On April 28, according to the Gregorian calendar, the month of Jamal begins, which means “Beauty” in Arabic. On this day, the first day of the month of Jamal according to the nineteen-month Baha'i calendar, an important holiday is celebrated - the feast of the Nineteenth Day of the month of Jamal.
The Feast of the Nineteenth Day was enjoined in the Kitab-i-Akdas, the Bahá'í holy book, which states: earthly."
The basis of the holiday is hospitality, the natural manifestations of which are friendliness, courtesy, care, generosity and festive gaiety.
The use of elements of local cultural traditions in each part of the holiday is encouraged, as this gives it proper originality and reflects the uniqueness of each community in which the holiday is held, and also contributes to creating an upbeat atmosphere and good mood among the audience.