided, {ROB1: 68, 248-51}
in 'Iráq, see 'Iráq
in Persia, see Persia
in Adrianople, see Adrianople
joyous gatherings of, {GPB: 135, 137}
regeneration of, {GPB: 132-134}
Hájí Mullá 'Alí-Akbar meets, see Hands of the Cause of God
march towards Mázindarán, see Mázindarán
persecutions and martyrs,
{GPB: 35-38, 46-48, 63-66, 71-85, 89-91, 180}
{ROB1: 7, 11, 138, 264-8, 278-9}
{ROB2: 46-51, 340-6, 357}
{ROB4: 6}
condition of, after persecutions, {GPB: 113}
see also Mázindarán, Nayríz, Zanján
steadfastness of, {ROB4: 140-1}
turn to Quddús, see Letters of the Living
use of force by,
{ROB2: 258, 351-5}
{ROB4: 377-8}
allowed to defend themselves, {ROB4: 377-8}
see also Báb, The, Bayán
Backbiting, Gossip, 'unseemly talk',
{GL: 265}
{KA: 15, K19, 158, n37}
{ROB1: 79, 187}
{ROB3: 281}
{TOB: 219-20}
Badakhshán, {ROB4: 183}
Badasht (Hamlet of), conference of,
{DBNN: 288, 293}
{GPB: 17, 31-34, 403}
{ROB1: 8, 293}
{ROB2: 71, 146, 174n., 204, 246, 353}
{ROB4: 16, 73}
significance of gathering,
{DBNN: 293, 297}
{GPB: 33}
departure of Bahá'u'lláh from, {DBNN: 298}
Badí'u'lláh (son of Varqá), {ROB4: 59}
Badru'd-Dín-i/Al-Ghazzí, Shaykh
{ROB3: 436}
{ROB4: 151}
Baghdád,
{DBNN: 271, 650}
{ESW: 166, 167, 176}
{GL: 229, 230}
{KA: Q29, n54, n107, n138, n154}
{ROB1: 17, 25, 62, 104, 105, 108, 119, 125, 137, 148, 149, 215, 219, 244, 246, 255, 280, 287, 288}
{ROB2: 215, 240, 274, 332-4}
{ROB3: 15, 23, 25, 28, 38, 50n., 54, 61-2, 64-5, 73, 88, 177-8, 204-5, 222, 250-51, 266, 270, 415}
{ROB4: 4, 108, 115, 244, 247, 305}
{TOB: 240}

'Abdu'l-Bahá in,
{ROB1: 13, 16, 25}
at Garden of Ridván, see Ridván
Bahá'u'lláh in,
{GL: 119}
{ROB1: 16, 53-5, 85, 92-5, 210, 225-9, 259, 273}
{ROB3: 28, 88, 108-10, 205, 250, 257, 273}
{ROB4: 245-6, 295}
{TOB: 40, 131, 143, 240}
absents Himself, {ROB1: 55, 57}
at Garden of Ridván, see Ridván
"days of tests", {GPB: 115}
His sojourn, exile in,
{GPB: 104-155}
{ROB1: 16, 165, 258-9}
Russian official accompanies Bahá'u'lláh to, {GPB: 108}
His House, Most Great House,
{GL: 111}
{KA: K32, K133, Q25, Q29, Q32, n54, n154}
{ROB1: 94, 211-12, 259, 260}
{ROB3: 178, 250}
{ROB4: 165}
humble abode charms prince, {GPB: 134, 135}
humiliation of, predicted,
{GL: 114, 115}
seizure of, {GPB: 356-360}
Shrine, future,
{GL: 115}
pilgrimage to,
{GPB: 177, 300}
blessing of, {GL: 114}
Tablet of Visitation to, {GL: 111-114}
restoration of, {GPB: 307}
Station of, {GL: 112, 113, 114}
see also Súrihs of Hajj
immortalizes, {GPB: 110}
release and banishment to Baghdad, {DBNN: 650}
returns from Kurdistán,
{GPB: 125-133}
{ROB1: 25, 41, 63, 67-9 passim, 84, 96}
see also Kurdistán
visitors to,
{ROB1: 39 and n., 56, 68, 84, 85, 91-2, 97, 102, 128, 141, 150, 151, 153, 156-7, 198, 202, 206, 269 and n., 284, 289}
Muhammad-Ridá, {ROB3: 65}
pilgrims meet Bahá'u'lláh in, {ROB4: 51, 53, 74, 80, 88, 245-6, 301, 439}
departs,
{GPB: 147-149}
{ROB1: 16, 55, 57, 97, 203, 225-7, 243-4, 260-62, 281-2}
disciples mourn His departure, {GPB: 148}
Bahá'í Community of, {ROB3: 54, 62, 64-5, 178}
events in, {ROB1: 142-7, 206-10, 219-20, 225-7, 228-9}
its authorities and leaders,
Buzurg Khán, Mírzá, Persian consul-general in,
{ROB1: 143, 146-7, 225, 226}
{ROB2: 323-4, 332, 333}
fate of, {GPB: 232}
Governors,
{ROB3: 64}
assures Bahá'u'lláh protection en route to Constantinople, {GPB: 149}
Námiq Páshá,
{GPB: 131, 149}
{ROB1: 226, 229, 244, 285}
regards Bahá'u'lláh in high esteem, {GPB: 131}
Mírzá Yahyá's actions, {ROB1: 54-5, 247-54}
see also 'Iráq
Bahá'í Faith,
{ROB2: 20-1, 53, 98, 127, 186, 191, 262-5, 268, 286, 289, 320-1}
{ROB3: 40, 42, 77, 135-6, 152-4, 164, 200, 212, 239, 263, 310-1}
{TOB: 119, 168, 249}
Ages,
1. Apostolic (1844-1921),
{GPB: xiii}
Heroic (1844-1921),
{GPB: xiii, 46, 50, 55, 157, 158, 256}
{ROB3: 48, 325}
{ROB4: 119, 123, 182, 233, 366}
Bahá'ís in, {ROB3: 325}
ended, {GPB: 223, 256, 309}
drawn to a close, {GPB: 309, 324}
Primitive (1844-1921), {GPB: xiii}
2. Transitional (1921- ),
{GPB: xiii, 325}
Formative (1921- ),
{GPB: xiii, xv, 26, 158, 252, 324, 329, 330, 388}
{ROB3: 48, 285}
{ROB4: 182, 286, 367}
see also Shoghi Effendi
Iron (1921- ), {GPB: xiii, 324}
3. Golden (future),
{GPB: 26, 60, 158, 324, 411}
{ROB3: 125}
{ROB4: 366}
Century, first,
{GPB: 106, 223, 378, 379, 402}
chain of events in, {GPB: xvi-xviii}
most dramatic and tragic event in, {GPB: 55}
one of the most brilliant achievements of, {GPB: 300}
retrospect and prospect, {GPB: 402-412}
thirty-four independent nations hear of Faith, {GPB: 378}
turning point of, {GPB: 127}
Periods,
first period (1844-1853), {GPB: xiv, 3-85}
second period (1853-1892), {GPB: xiv, 89-253}
third period (1892-1921), {GPB: xv, 237-320}
fourth period (1921-1944), {GPB: xv, 323-412}
Badí' Calendar, of the Bahá'í Dispensation,
{KA: 14, n26, n27, n147, n148, 156, 157}
{ROB1: 116-17, 228n.}
{ROB3: 352n.}
Covenant Library Bahá'í Dates Calendar
Based on solar year,
Ayyám-i-Há (Intercalary days),
{KA: 14, K16, 148, n27, n29, n147}
position in calendar, {KA: K16, n25, n27}
Leap Year, {KA: n27, n147}
length of, {KA: n27, n62, n147}
of patience see Divorce
of waiting see Lost Property
Day,
period of, {KA: n26}
Sunrise
prayer at dawn,
{KA: K33}
in the Mashriqu'l-Adhkár, {KA: K115, Q15, n142}
time for Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
times for Fast, see Fasting
Morning,
determining time, {KA: Q64}
recitation of verses,
{KA: K149, Q68, n165}
see also Recitation of sacred Writings and verses
time for Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
times of the Fast, see Fasting
Noon, Midday,
time for Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
see also Recitation of sacred Writings and Verses
Sunset, Sundown,
determining date of Naw-Rúz, {KA: Q35}
time for Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
times for Fast, see Fasting
Evening,
prayer, {KA: K33}
recitation of verses, {KA: K149, Q68, n165}
time for Obligatory Prayer, see Prayer(s)
times of the fast, see Fasting
see also Recitation of sacred Writings and Verses
Night,
determining of time for prayer and fasting, {KA: K10}
recitation of Verses,
{KA: K149, Q68, n165}
see also Recitation of sacred Writings and Verses
times of the Fast, see Fasting
Clocks, Watches, {KA: K10, Q64, Q103, 147, n17}
Holy Days, Anniversaries, Festivals, Celebrations,
{KA: K110, K112, Q1-Q2, 156, n138, n139, n140}
Naw-Rúz, (Bahá'í New Year), March 20/21,
{KA: K16, K111, Q35, n26, n139, n147, 148}
{ROB1: 228 and n., 259 and n.}
{ROB2: 112, 211}
{ROB3: 431, 432}
{ROB4: 182, 359, 414, 417}
Aries, sign of, {KA: Q35, n26}
Day of God, {KA: n26}
feast of, {DBNN: 191, 219, 256, 466}
immediately follows Fast, {KA: K16, 148, n25, n26}
method of determining date, {KA: Q35, n26}
Spring Equinox, Vernal Equinox, {KA: n26, n147}
timing of, {KA: Q35, n26, n147}
Ridván, Most Great Festival,
First day, April 20/21 2 hours before sunset (Standard Time), see Ridván
Ninth day, April 28/29, see Ridván
Twelfth day, May 1/2, see Ridván
Declaration of the Báb, May 23/24 2 hours after sunset on preceding day, see Shíráz
Ascension of Bahá'u'lláh, May 28/29 3 a.m. (Standard Time), see 'Akká
Martyrdom of the Báb, July 9/10 12 noon, see Tabríz
Twin Holy Birthdays,
{KA: K110, Q2, n138}
Birth of the Báb,
{KA: Q2}
Celebrated on the 1st day after the 8th new moon after Naw-Rúz (mid-October to mid-November), see Báb, The
see also UHJ Message July 2014
Birth of Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: Q2}
Celebrated on the 2nd day after the 8th new moon after Naw-Rúz (mid-October to mid-November), see Bahá'u'lláh
see also UHJ Message July 2014
during the Fast, {KA: Q36, n138}
Muharram, {KA: Q2, n138}
Universal House of Justice to decide whether to celebrate on solar or lunar basis,
{KA: n138}
see also UHJ Message July 2014
Day of the Covenant, November 25/26,
{KA: n139}
see also UHJ Message July 2014
Ascension of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, November 27/28 1 a.m. (Standard Time), see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
two Most Great Festivals, {KA: K110, n138}
Months,
names,
{KA: K127, n139, n148}
'Alá', month of Fast,
{KA: Q71, n25, n26, n27}
see also Fasting
Bahá, {KA: K127}
see also Covenant Library Bahá'í Dates Calendar
number of, in a year, {KA: K127, n27, n147}
number of days in, {KA: n27, n147}
Nineteen Day Feast,
{ROB3: 281}
Kitáb-i-Aqdas on,
{GPB: 214, 342}
{KA: 14, K57, Q48}
{ROB3: 352}
Consultation at, {KA: n82}
Meetings, Bahá'í, {KA: n19, n168}
North, South, extreme, {KA: K10, n17, n26}
Universal House of Justice to fill in details, {KA: n26, n138}
Week, {KA: n147}
Bahá'í
Cemetery, {GPB: 369}
Center (Hazíratu'l-Quds),
{GPB: 261}
importance of, {GPB: 339}
in America, {GPB: 338}
in Australia, {GPB: 338}
in Egypt, {GPB: 338}
in India, {GPB: 338}
in 'Iraq, {GPB: 338}
in Tihrán, {GPB: 338}
Civilization, {ROB4: 138, 233, 366, 413, 423}
Courts, to be established, {GPB: 411}
Endowments, national and local,
{GPB: 337-339}
{KA: K42, n66-n67}
Literature,
Bahá'í Bulletin, {GPB: 260}
Bahá'í News, {GPB: 260}
Bahá'í World, a biennial international record,
{GPB: 382}
{KA: n27, n139, n143, n147}
banned in Persia, {GPB: 345}
in many libraries, {GPB: 385, 386}
publications, {GPB: 380-384}
Star of the West, {GPB: 260}
to royalty, {GPB: 384}
translated into English and many languages, {GPB: 260, 380-382}
wide circulation of, {GPB: 384}
Cause of God,
{ESW: 62, 102-103, 104, 105, 114, 121, 134, 144, 147, 152, 153, 157, 158, 162}
{TOB: 51, 54, 60, 84, 104, 119, 212, 222, 246, 249, 255, 260, 264}
"Crimson Ark" refers to, Terms in Holy Writings
not to be taken lightly, {GPB: 115}
Institutions of,
{ROB3: 50-51, 124, 310-21, 344, 379}
Administrative Order,
{GPB: 268, 323-353, 411}
{KA: 3-4, 12-13, n52, n82, n114, n189}
{ROB3: 49-51, 138, 241, 316-21}
{ROB4: 233, 276-7, 286, 423}
elections for see Elections, Bahá'í
enemies failed, {GPB: 327}
nature of, {GPB: 326, 327}
not yet completed, {GPB: 411}
outlined by 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 268}
source of, {GPB: 324-326}
unique in government, {GPB: 326}
unique in religious systems of past, {GPB: 326}
see also Guardianship Hands of the Cause, House(s) of Justice, Huqúq'u'lláh, Marriage, Mashriqu'l-Adhkár
attacks on, {GPB: 354-363}
Auxiliary Board,
{KA: n183}
Members, {ROB4: 277}
