Welcome to the Bahá’í Recollections

Welcome to the Bahá’í Recollections

The Bahá’í  Recollections features collection of stories of individual Bahá’ís. This is a personal initiative site developed to enable the  believers to freely post their inspiring stories  for the purpose of inspiring the current generation of readers, apart from preserving for posterity their own stories.

The stories that appear here are the personal recollections by those who have posted them. It would not be possible for the team to stand for the authenticity, accuracy or completeness of stories that are posted, even after some editorial review. The contributors would be aware that their postings would be read by all visitors to the site, inviting comments and appreciations. The contributors may be allowed to send in updated versions of their postings at a later stage. We encourage the accompaniment of relevant photographs as well.

Postings will be done on a monthly  basis. If you would like to receive a notification please subscribe using the links to the right.

We earnestly encourage the believers to write on how they discovered the Faith and served the Cause, adding any interesting anecdotes or moving moments in their Bahá’í lives.  Each can easily contribute, however small the article may be. The team reserves the right to publish articles submitted by contributors. It is understood that contributors have read the  TERMS before posting.

It is hoped this site would evolve to become a great platform for both the contributors and readers to gain a  deeper understanding and appreciation of each other, thereby fostering cementing of their hearts.

Posted here are some stories to inspire the readers, and to encourage others to contribute.   Please contact info@bahairecollections.com and the TEAM  will help you to get started.

11 thoughts on “Welcome to the Bahá’í Recollections

  1. Dear Team Members,

    Posterity will thank you for this splendid effort. The Faith passes through various stages. The present generation might not be aware of the sacrifices of the earlier generations. This blog is already proving them with a rich source of information on the early believers across the world.

  2. Dear Mani and the team members who have started this fantastic space to share recollections of personal Bahàì life, my salutations and appreciations. Indeed this would become a voluminous record of personal recollections of anecdotes, encounters, vignettes and experiences of individuals in their journey of life as Bahà’is. May these personal recollections be a source of inspiration to the present and future generation of Baháis.

    Kantha Kumar Ramasamy

  3. Dear Mr. Manisegaran, I am so thrilled that you and your team have started this fantastic page from which many believers can be inspired and benefit from its contents. Our Malaysian Baha’i community is unique with a rich history. Hundreds of stories that were kept in the hearts of the elder Baha’is have been permanently taken to the graves with their passing. This page now provides a portal where those stories still preserved in the minds of living Baha’is can be shared with both young and old. As the younger believers read the recollections of their elders, they would feel inspired. I look forward to reading more recollections and stories from the various friends from Malaysia and abroad.

  4. Dear Team Members of the Baha’i Recollections. I am unable to find adequate words to express my sincere appreciations for all the work you are painstakingly undertaking to place on record sweet and interesting recollections from Bahais. These stories and recollections are sure to help motivate and inspire multitudes of readers like me. It is only through these stories that I was able to gain for the first time deeper details of my closest friends, hitherto unknown to me. I pray to God to grant the Team all the strength and energy that may be needed to build up this blog further to motivate thousands of friends across the globe.
    Thank you.
    Kunja Balan

  5. Dear Team Members,
    I had been reading stories in this blog from Ethiopia in Africa. You are indeed undertaking a Herculean task by collecting and publishing stories that inspire the heart. You are rightly utilizing the God-given technologies for glorifying the Cause of the Blessed Beauty. Such documentation will serve the coming generations in some useful ways. Under normal circumstances it is practically impossible for the contributors of stories and the readers to meet each other. The Team has created a perfect platform for all to meet and interact. My sincere prayers are with the Team to take this to a greater pedestal in the coming years ahead.
    Dr. Kannan Ambalam

  6. Dear Team Members,
    I must thank the team of the Baha’i Recollections blog most sincerely.
    I am new to the blog and am so inspired to read so many stories, each bringing so much inspiration and opening up old and fondest memories. It is from this blog that we are able to read about the life and achievements of so many people- especially people whom we did not know anything about. They give us so much inspiration and guidance for the kind of Baha’i life we must emulate. And some of the rare photographs are living testimonies to some of the events, that are brought back to life. Historical events seem to be re-screened right in front or me. Please don’t stop posting write ups and chronicles on this popular blog. You can be sure I will be the first to read them.
    What you have done is most admirable and much appreciated. May Bahaullah shower good health and a clear mind on you for many, many more years to come.

    Lily Chinniah
    Kuala Lumpur

  7. I wish to thank you dear Manisegaran for taking every effort to rekindle the spirit of those days and preserving the history of the Faith not only in Malaysia but also South East Asia. It is also heartening to see stories contributed by believers from several parts of the world.

    Dr. Vasudevan and Sitarih

  8. Dear Mani
    I wish I could thank you personally for what you are doing. You are rekindling the spirit of the early days through your blog and your God-given writing talents. I personally look forward with all eagerness for your forthcoming postings.

    Lily Chinniah.
    Kuala Lumpur

  9. Dear Mani
    I would like to express my thanks to you for the many excellent, informative and inspiring stories that decorate this blog. I like to place on record my sincere appreciations for the devoted and committed work you are doing in running, managing and uploading wonderful stories in the Baha’i Recollections blog. I know it is a full time and painful job. But remember the results your work produce in preserving the history of the Faith we all love and serve. I am one of the thousands around the world inspired by each of your postings.
    Please continue your great work in keeping the history of the Faith alive.

    Firaydun Mithaq
    Chieng Mai

  10. Dear Team Members of the Bahai Recollections Blog,
    The services of the blog are to be commended in creating this space for the stories of the Faith to be shared with all, as a means of inspiring us on our individual paths of service to Baha’u’llah.

    Warm regards,
    Debbie Kirton

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