Fereidoun Abbasi [LAPSED]
Illustrated introduction to the Bahá’í Faith, with several prayers.
An interesting and diverse site including:
Bahá’í’s View of Disability,
Comparative Religion from a Bahá’í Perspective,
Persecutions of Bahá’ís in Iran,
health and healing (esp. complementary therapies), polio,
(which includes Moojan Momen's "Towards the New Millennium"), and much more.
Nicholas James Bridgewater
Note. Paul passed away November 2000. His site is reposted (with links updated), with permission, in memoriam.
"Nick’s Frequently Asked Questions about the Bahá’í Faith."
Mike Cleasby [lapsed]
Consists mainly of a streaming audio file which requires Real Player 10.5, which has to be purchased.
Rosie Clough (Rosie Clough’s Czech Experience)
Includes Photographs taken on Rosie’s "year out".
Khazeh Fananapazir (registered domain: http://fananapazir.tk/)
Parvaneh Farid (L'Atelier Papillon)
Music and visual arts, some of which are Bahá’í inspired. Includes several tracks of sung prayers and Hidden Words.
Seena Fazel (Bahá’í Studies Primer)
A selection of leading papers, some by the site owner himself, and useful links relevant to contemporary Bahá'í studies.
Includes some otherwise unpublished material.
Ken Finn [lapsed]
A family site with Bahá’í content, and links to communities in the English North-east.
David Renwick Grant (Life is an Adventure) [lapsed]
Author of "The Seven Year Hitch" and "Bahá'í Viking", David and his family were the first around the world by horse drawn caravan.
Not content with that, he then undertook a solo expedition, across the Baltic from south Sweden by sailing kayak to the Black Sea,
following the old Viking route by the Dvina and Dneiper rivers.
Artist and illustrator, Rob’s site includes links to several important
Bahá’í papers and
Bahá’u’lláh's Seven Valleys with Rob’s original illustrations.
James Herbert (Discover Bahá’u’lláh)
Includes nine pages of
Basic Facts on the Bahá’í Faith
(based on a nine pointed star) as well as a section on
John Hoyne [lapsed]
(including a gallery, music and poetry), a
and the on-line edition of
(the UK’s Bahá’í Youth magazine).
Sacred Space programmes and children's class lesson plans. Also 2 Bahá’í utilities for use with Word 97.
Patsie and Graham Jenkins
Dr Lambden's site includes a wealth of material, including provisional translations, papers, and other academic
materials covering Shaykhī, Bābī, Bahā’ī, Islamic, et al. studies. NB: It is recommended that you
download Arial Unicode (13MB) [revised link]
which is required to correctly display the contemporary transliteration characters used on this site.
Richard Leigh [lapsed]
Composer; Richard's music has been performed at recent Scarborough festivals as well as on Classic FM, etc.
[Note: Richar's old domain (~.com) has been hijacked by a German file-sharing group.]