Azali Wikipedia open wikipedia design. Bábism Creators The Báb Mullá Husayn Táhirih Quddús Subh-i-Azal Letters of the Living Books Arabic Bayán Persian Bayán Writings of the Báb Institutions Pilgrimage to house of the Báb History Shaykh Ahmad Shaykhism Bábism Bahá'í Faith Divisions Bábism Azali Bábism- Bahá'í Faith Bahá'í/Bábí split Extra Teachings of the Báb Writings of the Báb Calendar Talismans Categoryvte The Azali religion Persian: ازلي or Azali Babism (for short:Azali) is an Iranian religion founded in 1860s by Subh-i-Azal. Azali is a monotheistic religion, beliving in one god. Its teaching comes from Abrahamic and old Iranian religions like Zoroastrianism and Indian like Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism Both Azali and Baha'i Faith split from religion of bayan (Babism), but some people categoring the Azali religion as one of Babism divisions. vteReligionsAbrahamicSamaritanism · Judaism · Gnosticism · Christianity · Islam · Rastafari movementDharmicHinduism · Jainism · Buddhism · Sikhism · AyyavazhiPersianAhl-e Haqq · Azali Babism · Bábism · Bahá'í Faith · Manichaeism · Mazdak · Yazidi · ZoroastrianismEast AsianCao Dai · Confucianism · Falun Gong · Shinto · Taoism · TenrikyoAfricanBatuque · Candomblé · Macumba · Umbanda · Vodou · WintiNew religious movementsAsatru · Druidry · Wicca · Thelema · Raëlism · Unitarian Universalism · New Age · Eckankar · Mormonism · Jehovah Witnesses This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.