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The Birth of the Bab

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Born in Shiraz, Iran on 20 October 1819, Siyyid Ali-Muhammad would become known to the world as the Bab (meaning “the Gate” in Arabic). The Bab was the symbolic gate; it was His mission to herald the coming of this promised Manifestation of God whom we know to be Baha’u’llah. In the Baha’i calendar, the Birth of the Bab and the Birth of Baha’u’llah are celebrated one after the other in one festival referred to as the “Twin Holy Days”.

The Martyrdom of the Bab

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On July 9th 1850, the Bab, the forerunner to Baha’u’llah, was executed in Tabriz, Persia by a firing squad of 750 men. The Bab, which means “the Gate” in Arabic, was a Messenger of God whose role was to herald the coming of the latest Manifestation of God: Baha’u’llah. In 1909, after being hidden away for more than half a century, the Bab’s remains were finally interred on Mount Carmel, Israel.

The Declaration of the Bab

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On a spring evening on May 22rd, 1844, Siyyid Ali-Muhammad announced that He was the bearer of a Divine Revelation whose aim was to prepare the world for “Him Whom God Shall Make Manifest,” a Messenger of God known as Baha’u’llah. Baha’is refer to Siyyid Ali-Muhammad by His title, the Bab, which is Arabic for “the Gate,” and that eventful evening is celebrated every year by Baha’is around the world.

30 Baha’i Blog Studio Sessions Based on the Writings of the Bab

September 16, 2019, in Articles > Music, by

In honor of the bicentenary anniversary of the Birth of the Bab, Prophet-herald of the Baha’i Faith, we thought we’d showcase all of our Baha’i Blog Studio Sessions whose lyrics are based on His Writings. To date, we’ve shared 30 songs! You’ll find them listed below, in no particular order.

You can find out more about Studio Session here, watch the Baha’i Blog Studio Sessions series here on our YouTube Channel, and listen to and download the songs from our Soundcloud playlist.

You can find out more about the Bab here, and read selections from the Writings of the Bab here.

We hope highlighting these 30 songs in this manner helps you prepare for this joyous and momentous Holy Day!

1. “No One But Thee” by Calla Kinglit

2. “I Adjure Thee” by Shadi, Hoda & Leif

3. “Vaikeuksien Poistaja” by Alda, Elina & Annika

4. “Unto Thee I Repair for Refuge” by Rosalynd & Pascal

5. “O God My God” by Gary Sterling

6. “Is There Any Remover” by The Licata Brothers

7. “Say God Sufficeth” by Tom Francis

8. “I Adjure Thee by Thy Might” by David Khavari

9. “God Sufficeth” by Beeta Vahdat

10. “O Dieu, Mon Dieu (O God my God)” by Mona, Dibo & Nachidah

11. “Trust in Thee” by Shaun Gould

12. “Refuge” by Elina Kuitunen

13. “The Gate of God” by Naim Z, Naim S & Negin

14. “Gott Genügt (God Sufficeth)” by Colin Shoemaker

15. “Remover of Difficulties” by Ladjamaya

16. “The Bab” by Naim Z, Naim S & Negin

17. “Du vertreibst alle Qual (Remover of Every Anguish)” by Omid & Ariella

18. “Forgiveness Prayer” by Louis & Eleonore

19. “Remover of Difficulties” by Brianna Butler

20. “Say God Sufficeth” by Bill Groetzinger

21. “Arise” by Ethan Crofts

22. “Repair for Refuge” by David Khavari

23. “Dis Dieu suffit (Say God Sufficeth)” by Edelo & Emma

24. “कठिनाइयों को दूर करने वाला (Remover of Difficulties)” by Bhojraj Parmar

25. “Guide My Steps” by Zakiya Johnson

26. “I Am the Promised One” by Carl Brehmer

27. “Qui hormis Dieu” by Mathieu

28. “I Adjure Thee” by Nahal & Bakang

29. “I Repair for Refuge” by Dominique Sylvester

30. “Is There Any Remover” by Isis, Sheida & Sama

We hope you enjoy our Studio Sessions series and find this list useful.

We publish at least one new Baha’i Blog Studio Session every week, so if you haven’t already, make sure you subscribe to Baha’i Blog’s YouTube channel for updates!

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Sonjel Vreeland

In her innermost heart, Sonjel is a stay-at-home parent and a bookworm with a maxed out library card but professionally she is a museologist with a background in English Literature. She currently lives on Prince Edward Island, an isle in the shape of a smile on the eastern Canadian coast. Sonjel is a writer who loves to listen to jazz when she's driving at night.
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