The Bahá’í Faith and the Holy Land
by Eunice Braun
and Hugh Chance
The story of the outstanding religious drama of our time with original drawings and photographs.
A Crown of Beauty is a unique portrayal in words, photographs and drawings of the outstanding religious drama of our time – the rise of the Bahá’í Faith, from its birth in Persia in 1844 amid violent persecutions, to its establishment today throughout the World. The story unfolds vividly through the lives and missions of the three central figures of the Faith – the Báb, Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá – and the great works of its Guardian, Shoghi Effendi. Its universal principles, and its goal of a peaceful, ordered world society are also explained.