The Book of Ighan

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The Book of Ighan  (1915) 
by Baha'u'llah, translated by Ali Kuli Khan

This is a translation of the “Preserved Tablet,” the “Expanded Parchment,” the Divine Charter, the Firman of the Merciful, that is, the Book of Ighan which hath emanated from the Supreme Pen and proceeded from the pure Lips of the “Blessed Beauty” (May my soul be a sacrifice to His Beloved Ones).

Abdul-Baha Abbas.
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