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Ridván is the main festival in the Bahá’í calendar and is celebrated from sunset on 20 April to sunset on 2 May.

The festival is named after the Garden of Ridván outside Baghdad, where the the founder of the Bahá’í religion, Bahá’u’lláh, stayed for twelve days after the Ottoman Empire exiled him from the city before commencing his journey to Constantinople.