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  1. Zoroastrians in Britain.(Review): An article from: The Journal of the American Oriental Society by W.W. Malandra, 1999-01-01
  2. Zoroastrian Doctrine of a Future Life from Death to the Individual Judgment by Jal Dastur Cursetji Pavry, 1965-06
  3. A Brief Sketch of the Zoroastrian Religion & Customs: An Essay Written for the Râhnumâi Mâzdayasnân Sabhâ of Bombay by Ervad Sheriarji Dadabhai Bharucha, 2010-03-08
  4. The Zoroastrian and Some Other Ancient Systems by Thomas Stanley, Dhunjeebhoy Jamsetjee Medhora, 2010-01-11
  5. The Spirit Of The Zoroastrian Religion by Henry S. Olcott, 2010-05-23
  6. A Modern Zoroastrian [ 1893 ] by S. (Samuel) Laing, 2009-08-10
  7. The Sacred Books Of The Zoroastrians by Frances Power Cobbe, 2010-09-10
  8. Mystics Magazine: Zoroastrian Mystical Theology: A Conversation with Charles William King by Marilynn Hughes, Charles William King, 2009-08-08
  9. The Zoroastrian Sanitary Code: With Critical and Explanatory Notes by Sorabji Edalji Dubash, 2010-03-08
  10. The Persian 'Mar Nameh': The Zoroastrian 'Book of the Snake' Omens and Calendar & The Old Persian Calendar by Payam Nabarz, S H Taqizadeh, 2006-07-15
  11. A. Modern Zoroastrian by S Laing, 2010-05-12
  12. Pursisniha: A Zoroastrian catechism. Part I: Text, Translation, Notes; Part II: Facsimiles. by Kaikhusroo Jamaspasa, Helmut Humbach, 1971
  13. Ritual Art and Knowledge: Aesthetic Theory and Zoroastrian Ritual (Studies in Comparative Religion) by Ron G. Williams, James W. Boyd, 1993-04
  14. Essays on Zarathustra and Zoroastrianism (Bibliotheca Iranica: Zoroastrian Studies Series) by Jean Kellens, Prods Oktor Skjaevo, 2000-07

A large, comprehensive website about the zoroastrian religion. It contains feature articles, links to other websites, a question hotline, and a sixteenlesson online refrence book designed to teach anyone about the basics of the zoroastrian religion.
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62. ZCards - Electronic Zoroastrian Cards At Zubin.Com
zoroastrian ZCards @ Zubin.Com. The zoroastrian ZCards site is dedicatedto ZCards for the world's zoroastrian Community. zoroastrians
Zoroastrian ZCards @ Zubin.Com The Zoroastrian ZCards site is dedicated to ZCards for the world's Zoroastrian Community. Zoroastrians are followers of the prophet Zarathushtra (or "Zoroaster" as known by the Germans). Zarathushtra is known to have lived and preached about 3500 years ago - circa 1500BC; and Zoroastrianism is thought by many scholars to be the oldest surviving religion in the world today. For more information on Zoroastrianism, click here If you happened on this page looking for other cards, you *may* be able to find them HERE The July 19, 2003 issue of the Chicago Tribune featured the Zoroastrian ZCards as part of their story on electronic greeting cards for minority religions. To read the story in PDF format, click on the logo to the left. Thank you to whomever it was that mentioned my name and site! :) THE OLDE RANT - (because I've had to deal with this before) These Zoroastrian ZCards (along with the rest of the ZCards on the Zubin.Com) site are provided as a FREE, courtesy service to the community with no pop-up ads whatsoever. Since these ZCards are done during spare time, other ZCards are added to this site as and when time permits. I am not a graphics designer (never took art *grin*) so, the graphics take a long time to create and while they may look nice on your Zoroastrian website or on your computer, you can

63. Intro
I believe they got it from zoroastrian Studies of Bombay, India. © Copyright19942000 - Zubin.Com (unless noted otherwise) All rights reserved.
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TMZA of Newport Beach, CA. I believe they got it from Zoroastrian Studies of Bombay, India.

