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Windows to the Past

Dr. Darius Shahrokh (1931-2005)

1. 1 - A Guide to Pronunciation part 1
2. 2 - A Guide to Pronunciation part 2
3. 3 - Ahmad: The Flame of Fire
4. 4 - Mirza Abu'l-Fadl: The Greatest Scholar
5. 5 - Basics of the Baha'i Faith part 1
6. 6 - Basics of the Baha'i Faith part 2
7. 7 - History of Baha'u'llah/Uniqueness of Baha'i Faith
8. 8 - A-Station of Baha'u'llah
9. 9 - Abdul-Baha: The Mystery of God
10. 10 - History of the Bab part 1
11. 11 - History of the Bab part 2
12. 12 - A Glimpse of Glory
13. 13 - Significance of the Kitab-i-Aqdas part 1
14. 14 - Significance of the Kitab-i-Aqdas part 2
15. 15 - Tahirih/Khadijih Bagum
16. 16 - Mulla Rida: The Indestructible
17. 17 - Obedience
18. 18 - Varqa and Son: The Heavenly Doves
19. 19 - The Covenant part 1
20. 20 - The Covenant part 2
21. 21 - Shoghi Effendi: The Sign of God part 1
22. 22 - Shoghi Effendi: The Sign of God part 2
23. 23 - Fadl-i-Qa'ini The Tamed Phoenix
24. 24 - Fadl-i-Shirazi: Guided By Dreams
25. 25 - The Mystery of Martyrdom
26. 26 - Some Early Believers In the West part 1
27. 27 - Some Early Believers In the West part 2
28. 28 - An Explanation About The Book of Certitude and The Hidden Words part 1
29. 29 - An Explanation About The Book of Certitude and The Hidden Words part 2
30. 30 - Mulla Husayn: The Indomitable part 1
31. 31 - Mulla Husayn: The Indomitable part 2
32. 32 - Zoroaster: Baha'u'llah's Ancestor
33. 33 - Shaykh Hasan-i-Zunuzi: Promises Fulfilled
34. 34 - Baha'i Holy Days part 1
35. 35 - Baha'i Holy Days part 2

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Summary

In 1992, Dr. Darius Shahrokh, a retired physician-surgeon, recorded some deepening talks upon the insistence of friends in his Bahá’í Community. Each program in this series is the result of months of study of resources in both English and Persian. Some consider Windows to the Past to be stories, but it should be remembered that the stories are not intended to be entertainment, but to inform, elucidate, and inspire the listener. The programs have relevant stories purposefully placed to lighten the concentration or emphasize a point.Windows to the Past has been praised by listeners who state that the series is packed with information and inspiration and presented in a style that holds attention.