Rahmat (رحمة) is the sixth month of the Bahá'í calendar. As with all months in this calendar, it is nineteen days long, and always corresponds to 24 June to 12 July in the Gregorian calendar.

The name Rahmat means mercy, The most important day during this month is 16 Rahmat, or 9 July, which is the commemoration of the Martyrdom of the Báb.

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