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         Zoroastrian:     more books (103)
  1. Zurvan: A Zoroastrian Dilemma by R. C. Zaehner, 1972-06
  2. The Zoroastrian Or Mazdean Scriptures by J. G. R. Forlong, 2006-09-15
  3. The Zoroastrian Faith: Tradition and Modern Research by S. A. Nigosian, 1993-12
  4. Zoroastrians: Their Religious Beliefs and Practices (The Library of Religious Beliefs and Practices) by Mary Boyce, 2001-02-05
  5. When Zarathustra Spoke: The Reformation Of Neolithic Culture And Religion (Bibliotheca Iranica: Zoroastrian Studies) by Mary Settegast, 2005-06-30
  6. Seven Fires and Three Pillars of Ethical Management: The Zoroastrian Model for Good Business by Dr. Jose Luis Abreu, 2009-09-16
  7. Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian Writings on Early Islam (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam) by Robert G. Hoyland, 1998-01
  8. Zoroastrian Tradition: An Introduction to the Ancient Wisdom of Zarathustra by Farhang Mehr, 1991-11
  9. The Zoroastrian Tradition: An Introduction to the Ancient Wisdom of Zarathushtra (vols 1 and 2) by Farhang Mehr, 2003-10
  10. Zoroastrian Studies: The Iranian Religion and Various Monographs by A. V. Williams Jackson, 2010-09-10
  11. A Zoroastrian Tapestry: Art, Religion & Culture
  12. Zoroastrians in Britain: The Ratanbai Katrak Lectures, University of Oxford 1985 by John R. Hinnells, 1996-05-23
  13. Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY by Sooni Taraporevala, 2004-10-07
  14. Evil, Good and Gender: Facets of the Feminine in Zoroastrian Religious History (Toronto Studies in Religion) by Jamsheed K. Choksy, 2002-04

1. The Zarathushtrian Assembly
Click for THE THOUGHT OF DAY. ENGLISH. Also visit PORTUGUÊS/Portuguese. VOHUMAN. A zoroastrian Educational Institute
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2. Zoroastrian- The World Wide Community Centre
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3. AVESTA -- Zoroastrian Archives
Avesta zoroastrian Archives. It also includes information about the Avestan language, and other useful information for students of zoroastrian religion.
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"Zoroastrianism is the oldest of the revealed world-religions, and it has probably had more influence on mankind, directly and indirectly, than any other single faith." - Mary Boyce, Zoroastrians: Their Religious Beliefs and Practices (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1979, p. 1) "Zoroaster was thus the first to teach the doctrines of an individual judgment, Heaven and Hell, the future resurrection of the body, the general Last Judgment, and life everlasting for the reunited soul and body. These doctrines were to become familiar articles of faith to much of mankind, through borrowings by Judaism, Christianity and Islam; yet it is in Zoroastrianism itself that they have their fullest logical coherence....” - Mary Boyce, Op. Cit. p. 29. We provide the complete text of the extant Avesta , the most ancient scriptures of Zoroastrianism, as well as many Pahlavi scriptures. It also includes information about the Avestan language, and other useful information for students of Zoroastrian religion. Most of the texts in these archives are extremely rare. NOTE: Spelling of Zoroastrian technical terms has been normalized in these archives to facilitate searches.

4. Zoroastrian Religious Calendar
The zoroastrian religious calendar. The religious calendar is a matter of some controversy among zoroastrians. There are currently
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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.

5. Vohuman Home Page
A zoroastrian Educational Institute. Home. Spring 2004. A Web Journal on zoroastrian Heritage. The Last War Dakhma of Iran
A Zoroastrian Educational Institute
Vohuman.Org Home Spring 2004 A Web Journal on Zoroastrian Heritage Site Map: Sohrab Rostam Kaikhosow Viraf Kianian The Last War Dakhma of Iran
Celebration of Life Novruz
... Jafarey, Dr. Ali Akbar
In this article Jafarey gives account of celebration of New Year “Novruz” by people of Iranian and Zarathushti origin. This celebration of life on the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere is of immense historical significance.
More Articles on Novruz:
The Enlightenment Message of Zarathushtra
Kerr, Dr. Sam
Learning Religiously
Rustomji, Professor Yezdi
Modern education aims at the liberation of human mind, as opposed to indoctrination. To keep refreshing Zarathushtra’s vision, one must keep learning religiously.
Outline of Parsi History
Mehta, Kayomarsh P.
Sohrab Rostam Kaikhosow Viraf Kianian
Mehrfar, Dr. Khosro E.)
A leading member of Zarathushti community of Yazd during early decades of twentieth century, his dedication to serve the community proved crucial during this critical period of history. Kianian’s gentle and steadfast character earned him true respect of the Zarathushti population of Yazd The Last War Dakhma of Iran Soroushian, Dr. Mehrborzin)

