Published on Nov 13, 2017
A Baha'i temple, or House of Worship, is a place of prayer and meditation that is open to people of all beliefs, religions, cultures, colours and backgrounds. There are no sermons, rituals or clergy. Readings from the Baha'i writings and scriptures of other world religions are shared.
Each Temple is designed to be distinctive, and yet conforms to a set of architectural requirements that give a unifying theme. All Bahá'í Houses of Worship must have nine sides/entrances symbolizing the unity and oneness of the human race and religion.
"The earth is but one country and mankind its citizens" - Baha'u'llah
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