10 Beautiful Videos to Help you Celebrate Ridvan
Updated: Mar 20
10 Great Videos to Commemorate the King of Festivals, Ridvan
'Rejoice with exceeding gladness' is a song in six languages composed specially for the Baha'i Festival of Ridvan. Languages include: English, Swahili, German, Chinese, Spanish and French. It is intended to be sung by the whole community.
Tom Francis - Garden
Baha’i World Congress Choir & Orchestra
"The Garden of Ridvan" Dan Seals (solo) Conducted by Tom Price Music by Jim Seals and Jack Lenz
First day of Ridván Online Celebration from the Bahá’í House of Worship for North America
In years past, as part of its annual celebration of Ridvan, the “Most Great Festival,“ the Baha’i House of Worship in Wilmette, Illinois, hosted special devotional gatherings and musical programs for these Holy Days. The 12-day Festival of Ridvan is among the most significant observances in the Baha’i calendar.
This year, due to social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, the House of Worship is offering a new way of celebrating with what may be an even wider audience. The staff is working with volunteers who are videotaping themselves singing or saying selected prayers. These video clips will be edited together and shared online on these festive days.
Ezzatollah Rouhani Seissan
A tablet revealed by Baha'ullah During his stay in the garden of Ridvan. In 1863, in a garden on an island in the Tigris River, Baha'u'llah declared that He was the Promised One of all ages. He is the bearer of renewed teachings from God for our time. "Release yourselves, O nightingales of God, from the thorns and brambles of wretchedness and misery, and wing your flight to the rose-garden of unfading splendor...."
A Story of Ridvan
A video by Bre Vader celebrating the Baha'i festival of Ridvan, the "most holy festival" which communities around the world celebrate for 12 days each year.
Ridvan song in English - Rejoice with Exceeding Gladness.
Smith & Dragoman
Ridván by Smith & Dragoman on the album The Mystery.
In the Garden of Ridvan (Roses,Roses) Song
Baha'i children's song about the Garden of Ridvan where Baha'u'llah declared his message in 1863, published by The Baha'i Mummy.