64. Zoroaster
The site contains a word by word translation of the Avesta,and the Gatha (the sacred books of the zoroastrian religion. It also contains other information of the zoroastrian community throughout the world.
Home Avesta Message Gathas Links The Religion of Ahura Mazda Revealed By Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) Righteousness is the best good. It is happiness. Righteousness is laid down for this, my religion Righteousness Best Thought Best Word Best Deed ... mindedness In order to benefit the people of the world), Righteousness is laid down for this, my religion O Ahura Mazda. ...... I choose the chieftainship of good thoughts. (Spentomad-Gatha-Ha-49.3-translated-by-Ervad-K.E.Kanga) Owing to Best thought, word, and deed, inspired through righteousness Ahura- Mazda doth give unto us happiness, immortality (heaven), prosperity, and perfect-mindedness through Spenta-Mainyu (Beneficent-spirit.) Spentomad-Gatha-Ha-47.1) Among living beings , who (is) better in acts of worship, of such Ahura Mazda (Himself) is aware . On account of their holiness all such, both men and women, do we revere.

65. Zoroastrian Association Of Metropolitan Washington
ZAMWI's Norooz Celebration, March 28 For information on ZAMWI's activitiesin the Interfaith Conference click here. Please contact

ZAMWI's Norooz Celebration, March 28

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66. Zoroastrian@net
This website provides a simple description of zoroastrianism, for nonzoroastrians interested in the religion.
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67. Zoroastrian Collage
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ALL INDIA SHAH BEHRAM BAUG SOCIETY THE ONE AND ONLY IN THE WORLD Affiliated to ALBERT SCHWEITZER INTERNATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY FOR REFUGEES AND MINORITIES (Central America) IN COLLABORATION with the UNITED NATIONS PEACE UNIVERSITY (Central America) NORTH ECUADOR TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY WORLD UNIVERSITY (U.S.A.) THE BIRCHAM INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (Europe) THE TAJIKISTAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (Malaysia) THE ALBERT SCHWEITZER SOCIETY Inc. WHAT IS THE ZOROASTRIAN COLLEGE ? It is a Spiritual White Light Center Its purpose is to enable souls to evolve spiritually in the quality, purity and speed of White Light. Its main educational purpose is to spread the knowledge of the Ancient Cosmic Wisdom . By gaining an awareness and understanding of the Divine Universal Natural Laws of the Almighty Creator of the Universe

68. Zoroastrian Trust Funds Of Europe (Inc.)
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69. Medieval Sourcebook: The Zoroastrian Creed
Medieval Sourcebook The zoroastrian Creed. The zoroastrian Creed. 8. I professmyself a Mazdaworshipper, a zoroastrian, having vowed it and professed it.
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The Zoroastrian Creed
The Zoroastrian Creed
The Creed is a very ancient prayer, parts of which are recited every day by Zoroastrians. Notice the chant-like repetition in the verses and the many holy aspects which the creed mentions, such as asha (fire). The creed also reinforces, first a hostility toward evil, and then a love of good. What other issues seem to have been important for the composer of the Creed? 1. I curse the Daevas. I declare myself a Mazda-worshipper, a supporter of Zarathushtra, hostile to the Daevas, fond of Ahura's teaching, a praiser of the Amesha Spentas, a worshipper of the Amesha Spentas. I ascribe all good to Ahura Mazda, 'and all the best,' the Asha-owning one, splendid, xwarena-owning, whose is the cow, whose is Asha, whose is the light, 'may whose blissful areas be filled with light'. 2. I choose the good Spenta Armaiti (Holy Spirit) for myself; let her be mine. I renounce the theft and robbery of the cow, and the damaging and plundering of the Mazdayasnian settlements. 3.I want freedom of movement and freedom of dwelling for those with homesteads, to those who dwell upon this earth with their cattle. With reverence for Asha, and (offerings) offered up, I vow this: I shall nevermore damage or plunder the Mazdayasnian settlements, even if I have to risk life and limb.

