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The Baha'i temple guides are all volunteers. There roughly 7000 Ugandans who belong to the Baha'i faith. The Baha'i faith is so deep for me to cover by one post , I advice some background research on it. As a spiritual being conforming to no specific religion , I love to learn new religions and cultures and I borrow what I relate with to shape my own spiritual journey 😀. I will post a summary facts of the Baha'i community on my stories this week .
P.s : how gorgeous is this architecture. ( Scribbles Persia in my travel bucket list )
Baha'i temple in Uganda is in Kikaya hills is 15 minutes on a bodaboda. The trip to the temple will cost you between 7000-7500 Ugx . The temple is free to go see and relax in the garden. You will get a guide who will inform you about the history and faith . No photography is allowed inside the temple.
I cannot believe I have lived 24 years on this earth and didn't know about the Baha'i religion.
One of their temples in Africa is in Uganda in the outskirts of Kampala town.
The temples are reminiscent of Persian architecture.
That hasn't stopped us yet, has it? 😂👌
I admire the way many African women in the village steadily plod on and work to raise support and build their families. Their ability to endure I would argue is linked to more than just duty, but hope. A deep love for those they care for and the hope of an ever better tomorrow. #archives #empowerwomen
Children of the Nabweru slum
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Hope everyone is having a great Independence day 🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬 #ugandaat56
Touring Uganda made me realize very few Africans who travel within the continent actually explore the beauty found within the countries. So now to support travel all the unique hidden spots are overpriced and cater to the white tourists. It is quite sad. This is a special shout out to all African photographer's whose mission is to continuously exhibit the beauty that is African culture and countries.
Colonialism effects never spared me. I grew up in an unconventional set up where I was rarely exposed to my tribal culture. This left me to learn culture through school that was aimed to sugar coat and praise white rule whilst demeaning African culture. For years I thought culture was boring , my natural hair sucks and wishing I was white. Thank God for being born in the age of information, I have come to love black culture, skin, food, people and places and now I can never trade being black for anything. Regardless I have a long way to go, unlearning the old and relearning is a life long journey and I will never claim to be cultured . Am just committed to unraveling the beauty that was blinded from me and develop the deep relationship with who I am. To be more aware of my true past, my being now and my power for the future is a bitter sweet battle that shall be won. It's very hard to discover a part of you in an age where all that is being thrown to you is a westernised and modern way of life making me wonder what is the future of African culture that has already been diluted and mis-presented.
On this day, we established the freedom to speak, to walk and right to knowledge. All of this sums up to an amazing right to life. Happy Independence day
I wish you could see through my eyes and see fear ,see what am going through and see where am heading to 😎🙏🏾🏝
Jahazi pier lighting in the gardens ,do u like it ?!tell me how U feel abt it ?!📸photo credit:@totosbwoi
Sometimes u just have to let GO ❗️❗️
Happy Saturday 💃🏿
Just thinking of the ceilings in Gaddafi mosque. These are some of the best hand detailing I have seen so far ❤️. You can barely tell mistakes.