By Iskandar Hai

First presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #20
Louhelen Bahá'í School: Michigan, USA
October 9–12, 1998
(see list of papers from #20)

    Lawh-i-Sultán is the lengthiest of Bahá'u'lláh's addresses to Kings and Rulers of the earth. It was revealed in Adrianople and it was the only Tablet which was hand carried by a courier (Badí') to the Monarch of Iran in person. A brief biography of Aqá Buzurg-i-Khurasání (Badí') will be included. The full text of the Tablet as translated by Edward G. Browne of Cambridge University will be reviewed with occasional references to its original Persian/Arabic as warranted.

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