Shoghi Effendi's letters to the Baha'is of India and Burma during the 1930s

Smith, Peter
May 2011
Baha'i Studies Review;2011, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p47
Academic Journal
A short review of Shoghi Effendi's published letters to the Baha'is of India and Burma during the 1930s. The article includes a survey of the main statistical, administrative, and teaching developments of the Burmese and Indian Baha'i communities during the period.


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