A very detailed and significant article about the Badí’ Calendar, this section repeatedly appeared in The Bahá’í World volumes from 1930 onward and details much of the framework of the calendar.
A guide to all the significant Bahá’í dates through to the year 221 B.E. (to 2064) including the calculated dates of Naw-
A collection of short features about the Badí’ calendar that have been shared on the Facebook page.
the following articles and documents offer even more insights into the Badí’ Calendar
The letter from the Universal House of Justice to the Bahá’ís of the World, dated 10 July 2014, announcing the Implementation of the Badí' Calendar from this year and the decisions required to make that possible.
A Wondrous New Day, by Robin Mihrshahi, takes a fascinating look at the significance of various aspects of the calendar, including origins and numerology. Written before the July 2014 clarifications.
An article by Ali Nakhjavani about the 10 July 2014 announcement of the Universal House of Justice (above). The article also looks at the Ninth Váḥid and how teaching the Cause has changed during it.
A guide to the Bahá’í system of transliteration for Arabic and Persian names with approximate pronunciation guides for each letter.
A presentation prepared for Riḍván which includes a fluid dialogue on the astronomical significance of 19 year cycles and the way in which each Váḥid to date has represented a significant chapter in Bahá’í history.
A free information sheet with information taken from the Key Facts page. This sheet was sent out with the 172 B.E. calendars, for 173 B.E. some of the information provided here has been printed inside the cover.
A selection of extracts and prayers from the Bahá'í Writings compiled by the Research Department The Universal House of Justice in the year 2000 / 157.
A letter from the Universal House of Justice confirming that for the Twin Festivals of the Birth of the Báb and the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh, Bahá’ís should refrain from work and gather together on both days.
A recently released compilation of Bahá’u’lláh’s Writings relating to the hloly days, from the Bahá’í Reference Library, copyright © Bahá'í International Community
The Badí’ calendar months are named after attributes of God that all appear in an Islamic dawn prayer revealed for Ramadan. Here that dawn prayer is provisionally translated and introduced by Dr. Stephen N. Lambden.