Kalim: Software for searching the Baha'i writings

Top nine reasons to try Kalim

  1. You don't have to know how to spell 'Huquq'u'llah', pick it off the suggested words list.
  2. Kalim knows about variant spellings and derived words: enter 'labor' and also get 'labour', enter 'catch' and also get 'caught'
  3. Text is marked with the correct author, not by book, but by sentence, phrase and word.
  4. It has a canonical reference scheme of the Baha'i Writings, just like the Bible or Qur'an.
  5. Hyper-linked cross-references: you can jump from the citation to the primary source, and from the primary source to all its citations.
  6. Knowledge about the texts can be used and added to. For example, for each use of the word 'just', does it mean 'a moment ago' or 'with justice'.
  7. With one click you can limit the search to texts for the devotional part of Feast.
  8. You can adjust the fonts to your screen and eye-sight.
  9. It has links to the web: Dictionary.com, Wikipedia, Google Books, etc.

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