70. Welcome To The Zoroastrian Association Of Houston
Date Last Updated March 18, 2003. © 2000, 1999 zoroastrian Association Of Houston.8787 West Airport Blvd, Houston, TX 77071. USA. All Rights Reserved.
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71. Zoroastrian Prophecies
zoroastrian Prophecies Fulfilled. The zoroastrian AD you get the appearanceof the zoroastrian Messiah sometime in the 1800s. This
Zoroastrian Prophecies Fulfilled
The Zoroastrian Scriptures, like those of all the other world religions, contain Messianic Prophecies foretelling the future appearance of a "redeemer". "He shall be the victorious Benefactor (Saoshyant) by name and World-renovator [Astavat-ereta] by name. He is Benefactor because he will benefit the entire physical world; he is World- renovator because he will establish the physical living existence indestructible. He will oppose the evil of the progeny of the biped and withstand the enmity produced by the faithful." - Zoroastrianism- Avesta, Farvardin Yast 13.129 A statement attributed to one of the Zoroastrian Scriptures contains one of the most explicit prophecies identifying the TIME when this "World-renovator" will appear. "When a thousand two hundred and some years have passed from the inception of the religion of the Arabian (Muhammad) and the overthrow of the kingdom of Iran and the degradation of the followers of My religion, a descendant of the Iranian kings (Baha'u'llah) will be raised up as a Prophet."

72. Zoroastrian.html
Avesta: Zoroastrian Scriptures Genealogy of Zarathustra Traditional Zoroastrianism Stanford University Zoroastrian Group ...

73. UT - MENIC: Society And Culture: Religion And Spirituality: Zoroastrianism

74. Zoroastrian Association Of Shiraz
Promotion and encouragement of the zoroastrian religion, teachings and culture,to the world. This is an independent and non commercial site.
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Thank you for your interest in Purpose of this web page is a small attempt at promotion and encouragement of the Zoroastrian religion, teachings and culture, to the world. Secondary objective is to introduce Zoroastrians of Shiraz, and the tourist attractions and facilities that are available to all Zoroastrians; furthermore to keep an informational and cultural exchange between Zoroastrian communities. This is an independent and non commercial site. All comments will be welcomed.
Thank you for your time! rashidi

75. Peace Prayer - Zoroastrian Prayers
FAQ. zoroastrian Prayers RESPONSE We will practice what we profess. excerpted fromthe Avesta prayer in zoroastrian Prayers, in Religion for Peace, 1973, WCRP.

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Zoroastrian Prayers Zoroastrian Prayer for Peace
We pray to God to eradicate all the
misery in the world:
that understanding triumph
over ignorance,
that generosity triumph over indifference,
that trust triumph over contempt, and that truth triumph over falsehood. A Zoroastrian Prayer
With bended knees, with hands outstretched,
do I yearn for the effective expression of the holy spirit
working within me:
For this love and understanding, truth and justice;
for wisdom to know the apparent from the real
that I might alleviate the sufferings of men on earth...
God is love, understanding, wisdom and virtue.
Let us love one another, let us practice mercy and forgiveness,
let us have peace, born of fellow-feeling. . . .
Let my joy be of altruistic living, of doing good to others.
Happiness is unto him from who happiness proceeds to any other human being.
RESPONSE: We will practice what we profess. excerpted from the Avesta prayer in Zoroastrian Prayers, in Religion for Peace, 1973, WCRP Other Prayers Baha'i Buddhist Christian Hindu ... Other Prayer Resources

76. Stanford University Zoroastrian Group
Stanford University zoroastrian Group. Faravahar (or Farohar) from theruins of Persepolis. Other zoroastrian Information Pages at Stanford.
Stanford University Zoroastrian Group
Faravahar (or Farohar) from the ruins of Persepolis Since November 16, 1996, this page has been visited times. We have been rated a Welcome to the Stanford University Zoroastrian Group's World Wide Web home page. Our first year of re-existance at Stanford was a very interesting one. The high point, of course, was the Seventh North American Zoroastrian Youth Conference (ZYC '95). Held here at Stanford over the 4th of July weekend, the congress was attended by more than 300 Zoroastrian youths (age 13 - 45) from the US and Canada; youths from a few other countries outside North America, including England and Australia, were also able to join us. You can find more information on the congress in the Sunday, July 2nd edition of the San Jose Mercury News. This year we plan to be a bit more active on campus. We'd also like to increase our interaction with other student groups. If you'd like to contact us, please email Maneck Bhujwala at:
If you have any questions or comments in general, please feel free to send us a note.
Other Zoroastrian Information Pages at Stanford
Events Related to Zoroastrianism in the Bay Area
A list of Zoroastrian-related events in Northern California.

