Kapriel, a scribe living in the city of Shíráz, is a Christian Armenian, and his best friend, Rahma, is a Muslim farmer who lives next door. When Rahma hears of the Báb’s message of love, unity, and equality he asks Kapriel to promise that he will accompany him on a pilgrimage to see the Báb. The ensuing journey tests both men to their limits and transforms them both physically and spiritually.
Baha'i Publishing, USA
By Michael V. Day
The dramatic story of the establishment of the Shrine of the Báb, told here in detail for the first time.
George Ronald, Oxford
This simple, moving narrative recounts the events in the lives of the Bab and His followers, and illustrates the character of the Baha'i revelation by quoting passages from Baha'u'llah's Writings.
Translator: Edward G Browne
Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA
By: Hasan Balyuzi
A comprehensive biography of the Forerunner of the Bahá'í Faith by one of its foremost scholars.
"I am, I am, I am the Promised One! I am the One whose name you have for a thousand years invoked, at whose mention you have risen, whose advent you have longed to witness, and the hour of whose Revelation you have prayed to God to hasten." -The Bab
Author: William Sears
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing US