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|1954 24 Jun
||Shápúr Rawhání and Ardishír Furúdí, Iranian residents of India, arrive in Bhutan by foot and are named Knights of Bahá’u’lláh. They spent about two months in Bhutan. However, circumstances did not permit them to remain longer in Bhutan and they had to return to India. [BW13:449]
- They are accompanied to the Bhutan border by the prime minister of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji.
- In about 1961 Dr. Anayat Soroosh Yaganagi, a Bahá'í of Zoroastrian background from Bangalore pioneered to Bhutan. See the brief history of his family and the development of the Faith in the country in "Bahá'í Recollections" written by one of his daughters, Geeti Yaganegi.
||Shapur Rawhani; Ardishir Furudi; Knights of Bahaullah
||The Spiritual Assembly of Phuntsholing town is formed. It is the first assembly of Bhutan. [Bahá'í Collections]
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