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Ayyam-i-Ha

  • Ayyam-i-Ha is a Baha’i festival that is joyously celebrated in countries and territories all over the world. It is a time of hospitality, generosity, and caring for the needy. This year Ayyam-i-Ha runs from February 26-29.
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“Mi Dios, mi Adorado (My God, My Adored One)” by Mayca & Enrique

“Oh Tú, buen Dios (O Thou Kind God)” by Alicia Perdu

“Una lengua amable (A Kindly Tongue)” by Violette, Leonora, Maísha & Laura

Mi Belleza | My Beauty (feat. Shangó Dely) – Ali Youssefi

Lo que hacemos en el Balcón del Valle (What We do in Balcón del Valle – Ecuador)

Higher Grounds – DO’A

“Ayuda a tus Amados (Help Your Loved Ones)” by Sasha Bayan & Sam Suggs

“Burst Thy Cage” by Vaimoana & Felipe

“Maravillosa Vision (Wondrous Vision)” by Carlos Medina

Waves of One Sea – Elika Mahony (A Global Singalong)

“Oh Hijo de la Justicia (O Son of Justice)” by Eduardo & Omid

“Como el Fuego (As the Fire)”: A Song in Spanish by Ali Youssefi

“Refresca (Refresh)” by Alex Vedovi

La Nueva Primavera (The New Spring) – A Song by Friends in South America

“Haz Radiante (Make Radiant)” by the Choir of the Baha’i Temple of South America

“Hay un Signo (There is a Sign)” by Sofia Acevedo

“Curación (Healing)” by Arrayanes

El Punto Primordial (The Great Announcement) – European Baha’i Choral Festival 2019

“Los Amados del Señor (Beloved of the Lord)” by the Choir of the Baha’i Temple of South America

“Thy Heart is My Home (Tu corazón es Mi morada)” by Oisin Devine

“Everlasting Beauty (La Belleza Sempiterna)” by Shirin Esmaeili

“Remover of Difficulties” by Ladjamaya

La cumbia del jardinero: A Song from the Dedication of the Baha’i Temple in Colombia

Pedrito: A Baha’i-Inspired Song in Spanish About Moral Dilemmas

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