Bahá'í International Bureau, at Geneva, {GPB: 342, 380}
Bahá'í Publishing Committee, {GPB: 334}
Bahá'í Publishing Company, {GPB: 382}
Boards of Counsellors, Counselors,
{ROB4: 276, 288-9}
Continental Boards, {KA: n183}
professional, {KA: n58}
Financial Support,
Bahá'í Fund,
{KA: n125, n161, n169}
{ROB3: 79-80, 82}
{ROB4: 248, 253, 256, 259, 263}
International, {ROB4: 256}
Huqúq'u'lláh, Huqúqu'lláh, Right of God,
{GPB: 214}
{KA: 14, K97, 156, n125}
{ROB3: 73n., 74, 82, 84, 86, 281}
{ROB4: 59}
and Hands of the Cause of God, {ROB4: 253-4}
Bahá'u'lláh,
Bayán, laws of, confirmed, amplified or modified by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: Q8}
Instituted in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas by, {ROB4: 248-56}
on payment of Huqúq'u'lláh,
conditions for payment, {KA: Q8, Q44-Q45, Q89-Q90, n125}
estate of deceased, {KA: K28, Q9, Q69, Q80, n47}
exemptions, {KA: Q8, Q42, Q95}
Property, Real estate,
{KA: Q8, Q42}
real estate yielding no income, {KA: Q102}
Universal House Of Justice receives, {KA: n125}
Wealth, {KA: Q90}
statements on, {ROB3: 372}
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Shoghi Effendi, statement on, {ROB4: 252}
Trustee(s) of Huqúq'u'lláh, Trustee(s) of Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB3: 57, 73ff., 91, 327}
{TOB: 83 n.}
Shoghi Effendi appoints, {ROB3: 86}
see also Sháh-Muhammad-i-Manshádí, Hájí (Amínu'l-Bayán), Hájí Abu'l-Hasan-i-Ardikání (Amín-i-Ilahí), Valíyy'u'lláh Varqá
see also Lost property
see also Zakát
Head of see 'Abdu'l-Bahá, House(s) of Justice, Shoghi Effendi
Holy Places see Holy Places and Historical Sites
House(s) of Justice,
{GPB: 218, 219, 331, 332}
{KA: 3-6, 13}
{ROB2: 122, 272}
{ROB3: 91, 316, 319, 320, 327, 375}
{ROB4: 38, 321}
{TOB: 26-7, 68, 69-70, 93, 125, 128-9, 130, 134}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, statement on, {ROB3: 50, 319}
Assemblies, Spiritual,
{GPB: 331, 332, 333, 336}
{ROB3: 51, 285, 316-21, 366}
'Abdu'l-Bahá, Statements on,
{ROB4: 290}
establishes first elected Assembly of Tihrán, {ROB4: 290}
first in America, {GPB: 260}
incorporated under United States government, {GPB: 335, 336}
Local Spiritual Assemblies, LSAs, Local Houses of Justice,
{KA: 3-4, n183}
{ROB4: 193-4, 275, 276, 290-1}
duties, powers, characteristics of,
{GPB: 331, 332}
{KA: n51}
administers divorces, {KA: Q98, 152, n100}
financial assistance to the poor, {KA: K147, n56, n162}
inheritances from missing heirs, see Inheritance
instituted in Persia,
{ROB4: 276}
of Tihrán,
{ROB4: illus. 292; 290-3, 311-12}
'Abdu'l-Bahá establishes first elected Assembly, see Assemblies/'Abdu'l-Bahá
Hands of the Cause of God establish first elected assembly in Tihrán, {ROB4: 290, 311}
of Bahá'í Women, {ROB4: 312}
National Spiritual Assemblies, NSAs, National Houses of Justice (Secondary),
{GPB: 332-336}
{KA: n49-n51, n80, n183}
{ROB4: 193-4, 275, 276, 290}
archives, {GPB: 342}
Bahá'í Temple Unity Board, {GPB: 262}
'Abdu'l-Bahá addresses, {GPB: 288}
became National Assembly, {GPB: 333}
communications of, to governments and rulers, etc., {GPB: 343, 344}
committees, {GPB: 333, 334}
constitutions of,
{GPB: 335-6}
Declaration of Trust, {GPB: 335}
Convention,
annual, {GPB: 342}
delegates to, {GPB: 333}
first American,
{GPB: 262, 276}
{ROB3: 431}
in eight countries, {GPB: 333}
of Persia,
{GPB: 333}
{ROB4: 314}
ordained by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: K30, n49}
powers and duties of, {KA: n51, n100, n162}
membership
composition, men and women eligible, {KA: n80}
number, {KA: n50}
referred to as Deputies, {KA: 13, K147, n56, n162}
referred to as Trustees, {KA: 91, Q50, Q98}
ordained in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, see ordained by Bahá'u'lláh
powers and duties,
{KA: n51}
assures education of children,
{KA: K48}
{TOB: 90, 128}
charged with affairs of the people, {KA: 91}
choose one language, {TOB: 127}
legislates on marriage between relatives, {KA: Q50, 150, n133}
matters of state to be referred to, {KA: 91}
promote Lesser Peace, {TOB: 89}
shelter for poor, {TOB: 128}
treasury,
{KA: Q72, n42}
receives fines for sexual offenses, {KA: K49, Q11, n77}
receives one-third of all fines, {KA: K52}
receives two-thirds of treasure trove, {KA: Q101}
term used non-specifically by Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: n42}
Universal House of Justice, International,
{GPB: 326, 335}
{ROB1: 201 and n., 241}
{ROB2: 122n., 265, 269}
{ROB3: 50, 139-40, 215, 268, 282, 319, 372-3, 375}
{ROB4: 38, 87, 159, 164, 215}
and institution of the Hands of the Cause, see Hands of the Cause of God
and the Ark, see Terms in Holy Writings
and World Administrative Centre,
{KA: n114}
{ROB3: 153, 214-15}
{ROB4: illus. 364; 351-67}
Bahá'í International Archives,
{GPB: 347}
{ROB1: 19, 159}
{ROB4: illus. 364; 248, 362}
development of, {ROB4: 362-7}
institutions to be erected on slope of Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 315}
International Teaching Center, {KA: n183}
Seat of The Universal House of Justice, {ROB4: illus. 364; 362}
constitution, {KA: n51}
election method, {KA: 4, n49}
establishment, {KA: K42, n66-n67}
infallibility of, see Infallibility
membership
confined to men, {KA: n80}
number, {KA: n50}
powers and duties,
{KA: n51}
{ROB4: 162}
administers endowments, {KA: K42, n66-n67}
future legislation,
application of penalties for murder and arson, {KA: n86-n87}
application of penalties for sexual offences, {KA: Q49, n36, n77-n78, n134}
degrees of, and application of penalties for theft, {KA: Q49, n70-n71}
manner of applying various laws of Bahá'u'lláh, {KA: n31, n69, n81, n84, n95, n161, n169}
other matters requiring legislation, {KA: n56, n138, n169}
legislative functions defined, {KA: 6-7}
receives Huqúq'u'lláh, see Bahá'í Faith
repeals own legislation, {KA: 5}
Sacred Text, may not abrogate, {KA: 5}
to promote the Lesser Peace,
{ROB4: 341-2}
see also Peace
quoted, {ROB3: 283-4}
Seat of Justice, {KA: K23}
Ordained by Bahá'u'lláh in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, {KA: 3-4, 12-14, K30, K42, 145, n49, n66, n67}
see also Guardianship, Interpretation of Sacred Text
opposition to,
{KA: K73, K135, K164, Q57, n109, n177, n182, n190, n192}
{ROB1: 142-7, 242}
{ROB3: 32, 59, 89-90, 166-7, 174, 176, 178, 199, 201-2, 263}
{ROB4: 320, 335}
and disbelief, {ROB2: 81}
blessings of tribulations of,
{GPB: 62}
Tribulations assist Cause, {GL: 42, 72, 270, 333 }
upheavals, meaning of to growth of Faith, {GPB: 61}
defence of, {ROB3: 89-90}
enemies of,
to be pitied, {ROB4: 93}
fate of,
{GPB: 81-85, 317-320}
{ROB2: 148-50}
those who rise up against, {ROB4: 318, 340}
eventual triumph of, victory of,
{ROB2: 356, 415-16, 418}
{TOB: 57, 197-8, 222}
through aid of believers, {KA: K42, K94, K164, K178}
through aid of Laws, {KA: K4}
if denied, what else worthy, {TOB: 131}
is irresistible, {ROB1: 105-6, 148-9, 192, 201}
none can protest what befalls, {TOB: 212}
predicted, {KA: K37, 163}
see also Egypt, Germany, Persia, Russia
schools,
site for on Mt. Carmel, {GPB: 307}
see also Persia
teaching of, promotion of, propagation,
{GPB: 376-379, 386-387}
{KA: 159, n183}
{ROB1: 161, 278-9}
{ROB2: 25, 91-106, 238, 267}
{ROB3: 94, 138, 331ff., 360, 379-81}
{ROB4: 120, 123, 124, 214, 319-20}
{TOB: 13, 16, 27, 35-6, 44, 129, 142, 143, 151, 156, 172, 190, 196-201, 237, 242, 255, 266-7}
Afnán must arise, {TOB: 84}
and station of martyrdom, {ROB4: 57}
assistance by God in, {TOB: 34, 49, 59}
assisting God, {TOB: 196}
Bahá'ís enjoined to teach, {ROB4: 274-7}
by Hands of the Cause, see Hands of the Cause of God
teaching tours of Ibn-i-Asdaq, see Hands of the Cause of God
deeds, influence of, {TOB: 57}
duty of, {ROB3: 10, 115, 331}
enjoined, {GL: 38, 196, 197, 205, 276, 278, 280, 281, 296, 303, 314, 330, 335 }
exhortations to arise,
to all, {KA: 14, K38, K53}
to kings, {KA: K84}
to "learned," {KA: K173}
to religious leaders, {KA: K169}
see also Service
exhortation to assist teachers, {KA: K117, 160}
importance, of, {ROB4: 237, 305, 317}
in Persia, {ROB4: 115}
in the past, {ROB3: 40, 59, 62, 94ff., 137-8}
Indians, {GPB: 380}
international expansion of, {GPB: 379-381}
invite receptive souls, {TOB: 236-7}
learning languages, for purpose of, {KA: K118, 161}
meaning of, {ROB4: 317}
memorization of verses, {TOB: 200}
methods of,
{GPB: 379}
{ROB4: 237, 262-3}
Bahá'u'lláh counsels Bahá'ís on,
{ROB4: 192}
Force, Violence, prohibited in teaching, {GL: 278, 303, 330}
Persuasion, {GL: 278, 279, 303, 329}
pre-requisites for,
{ROB4: 48-9, 161-2, 237}
detachment important for success in, see Detachment
Rúhu'lláh's method of, {ROB4: 58-60}
success in, {ROB4: 258, 261-2, 317}
through words, not violence, {GL: 278, 303, 330 }
training of, {GPB: 340}
travel teaching, {ROB4: 197-89, 237, 257-8, 260-2, 302, 303}
with kindness, {GL: 8, 279, 289 }
with wisdom,
{ROB2: 97-8}
{ROB4: 67, 305, 319-20}
minority groups, {GPB: 380}
moderation in, {TOB: 143, 172, 198-9}
of Sulaymán Khán, {ROB4: 177-89}
power of the tongue, {KA: K73, K160}
praiseworthy, {TOB: 198}
promise of divine assistance, {KA: K38, K53, K74}
promotion of, {ROB3: 80, 82, 138, 140, 157, 219, 331-2, 376}
release captives from chains, {TOB: 84}
spirit chilled by expositions, {TOB: 142}
Tablets of the Divine Plan, see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
to children,
{KA: K150, 160}
see also Children
women encouraged to teach, {ROB4: 202}
words (utterances), importance of, {TOB: 57, 85, 172-3, 197}
see also Bahá'í(s), Root, Martha
teachings of,
{ROB3: 158, 374-6}
{ROB4: 114, 146, 168, 172, 184, 212, 238, 257, 316-17, 388, 433}
Bahá'u'lláh's presentation of, {ROB4: 374-7}
carrying out, {ROB4: 142, 158}
designed to spiritualize human race, {ROB4: 35, 38}
explained to Náyibu's-Saltanih, {ROB4: 379}
exposition of, see Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
for rulers and ministers of the world, {ROB4: 154}
laws of, {ROB4: 116}
listed, {ROB4: 159-60, 161-7, 214-15, 341, 375-7}
on
creation, see Creation
living the life, {ROB4: 69, 83}
reconstruction of human society, {ROB4: 341}
worship, {ROB4: 36}
principles of,
{GPB: 216-219, 281, 282}
{ROB4: 114, 146, 287, 320, 375-6, 423}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's "Twelve Points" {GPB: ix},
