Ridvan (Baha’i) Ridvan commemorates 12 days that Baha’u’llah spent in the garden of Ridvan during his exile in Baghdad and also when he proclaimed himself as the one announced by the Bab. On the first, ninth and twelfth days of Ridvan work is suspended.
Jalal (Baha’i) Jalal is the second month o fthe Baha’i year. Jalal means glory.
Naw Raz (Baha’i) Naw Raz, New Year 168 BE of the Baha’i era. Baha’is feast and celebrate during the evening. The first month of the Baha’i year is Baha meaning Splendour.
‘Ala (Loftiness) (Baha’i) ‘Ala (Loftiness), 19th and final month, is the times of the 19-day-fast in pre-preparation for Naw Ruz. Those who are healthy and of age abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset.