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  1. Rivayat-i Hemit-i Asawahistan: A Study in Zoroastrian Law (Harvard Iranian Series) by Nezhat Safa-Isfehani, 1980-10-09
  2. The Zoroastrian Myth of Migration from Iran and Settlement in the Indian Diaspora (Numen Book Series ; Texts and Sources in the History of Religions) by Williams, 2009-09-24
  3. Zoroastrian civilization from the earliest times to the downfall of the last Zoroastrian empire, 651 A.D by Maneckji Nusservanji Dhalla, 2010-08-30
  4. From Zoroastrian Iran to Islam: Studies in Religious History and Intercultural Contacts (Collected Studies Series) by Shaul Shaked, 1995-10
  5. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis (CNI Publications) by Bodil Hjerrild, 2003-07
  6. The position of Zoroastrian women in remote antiquity: as illustrated in the Avesta, the sacred books of the Parsees,being a lecture delivered at Bombay on the 18th of April 1892 by Darab Peshotan Sanjana, 2010-08-25
  7. A modern Zoroastrian by S 1812-1897 Laing, 2010-08-19
  8. Parsi Mind; A Zoroastrian Asset to Culture by Jer D. Randeria, 1993-11-01
  9. Zoroastrian ethics by Maganlal A. Buch, 2010-09-08
  10. Zoroastrian Morality by Andrew Thomas Weaver, 2010-02-22
  11. Zoroastrian theology from the earliest times to the present day by Maneckji Nusservanji Dhalla, 2010-09-10
  12. Guide to the Zoroastrian Religion: A Nineteenth-Century Catechism With Modern Commentary (Studies in world religions) by Erachiji Sohrabji, Dastur Meherjirana, 1983-03
  13. The Gathas: The Primitive Zoroastrian Faith
  14. A catechism of the Zoroastrian religion by Jivanji Jamshedji Modi, 2010-08-01

21. Zoroastrian Association Of Shiraz
zoroastrian religion, history, and culture. Information on zoroastrians in Shiraz, Persepolis, Iran.
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22. FEZANA - Zoroastrian Associations In N. America
FEZANA.ORG Official website for FEZANA - The Federation of zoroastrianAssociations of North America. NORTH AMERICAN zoroastrian ASSOCIATIONS.
PRESIDENT, Tempe, Arizona
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24. Directory Of Religious Centers
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26. A GOD FIGHT For All Religions
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28. The Being Of Zarathushtra In The Light Of Anthroposophy
zoroastrian describes how Anthroposophy pictures Zarathustra Being Of Zarathushtra In The Light.htm
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Vohuman.Org Home Spring 2003 Journal The Being of Zarathushtra
in the light of Anthroposophy Author:
Aban Bana
Subtopics: Reference: Related Articles: Related Links: Dear Friends and Fellow Zoroastrians: It is important that I mention right at the beginning of my talk that I am not speaking in the capacity of a research scholar or an authority on the subject of the Zoroastrian Religion, but as a lay-person, informing the listeners about a movement, a philosophy and a world-conception which deeply reveres the teachings of Zarathushtra, and which has an approach to the subject which is different from the conventional approach. Where this difference lies, I shall try to elaborate and clarify in my talk, which has the sole purpose of providing information for listeners. It should in no way be regarded as trying to convince or convert. One of the fundamental principles underlying this philosophy and movement is the principle of freedom, and accordingly this speaker wishes to leave listeners free to accept or reject what is being presented. This very principle of freedom also underlies the basic tenets of the Zoroastrian religion, so there we have the foundation on which to base a dialogue. Great truths of the past ages, spiritually significant events, had their physical-material working on the earthly plane, and these facts were documented by the seers and the scribes of those times. In later times, these truths have to be imparted in a form suitable for the epoch in which they are communicated. In our present epoch, the scientific one, the form of communication is scientific too, hence material.

29. Welcome To The Zoroastrian Society Of Ontario
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30. Zoroastrian Religious Calendar
Three versions of the zoroastrian calendar from the most ancient to more modern calendars.
Avesta Zoroastrian Archives Contents Prev zcal.htm Next Glossary
The Zoroastrian religious calendar
The religious calendar is a matter of some controversy among Zoroastrians. There are currently three main calendars in use: Fasli, Shahanshahi, and Qadimi. The oldest Zoroastrian calendar ('Old Avestan') was evidently a seasonal one, but it is not clear how it was kept in harmony with the seasons. In later years ('Younger Avesta' and Sasanian times) the prescribed method was to add a month every 120 years, but none of the three modern calendars follow this tradition. Cf. Denkard 3, chapter 419 and Bundahishn chapter 25.
  • FASLI ('seasonal'): A religious calendar which is kept in harmony with the seasons by intercalculating one day every four years, patterned after the Gregorian calendar. Naw Ruz (New Year's Day) is fixed on March 21.
  • SHAHANSHAHI (or Shenshai): The calendar of many Parsee Zoroastrians, including some of the more influential Dasturs (High Priests). It is based on a religious calendar which was theoretically synchronized with the seasons by intercalculating a month every 120 years, but the intercalculation was not consistently followed. Naw Ruz was observed on August 23, 1995. A recent proposal would reform the Shahanshahi calendar by bringing it back into harmony through the intercalculation of whole months.
  • QADIMI ('ancient'): In 1746 a group of priests and laymen in Surat adopted the Irani calendar on the assumption that it represented an older tradition. The Qadimi calendar is one month ahead of the Shahanshahi.

