Bahá'í Faith
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Central figures

The Báb · `Abdu'l-Bahá

Key scripture
Kitáb-i-Aqdas · Kitáb-i-Íqán

The Hidden Words
The Seven Valleys


Administrative Order
The Guardianship
Universal House of Justice
Spiritual Assemblies


Bahá'í history · Timeline
Bábís · Shaykh Ahmad

Notable individuals

Shoghi Effendi
Martha Root · Táhirih
Badí‘ · Apostles
Hands of the Cause

See also

Symbols · Laws
Teachings · Texts
Calendar · Divisions
Pilgrimage · Prayer

Index of Bahá'í Articles

Azamat (عظمة), meaning grandeur, is the fourth month in the Bahá'í calendar. As with all Bahá'í months, Azamat is nineteen days long. Its period is fixed in the Gregorian calendar to 17 May to 4 June. All days begin at sunset on the previous day.

Azamat includes the following notable days:

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