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|1904 (In the year)
||The publication of Kitáb-i-Íqán (The Book of Certitude) by the Bahá'í Publishing Society in Chicago. It had been translated by Ali Kuli Khan with animation by Howard McNutt. This was the earliest translation into English of this book. [BEL1.12]
A second edition was published in 1907 and a third in 1915. [BEL1.13, 1.14]
THE BOOK OF IGHAN.
||Chicago; United States
||KitabiIqan; THE BOOK OF IGHAN; Ali Kuli Khan; Howard McNutt; Z****
|1906 (In the year)
||The first translation of The Seven Valleys into English was done Ali Kuli Khan and reprinted frequently by the Bahá'í Publishing Committee. A revised translation done by him and his daughter, Marzieh Gail, in 1945. An introduction was added in 1952. [BEL1.114; About the Seven Valleys and the Four Valleys; RG48]
The original, The Seven Valleys Revealed by Baha'u'llah at Baghdad, in answer to Questions Asked by Sheik Abdur Rahman, a Great Mohammedan, Mystic Sufi Leader.
||Bahaullah, Writings of; The Seven Valleys; Ali Kuli Khan; Marzieh Gail; Z****
|1936 (In the year)
||The Seven Valleys was published in revised translation by Ali Kuli Khan by the US Bahá'í Publishing Committee. A later revision by Khan and Marzieh Gail was published in 1945. [BEL1.113; About the Seven Valleys and the Four Valleys; BEL1.114]
In 1968 the US Bahá'í Publishing Trust bundled it with another allegorical treaties that was revealed in the late Baghdad period, under the title The Seven Valleys And the Four Valleys. It had several reprints until 1984. [BEL1.114, 1.115, 1.116, 1.117]
These two works were part of the publication Call of the Divine Beloved published in 2019.
||The Seven Valleys And the Four Valleys; Ali Kuli Khan; Marzieh Gail; Call of the Divine Beloved; Z****