Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys
Note: the most recent translation of the Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys is contained with The Call of the Divine Beloved.
Two works written in Baghdad after Bahá’u’lláh returned from Kurdistan in 1856. The Seven Valleys was revealed in reply to a letter from Shaykh Muhiyi’d-Din, the religious judge of Khaniqin, who was a Sufi. The Four Valleys was addressed to Shaykh ‘Abdu’r-Rahman, leader of the Qadiriyyih Sufi order, with whom Bahá’u’lláh had been in contact in Sulaymaniyyih.
Author: Bahá'u'lláh, 1856.
Translator: Marzieh Gail, in consultation with Ali-Kuli Khan.
Works by Marzieh Gail
Arches of the Years
Life in the Renaissance
Memorials of the Faithful (translator)
Persia and the Victorians
Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys (translator)