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There are 8 papers by Seddigh

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Comparative Study of Súriy-i-Sabr and Qayyúmu'l-Asmá, A: Clarification of References to Calf, Sámirí, Satan, and Idol Worshipers Foad Seddigh English 123 Lights15 This paper takes a closer look at Súriy-i-Sabr (Surih Sabr) - a significant Tablet which is sometimes referred to by other names, and was revealed on the first day of Ridvan 1863. In order to better understand the contents of this Tablet, the events in the life of Baha'u'llah during the last few weeks prior to his exile to Istanbul (Constantinop... read online  
Countenance of the Blessed Beauty in the Mirror of Mawlúd Tablets, The Foad Seddigh English - Lights19 read online  
Declaration of Bahá'u'lláh Gleaming through the Tablet of Patience Foad Seddigh English 121 This paper takes a closer look at Súriy-i-Sabr (Surih Sabr), to which references are made by other names. This Tablet of Baha'u'llah, which has been revealed on the first day of Ridvan 1863, and has great significance among the Writings of Baha'u'llah, is the subject of the study of this paper. In order to understand the contents of this Tab...  
Holy Places and Historic Sites Mentioned in Memorials of the Faithful Foad Seddigh English 135 Lights17 Memorials of the Faithful is not merely a book devoted to the hagiography of some believers and historical narrative of their lives, rather a depository of matchless beauty in Persian writing, an exquisite text of profound meaning, and a testimonial to the devotion to the Cause of God and the Covenant, of some believers among whom were low as well ... read online  
Look at the Imagery and Parables Used in the Persian Tablet of Ahmad, A Foad Seddigh English 135 The Persian Tablet of AhÌ£mad is neither a long Tablet by any standard nor is a short Tablet. It was revealed by Baha'u'llah in Adrianople in the second year of His sojourn in that city, and is addressed to a believer in the cause of the Bab, named AhÌ£mad from Kashan. AhÌ£mad was one of the four brothers who pursued life in four different di...  
Ode of the Nightingale (Qáá¹£ídíy-i-Varqá'íyyih), The: Its Significance and Similarities with Tá'íyyih Ibn-i-Fárid Foad Seddigh English 128 The Ode of the Nightingale (alternatively, The Ode of the Dove) is unique among the Writings of Baha'u'llah for a number of reasons. First, this Sacred Scripture is entirely in Arabic and in the form of poetry (qaá¹£idih). Second, it is among His earliest Writings after He was entrusted with His Mission in the Siyah-Chal (Black Pit). Third, it i...  
Provisional Translation of the Persian Tablet of Aḥmad and a Review of Its Contents Foad Seddigh English 130 The Persian Tablet of Aḥmad is one of the Tablets of Baha'u'llah revealed in Adrianople addressed to a person by the name Aḥmad who is a native of Kashan, a city in the Central Iran. It may not be regarded as a lengthy Tablet but it contains invaluable exhortations to its recipient, the people of the Bayan, as well as other people. The Gu...  
Significance of some Historical and Holy Places Cited in the Memorials of the Faithful Foad Seddigh English 132 "Memorial of the Faithful" is not merely a book devoted to the biography of some believers and historical narrative of their lives, rather a depository of matchless beauty in Persian writing, an exquisite text of profound meaning, and a testimonial to the devotion to the Cause of God and the Covenant, of some believers among whom were low as well a...