1. Unfettered search after truth,
{ROB4: 141-2, 197, 294}
condition for, {GL: 264, 323, 326}
Independent investigation of truth,
{TOB: 130, 157, 188, 236}
'let him who wisheth turn...', {TOB: 211}
see also True Seeker
2. The oneness of mankind.
3. Religion a cause of love and harmony.
4. Religion hand in hand with science, {ROB4: 156}
5. Universal peace.
6. An international language.
7. Education for all.
8. Equal opportunities for both sexes, see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
9. Justice for all.
10. Work for all.
11. Abolition of extremes of poverty and wealth.
12. The Holy Spirit to be the prime motive power in life.
forbidding contention and strife,
{ROB4: 375-82}
Strife, effect of, {GL: 9}
revolve around principle of love and unity, {ROB4: 161, 190, 365, 388-9}
see also Bahá'u'lláh
understanding of, {ROB4: 212-13}
unity of see Unity
misc topics
a religion in its pure form, {ROB4: 156}
a universal religion, {ROB3: 138, 140}
acceptance, {KA: K1, K132, K166, K182, n179}
Afnán should serve, {TOB: 232}
all must aid, {TOB: 23}
allegiance to, {ROB4: 335}
Bahá'u'lláh's vision of, {ROB4: 169}
birth of, {GPB: 89-100, 127, 128}
Centre of the Cause, see Covenant
Commonwealth,
Bahá'í,
{ROB4: 362}
future seat of, {GPB: 315, 316}
World,
{KA: n173, n183, n189, n194}
{ROB3: 124 and n., 126, 347}
see also Order, World
Community,
of Most Great Name,
{ROB1: 242, 281}
{ROB3: 108, 109, 312, 400}
{ROB4: 172, 237, 239, 257, 361}
World, {ROB1: 279}
conversion to, {ROB4: 184}
denial, {KA: K140, K167, K169, K170, K179, n171, n180}
direction of affairs of,
{KA: n67, n183}
see also 'Abdu'l-Bahá, House(s) of Justice, Shoghi Effendi
dissimulation (recantation) forbidden in, see Dissimulation
emancipation of, {GPB: 364-375}
features of,
{ROB1: 129, 133, 137}
{ROB3: 200}
former religions and, {GPB: 100}
fostering of, {ROB4: 320}
fundamental laws enunciated, {GPB: 214, 223}
future of, {ROB4: 72, 335}
future tasks, {GPB: 410, 411}
greatness of, {ROB4: 297}
growth of, {ROB4: 140-1, 177, 233, 250-1, 257, 320, 423, 431}
history of,
{GPB: 402-411}
{ROB3: 192}
independence of,
{GPB: 17, GPB: 365}
{ROB4: 184}
its establishment, {ROB2: 20, 30, 92, 124-5, 251}
its world mission, {ROB1: 217, 272-3}
love within the, {ROB4: 194}
Mankind encompassed by, {ROB4: 257}
name adopted, {GPB: 300}
pattern of growth (reverses and victories), {GPB: xiii, 61, 62, 409, 410}
potency of, {TOB: 264}
prestige of,
{GPB: 242}
{ROB4: 239}
primacy of, {KA: K167}
progress of, {ROB3: 380}
protection of,
{KA: n183}
{ROB4: 278, 287, 290, 320, 321}
purpose of, {TOB: 123, 168, 220}
recognition of Bahá'í Faith,
as state religion, {KA: n49}
by Office of Price Administration, {GPB: 374}
by United States government, {GPB: 373}
civil recognition, {GPB: 364-374}
relationship to Faith of the Báb, {KA: 8, K129, K136, K139, K140, K179, K180}
resplendent as sun, {TOB: 40, 79}
retrospect and prospect, {GPB: 402-412}
sacrifice for, {ROB3: 79}
service to,
{KA: 14-15, K35, K74, K184, 91, n2}
{ROB3: 83, 395-6}
attracts divine assistance, {KA: K38, K53, K74}
see also Assistance, Service
shielded by Most Great Infallibility, see Infallibility
spread of, {ROB4: 70, 171-2, 177, 233, 250-1}
steadfastness in, {ROB3: 26, 360}
tabernacle of, {TOB: 84}
true believers, {ROB2: 286}
universal adoption of, {ROB4: 56}
universal faith needed, {TOB: 69}
Bahá'í(s), Believers, followers of Bahá'u'lláh, Loved Ones, People of God, Servants of God,
{ROB1: 22, 88, 90}
{ROB2: 89, 142, 243-4}
{ROB3: 75, 77-8, 79-80, 128, 135, 181, 201-2, 226, 228, 229, 259, 279, 320, 323, 325, 360, 372n., 376-81, 382-3, 385n.}
{ROB4: 114, 119n., 186, 416}
{TOB: 76-7, 121, 138-9, 190-1, 207-10, 220, 238-43, 257, 262-3, 266}
and
Bábís,
{ROB4: 379}
become Bahá'ís, {GPB: 299, 300}
growth from Bábí community, {ROB2: 73-7, 179}
Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB1: 109-10, 113, 203, 244}
{ROB3: 25, 55, 67, 68, 174-5, 390}
addresses in Tablet of Carmel, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
aid to Bahá'ís, beseeched, {TOB: 92, 94, 108, 117, 120, 130, 132, 233-4}
Bahá'u'lláh loves, {TOB: 148}
Bahá'u'lláh remembers, {TOB: 49, 246, 254, 261, 264}
call to, {GL: 94, 96, 97, 148, 183, 288, 319, 325}
counsels to,
{ROB4: 159-60, 192, 338-42}
counselled to be wise, {ROB4: 322}
turn to 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {KA: K121, n145}
exhortations to, {ROB4: 173, 212-13, 237, 317, 375-7}
prayer for, see Prayers
Tablets to,
{ROB4: 323-4}
compared to bird, {GL: 327}
compared to wind, {GL: 339}
duty to know and obey God, {GL: 5, 289, 290, 330-331}
duty to proclaim Cause, {GL: 14, 201, 205, 276, 278, 280, 289, 296, 303, 312, 314, 316, 320, 330, 333, 338, 339}
first, faith of, {GL: 179, 180}
knowledge of, {GL: 70, 84, 170, 263, 267-269, 314, 331}
power of, {GL: 93, 96, 137, 183, 287, 319, 330}
to refute attacks against Cause, {GL: 329, 330}
tribulations of, {GL: 72, 116, 129, 305, 308, 313, 329}
unfaithful, {GL: 100, 118, 244, 308-310}
who clamorously assert their faith, {GL: 343}
who dissemble belief, {GL: 343}
Hands of the Cause, see Hands of the Cause of God
laws, {ROB4: 287}
love of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB4: 190, 278-84}
pioneering, see Pioneering
politics, {ROB2: 88-91}
sacrifice, {ROB4: 190}
tests, {ROB3: 47-51, 192-4}
calendar, see Bahá'í Faith
cemetery, {ROB3: 273}
community,
{ROB3: 24, 49ff., 132, 138, 139-40, 227, 273-4, 285-6, 312-13, 317, 346-7, 365}
development of, {ROB4: 289}
integration of, {ROB4: 291}
races represented, {GPB: 380}
companions of the Crimson Ark, see Terms in Holy Writings
conduct and life,
{GL: 7, 94, 240, 243, 271, 272, 275, 277, 278, 287, 296, 305, 307, 315, 316, 343}
{ROB3: 322, 365-6}
{ROB4: 380}
{TOB: 27, 35, 57, 64, 71, 85, 86-9, 91, 94, 129, 134, 138-9}
acquisition of saintly attributes, {ROB4: 173}
allegiance of, {ROB4: 335}
and non-Bahá'ís, {KA: K29, K75, K144, Q33, Q34, Q84, n38}
behaviour of,
{ROB4: 317}
see Qualities
business dealings among, {ROB4: 26-7}
character of, see Character
characteristics of, {GL: 7, 8, 13, 87, 100, 118, 242, 264, 268, 271, 272, 279, 285, 287, 289, 290, 296, 297, 298, 299, 304, 305, 307, 315, 323, 338}
concern of, {ROB4: 392}
conduct and character enjoined on, {KA: 14-15, 160-161}
conform to God's Will, {TOB: 116}
consultation, see Consultation
deeds of, {ROB4: 214, 317}
education,
{GL: 190}
see also Education
elections, {ROB3: 316-17, 319}
enjoined, exhorted, {KA: 14-15, 159-161}
forbidden various acts, {KA: 157-158}
gatherings of,
{ROB4: 316}
festivals and Holy Days, {ROB3: 115, 223, 281}
intercede for enemies, {TOB: 91}
intermarriage of, {ROB4: 291}
loyalty to Government, {TOB: 22-3, 87}
love,
among, {ROB4: 194, 317}
of humanity, {GL: 7, 95, 250, 260, 288, 316, 334}
misdeeds of,
{ROB4: 225-6, 391}
see also Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih, Lawh-i-Hikmat
obey God's laws, {TOB: 50, 62, 71, 72, 93, 108, 130, 132, 196, 197, 267, 268}
of Jewish descent, {ROB4: illus. 292; 12-13, 254, 271, 423}
of Muslim background, {ROB4: 291}
prejudices of, {ROB4: 291}
protect stations of men, {TOB: 38}
Qualities enjoined on Bahá'ís,
see Association, Charity, Chastity, Civility, Cleanliness, Constancy, Contentment, Courtesy, Detachment, Fairness, Faithfulness, Fear of God, Fellowship, Fidelity, Forbearance, Forgiveness, Godliness, Hospitality, Humility, Justice, Kindness, Knowledge, Love, Obedience, Parents, Patience, Perseverance, Piety, Propriety, Purity, Reason, Refinement, Remembrance of God, Respect, Service, Sincerity, Steadfastness, Tact, Tenacity, Tenderness, Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Understanding, Unity, Uprightness, Virtue, Vision, Wisdom

schools built by, {ROB4: 122n.}
shining examples, {TOB: 138}
spiritual character of, see Character
spiritual obligations of, duties,
{KA: 145-162}
{ROB3: 74, 285-6, 379}
daily,
ablutions, see Prayer(s)
Obligatory Prayers, see Prayer(s)
repetition of "Alláh-u-Abhá," {KA: K18, n33}
Recite the verses of God,
{KA: K149, Q68, n165}
twice a day, {ROB3: 323}
need to recite, {ROB4: 66}
see also Kitáb-i-Aqdas
enjoined to teach, {ROB4: 274}
Fasting, see Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Fund, see Bahá'í Faith
Huqúq'u'lláh, see Bahá'í Faith
observance of laws {KA: 15, K1}
recognition of Manifestation of God {KA: 15, K1}
see also Pilgrimage
spirituality of
brilliant, {TOB: 88}
burn brightly, {TOB: 58}
eye to mankind, {TOB: 208}
happy, {TOB: 15, 52, 62, 235, 253, 257}
hear doves of Paradise, {TOB: 54}
jewel among men, {TOB: 13}
mirror radiance of Bahá, {TOB: 198}
one soul, {TOB: 264}
pass beyond sea of names, {TOB: 58}
sea moving by God's desire, {TOB: 34}
throbbing artery, {TOB: 143}
standards,
{ROB3: 125, 364-5}
of Bahá'u'lláh for, {ROB4: 82-3}
of detachment, see Detachment
steadfastness of, {ROB4: 140-1}
trustworthiness, {TOB: 37-8, 122}
two kinds,
{ROB2: 255-6}
true, {ROB4: 161, 296}
understanding of,
teachings, {ROB4: 212-13}
the Testaments, {ROB4: 267}
unity of,
{ROB1: 303}
{ROB2: 87, 191, 193}
{ROB4: 190-6, 317, 365}
view of,
life, {ROB3: 296}
world problems, {ROB3: 125-6}
virtues, {ROB3: 106}
well-being of, {ROB4: 289}
youth,
{ROB3: 365}
activities of, {GPB: 341, 342}
work of, {GPB: 341-342}
see also Deeds, Qualities
dissimulation of, see Dissimulation
in Heroic age, see Age(s)
of
'Akká, see 'Akká
America, see America
Baghdád, see Baghdád
Cyprus, see Cyprus
India, see India
'Ishqábád, see 'Ishqábád
Mandalay, see Mandalay
Persia, see Persia
Darakhsh, see Darakhsh
Mashhad, see Mashhad
Qazvín, see Qazvín
Yazd, see Yazd
Rangoon, see Rangoon
