• Trinidad and Tobago Representation at the Regional Conference in Managua, Nicaragua

    January 2009

    First Row (front) L-R: Daren Johnson, Carolyn Johnson, Hyatali Ali, Shivani Maharaj

    Second Row L-R: ?, Phillipa Greenidge, Rinette Ramdhanie, Joseph Bunsee, Ann Marie Ramsahai, Tally Mohammed, Ganesh Ramsahai, Kathleen Farabi

    Third Row L-R: Tamara Nunes, Vincent Ramdhanie, ?, Kathryn Anderson, Hamid Farabi

    Fourth Row (top) L-R: Gregory Martin, Ruhiyyih Farabi, Ashmeed Edoo

    Missing from this picture: Bella Edoo

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Bahá'í Faith is the second most widespread of the world's independent religions

According to the Encyclopedia Britanica book of the year 1992-present, the Bahá'í Faith is the second most widespread of the world's independent religions and is established in 235 countries...

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Baha'i's Aim to Eliminate Prejudice

  For more than a century, Bahá'í communities around the globe have been working to break down barriers of prejudice between peoples and have collaborated with other like-minded groups to...

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Baha'u'llah's Teachings

Bahá'u'lláh taught that there is one God Who progressively reveals His Will to humanity. Each of the great religions brought by the Messengers of God - Moses, Krishna, Buddha, Zoroaster,...

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Caverly Says Goodbye in National News
Caverly Says Goodbye
Below is an article written by Freddie Kissoon of the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday newspapers on Saturday June 5th, 2010 about our dearly loved Bahai friend and latest caretaker of the National Bahai Centre in Port of
The Elimination of Violence Against  Women - A Bahá'í View
November 2007 The Elimination of Violence Against Women - A Bahá'í View From The Media Committee November 25th has been designated as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against
The Advancement of Women – A Bahá’í Perspective
February 2007 The Advancement of Women – A Bahá’í Perspective From The Media Committee Every year on March 8th the United Nations International Day for Women is celebrated all over the

 

 
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