BahaIQ is centered around a full-featured Baha'i search engine built on Google Enterprise technology. It is a finely tuned, hand-curated subset of the Google database. This allows BaháIQ to use the power of Google technology to find the best and most relevant search results for Baha'i related searches, without any of the clutter.
If you would like to suggest a website to add or remove, please use the Suggestion Form.
This calendar originally launched on TheBahaiCalendar.org and is intended to simplify transition between the Gregorian and Baha'i calendars. Holy Days are included, as well as descriptions of the months and days, along with translations where available.
The calendar integrates with Google's calendar function as well as any other calendaring software that works with the iCal standard, supporting both import and export and allowing a community sharing feature as well. Printer support is offered to make creating your own Baha'i calendar a snap.
The Bahá'í vocabulary has many Arabic and Persian words that may be unfamiliar to non-native speakers and newcomers to the Bahá'í Faith. This glossary is designed to help Bahá'ís learn to pronounce these words according to the pronunciation guide established and promoted by Shoghí Effendí.
These sections offer aggregates of many different content feeds from across the web andfrom both official sources and the online Baha'i community. While this content is monitored, these sources often contain vast amounts of information, which makes them impossible to filter perectly. To report any inappropriate content you discover, or to request that a feed be added, please write to email@example.com
The books section is a digitized selection of elegantly typeset Baha'i ebooks available for both print and download published via the Scribd document API. These books are licensed under a universal republish license and have been made available in an attractive, flexible, and open format to read online. We are working to integrate cross-document search capabilities, but we currently have only limited capability.
Moderators will monitor the feeds in the news, images, video and community sections, making sure that no offensive, defamatory, or other content remains on BahaIQ by filing removal requests and/or removing it directly.
Moderators also help us locate new Baha'i and Baha'i-related websites and RSS feeds on the web and add them to include in the index. Moderators are extremely important to help make sure that BahaIQ has both the most and the best Baha'i content on the web.
We need someone (or several someones) to find the latest Baha'i websites and make sure that they are included in the BahaIQ index. This is done using Google and a simple web-based control panel. No programming experience is required, just a love and dedication to locating, indexing and cataloging ALL of the Baha'i websites on the internet. This role also incluedes finding and reporting bugs, issues, or inaccuracies within BahaIQ's own original content.
Yes. BahaIQ is 100% free... to you, but not to us. Because we're using commercial, enterprise-level technology to deliver BahaIQ's results, we pay a small annual fee to Google, which allows us to deliver a premium experience. However, we do not accept donations for this or any other product we provide. We offer this website as our service to the cause of Baha'u'llah and to the whole online Baha'i community.
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