The religion of the Bah’ai began around 1844 in Iran. Siyyid Ali Muhammad Shirazi, the prophet Bab, tried to spread his beliefs but faced opposition from the Shia clergy and was unfortunately executed. Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri Baha’u’llah continued in the same direction but was deported to Akko prison belonging to the Ottoman Empire. Over the years, religion has spread to Europe and North America, and then to the rest of the world.
Five million people in the world are followers of the Baha’i faith today.
The gardens of Bahai are of great beauty and have meticulously carved to perfection and impregnated us with devotion to Bahai faith. These Bah’ai gardens are located on the northern coast of Israel in the city of Akko. These are beautiful gardens draws in circular form surrounding the historic resting place of Baha’u’llah. In the center of this sumptuous vegetation we find the house where Baha’u’llah spent his last days and the sanctuary where his remains were placed. It is one of the two holiest sites associated with the founders of the Bahai religion.
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Image Gallery from Bah’ai (Akko)