In Kyrgystan, a mountainous country in Central Asia, commemorations of the bicentenary of the birth of Bahá’u’lláh brought together many communities in a spirit of joy and celebration. In the capital city of Bishkek, a gathering was held at the American University of Central Asia that attracted some 300 guests who stayed to watch the film Light to the World, and participate in discussions about the Bahá’í teachings.
300 guests, curious to learn more about the life and teachings of Bahá’u’lláh, joined their friends in the central hall of the new campus of the American University of Central Asia. The programme included a viewing of the film Light to the World and an artistic presentation of a dance reflecting the unity of religions.
A work of art made of wool depicting the Mansion of Mazra'ih