31. Welcome To The Zoroastrian Society Of Ontario
Links to other zoroastrian Organizations FEZANA (Federation of zoroastrianAssociations of North America). zoroastrian Youth of North America.
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32. Ritual And Religious Music In Iran
Mohammad Reza Darvish discusses the music of Muslims, Christians, Jews and zoroastrians in Iran. Honar
Ritual and Religious Music in Iran
Winter 1997, No. 34
By: Mohammad Reza Darvish
Pages: 152-162
Word Count: 5251
Summary: Each Iranian religion and rite is accompanied by a type of special music and ritual which can be classified into Buddhism, Zoroastrian or Christian religions, Assyrian, Armenian and Christian customs and Shia and Sunni faiths. The significance of Islamic religion varies according to diversity, quality and quantity and is generally divided into the following branches: 1. Ashurayi rituals including lamentation, declamation of calamities, preaching, miscellaneous pieces. 2. Passion play (Ta'zieh). 3. Prayer music. 4. Mystical and Persian convent (Khanqahi) music. Lamentation music is either polyrhythmic melodies followed by symbolic rituals such as chain beating, breast beating, and hand clapping. In the Iranian ritual and religious music wind and drum instruments are continued to be used. Followers of other religions in Iran such as Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians use their own specific music. Text: Among all nations and particularly the Asiatic nations the role of music and literature in the execution of religious rites was so important that without music or literature no rites were performed in the past. It is for that reason that among different nations and particularly Asiatic nations religions and ritual music is considered to be the most important and largest part of their music and art. The skill in playing is so advanced that compared with other musics such as mythological and non-religious topics it is quite evident. Of non-religious music one might refer to Norooz (new year) melodies, lullabies, Chavoshi (caravan songs), working melodies and fabulous rites, marriage, mourning and medical treatment music and many other examples.

33. Avesta Names; Old Persian Names; Parsi Names; Irani Zoroastrian Names
zoroastrian names categorized into Avestan, Old Persian, Parsi, and Irani.
Avesta Zoroastrian Archives Contents Prev znames.htm Next Glossary
Zoroastrian names:
Avestan Personal and Family names
(Based on C. Bartholomae, , pg. 1983-88)
(m) An ashavan, son of Mayu. Cf. yt13.123.
(m) an adversary of Keresasp. Cf. yt15.28.
Father of Thrit 'of the Tanya land'. Cf. yt13.125.
'the demi-man'. An ashavan. Cf. yt13.131.
(m) Father of Saena. Cf. yt13.97.
Father of Vivare-shvant. Cf. yt13.122. (2) (m) Father of Vohu-peresa. Cf. yt13.124.
aipi-vanghav [Aipivanghu]
An ashavan and king. Cf. yt13.132.
Father of Manuschithra (Minochehr). Cf. yt13.131.
(m) Father of Neremyazdana. Cf. yt13.110.
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
An ashavan 'of the Pidha house'. Cf. yt13.127.
amrav [Amru]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
anghuyav [Anghuyu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.124.
(m) Father of Avare-gau. Cf. yt13.125.
An ashavan, son of Pouru-jira. Cf. yt13.131.
(m) Father of Berezishnu and Kasupatu. Cf. yt13.110.
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.124.
arejahvant [Arejan-ghant]
A Turanian ashavan. Cf. yt13.113.

34. Zoroastrian Calendar
zoroastrian Calendar A major revival of the zoroastrian religion took place in226 CE when the first Sassanian King Ardeshir came to the Persian throne.
Zoroastrian Calendar
The early progenitors of today's Zoroastrian community were nomads who had a keen perception of the seasonal changes and a deep respect for the elements of Nature. In their innate wisdom they chose to start the New Year on the day of Vernal Equinox (March 21) which marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Also, on this day the sun enters the constellation Aries and is directly over the equator making the day and night equal. Ancient Zoroastrians observed a 360 days Calendar of 12 months with each month comprising of 30 days. The months were named after seasonal festivals but the days of each month were merely numbered from one to thirty. New Year was celebrated on the day of Vernal Equinox and to keep the 360 days Calendar in harmony with the seasons, a thirteenth month was intercalated every six years. Since each year the spring season brings the resurgence of life in Nature, the first day of Spring was deemed to be the day of renewal, hope and joy and was celebrated as Noruz (New Day). In the middle of the fifth century BCE, during the Achamenian era, a distinctive 360 days Calendar was created. Each day (Roz) of the twelve months was assigned to an Amesha Spenta or Yazata; while all the months, except the first and tenth, were assigned to the Yazatas. The first month, Fravadin, was assigned to the Fravashis and the tenth month, Dae, was named for the Creator. Each month (Mah) was divided into four parts which began with a day dedicated to the Creator.

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37. Zant Home Page
Official Web Site of the zoroastrian (and Parsi) Association of Dallas Fort Worth, Texas.
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personally between the two paths,
good and evil.
Before ushering in of the great day, arise all of you and Zarathushtra believed his message to be good and holy. It was one of his desires to spread his message to the world. He achieved this. The Message was not only spread to people who lived around him but also to generations of people throughout the centuries following his existence. The word of Zarathushtra continues to reach people today. The followers of his teachings should remain in contact with each other. This web will facilitate Zarthushtis in North Texas to reach out to each other easily and maintain close contact with the community. Please treat those who contact you as part of your family. Mitra Valatabar Mitra's resignation letter

38. San Diego Zoroastrian
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