'People of Bahá',
{GL: 16, 32, 35, 46, 94, 100, 111, 117, 118, 169, 170, 212, 278, 288, 289, 304, 305, 333}
{ROB1: 47, 94, 238-9, 275, 280}
{ROB2: 179}
{ROB3: 81, 97-8, 112, 115, 130, 159, 356, 364, 366, 372, 439}
Learned Ones in Bahá, Learned among people of Bahá,
{KA: K173, 163, n183}
{ROB3: 27}
{TOB: 138, 221}
duties, {KA: n183}
leaves, {TOB: 254-5, 256}
mission unspeakably glorious, {GPB: 254}
prominent, {ROB4: 286}
persecution of,
{GPB: 178, 197-203, 296-299}
{ROB1: 268, 279}
{ROB2: 53, 332-6, 358}
{TOB: 17, 42, 215, 246}
accusations against, {ROB4: 306, 393-402}
attitude of Persian Muslims to, {ROB3: 59}
Bahá'í men, in great danger, {ROB4: 119}
beset by enemies, {TOB: 243}
cursing of, {ROB4: 93}
held in teeth of wolves, {TOB: 106}
identification as Bahá'ís, {ROB4: 271n.}
imprisoned in Tihrán, see Tihrán
in Persia, {ROB4: 115, 349-50}
lamented and moaned, {TOB: 177}
positions seized by traitors, {TOB: 125}
protection of,
{ROB4: 323}
by God, {TOB: 35, 62, 88, 96}
victorious, {TOB: 57, 247}
scatter opposition, {TOB: 85}
unstoppable, {TOB: 44}
uprisings against, {ROB4: 123-4}
see also Martyrs
pilgrims, {ROB3: 17, 55, 57, 67-8}
promotion of peace, {ROB4: 341-2}
relationship to Universal House of Justice, {ROB3: 50}
station of,
{GL: 6, 9, 10, 34, 87, 107, 108, 110, 149, 159, 167, 190, 196, 197, 214, 246, 288, 317, 323-324, 327, 330, 331, 340}
{ROB4: 92-3, 285}
{TOB: 58, 92, 96, 148, 259, 263, 268}
after death, {GL: 141, 153, 169-171, 329, 345, 346}
companions of Crimson Ark,, see Terms in Holy Writings
gaze of God toward, {TOB: 237}
glory on, {TOB: 44, 54, 80, 97, 132, 191, 198, 235, 240, 243, 247, 259, 264}
immortality of, {GL: 33, 74, 107, 141, 148, 157, 181, 213, 269, 282 , 345}
memories immortalized, {TOB: 266}
names mentioned (recorded), {TOB: 5, 13, 262, 266}
peace of God upon, {TOB: 134}
reward of,
{GL: 36, 94, 117, 167, 219, 339}
{TOB: 86}
Teachers, Muballigh (Teacher-proclaimer),
{ROB1: 86, 107, 162, 203, 279, 283}
{ROB3: 27-8, 94, 96-7, 120, 161-2, 234, 331-6, 433ff.}
{ROB4: 257-8, 274-7}
{TOB: 198-9}
ablaze with fire, {TOB: 34}
assistance of, {GL: 280, 314 }
Bahá'í travelling, {ROB4: 177, 274-5, 423}
Bahá'í, took counsel on community affairs, {ROB4: 107n.}
Bahá'u'lláh's advice to, {ROB4: 237, 296}
character of, {GL: 201, 277, 278, 335}
exhorted to teach, {GPB: 376, 377}
in Persia, {ROB4: 254, 274-5}
influence of, {GL: 277, 334-335}
notable, {ROB4: 257-73}
of children,
{ROB3: 90, 330-31}
and spiritual education of child, {KA: n40}
preparation of, {GL: 210, 277, 334, 335, 339 }
qualifications of, {TOB: 58}
success due to Word of God, {GL: 277}
station of, {KA: K117}
training,
{GPB: 340}
for youth, {ROB4: 313}
institutes for women, {ROB4: 304}
traveling, {GL: 334 }
visiting graves of, {ROB4: 165}
with understanding, {ROB4: 257, 275}
who ruin Cause, {TOB: 58} who depart from the Writings, {KA: K117, 160}
Zillu's-Sultán offers to assist, see Mas'úd Mírzá
see also Bahá'í Faith
Bahá'u'lláh (Mírzá Husayn-'Alí), Founder of the Bahá'i Faith,
{DBNN: 12, 32, 103, 118, 120, 269, 284, 286, 292, 297}
{ROB1: 33, 83, 158}
{ROB3: 22, 148, 180, 208, 348}
{ROB4: 122, 177, 178, 182, 363}
{TOB: 62, 74, 76, 103, 104, 107, 108}

Biographical
Achievements of, {ROB4: 421-4}
and
Abu'l-Qásim, see Ridván
Áqá Mírzá Áqá, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Dunyá
'Azim, meeting with, {DBNN: 599}
The Báb, see Báb, The
Badí', see Tablet to Badí'
E. G. Browne, see Browne, Edward Granville
Hájí Mírzá Haydar-'Alí', see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih
Hájí Mírzá Siyyid Muhammad, see Kitáb-i-Íqán
Hájí Muhammad-Ridá, see Muhammad-Ridáy-i-Isfahání, Hájí
Hájí Muhammad-Táhir-i-Málmírí describes, see Muhammad-Táhir-i-Málmírí, Hájí
Hájí Yahúdá, see Yahúdá, Hájí,
Ibn-i-Asdaq, see Hands of the Cause of God
Jalíl-i-Khú'í, see Covenant-breakers
King and Beloved of Martyrs, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Mullá 'Alí-Akbar, see Hands of the Cause of God
Mullá Husayn, see Letters of the Living
Nabíl-i-Akbar, dear to, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Hikmat
Nabíl's poetry about, see Tablet to Nabíl-i-A'zam
Siyyid Asadu'lláh, see Asadu'lláh, Siyyid
Sulaymán Khán, see Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Ustád 'Alí-Akbar, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Tajallíyát
Varqá, see Hands of the Cause of God
Rúhu'lláh, see Rúhu'lláh
and aqueduct, {ROB3: 24-5}
and gifts,
{ROB4: 246-8}
accepted gifts as token of grace to giver, {GL: 116, 201}
Ascension, see 'Akká
Birth of,
{KA: K92, K110, Q2, n123, n138}
{ROB4: 335}
lineage,
{ROB1: 7, 305}
descended from Abraham, {GPB: 94}
lineage of Jesse, {GPB: 94}
youth, {ROB1: 19-20}
Companions of,
{ROB1: 27, 40, 95, 96-7, 206-9, 218}
{ROB2: 5-6, 7, 14, 16, 18, 19-20, 24, 372, 410}
{ROB3: 11, 12, 17, 34, 36, 52-4, 205, 208-9, 401-4}
death of three, {ROB3: 20, 34}
in Khán-i-'Avámíd, {ROB3: 222}
interrogation of, {ROB2: 328-32}
sickness in barracks, {ROB3: 19-21}
those exiled with Him to Baghdad, {GPB: 108}
describes Himself, {KA: n1, n160}
dream of, {GPB: 101}
forsakes His wealth, {GPB: 67}
four stages of His life, {GPB: 107}
guest of Grand Vizir, {GPB: 71}
His Family,
{GPB: 240}
{ROB1: 8-16 passim, 122-3, 130, 284, 305}
{ROB2: 205n., 260-1}
{ROB3: 55, 68, 80, 83-4, 153, 204, 207-8, 211, 214, 216-18, 243, 400, Appendix III}
{ROB4: 254, 419}

Ásíyih Khánum (Navváb, Most Exalted Leaf), wife of,
{GPB: 108, 348}
{ROB1: 12, 15, 19}
{ROB2: 6}
{ROB3: 204, 210, 442-8}
{ROB4: 1, 106, 362, 366}
resting-place, in 'Akká, {ROB4: 1, 106}
Shoghi Effendi on transfer of remains of Purest Branch and Navváb to Mount Carmel, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
Brothers of,
{ROB1: 10, 11, 15, 16}
Mírzá Muhammad-Hasan, faithful half-brother of,
{ROB1: 11, 16}
Abú-Tálib Khan, Mírzá, brother-in-law of, {DBNN: 639}
Shahr-bánú, daughter of, {ROB4: 438-9}
Mírzá Muhammad-Qulí, faithful half-brother of,
{ROB1: 15-16, 284}
{ROB2: 199, 332, 402}
{ROB4: 242}
Mírzá Músá, (Áqáy-i-Kalím, Jináb-i-Kalím), most faithful brother, and Apostle of Bahá'u'lláh,
{DBNN: 183, 255, 286, 288, 397, 432, 441, 582}
{ROB1: 15-16, 53, 67n., 131, 144, 205, 228, 247, 284, 316n.}
{ROB2: 58, 67, 154, 160, 163, 164, 200, 211, 247n., 332, 402, 405}
{ROB3: 23, 181, 225n., 361, 424-5}
{ROB4: 242, 420n., 438}
Mírzá Majdi'd-Dín (Majdu'd-Din), son of, Breaker of the Covenant,
{ROB1: 316}
{ROB4: 420}
Mírzá Ridá-Qulí, half-brother of,
{ROB1: 12}
{ROB3: 218-19}
{ROB4: 438}
Maryam, cousin of Bahá'u'lláh, wife of, see Alwáh-i-Maryam
Mírzá Yahyá (Subh-i-Azal), half-brother, Breaker of the Covenant,
{ESW: 157, 161, 167, 168, 169, 171}
{GPB: 112, 155, 163-170, 233}
{KA: 15, K184, K190, n177, n190-n192}
{ROB1: 40-41, 53-6, 133, 136, 246-56, 257, 284, 291}
{ROB2: 39, 66-75 passim, 161-70, 181-2, 241, 242n., 247, 262-3, 268, 269, 284, ch. 14, 326, 331, 376, 402}
{ROB3: 23, 88-9, 109, 141, 176, 225n., 359, 373-4}
{ROB4: 53, 81, 86, 115, 174, 211, 257, 399, 400, 401, 408n., 412, 421, 438, 439, 440}
{TOB: 43, 75, 111 and n.}
and The Báb,
Mírzá Yahyá claimed to be successor to, {GPB: 114}
nominated Mírzá Yahyá, {KA: n190}
and Bábís,
{ROB2: 165-6, 181-2, 226}
role of, {ROB4: 305}
see also Báb, The
and Bahá'u'lláh:
announces His mission to Mirza Yahyá,
{GPB: 166-167}
{KA: n190}
assurance of forgiveness should he repent, {KA: K184, 163}
Bahá'u'lláh addresses, {ROB4: 220-1}
Bahá'u'lláh's allusions to, {ROB1: 195-6, 218, 241-2, 244, 272}
establishes ascendency over Mírzá Yahyá, {GPB: 168, 169}
division of possessions with Mirza Yahyá, {GPB: 167}
Mirza Yahyá's opposition to,
{GPB: 163-165}
{ROB1: 16, 37, 54-5, 107, 120, 130, 133, 136, 195-6, 218, 241-2, 246-56}
{ROB2: 1, 152-5, ch. 14}
attempts on Bahá'u'lláh's life,
{ROB2: 152-5, 158-61}
plots to kill Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 166}
Bahá'u'lláh poisoned by, {GPB: 165, 166}
clandestine opposition of, {GPB: 117}
directs campaign against Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 124, 125}
rebellion of, {GPB: 163, 164, 165, 168}
rebellion stimulates Faith, {GPB: 204}
refuses to meet with Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 168, 169}
separation from Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB2: 161-70}
stigmatized by Bahá'u'lláh as
'Most Great Idol', {ROB3: 109}
'source of Perversion'
Azalís,
{KA: K164, n177, n190}
{ROB1: 10, 50, 68, 203}
{ROB3: 24, 44-6, 56, 98, 224-5, 227, 400}
{ROB4: 81-2, 174, 176, 191, 219-20, 225-6, 305, 314, 399, 401, 403, 412}
and Nabíl ibn-i-Nabíl, see Muhammad-'Alí, Hájí Shaykh
in 'Akká, see 'Akká
murder of, see 'Akká
in Constantinople, machinations of, see Constantinople
remnant of, {GPB: 246}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, Unpublished or Untranslated Works
Badrí-Ján, wife of, {ROB3: 23, 225, 235, 251}
claims himself a Prophet, {GPB: 167}
fate of, {GPB: 233}
his Cyprus exile, see Cyprus
lives in disguise, {GPB: 114, 115}
recognizes transformation in Mírzá Áqá Ján, {GPB: 116}
Mustayqiz (Sleeper Awakened), {ROB1: 250}
Children of,
{ROB4: 5-6, 283}
Aghsán (Branches), male descendants of Bahá'u'lláh,
{KA: 3, K42, K61, 161, n66, n67, n85}
{ROB1: 134 and n.}
{ROB3: 372-3}
{ROB4: 10, 333}
{TOB: 221-2}
'Abdu'l-Bahá (Most Great Branch), son of, see 'Abdu'l-Bahá
Ásíyih Khánum, mother of, see Bahá'u'lláh, wife of
Statements, on Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB3: 399, 415, 416-17, 418, 419}
'Abdu'l-Bahá pays tribute to, {ROB1: 308}
Ascension of, {ROB4: 414-24}
imprisonment of, {ROB4: 242}
in the Garden of Junaynih, see 'Akká
