- 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.
Here is a breath-taking aerial video of the Shrine of the Bab, located in Haifa, Israel, illumined at night. This video was published by the Baha’i World Centre on the occasion of the bicentenary anniversary of the Birth of the Bab, Prophet-herald of the Baha’i Faith.
This isn’t the first time the Baha’i World Centre has released aerial footage of this sacred and holy place in honour of the bicentenary of the Bab’s Birth: five new video clips of aerial footage of the Shrine of the Bab were recently been added to the Baha’i Media Bank.
The Baha’i Media Bank is an official website of the Baha’i World Centre, and it’s a great place to find a wide range of photographs relating to things like Baha’i history, holy places, events and activities.
Four of the five video clips of aerial footage show the Shrine of the Bab at different angles, while the fifth video clip is a montage of some of these four clips edited together.
1. Aerial footage #1 of the Shrine of the Bab.
2. Aerial footage #2 of the Shrine of the Bab.
3. Aerial footage #3 of the Shrine of the Bab.
4. Aerial footage #4 of the Shrine of the Bab.
5. Aerial footage compilation of the Shrine of the Bab.
General photographs of the Shrine of the Bab (including the aerial footage) can be found on this page: Buildings & Places – Haifa Area: Shrine of the Bab and Terraces
You can find more information on how the bicentenary was celebrated around the world on the following websites and social media platforms:
- Official website: www.bicentenary.bahai.org
- The Baha’i World News Service: bwns.org
- YouTube: youtube.com/thebahaifaith
- Instagram: @twinbirthdays
- Facebook: facebook.com/twinbirthdays
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