The Kitab-i-Aqdas, that is known to be the Most Holy Book, is the essence of Baha’i laws and it was set by Baha’u’llah. The readers were warned previously during the initial foray of the book. They were warned about the tome that could no longer be considered as the “mere code of laws”.
However, the scholars have now agreed with the same viewpoint as Baha’u’llah, as they pointed out when considered from a legal standpoint, the book is read similar as to the constitution and it was far away from the standard code of law.
The same book when considered from a literary perspective, it appears less like any legal document but more like a moral dialogue or poem. Scholars also say that the Most Holy Book, when considered as a structure it could be described as an artwork of multiple colors in which Baha’u’llah threaded his radical vision of global civilization.
The tapestry made by Baha’u’llah has all the laws sprinkled in the fabric making it shine just like jewels. Some of these laws appear randomly and it also pushes the readers into the process of deep thinking. The rest of the laws come towards the end of the modern punctuation, commentary, and themes.
According to the explanations given in the Most Holy Book, God’s manifestation and the descent of the laws of God is the most vital and supreme happening in the world of the humans. The book explains more such values including the recognition of the Manifestation of God and following the different ordinance and laws of the almighty