laws of Báb and Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB3: 278, 281}
relation of Báb to Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB3: 306}
Mírzá Badí'u'lláh, son of, Breaker of the Covenant,
{ROB1: 131-2}
{ROB3: 230}
{ROB4: 59, 377, 435}
Mírzá Díyá'u'lláh, son of, Breaker of the Covenant,
{ROB1: 131-2}
{ROB4: 58}
Mírzá Mihdí (The Purest Branch), son of,
{GPB: 188-189, 348}
{ROB1: 19, 261}
{ROB2: 266 and n.}
{ROB3: 7, 204-16, 221}
{ROB4: 362, 366, 421}
Ásíyih Khánum, mother of, see Bahá'u'lláh, wife of
death of,
{GPB: 188}
{ROB3: 204-9, Appendix III}
resting-place, in 'Akká,
{ROB3: 214-15, Appendix III}
Nabí Sálih, cemetery of, {ROB3: 209}
Shoghi Effendi on,
{ROB3: 211, 214-15}
transfer of remains of Purest Branch and Navváb to Mount Carmel, see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Karmil
see also Unpublished or Untranslated Works, Prayer(s)
Mírzá Muhammad-'Alí, Greater Branch, son of, Arch-Breaker of Bahá'u'lláh's Covenant,
{GPB: 246-249}
{KA: n1, n9}
{ROB1: 131-3, 136, 261, 315, 316n., 319}
{ROB2: 260 and n., 267, 273, 276, 289}
{ROB3: 90, 122}
{ROB4: 5, 59, 145, 236, 420}
{TOB: 222}
Bahá'u'lláh's statements about, {GPB: 251}
caused 'Abdu'l-Bahá to be imprisoned, {GPB: 263, 264}
false claims of, {GPB: 248, 249}
falsified Writings of Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 249}
fate of, {GPB: 319, 320}
jealousy of, {GPB: 247}
rebellion of, {GPB: 245-251}
rebellion, results of, {GPB: 252}
Shoghi Effendi, great grandson of, see Shoghi Effendi
Bahá'íyyih Khánum (Varaqiy-i-'Ulyá, the Greatest Holy Leaf, {DBNN: Bahíyyih Khánum}), daughter of,
{GPB: 347, 350}
{ROB1: 12, 14-15, 19}
{ROB3: 17, 207-8, 210, 443, 445, 448}
{ROB4: 1, 59-60, 106, 311, 337, 362, 366}
Ásíyih Khánum, mother of, see Bahá'u'lláh, wife of
her resting-place, {ROB3: 210, 214, 442, 446-7}
see also {DBNN: Dedication page}
Fúrúghíyyih Khánum, daughter of, Breaker of the Covenant,
{ROB1: 41}
{ROB1: 387 and n.}
{ROB4: 405}
Siyyid 'Ali, husband of,
{ROB4: 405}
son of Hájí Mírzá Siyyid Hasan-'Alí, uncle of The Báb, see Afnáns
Cousins of,
Havvá, {ROB1: 122, 124-5}
Maryam, see Alwáh-i-Maryam
Mírzá Muhammad-i-Vazír, see Hurúfát-i-'Állín
see also Mírzá Hasan-i-Mázindarání
Mírzá 'Abbás of Núr (Mírzá Buzurg-i-Núrí), father of,
(one of the wisest administrators among the Vazírs of the King)
{DBNN: 11, 109, 234}
{ROB1: 7, 19, 305}
{TOB: 65 n.}
Mírzá Zaynu'l-'Ábidín, Mullá, brother of (uncle of Bahá'u'lláh),
{ROB3: 68, 217}
Mírzá Hasan-i-Mázindarání (Muhammad Hasan), son of,
{ROB1: 50 and n.}
{ROB3: 68, 209n., 216-17}
{ROB4: 438}
Sisters of,
{ROB1: 49-51}
Khánum Buzurg (Sháh Sultán Khánum), Breaker of the Covenant,
{ESW: 169-171}
{ROB1: 50-51}
{ROB4: 438}
Sakínih Khánum (Tallán Khánum), faithful half-sister of Bahá'u'lláh, {ROB1: 50}
Sárih Khánum, faithful sister of Bahá'u'lláh,
{GL: 109}
{ROB1: 49-50}
Uncles of,
'Aziz, {DBNN: 113}
see also Mírzá Zaynu'l-'Ábidín (Mullá)
Covenant-breakers,
{ROB4: 5-6, 283}
Mírzá Mahmúd, nephew of, {ROB1: 9, 10}
in Tihrán, see Tihrán
incident in Níyálá as related by, {DBNN: 299, 301, 324}
journey to Karbilá, see Karbilá
replies to divines of Manshád, {ROB3: 44-6}
simplicity of life, {ROB2: 169-70}
stories attributed to, {ROB4: 170}
visit to Fort of Shaykh Tabarsí, see Tabarsí
warns Grand Vazír, {ROB3: 36-7}
Zillu's-Sultán's letter to, see Mas'úd Mírzá
His Person,
{ROB3: 133-5}
{ROB4: 134-6}
and "School of Transcendent Oneness", {KA: K175, K176, K177, n185}
authority of, {TOB: 48, 75, 108, 131}
being of,
inner, {TOB: 72}
outer, {TOB: 72}
confirmations of, {ROB3: 193-4, 377}
contrast between inward and outward circumstances, {ROB3: 1, 4, 13-14, 26, 248}
His
claim, {ROB3: 239-40, 263}
courage, {ESW: 85, 87}
detachment,
{ESW: 36, 37, 41, 44, 59}
{ROB4: 246-8, 255}
effect on people,
{ROB2: 7-13, 63, 66, 153, 195, 254, 277n.}
{ROB1: 94, 101-3, 145, 198, 206-9, 220, 257-9}
{ROB3: 58, 60, 67, 69, 75, 109, 160-61, 179-82, 238, 248-9, 300, 303, 304, 402}
admirers of, diversified, {GPB: 128-132}
British official offers Him protection, {GPB: 131}
bystanders attest to His greatness, {GPB: 135}
government officials seek Him out, {GPB: 129}
governor assures protection enroute to Constantinople, {GPB: 149, 150}
mujtahid protects Him, {GPB: 143}
overwhelms conspirators and would-be murderer, {GPB: 142}
princes of royal blood seek Him out, {GPB: 129}
religious leaders seek Him out, {GPB: 123, 128-130}
respect of officials for, {ROB3: 218-19}
reverence shown Him by officials at 'Akká, {GPB: 192}
Russian minister offers assistance, {GPB: 104, 106}
sought by Shaykh in Sulaymáníyyih to interpret dream, {GPB: 121}
Sultán 'Abdu'l-Majíd protects Him, {GPB: 132}
false prophets supplicate His forgiveness, {GPB: 131}
human aspects, {ROB3: 2-3, 56, 349-50, 402-3, 414-17}
humour, {ROB4: 243-5, 256}
innate knowledge,
{GL: 58 , 122, 131, 199}
{ROB2: 57, 346}
{ROB3: 137, 389-90}
educated by God, {TOB: 148-50}
education, {ROB1: 18-19, 20, 22, 62-3}
learned impressed with His knowledge, {GPB: 122-124}
knowledge of, beyond human knowledge, {KA: K39, K97, K175, K176, K177}
mastery of Arabic, {KA: 9}
theology, lack instruction in, {KA: K104}
"unlettered One,"
{GL: 98, 199}
{KA: K104}
unschooled, {ESW: 11, 129}
Justice of,
{GL: 175}
example, {GPB: 133}
leadership, {GPB: 67-70, 194, 195}
life, {ROB3: 239}
love of nature, {ROB3: 414-16}
magnanimity, {ROB4: 241-8}
majesty,
{ROB1: 148, 257-9, 282}
{ROB2: 8-10}
{ROB3: 1, 4, 12, 52, 58, 111, 116, 133, 156, 248ff., 397-8}
power,
{GPB: 141}
{ROB3: 1-2, 13, 60, 134, 141, 193, 195, 333, 377-9}
presence with martyrs, {ROB3: 193-6}
radiance, {ROB3: 13}
resignation, {ESW: 76, 79, 85, 95}
sovereignty, {ROB3: 134, 311, 315}
vision of, {KA: 1, 2, 11, K101}
wrath, {ROB3: 235-6}
followers consumed by love for Him, {GPB: 136, 137}
love of, {ROB4: 190, 194, 211, 234, 275, 283-4}
personal relics of,
{GPB: 347}
clothes of,
{ROB4: 247, 248}
slippers of, {ROB4: 248}
portrait of, {GPB: 347}
purchases property associated with Jesus Christ, {GPB: 194}
Seals of,
{ROB1: 25 and n.}
{ROB2: 5 and n.} Tablets embellished with, {KA: K117, n143}
relationship to his followers, {ROB3: 201-2}
tests of being close to, {ROB2: 7}
His Cause
advent, {KA: K82, K85, K88, K165, K177, n33, n108, n153, n158, n160, n172}
appointment of Hands of the Cause, see Hands of the Cause of God
Apostles of, see Apostle(s) of Bahá'u'lláh
belief in, {ROB4: 194}
Declaration of, see Ridván
effect on believer, {KA: K38, K55}
His Dispensation,
{KA: 1, 7, 12, 14, K142, K148, Q8, Q42, n19, n44, n126, n129, n160, n172}
{ROB1: 216-18, 279, 309-14}
{ROB3: 147, 192, 211, 317, 373}
{ROB4: 155}
duration of, {KA: 1, 12, 14, K37, 156, n62}
Holy Dispensation, {TOB: 125}
His laws and ordinances, commandments,
{ROB2: 354}
{ROB3: 115, 124, 139, 276-86}
call to humanity
{GL: 38, 99, 104, 115, 127, 130, 163, 168, 171, 183, 205, 213, 217, 299, 316, 319-322, 322, 332, 342, 345}
to serve Cause, {GL: 14, 37, 43, 84, 92, 137, 184, 196, 246, 281, 296, 308, 310}
command
against sedition,
{GL: 335}
{ROB2: 86-91, 188, 190}
against use of force,
{KA: n170, n173}
{ROB2: 86, 258n., 351}
to teach,
{GPB: 376, 377}
{ROB2: 91-106, 238}
demands high conduct of His followers, {GPB: 133}
orders land to be purchased in 'Ishqábád, {ROB4: 120}
violence condemned by, {GPB: 134}
see also Kitáb-i-Aqdas
His Mission,
{GL: 85, 100, 108, 115, 130, 212, 217, 228, 238, 256, 286, 299}
divine origin of, {GPB: 102}
made known to Him,
{ESW: 11, 12, 22}
{GL: 90, 99, 103}
His Revelation,
{ESW: 14, 26, 38, 56, 60, 83, 87, 95, 96, 103, 104, 105, 107, 111, 114, 115, 120, 126, 127, 128, 140, 141-142, 143, 147, 151, 153, 155, 156, 157, 158, 161, 171, 172, 173}
{KA: K184, Q57}
{ROB3: 104-5, 110, 147-8, 205, 219, 371, 377}
{ROB4: 6, 53, 65-6, 95, 137, 138, 167, 172, 193, 198, 209, 300, 352, 357, 358, 372, 413, 423, 438}
{TOB: 3-5, 12, 41, 53, 72, 77, 78, 85, 91, 102, 103, 107, 182, 186-7, 214, 223, 233, 239, 244-5, 251, 261, 263}
all may choose to believe, {TOB: 41}
and break-up of society, {ROB2: 417-21}
and The Báb,
foretold by Báb, {GL: 10, 96, 146, 147, 294}
receives Tablet from the Báb, {KA: K175, K176, n185, n186}
relationship to the Báb, {KA: K20, K110, K175, K179, n108, n109}
see also Báb, The
Announcement, {TOB: 36, 61, 84, 103, 115, 116, 121, 181, 246, 248, 260}
anticipated, {ESW: 42}
after martyrdoms in Yazd, {ROB4: 347}
attacks to be refuted, {GL: 329, 330}
and the West, {ROB4: 232-3}
Anti-Christ of, see Bahá'u'lláh/His Sufferings
Bábís who were heedless of, see Bábí(s)
Bahá'u'lláh's apologia for, {ROB2: 370}
basis of unity of mankind, {GL: 97, 215, 286, 316, 333}
benefits of, {TOB: 132}
birth of, aee Tihrán/Síyáh-Chál
breathed new life into human frame, {TOB: 84}
brings tests,
{ROB1: 129}
{ROB2: 214}
Call, {TOB: 61, 64, 78, 105, 122, 238, 241, 250, 261, 265}
canalized through the Administrative Order, {ROB4: 233}
Centre of the Cause, see Covenant
chalice,
{TOB: 196}
of loving-kindness, {TOB: 220}
compared to an ocean, {GL: 326-327}
consequences of rejection, {ROB2: 309-11}
culmination of past revelations,
{ROB3: 3-4, 119}
Bahá'í Cycle, Bahá'í Era,
{ROB1: 309-11}
{ROB3: 154, 167}
{ROB4: 209, 366, 424}
five thousand centuries, {GPB: 55, 100}
consummation of all Dispensations, {GL: 244, 340}
most perfect expression of peoples of old, {TOB: 87}
Dawn, {TOB: 41, 51, 75}
Day of God, see Terms in Holy Writings
distinguishing features of,
{ROB4: 340, 365}
{TOB: 94}
divine origin of, {ROB3: 114, 196}
Faith of God, {GL: 136, 217, 255, 293, 312, 319, 333}
fragrance of, {TOB: 13, 14, 15}
fruits of, {ROB3: 127}
glory of, {ROB4: 320, 353}
greatness of,
