Millions of Bahá’ís in communities all across the world are commemorating the hundredth anniversary of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s passing. Amidst this unification of hearts and thoughts towards the remembrance of the beloved Master, Houses of Worship emerged as focal points of the commemorations.
The Baha’i House of Worship, New Delhi, observed this auspicious occasion beautifully.
A night view of the House of Worship, known as the “Lotus Temple” because of its design inspired by a lotus flower.
The centenary program at the House of Worship included devotions and readings of passages from the Bahá’í writings.
A formal program preceded the special prayers offered in the main edifice. People’s thoughts and hearts converged and were connected in their love and immeasurable admiration for one Whom they turn to as the perfect example of love for humankind and of selfless service to society.
A choir performs as part of the formal commemoration program.
Beautiful prayers were chanted in unison.