|Tablet of Ahmad
|Inspired by the Tablet of Ahmad, a Bahá'í scripture.
|Represents divine protection and guidance.
|A circular design incorporating key symbols from the tablet.
|Often in blue or green hues.
|Found in Bahá'í literature related to the Tablet of Ahmad.
|Evolved as a visual representation of the tablet's themes.
|Known among Bahá'ís familiar with the tablet.
|Symbolizes spiritual strength and protection.
|Moderate, with intricate details.
|Elicits feelings of divine assistance.