6. Stanford University Zoroastrian Group
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
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.

7. The World Zoroastrian Organisation
Activities of the World body, WZO, and information about the ancient religion of Zarathusthra.
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8. Zoroastrian Association Of Metropolitan Chicago
Provides support and networking for those studying this ancient religion of Persia. Includes information on its history, classes, events calendar, related links, and contacts.
Board of Directors



Religion Classes
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Updated News and Items June Newsletter Youth Camp Registration Form Nomination Forms for 2004-2005 Board of Directors 2004 Scholarship Information
Information Sheet
2004 Annual General Meeting Agenda Upcoming Activities Jun 5 th, Sat Deh Maas Jashan Jun 20 th, Sun Father’s Day Picnic Jun 27 th, Sun AGM/Monthly Mtg. Jul 11 th, Sun Board Mtg./Monthly Mtg. Jul 18 th, Sun Religion Classes th th th Annual ZAC Youth Camp We now take Visa, MasterCard, and Discover for donations and memberships
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9. Zoroastrian Association Of The Greater Boston Area (ZAGBA)
Nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of the zoroastrian faith. Features an event schedule, newsletter, and zoroastrian links.
Letter from the President

Schedule of ZAGBA Events

ZAGBA News Letters
... Letter from the President-An Overview of ZAGBA
  • Here is a letter from our President Parastu Dubash which covers ZAGBA's history, objectives, community activities, current events, and future plans.
Schedule of ZAGBA Events
  • This is a schedule of upcoming ZAGBA events with dates, times and directions.
News Letter Archive
  • Read the latest ZAGBA News Letter with information about the people, events and plans of the Boston Zoroastrian community.
Interesting Z Sites
  • Here are links to other Zoroastrian web sites cover such topics as culture, religion, Zoroastrian organizations, conferences, and more...
MIT Zoroastrian Association
  • Learn about our sister organization, the Zoroastrian Association at MIT.
Directions to MIT Religious Life Center
  • Here are the directions to the MIT Religious Life Center where we hold our monthly community meetings.
ZAGBA Officers
  • List of ZAGBA officers.
Contact Information
If you have any questions or need further information about ZAGBA feel free to contact.
Telephone Postal address
75 Lakeshore Drive
Marlborough, MA 01752

10. Zarathustra
zoroastrians in India are called Parsis.
Zoroastrian faith and philosophy
At present time there are about 200/000 Zoroastrians throughout the world. Most of the worlds Zoroastrians, who are about 100/000, are living in India and they are called Parsis. Due to the Arabs' invasion of Iran, which was cruel (_See Koran Sura 9 “Al Tauba “ Ayeh 5 and 29 and 123 ) , most Parsis left their own country, and emigrated to India in the ninth century. Even, at present time, if Iranians are asked about Zoroastrians identity, most of them will answer, those people are fire worshipers and like Jews and other pagans and Christians are unclean people ( See Koran Sura 9 Ayeh 28 ). In western countries also, the people are not quite familiar with Zoroastrian philosophy. When they are heard of Zarathustra, they are reminded of “Thus Spoke Zarathustra,” written by celebrated German philosopher, Nietzsche. Therefore, it can be rightly said that Zoroastrian philosophy, which was the main religious belief system of ancient Iranians and for about several hundred years was the basis of the Iranian culture and their life style, now is almost forgotten. Therefore, our purpose is to fathom this aged Zoroastrian culture, in order to recognize the truth of such a rich philosophical faith, which has been the foundation of the ancient Iranian civilization, and thus try to repudiate the incorrect pre-judgements against it. Is Zoroastrian Monotheism Philosophy or Religion in History?