77. The Zoroastrian Page
of Zarathushtra Hymns in Praise of Wisdom, by Piloo Nanavutty ( ) Zoroaster Lifeand Work of the Forerunner in Persia ( ) The zoroastrian Faith Tradition
Arguably one of the oldest of the monotheistic faiths, Zoroastrianism is based on the teachings of the Prophet Zarathushtra. Zoroastrianism was the dominant religion of the Persian Empires based on the scriptures, the Avestas, and dealing with devotion to Ahura Mazda, the one god. Zoroastrianism is still practiced today, mainly in parts of Iran and India, but has followers around the world. Zoroastrianism on the Web Local Communities Zoroastrian Worldwide Community Center Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe The Zoroastrian WebPage California Zoroastrian Center ... O'Shihan Cultural Organization
Books about Zoroastrianism, or browse for yourself
Zoroastrianism: An Introduction to Ancient Faith
, by Peter Clark (
Gathas of Zarathushtra : Hymns in Praise of Wisdom
, by Piloo Nanavutty (
Zoroaster: Life and Work of the Forerunner in Persia

The Zoroastrian Faith: Tradition and Modern Research
, by Solomon A. Nigosian
Zoroastrianism: World Religions (World Religions)
, by Paula R. Hartz
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zoroastrian DUALIST COSMOGONY Translation and introductory comment by R. C Zaehner,in his Zurvan A zoroastrian Dilemma (Oxford, 1955), PP 314-16.
Greater Bundahishn The story of the two primal Spirits and the creation of the world is recounted in greatest detail in the first chapter of a ninth-century Pahlavi book known as the 'Bundahishn' or '(Book of) the Primal Creation.' The limitation of Time is Ohrmazd's first creative act, for he saw that if Ahriman were to be destroyed, be would have to be lured out of eternity, actualized in finite time, and forced into the open. Ohrmazd, before the act of creation, was not Lord; after the act of creation he became Lord, eager for increase, wise, free from adversity, manifest, ever ordering aright, bounteous, all-perceiving. [First he created the essence of the gods, fair (orderly) movement, that genius by which he made his own body better] for he had conceived of the act of creation; from this act of creation was his lordship. And by his dear vision Ohrmazd saw that the Destructive Spirit would never cease from aggression and that his aggression could only be made fruitless by the act of creation, and that creation could not move on except through Time and that when Time was fashioned, the creation of Ahriman too would begin to Move. And that he might reduce the Aggressor to a state of powerlessness, having no alternative he fashioned forth Time. And the reason was this, that the Destructive Spirit could not be made powerless unless he were brought to battle. . . .

A MAZDEAN (zoroastrian) SACRIFICE TO THE SUN. ('Khorshed Yasht,' 15).1. We sacrifice unto the undying, shining, swift-horsed Sun.
Khorshed Yasht 1. We sacrifice unto the undying, shining, swift-horsed Sun. When the light of the sun waxes warmer, when the brightness of the sun waxes warmer, then stand up the heavenly Yazatas, by hundreds and thousands, they gather together its Glory, they make its Glory, they make its Glory pass down, they pour its Glory unto the earth made by Ahura, for the increase of the world of holiness, for the increase of the creatures of holiness, for the increase of the undying, shining, swift-horsed Sun. 2. And when the sun rises up, then the earth, made by Ahura, becomes clean, the running waters become clean, the waters of the wells become clean, the waters of the sea become clean, the standing waters become clean; and the holy creatures, the creatures of the Good Spirit, become clean.
3. Should not the sun rise up, then the Daevas would destroy all the things that are in the seven Karshvares, nor would the heavenly Yazatas find any way of withstanding or repelling them in the material world. 4. He who offers up a sacrifice unto the undying, shining, swifthorsed Sun-to withstand darkness, to withstand the Daevas born of darkness, to withstand the robbers and bandits, to withstand the Yatus and Pairikas, to withstand death that creeps in unseen- offers it up to Ahura Mazda, offers it up to the Amesha-Spentas, offers it up to his own soul. He rejoices all the heavenly and worldly Yazatas, who offers up a sacrifice unto the undying, shining, swift-horsed Sun

80. ReligionQuest Everything On Religion
Historical Background. The zoroastrian Way. zoroastrian Mythology. Famouszoroastrians. Zoronastrian calendar, prayers etc. zoroastrian Prayers.

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