{GL: 10, 13, 37, 75, 77, 95, 99, 105, 106, 163, 245, 255, 319, 320, 325, 326, 328}
{ROB1: 18, 23, 64-7, 121-2, 213, 218, 236-7, 245, 301-2, 307-8, 311-14}
{ROB2: 16, 76, 151, 416}
{ROB4: 66, 108, 125, 127-9, 133, 150, 216, 218, 313, 318, 320, 335}
{TOB: 64, 237, 258-9}
Hádí should recognize, {TOB: 43}
hid in souls of Prophets, {TOB: 103}
history of, {ROB4: 115-6}
His description of, {ROB2: 143-4, 239}
His initial experience, {ROB1: 10, 12, 20, 21}
His language, {ROB3: 109, 111, 156, 270, 275-6, 349-50}
Hour, {TOB: 11, 107, 117, 131, 237, 244}
incomparable, {TOB: 3, 28, 80}
influence of, {ROB4: 353}
instrument for education, {TOB: 87, 130}
interpretation forbidden, see Interpretation of Sacred Text
its significance, {GPB: 91-103}
joyful tidings of, {TOB: 239, 242}
light of, {TOB: 13, 236, 244}
make mention of, {TOB: 142}
mankind will gather beneath tabernacle, {TOB: 84}
metaphor of "Hidden Treasure,"
{KA: K15, n23}
{TOB: 77}
moment of, {ROB3: 160, 171}
Most Great Infallibility disclosed, see Infallibility
Most Great Revelation, {ROB4: 141}
nature of,
{ROB1: 21}
{ROB4: 129, 150, 388}
none can protest what befalls, {TOB: 212}
ocean, {TOB: 33, 196}
power of, {TOB: 200}
principle of progressive revelation, {KA: K98, K183, n89, n126, n180}
proclamation of His Message,
{KA: K75, K80, K103, K118, K132, K134, K143, K163, K168, n158}
{ROB3: 30, 109, 110ff., 138, 147, 156, 163-4, 167, 168, 174, 199-200, 239, 331-2, 364}
open proclamation of, {ROB2: 30, 64, 85}
profusion and power of,
{GL: 93, 96, 136, 140, 141, 189, 190, 197, 219, 286, 292, 319, 328, 332}
{ROB2: 34, 84-5, 192-3, 251-4, 269, 274, 286, 298-300, 348n.}
promises of former Dispensations fulfilled, {KA: K80, K142, n156, n158, n160, n185}
promotion by force forbidden, {GL: 278, 303, 330}
proofs of,
{GL: 49, 105, 179, 220, 259}
{KA: K136, K165, K167, K183}
{ROB4: 262-3}
{TOB: 74}
purpose of, objectives of,
{ESW: 24, 33, 34, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46, 88, 161, 163, 166}
{GL: 43, 85, 95, 144, 206, 215}
{KA: K172}
{ROB2: 30, 140, 150, 192-3, 304}
{ROB3: 214}
{ROB4: 158, 196, 365, 388}
{TOB: 21, 44, 72, 92, 96, 166, 168, 174, 219, 220, 223, 260}
unstoppable, {TOB: 14, 15, 44, 115, 123, 210, 233, 243}
reminder to people, {TOB: 137}
tyranny of world doesn't hinder, {TOB: 125}
quotes from previously revealed Tablets, {ROB4: 372-4}
recognition of,
{KA: n48}
{ROB1: 56, 68, 84, 91, 95}
{ROB3: 65, 77, 88, 103, 105, 127, 130, 132, 148-9, 161, 163-4, 272, 291-2, 315, 36, 377}
{ROB4: 142, 193, 198, 206-7, 212, 216, 305}
enjoined, {KA: 15, K1, K85-K86, K134, n1, n155}
recognition of God comes only through, {ROB4: 139-40}
redefines customs and concepts of past, {KA: 1, K138, n2, n93}
refused, {GL: 11, 39, 42, 58, 72, 90, 179, 221, 246, 256, 294, 324}
relationship to Administrative Order, {ROB3: 50}
released spiritual energies, {ROB1: 4-5, 18, 23, 45}
resplendent, {TOB: 40, 74, 79, 89}
reveals hidden mysteries, {TOB: 4, 5, 47, 241}
'Revelation Writing', see Áqá Ján, Mírzá
revolutionized mankind, {GL: 136, 139, 196}
shall endure, {TOB: 232}
signs of, {TOB: 13, 58, 75, 79, 118, 214}
speaking as the Manifestation, {ROB4: 319}
speaks not of His own volition,
{ESW: 11, 12, 39, 40}
{GL: 90, 99, 103, 108, 126}
Springtime, {TOB: 86, 257}
suffices all mankind, {TOB: 142}
symbolism of letter "vav," {KA: n172}
thanks for, inadequate, {TOB: 28}
theme of, pales all others, {TOB: 62}
throne of, {TOB: 50, 52}
to priests, bishops and monks, see Clergy
transcends others, {TOB: 74-5, 248, 259}
transforming power of, {ROB3: 140}
tribulations, value of {GL: 42, 72, 270, 333}
truth in, {ROB4: 141, 152, 339}
universality of,
{GL: 92, 96, 189, 256-259, 273, 282}
{TOB: 89}
veils to recognizing, {ROB4: 138}
victory of, foreordained, {GL: 248, 272, 287, 306, 319, 332, 341}
Way, {TOB: 266}
Word,
{TOB: 11, 21, 34, 50, 89, 178, 184, 256, 258}
Most Sublime, {TOB: 264}
of God, {TOB: 73, 91, 93-4, 123, 237, 242}
world depends on, {ROB4: 319}
world immersed in ocean of, {ROB4: 70}
world-vivifying, {ROB3: 213}
zenith,
{ROB2: 1}
{ROB4: 114}
see also Rashh-i-'Amá, His effect on people, Bahá'í Faith, Bahá'u'lláh, His Tablets and Writings, Dispensation, Kitáb-i-Aqdas
infallibility of, see Infallibility
institutions ordained by, {ROB3: 214-15}
ministry,
{ROB3: 10, 14, 80, 84, 110, 137, 143, 234, 241, 273, 400}
inauguration of, {GPB: 106-108}
first phase, {GPB: 109, 111}
forty-year ministry, {GPB: 183}
last phase of, {GPB: 183-185}
sends travel teachers, {ROB4: 275-6}
teachings and principles,
{ROB3: 78, 124-5, 126, 130, 131, 139, 158, 230-31, 298-9, 322, 339; also 153}
presentation of His teachings, {ROB4: 374-7}
see also Bahá'í Faith
His Station,
{ESW: 2, 41, 43, 47, 48, 155}
{GL: 33, 36, 99, 101, 102, 228, 244}
{GPB: 93-100}
{KA: K47, K142, K143, 162, n160}
{ROB1: 10, 66-7, 295, 304-9, 313}
{ROB2: 77-86, 183-4, 185, 213, 301, 302-3 (revealing of), 346-9}
{ROB3: 132-4, 144-5, 231, 241, 264, 276, 336, 378, 397}
{ROB4: 66, 94, 108, 125-39, 141, 223, 320}
advent of,
{TOB: 4, 13, 15, 89, 101-4, 115-16, 182, 215, 231, 244-5, 247-8, 258-60}
came from heaven of eternity, {TOB: 9}
unconcealed (unveiled), {TOB: 40, 96, 123}
alludes to His own station,
{ROB1: 119, 142, 194-6, 210, 213, 218, 245, 273, 307-8}
{ROB3: 305}
authority of, {GL: 55-56, 171, 176, 202}
bears trust of God, {TOB: 12}
Books of God mention, {TOB: 47, 50, 107, 231, 248}
conceals His station for ten years, {GPB: 103}
dependent only upon God, {GL: 37, 38}
disciples perceive His station, {GPB: 103}
discloses His station to Mírzá Áqá Ján, {GPB: 115}
ever-present, {GL: 137, 139, 316}
Kingdom of God embodied in, {TOB: 12}
man's relationship to, {ROB1: 73-4, 79-80}
never hidden, {GL: 286, 344}
new attire of Best Beloved, {TOB: 87}
one of claims to greatness, {GPB: 138}
other Announcements bow to, {TOB: 248}
power of,
{GL: 40, 72, 93, 137, 214, 219, 322}
{TOB: 107}
pre-eminent, {TOB: 259}
Prophethood, proof of,
{GL: 11, 49, 105, 179, 220, 259, 302}
{TOB: 74, 75, 117, 181, 245}
relationship to God,
accused of identifying Himself with God, {ROB4: 125-6, 406-7}
Bahá'u'lláh identifies with God, {KA: K39, K86, K88, K132, K134, K143, K163, K168, n160}
'HE is I', {TOB: 258}
represents Godhead, {KA: K1, K86, K132, K143, K172}
relationship to other Manifestations,
{ROB1: 64-6, 308-9}
Báb's laws may be changed by, {TOB: 132}
Bahá'u'lláh is Supreme Manifestation of God, see His Titles and Names
identity with Báb, {GL: 147, 244, 293}
oneness with all Prophets, {GL: 88-89, 101-102}
reveals God's glory, {TOB: 197}
source of grace and gifts, {TOB: 245}
sovereignty,
{KA: K69, K82, K134, K167, n181}
over hearts of men, {KA: 13, K83}
transcends past and future, {TOB: 74-5}
Universal Manifestation, {ROB4: 135}
see also Bahá'u'lláh, His Titles and Names
His Sufferings,
{ESW: 17, 20, 23, 34, 35, 37, 52, 53, 63, 72, 78, 85, 94-95, 122, 125, 157}
{GL: 37, 42, 58, 85, 88-89, 90, 98-100, 115, 116, 119, 120, 124, 129, 130, 148, 203, 219, 224-226, 229, 238, 239, 240, 242, 244, 247, 270, 274, 286, 296, 298, 307, 313, 342, 344}
{KA: 8, 12, 15, K86, K141, K158, K184, n1, n190, n192}
{ROB1: 10, 12-13, 51-2, 57, 61, 63, 148-9, 195-6, 249}
{ROB2: 209-10, 239-40, 244, 284, 355-7}
{ROB3: 141, 226-34, 420-21}
{ROB4: 6, 38, 148, 171, 388-90, 391-2, 402-5}
{TOB: 11, 15, 44, 75, 104, 122-3, 151}
are for sake of world,
{TOB: 10, 12}
sacrifice of, for mankind, {GL: 88, 99, 101, 307, 315}
as Joseph,
{KA: n1}
{ROB2: 179, 269}
{ROB4: 81}
true Joseph,
{GPB: 23}
{KA: n1}
attempt on His life,
{ROB2: 107, 153-4}
{ROB3: 66-7}
banishment from Persia,
{KA: n33}
{ROB1: 11, 13, 16-17, 51-2, 224}
exile fulfilled prophecies, {GPB: 107}
famine in Persia, {ROB4: 299}
method of travel, {ROB2: 6}
refuses foreign protection, {ROB2: 406}
testimonies of His innocence of attack on Sháh, {GPB: 105, 106}
to,
Adrianople, see Adrianople
'Akká, see 'Akká
Alexandria, see Alexandria
Baghdád, see Baghdád
Constantinople (Istanbul), see Constantinople
Haifa, see Haifa
Kurdistán, see Kurdistán
bastinadoed, {GPB: 68}
battered by stones of idle fancy, {TOB: 139}
captivity, {KA: n192}
conspiracies against Him, {GPB: 142, 143, 146, 150, 159, 160}
cursing of, {ROB4: 92-3, 175}
enemies of, {GPB: 142, 143, 146, 150, 224-233}
faces mob of five hundred, {GPB: 68}
flight parallels others in religious history, {GPB: 107}
foretells His trials, {GPB: 147}
His submission to suffering, {ROB3: 1-2, 4, 52-3, 232-4, 243}
imprisonment,
{ESW: 20-22, 52, 56, 57, 63, 77}
{ROB4: 241-2}
{TOB: 10, 41, 49, 104, 151, 259, 260}
condemned to life imprisonment, {ROB3: 4, 18-19}
see also 'Akká, Tihrán
marks of sword on Tree, {TOB: 209}
martyrdom sought, {TOB: 14, 15}
opposition to,
{GL: 58, 246, 256, 273}
{ROB2: 137, 413-14}
see also Non-believers
Persecution, of Cause of God,
{ROB3: 14, 27, 56-7, 166, 224-5, 234-7, 243, 251}
{ROB4: 335}
{TOB: 15, 33}
adversaries,
{GPB: 142, 143, 146, 159, 160}
Bahá'u'lláh's statements about, {GPB: 224}
confounded by His love, {GPB: 135-136}
of the Faith, two most powerful, {GPB: 17}
opposed by mother of the Sháh, {GPB: 70}
Mír Muhammad-Husayn (Imám-Jum'ih of Isfahán, 'Raqshá'- She-Serpent),
{DBNN: 201, 202}
{ROB4: 75-6, 79-80, 91, 96-7, 100, 297}
{TOB: 203, 214-16}
see also Muhammad, Mír Siyyid
Shaykh Muhammad-Báqir, of Isfahán ("Dhi'b" - Wolf),
see Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh/Lawh-i-Burhán
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
Siyyid Muhammad-i-Isfahání, Anti-Christ of Bahá'u'lláh's Revelation,
{GPB: 164}
{KA: K184, 164, n190, n192}
{ROB1: 27 and n., 54-5, 68, 107, 220, 223 and n., 224, 246-9, 254-5, 291}
