Awesome Ayyam-i-Ha Ideas on Pinterest

Awesome Ayyam-i-Ha IdeasAyyam-i-Ha is coming up, and it’s important to make our holy days special. Luckily, there’s a lot of fun ideas out there online which can help us celebrate the intercalary days, and one of the places worth checking out online if you’re short of ideas or need some inspiration is Pinterest.

Pinterest is an online group board and it’s a great place for people to share their ideas, recipes, images, gifts and decorations for pretty much anything! Users not only submit (or rather ‘pin’) photos of what interests them onto their pinboards, but they can browse other pinboards and ‘re-pin’ the photos to their own page.

A few Baha’is have uploaded their own Ayyam-i-Ha ideas to their pin-boards which are really worth checking out, so here are some examples:

If you want more ideas, then check out these pinboards:

Candace Hill

Leila Gates-Wai

Karen Johnson

Anekha Victoire-Peverill

Anita Walsh

So we hope these ideas on Pinterest help you with your Ayyam-i-Ha celebrations, and remember to have fun, but most of all remember to show love, fellowship and unity.

It behoveth the people of Baha, throughout these days, to provide good cheer for themselves, their kindred and, beyond them, the poor and needy, and with joy and exultation to hail and glorify their Lord, to sing His praise and magnify His Name; and when they end—these days of giving that precede the season of restraint—let them enter upon the Fast.
-Baha’u’llah

You can also check out one of our posts called 16 Novel Ideas for Your Next Holy Day, and Celebrating Ayyam-i-Ha Imaginatively which also have some really cool ideas!

Do you have any thoughts or things that you like to do for Ayyam-i-Ha? We’d love to hear about them in the comment section below!

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  1. Growing up in my home, Ayyam-i-ha involved gift-giving and my parents set up scavenger hunts for us to find them. When we got older, there were still presents but we also began to focus more on doing things for others – making treats or serving in different ways. It’s still one of my favorite times of year.

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