Baha'i Faith

Are there any holidays in the Baha'i faith?

Yes, specifically there are nine days during which work should be avoided: New year Three holidays related with the Declaration of Bahá'u'lláh The Declaration of the Báb Bahá'u'lláh's birthday The Báb's birthday The ascension (death) of Bahá'u'lláh The ascension of the Báb

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Baha'i holidays in 2008?

Baha'i holidays don't change from year to year. Holidays celebrated in 2008: Intercalary Days (Ayyam-i-Ha) - February 26 to March 1 Baha'i New Year (Naw Ruz) - March 21 First Day of Ridvan - April 21 Ninth Day of Ridvan - April 29 Twelfth Day of Ridvan - May 2 Baha'i holy days were commemorated: ...

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Can you celebrate naw ruz on separate day?

Celebrating the Baha'i New Year (Naw Ruz) on a different day would be like celebrating the Christian calendar's New Year (January 1) on a different day. You could do it but it just wouldn't be the same, losing some of that mutually shared enjoyment with others.

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What celebrations do bahai celebrate?

The Baha'i calendar has nineteen months, each consisting of nineteen days, and each named for one of the attributes of God. The Baha'i year begins on Naw Ruz (lit. New Year), March 21, the first day of spring each year. Ayyam'i-Ha are the four intercalary days that immediately precede the 19-day ...

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