{ROB2: 61, 66-75 passim, 118, 152-5, 165, 170, 242n., 291, 293, 325-8, 371, 375, 397, 402}
{ROB3: 24, 56, 178, 224-5, 234-7, 374}
{ROB4: 226, 412, 434, 435}
Attacks on Cause to be refuted, {GL: 329, 330}
fate of His opposers, {GPB: 231-233}
warning to opposers, {GPB: 251}
possessions plundered in Mázindarán, {DBNN: 637}
refuge, sole, {GL: 203}
rejection of, opposition to,
{KA: K35, K41, K85, K139, K140, K141, K166}
{TOB: 33, 61, 96, 107, 120, 131, 188, 207, 232, 235, 240-2, 248, 250-1, 261} Bábís, {TOB: 79, 185, 190}
because of fear, {TOB: 61}
clergy, {TOB: 10, 110, 254, 259}
denies former Manifestations, {TOB: 248, 249}
kings and queens, {TOB: 252}
learned, {TOB: 256}
Muhammadans (people of Qur'án), {TOB: 15, 103-4}
people of tyranny, {TOB: 49, 54, 107, 255}
Persians, {TOB: 62, 84}
Shí'ih divines, {TOB: 79}
restrictions relaxed on, {GPB: 195}
source of His sorrow,
{ESW: 22, 33}
{GL: 100, 117, 153, 244, 308-310}
because of Covenant-breakers, {TOB: 58-60, 70, 121}
misdeeds of Bahá'ís, see Bahá'í(s)
sorrowed by grievances, {TOB: 139}
weeps, {TOB: 189}
Tribulations, {ESW: 17, 29, 35, 53, 75, 85, 95, 123, 147}
urges followers not to grieve for His sufferings, {ROB3: 26, 32}
victory assured,
{ESW: 21}
protected, {TOB: 102}
His Tablets and Writings, Sacred Text, Words of Bahá'u'lláh,
{ESW: 11, 13, 17, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30, 39, 45-56, 56-59, 59-64, 78, 79, 97, 124, 127, 136, 166}
{KA: 8-9, n189, n193, n194}
{ROB1: xv, 22}
{ROB2: 218}
{ROB3: 139-40, 263, 299, 323-6, 429 n.}
{ROB4: 125, 168, 396, 423}
{TOB: 120, 143, 210, 216, 245, 261}
quotations from,
{GPB: xii, x, xi, 3, 7, 22, 23, 28, 49, 57, 71, 72, 79, 80, 82, 92, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 105, 106, 108, 109, 110, 112, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 122, 124, 125, 126, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 140, 141, 143, 144, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153, 154, 155, 157, 160, 161, 163, 166, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 177, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 227, 230, 231, 232, 233, 239, 240, 242, 243, 250, 251, 253, 254, 277, 278, 325, 331, 347, 348, 357, 360, 376, 377, 390, 395, 396}

Arabic, use of, {KA: 9-10}
authority and integrity, {KA: K53, K117, 160, n143}
cause souls to soar, {TOB: 119}
cheer eyes, {TOB: 9}
collected by non-believers, {TOB: 131}
composition of, {ROB4: 23n.}
counsels of, {TOB: 70, 86}
copious writings in two years, {GPB: 137, 138}
deviation from, {KA: K117, 160}
disparities between Tablets, {KA: Q57}
ended but theme unexhausted, {TOB: 119}
first fruits of His Divine Pen, {GPB: 121}
fragrance of, {TOB: 15, 220, 261}
gives knowledge of God, {TOB: 39, 50, 156, 195-6}
in which locations and cities are addressed, {ROB4: 352}
melodies of, would create havoc, {TOB: 106-7}
memorization of, {TOB: 200}
misrepresented, {ROB4: 150}
Odes and Tablets, {GPB: 120}
reading from pulpits prohibited,
{KA: n168}
see also Recitation of sacred Writings and Verses
reference to, in resolving differences, {KA: K53, 160}
repeats subjects in, {ROB4: 125}
sends unaddressed Tablets, {ROB4: 323-5}
study of,
{KA: 7, K149, K182, 160}
{ROB4: 17, 212}
survey of, {ROB4: 227-38}
teachers well-versed in, {ROB4: 275}
transcription, dissemination, publication of,
{GPB: 380-383}
{KA: vii-viii}
{ROB1: 25-6, 27, 160}
{ROB2: 200, 269, 279, 283, 373}
{TOB: 133 n.}
compilations of, {ROB4: 259n.}
delivery of, {ROB4: 323-8}
In His own hand, {ROB1: 34-5, 37}
printing of,
{ROB4: 321-2}
first Bahá'í, {ROB4: 178}
not in printed form, {ROB4: 259n.}
translation of His Writings,
{GPB: 260, 261}
{KA: 9-11}
see also Áqá Ján, Mírzá
unfolds wings of broken bird, {TOB: 169}
warnings of,
{KA: 162-164}
{TOB: 190}
to Constantinople, {KA: K89, n120}
to ecclesiastical leaders,
{KA: 13}
see also Clergy
to followers, {KA: 14}
to kings of the earth, {KA: K82}
about falsely claiming revelation from God, {KA: K37}
about opposition to the Faith, {KA: K37, 163, n63}
to William I, {KA: 15, K86}
Word of God, as revealed by Bahá'u'lláh, Words of,
{ESW: 42, 76, 105, 110, 130}
{ROB1: 18, 21, 42-3, 46}
{ROB2: 120, 121, 289}
{ROB3: 99-100, 103, 114, 130, 156, 264, 276, 325, 349, 375-6}
{ROB4: 193}
are water, {TOB: 257}
Book of Bahá'u'lláh, {GL: 69, 123, 127, 183, 198, 221, 270, 286, 306}
could render Cause victorious, {TOB: 197}
creativeness,
{ROB1: 30-31}
source of Creation, {ROB4: 42, 278-83}
manner of revelation,
{ROB1: 22-5, 28-9, 34-7, 40-42, 55, 64}
{ROB4: 219-19, 372-3}
pronounced by Qá'im, {TOB: 258}
style and classes of,
{ROB1: 21-5, 40, 60, 62-3, 96, 147, 160, 213, 218-19}
{ROB2: 19, 29}
nine different styles or categories, see To The Kings and Rulers/Súriy-i-Haykal
Writings in 'Akká,
{GPB: 216, 219, 220}
three classifications of, {GPB: 205, 206}
power of,
{ROB1: 29, 30-31, 62-3, 83, 102, 210}
{ROB4: 237-8, 388}
{TOB: 88}
and influence, {KA: K3, K54, K129, K136, K167, K169}
gives new power to words, {GL: 93}
potency of, {TOB: 200}
rapidity of revelation, {ROB1: 23, 29, 35-6, 62, 158}
reciting, see Bahá'í(s)
sheltering shadow of, {TOB: 257}
sweetness, {KA: K3, K4, K54, K179}
vastness of Revelation,
{ROB1: 23-4, 25, 69}
{ROB3: 108, 134}
verses, {TOB: 74, 87, 89, 110, 114, 117, 119, 147, 183}
wine of, {TOB: 105, 108, 110, 208, 239, 241, 249}
see also Interpretation of Sacred Text, Bahá'u'lláh, His Tablets and Writings
written in Persian, {TOB: 49, 122 and n.}
yield spirit of life, {TOB: 147}
see also Tablets and Writings of Bahá'u'lláh (Index, Part I)
His Titles and Names,
{GPB: 94}
{KA: K18, K60, K110, 95, n23, n147, n160}
{ROB1: 8, 12, 42, 66, 77, 83, 109, 134, 148, 236, 304-9 passim, 313}
{ROB2: 29, 186-7, 249}
{ROB3: 264, 393}
{ROB4: 139-40, 207, 369}
{TOB: 101, 105, 182, 185, 231}

attributes of God and/or Bahá'u'lláh,
as veil, {TOB: 9-10}
benevolence, {KA: 97}
grandeur, {KA: K88, K177}
justice, {KA: K170}
loving providence, {KA: 6, K3, K29, K75, K117}
mercy,
{KA: 16, K59, K136, K140, 92, 94, 95, 99, 101}
Concealer of sins (His mercy),
{GL: 271, 309}
{ROB2: 24, 116-18, 153, 201, 273}
might, {KA: K42, K82, K129, K177, 93, 94, 101}
potency, {KA: K129, K175}
righteousness, {KA: K83, K136, K141}
sovereignty, {KA: K20, K78, K103, K115, K167, K178}
strength, {KA: K44}
strengthens, {TOB: 79}
terrible in punishing, {KA: K37}
wisdom, {KA: 16, K44, K68, K98, K101, K177, K180, n86}
wrath, {KA: K170}
All-
Compelling, {KA: K40}
Gracious, {KA: K21, K34, K86, K97, K106}
Informed, {KA: K40, K60, K97, K130, K143, K164, K189, Q101}
Knowing, {KA: K9, K39, K40, K52, K53, K56, K88, K89, K93, K123, K124, K130, K168, K189, 98}
Merciful,
{KA: 16, K2, K3, K7, K21, K29, K30, K35, K40, K73, K74, K86, K101, K107, K110, K116, K129, K133, K136, K137, K138, K139, K150, K158, K165, K173, K175, K178, K184, 92, 99, n51, n107, n149, n170}
Perceiving, {KA: K151}
Possessing, {KA: K2, K22, K94, K170, 99}
Praised, {KA: K40, K49, K115, K134}
Subduing, {KA: K132}
Wise, {KA: K12, K37, K39, K40, K88, K120, K132, K138, K146, K160, K163}
Almighty,
{KA: 16, K6, K16, K37, K38, K40, K49, K80, K101, K163, K175, K176, K177, 95, 98, n86, n144, n170}
Ancient of Days,
{GL: 210, 241, 302, 306}
{KA: K80, K86, K97, Q96, Q105}
Ancient Root, {KA: K121, n145}
Answerer, {KA: K129}
Avenger, {KA: K153}
Bahá, Abhá,
All-Glorious, {KA: K9, K36, K50, K55, K73, K94, K137, 92, 95, n11, n23, n33, n137, n144}
attribute and name of God, {ROB1: 48, 116, 117}
Bahá'u'lláh,
{GPB: 32}
{ROB3: 238}
Greatest Name, Alláh-u-Abhá, Yá Bahá'u'l-Abhá,
{GL: 28, 121, 189, 190, 203, 242, 246, 316, 333}
{KA: K127, n33, n137, n148}
{ROB1: 28, 48, 117, 274}
{ROB3: 116, 368, 431}
{ROB4: 135, 139, 230, 376411n.}
{TOB: 33}
numerical equivalent, {KA: K29, n48, n50}
power of, {GL: 28, 34, 121, 189, 242, 286, 333}
repetition 95 times a day, {KA: K18, Q77, 157, n33-n34}
significance, {KA: K29, K51, n33, n48}
Most Great Name, {TOB: 38, 50, 101, 142, 182 n.}
Jináb-i-Bahá (His Honour Bahá), {ROB1: 8 and n., 158, 224}
number of, {KA: K30, n50}
three hundred sixty derivatives of the word, {GPB: 69}
see also Abhá Kingdom
Baqíyyatu'lláh
Beauty, {KA: K13, K38, 92, 96, 97, n20, n160}
Beloved,
{KA: 92, n3, n23}
Best-Beloved, {KA: K4, K80, K129, K141}
Beneficent, {KA: K97}
Bestower, {KA: K97}
Blessed Perfection, {ROB3: 304}
Book of God, {GL: 13, 104, 159, 225, 226, 227, 237, 247, 290, 294, 297, 341}
Bounteous (All-, Ever-), {KA: K34, K36, K151, K184}
Bountiful (All-, Most-), {KA: K42, K46, K86, K97, K114, K163, K189, 95, 100}
Counselor, {KA: K52}
Creator see Creation
Darvísh Muhammad, {GPB: 120}
Dawning-place,
{KA: K74, K113, K143, K149, K186, n23}
of all signs, {KA: K169}
of Beauty, {KA: K68}
of God's Cause, {KA: K47, n75}
of Revelation, {KA: K42, K60}
of Splendor, {KA: K15}
of Utterance, {KA: K29}
Dayspring of, Day-Spring of,
{KA: K3, K4, K102, K143, K186}
Divine Unity, {KA: K175}
God's Light,
{KA: K85, n116}
{ROB3: 150}
Grandeur, {KA: K88}
His Most Excellent Titles, {KA: K143, K173}
Names, {KA: K88}
Revelation, {KA: 15, K1, K80, K86, K109, K148, 99}
the Signs of God, God's Signs,
{KA: K35, 97}
{ROB4: 130}
Daystar,
{KA: K92, K120}
of Utterance, {KA: K16}
Desire of the World, {KA: K1, K157, 92, 96}
Establisher of the Kingdom, {GPB: 318, 324}
Establisher of the Most Great Peace, {GPB: 93}
Eternal Truth,
{GL: 60}
{KA: K54, K125, n23}
Ever-Abiding, {KA: K14, K88, K104}
Everlasting, {KA: K41, K86, Q105, n160}
Exalted, {KA: K30, K56, K80, K94, K132, 92, 95, n144}
Expounder, {KA: K10, Q96}
Faithful, {KA: K109}
Fashioner, {KA: K97, K167}