11. Zoroastrian Association Of Metropolitan Washington
History, upcoming events, membership information, description of the faith, shop, links and mailing list.
ZAMWI Newsletter - March 2004 click here USHAO Journal of Informal Religious Meetings (Volume IV No.2) Proposed Educational Tour and Zarathushti Pilgrimage to Iran
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12. Zoroastrian Kids Korner
zoroastrian kids korner kid, familfriendly place where kids can learn about the basic zoroastrian beliefs, play zoroastrian word games, read ancient Persian stories, learn about the history of

    In this korner, you can learn the basic Zoroastrian beliefs or get to know some famous Zoroastrians. You can also read stories, play games, make crafts, or say some simple prayers.
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13. Zoroastrian Tradition Web Sites
Online version of zoroastrian scriptures (the complete text of the extant Avesta and some Pahlavi scriptures) with supporting linguistic and religious information. Links to member organizations, committees, and their journal.
Zoroastrian Traditions

14. Zoroastrian Religion
A personal page with zoroastrian information and references on the zoroastrian Calendar, Prayers,

15. Causes Of The Fall Of Zoroastrian Iran
Article by Dr. Pallan R. Ichaporia.

16. F E Z A N A - HOME
FEZANA.ORG Official website for FEZANA - The Federation of zoroastrian Associations of North America. FEZANA serves as the coordinating
FEZANA serves as the coordinating body for Zoroastrian Associations
in the United States and Canada. FEZANA is registered as a non-profit, religious and charitable organization in the USA. QUICK LINKS CONTACT INFORMATION


Member Associations

Small Groups

Zoroastrian Sports Committee (ZSC)
Zoroastrian Youth of North American (ZYNA)
President's Message

FEZANA Journal

News Bulletin

North American Directory
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17. Zoroastrian Sacred Texts
zoroastrianism. zoroastrianism. The ZendAvesta Pahlavi Texts. This is only a small selection of the zoroastrian etexts available online. Much

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Journal Articles: Zoroastrianism
OCRT: Zoroastrianism
... Buy books about Zoroastrianism Zoroastrianism The Zend-Avesta Pahlavi Texts This is only a small selection of the Zoroastrian etexts available online. Much more can be found at the Zoroastrian Archives [external site] , which we highly recommend to anyone interested in Zoroastrianism. To avoid substantial duplication of the material available there, we have archived only the Sacred Books of the East material at this site. The Yatkar-i-Zariran or Memoirs of Zarir
The Zend-Avesta
The Zend Avesta, part 1
Sacred Books of the East Vol. 4 Avesta: Vendidad 252,073 bytes
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The Zend Avesta, part 2
Sacred Books of the East Vol. 23 Khorda Avesta: Book of Common Prayer pt. 1 316,144 bytes Khorda Avesta: Book of Common Prayer pt. 2 341,840 bytes
The Zend Avesta, part 3
Sacred Books of the East Vol. 31 Avesta: Yasna 239,205 bytes Avesta: Visperad 37,526 bytes Avesta Fragments 53,939 bytes

18. Zoroastrian Association Of Western Australia Inc.
zoroastrian Association Of Western Australia Inc., is a nonprofit association, dedicated to increasing the awareness and up-keep of the zoroastrian religion
Zoroastrian Association of Western Australia Inc., is comitted to the advancement of the Zoroastrian religion among the Zoroastrian community of Western Australia. aday-2001.shtml aivisroothrem.shtml annual-jashan-1999.shtml annual-jashan-2000.shtml ... zorofonts.shtml

19. Zoroastrian Home Page
A fully ordained zoroastrian priest based in the Greater Toronto Area and performing religious services around the world.
Zoroastrian Priestly Services
If you would like to perform any kind of Zoroastrian religious services for your loved ones, Ervad Kerman Katrak would gladly take care of all of them.
My Objective
To provide Zoroastrian Religious Services to everyone around the world.
About the Priest
A fully ordained Zoroastrian priest performing religious services
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You can reach me at one of the following: Telephone
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Kerman Katrak
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20. Zoroastrian Trust Funds Of Europe (Inc.)
Events. News. New Premises. Information. YZ. Library. Contacts.
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