Do you want to find some new or juicy works of Baha’u’llah to read in your mornings and evenings?
Look no further than the “Translations Elsewhere” tables on my Windflower Translations website. The tables contain lists of English translations available on the Internet, with links to them and to YouTube readings of them (where available).
The list of translations is broken down into four tables because the number of translations available is extensive. The translations are listed alphabetically by English title, with the Arabic/Persian name in brackets. I have not included in the list scholarly translations, which are not suitable for general purpose reading. I have also not included many works found in official collections such as Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, which are readily available. My purpose here is to highlight translations that are not well known.
The list is broken down alphabetically into two tables: A-L and M-Z, excluding works beginning with “Tablet of/to/on…”. The other two tables list these works.
If you are looking for a tablet, and you don’t know where to find it, or you want something new, try searching for it in the tables.