Forgiving (All-, Ever-), {KA: K10, K14, K49, K74, K75, K88, K151, K163, K169, K184, 100, 101}
Father, {ROB4: 228, 229, 413}
Fountain of God's Laws, {KA: K1, K50}
Great Announcement,
{GL: 40, 116, 308}
Most Great Announcement, {KA: K167, n180}
(letter), a symbol of God, {KA: n28}
He Who causeth the dawn to appear, {KA: K117, n143}
Help in Peril, {KA: K82, K149, K168, K175, K180, 100, 101}
Hidden Mystery, {KA: 96}
Inaccessible, {KA: n144}
Incomparable, {KA: K18, K50, K53, K74, K76, K106, K143}
Jamál-i-Mubárak (Blessed Beauty),
{ROB1: 12 and n., 77, 90, 200, 205, 230}
{ROB3: 32, 65, 122, 160, 203, 301, 303, 373, 403, 408, 411, 416-17, 418}
Jamál-i-Qidám (Ancient Beauty),
{GL: 99, 111, 119, 296, 298, 309}
{KA: Q100}
{ROB3: 206, 218, 420}
Judge, {GPB: 93}
Keeper of His pledge, {KA: K56}
King of Glory, {ROB3: 15}
King of Kings,
{GL: 211}
{KA: 13, K82}
{ROB3: 148}
see also Epistle to the Son of the Wolf
King of the seen and unseen, {KA: 97}
Lawgiver,
{GPB: 93}
{KA: 13}
Living Book, {KA: K134, K168, n155}
Lord of
all
Mankind, {KA: K8, K16, K26, K154}
Men, {KA: 99}
Names, {KA: K49, K132, 92, 95}
Nations, {KA: 94}
Religions, {KA: K31, K36}
worlds, {KA: K10, K44, K85, K98, K138}
Beginning and end, {KA: K16, K28}
Being, {KA: K139, 96, 97}
Creation, {KA: K11}
Grace, {KA: K14}
Hosts,
{GPB: 94}
{ROB3: 15, 109, 169, 172, 264, 267, 393, 445}
to be manifested in Holy Land, {GPB: 183, 184}
Judgement, {KA: K18, K56}
Majesty, {KA: K14, K158, 94, Q106}
Power, {KA: 16}
Seen and Unseen, {KA: K11, K98, 97, n18}
Splendor, {KA: K13, n20}
Throne on high and earth below, {KA: K86, 96, 97}
Utterance, {KA: K88}
Maker of the Heavens, {KA: K18, 92}
Man-Yuzhiruh'lláh (Him Whom God shall make manifest),
{GL: 270}
{KA: K135, K137, K139, n7, n48, n108, n141, n146, n155, n157, n158, n185, n186}
{ROB1: 38, 56, 84, 93n., 105, 152, 194n., 249-93, ch. 18}
{ROB2: 84, 85, 114, 116, 146, 152, 161, 182, 237, 371, 376, 377-81}
{ROB3: 73-4 and n., 257, 278, 306}
{ROB4: 53, 147, 166, 174, 220, 330, 437-8}
The Báb,
commands to offer priceless gifts to, {KA: K114, n141}
exhorts Bábís to recognize, {GPB: 30}
forbids followers to ask Him questions, {KA: K126, n146}
His prophecies fulfilled, {ROB1: 207, 217, 249, 251, 280-81}
His Tablet to the Twentieth Letter of the Living, {DBNN: xxi}
identifies Qiblih with, {KA: K137, 145}
laws of Bayán subject to His sanction, {KA: 8, n109}
Promised One of the Bayán,
{KA: n153, n185}
{ROB3: 88}
references to {KA: 163, n189}
refers to as "Living Book", {KA: n155}
Tablet to Him, {KA: K175, K176, n185, n186}
titles given Bahá'u'lláh by, Báb, The/announces station of Bahá'u'lláh
tribute to Him, {KA: K135, K136, n156}
see also Báb, The
false claimants, {ROB1: 68, 202, 300}
offering priceless gifts to, {KA: K114, 159, n141}
questioning, {KA: K126, 159, n146}
Mighty, {KA: K8, K39, K42, K56, K115, K132, K134, K183, K184, 98}
Mighty Stock, {KA: K174, n184}
Monarch of names of God, {GL: 258}
Most
Compassionate, {KA: K14, K24, K31, K45, K75, K129, K150, K179, 92, n23, n149}
Excellent, {KA: K134}
Generous, {KA: K10, K16, K32, K75, K97, K114, K142, K169, 101}
Great Beauty
Great Ocean, {ROB3: 8}
High, {KA: K2, K16, K22, K24, K30, K86, K136, K137, K142, K170, K175, Q100, n24}
Mighty Ocean, {KA: K96}
Mighty Sign, {TOB: 47, 209}
Mouthpiece of God, {GL: 108}
Munificent, {KA: K25, K142, Q102}
Mystic Dove, {KA: K174}
Nightingale, {KA: K139}
Nobleman of Núr, {GPB: 402}
Omnipotent, {KA: K6, K24, K100, K132, K184}
Omniscient, {KA: K6, K43, K60, K97, K110, K132, K138, K143, K146, K151, K159, K160, K164, K175, K179, Q96, Q101}
Ordainer (Supreme), {KA: K6, K12, K24, K56, K81, K88, K110, K128, K129, K137, K159, 95, Q96, Q101, Q105}
Pardoner, {KA: K8, K21, K34}
Peerless, {KA: K86, n144}
Pen,
{KA: K54, K55, K158}
{ROB2: 187, 289}
{TOB: 3, 39, 61, 106, 149, 198, 199, 209, 213}
Abhá Pen, Pen of the Most Glorious, Pen of the Most High,
{KA: K2, K16, K24, K86, K136, K142, K175}
{ROB1: 34-5, 94, 128 and n., 252}
{ROB3: 1, 110, 133, 149, 160, 204, 215, 230, 275, 359}
reveals Knowledge, {TOB: 39}
'Shrill Voice' of, {ROB1: 35 and n.}
Exalted Pen,
{ROB1: 34, 35n., 81}
Most Exalted Pen, {KA: K17, K41, K179, Q106, n24}
of the Eternal King, {KA: Q105}
of Glory,
{KA: 91}
see also Trumpet
of His behest, {KA: K67}
of His command, {KA: K68}
of justice, {KA: K72}
of Revelation, {KA: K5, K58, K63}
of the Unseen, {ROB3: 389}
Supreme Pen,
{KA: n24}
{ROB1: 45, 133}
Possessor, {KA: K64, K167, 96, 99}
Powerful (All-, Most-), {KA: K40, K103, K120, K132, 98}
Prince of Peace, {ROB4: 268}
Prisoner (of 'Akká), {ROB3: 152, 153, 175, 271}
Promised One of All Ages,
{GL: 6, 9, 10, 12, 98, 102, 320}
{KA: K35, K88, n108, n153, n158, n160, n171, n185, n190}
{ROB3: 100, 169, 173, 263, 304}
{TOB: 182}
Bahá'u'lláh is return of The Báb, {TOB: 182, 185}
Bahá'u'lláh promised by God, {TOB: 115}
Former Religions,
Holy Books of, mention Bahá'u'lláh, {TOB: 47, 50, 107, 115, 231, 242, 248, 258}
previous Manifestations foretell coming of Bahá'u'lláh,
{ROB4: 228, 407, 413}
Báb prophesies, {TOB: 43, 53, 76-8, 89}
Christ glorified by, {TOB: 11, 12, 14}
Christ testified of, {TOB: 11, 103}
Christ's return, {TOB: 9-11}
Moses testified of, {TOB: 103}
Muhammad testified of, {TOB: 103, 214}
prophesied in Scriptures, {GL: 5, 11, 13, 16, 22, 39, 40, 43, 98, 102, 118, 163, 211, 244, 314, 344}
see also Bahá'u'lláh/His Revelation/The Báb
Inaugurator of long-awaited millennium, {GPB: 93}
prophecies alluding to,
{ROB2: 2}
{ROB3: 15-16, 21, 65}
{ROB4: 156-7, 193, 225}
fulfillment,
{GL: 58}
{KA: K35, K80, n160}
{TOB: 9-15, 78, 117-19, 182}
fifth Buddha, {GPB: 94}
God pledged to send, {TOB: 115}
of scriptural prophecies, {GPB: 94-97}
of Christian prophecy,
{GPB: 210}
of Gospel, {ESW: 60}
of promises, {KA: K156}
prophecy of the Báb, {GPB: 138}
prophecy in Holy Land, {GPB: 183, 184}
reincarnation of Krishna, {GPB: 94}
see also Religion(s), Progressive Revelation
of Jeremiah, prophecies of, {ESW: 144}
of Joel, {ESW: 143}
of Isaiah,
{ESW: 144, 146}
{GL: 13}
{GPB: 94, 210, 348}
{KA: 12 {ROB1: 305}
{ROB3: 15, 120, 445}
{ROB4: 43, 228, 267-8, 355, 359, 361, 408, 413}
Sinai glorifies, {TOB: 15}
references,
in Apocalypse to,
{GPB: 95}
{KA: 12}
in Bayán to, {GPB: 67}
in Bhagavad-Gita to, {GPB: 95}
of Buddha to, {GPB: 95}
of Daniel to,
{GPB: 95}
{ROB4: 154, 433}
prophecy of "Abomination of desolation," {GPB: 110, 151}
prophecy of message of salvation, {GPB: 110}
of David to,
{GPB: 95}
{ROB3: 15, 16}
{TOB: 145}
King David, {KA: n114}
Throne of, {GPB: 230}
of Ezekiel to,
{GPB: 95}
{ROB3: 16}
of Haggai to, {GPB: 95}
of Jesus to, {GPB: 95}
of Muhammad to, {GPB: 96}
of St. John the Divine to,
prophesied two Manifestations / revelations, {GPB: 92}
revelation fulfilled, {GPB: 53}
of St. Paul, refers to advent of Bahá'u'lláh, {GPB: 96}
of St. Peter, see Peter, St.
of Zachariah to,
{GPB: 95}
{ROB3: 133}
of Zoroaster to, {GPB: 95}
Protector, {KA: K39, K78, K84, K100, K109, K167, K172, K184, 92}
Reckoner, {KA: K123}
Redeemer of Mankind,
{GPB: 93}
{KA: 13}
Revealer of verses, {KA: K8, K36, K146}
Revealer of Signs, {KA: K42}
Self-Subsisting, {KA: K41, K78, K82, K100, K149, K168, K175, K180, 92, 100, 101}
Self-Sufficient, {KA: K61, K182}
Shaykh Muhammad, {ROB3: 65}
Source of
Command, {KA: K6}
Divine inspiration, {KA: K1}
Revelation, {KA: K82}
Sovereign of Eternity, {KA: K96}
Summoner, {KA: n158}
Sun of Truth
{KA: K6, n8}
and Utterance, {KA: K6}
Supreme,
{KA: K81, K109, K128, K129, K137, K180, n24}
Supreme Manifestation of God,
{ROB1: 10, 95, 117, 125, 295-6, 301}
{ROB3: 48, 59, 87, 108, 128, 144, 227, 304, 373, 387, 404}
{ROB4: 135, 136-9, 147, 268, 374, 406-9}
Bahá'u'lláh's station transcends Manifestations of God, {TOB: 74-5, 248}
Supreme Mediator, praise of as {ROB4: 369}
Supreme Ruler, invocation, {KA: K132, Q101, Q102}
Tongue of Grandeur,
{ROB1: 42}
{ROB3: 71, 110, 160, 229, 276}
Treasured Symbol, {KA: 96}
True One, {KA: K33, K36, K71, K73, K80, K120, K166, K168, K176, Q94, Q106, n160}
Trumpet,
{GL: 31, 40, 43, 44}
blasts,
{GPB: 33}
{ROB1: 45, 109 and n.}
{TOB: 3, 61, 104, 118, 131, 244}
is Pen of Glory,
{TOB: 3, 61}
see also Pen
mankind swoons before, {TOB: 61, 104}
Unconstrained, {KA: K54, K131, K166}
Unifier, {KA: 13}
Universe
Fashioner of, {KA: K167}
Ruler of, {KA: n23}
Unrestrained, {KA: K6, K18}
Unseen, {KA: K30}
Vicegerent of God, {KA: K167, n181}
Word of Truth, {GL: 316}
Wronged One (of the World), {ROB3: 112, 220, 221, 231}
see also Apostle(s) of Bahá'u'lláh, Persia
Bákú, Bahá'í pilgrims visit, {GPB: 302}
Bálá-Sarí, explanation of the term, {DBNN: 84}
Balál, {GL: 83}
Balance,
{GL: 40, 136, 198, 236, 281, 292}
{TOB: 118, 237, 255}
Balfour, Lord, orders protection of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, {GPB: 306}
Bali, {ROB4: 183}
Balkh, {ROB4: 183}
Balúchistán, Spiritual Assembly in, {GPB: 336}
Bandar-i-Abbás, {ROB3: 384-5}
Báqir, Mullá (the imám of the Chinár-Súkhtih), {DBNN: 476}
Barber, {ROB3: 19}
Bárfurúsh,
{DBNN: 183, 261, 336, 339, 408}
Sa'idu'l-'Ulamá (the chief divine of Bárfurúsh), {DBNN: 265, 266, 358}
Barq, the donkey, {ROB4: 105}
Basír-i-Hindí, Siyyid (converted to the faith by Shaykh Sa'id-i-Hindí in India), {DBNN: 588 (note 6)}
Bastinado,
{ROB3: 68, 189 and n.}
{ROB4: 6, 148, 307-8, 389}
Battles, spiritual, {ROB3: 51}
Bavánát, {ROB4: 326}
Beirut, 'Land of Bá',
{KA: n192}
{ROB4: 52, 330}
{TOB: 227 and n.}
'Abdu'l-Bahá's visit to,
{GPB: 193}
{ROB4: 239-40}
{TOB: 227-8}
protection of pilgrims in, {GPB: 195}
University of, {ROB4: 31}
see also Lawh-i-Ard-i-Bá
Belief,
{ROB3: 35-6}
see also Recognition, Disbelief
Bentwitch, Prof. Norman, testifies to power of the Faith, {GPB: 375}
Berlin,