Redesigned to coordinate with our Bicentenary materials, this flag, proclaiming the Names and Station of Baha’u’llah, can be used to decorate your home, Baha’i Center or literature display year-round.
Now 24×32″ they are big enough to attract attention, but not so big they overpower a room. They have a wide pocket hem at the top and a narrower one at the bottom to put a dowel rod or curtain rod through for hanging.
The Names of Bahá’u’lláh flag is inspired by the “Names of Christ” posters that you may have seen in Christian homes and businesses. The sky blue background is like adding a window to your wall, while the Names inspire reverence and an appreciation of Bahá’u’lláh’s place in religious history. I obviously couldn’t include all of them in one poster and keep it readable from a distance, so I asked friends to share their favorites. The ones I chose are:
The Manifestation of God for Today
The Return of the Spirit of Christ
The Day-Star of the Universe
The Pen of the Most High
The Speaker on Sinai
The Blessed Beauty
The King of Kings
The Fifth Buddha
The Most Great Name
The Desire of the Nations
The Founder of the Bahá’í Faith
The Glory of God
These should spark some interest from a wide variety of people, especially if you hang it behind a literature table. It was actually designed with this use in mind as well. The blue sky and cloud design is based on the cover of our popular booklet “Tell Me about Bahá’u’lláh” and matching teaching cards, so people who are intrigued by it at a literature table will be drawn to the appropriate literature.
Satin fabric has a beautiful sheen. You will want to iron it before use on the reverse side using the lowest setting that creates steam.
Note: the original version included a plastic rod and string for hanging. By removing these, I’ve been able to lower the price and allow for international shipping.
This image is also available for digital download so you can use it on local invitations.
Design by Justice St Rain