Kashkúl is an anthology of Shaykhi, Babi, and Baha’i writings not familiar to English-speakers. A kashkul is an alms bowl, such as the one used by Baha’u’llah during his sojourn in the mountains of northern Iraq (pictured in the title above). It is also what some Shi`i scholars, like Shaykh Ahmad al-Ahsa’i, called anthologies of their favorite writings.
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