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Zoroastrianism

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Zoroastrianism By Chris and Stephen There are 200 thousand people who follow Zoroastrianism Zoroastrians in India are called Parsis The religion was started in ancient Iran The God Ahura Mazda Zoroaster Monotheistic Polytheistic Spenta Mainyu Angra Mainyu Daivas Cosmic battle Zarathustra Zoroaster Iranian Priest Aryan Brahman 13th Section Avesta Avesta The G,mathas Hymns written by Zoroaster himself The Yasra The Visperad The Venidad The Yashts The Siroza The Kordehavesta Fragments Galambars (season festivals) Maidyozaren Ghambar(midsumerr feast) Maidyoshahem Gambar (mid spring feast) Paitishahem Ghambar (feast of bringing in the harvest Ayathrem gahambar Maidyarem Gahambar Haispathamadyem Gahambar Jashan of Ardavist Jashan of Kordhad Jasham of Amurdad Jashan of Sharevar Jashan Of Bahman Jashan of Spendermad 1200 -1750 BC 6000 BC Islam Judaism Hinduism Formless Shapeless Dedication No other God Ashem Vohu Agriculture and Labor Thinking Honestyover wealth and sucess A true Zoroastrian lives not for himself but for others Ahura Mazda Angra Mainyu Daivas Spenta Mainyu Avesta Parsis AVESTA -- Zoroastrian Archives. Web. <http://www.avesta.org/>.
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"Zoroastrianism." Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition. Web. <http://www.school.eb.com/failedlogin?target=/all/eb/article-9194>. AVESTA -- Zoroastrian Archives. Web. <http://www.avesta.org/>.
"Avesta (Zoroastrian Scripture)." Encyclopedia - Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Web. 21 Apr. 2010. <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/45645/Avesta>.
"BBC - Religion: Zoroastrianism." BBC. Web. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/zoroastrian/>.
Beyer, Catherine. "Faravahar - Symbol of Zoroastrianism." Alternative Religions. Web. <http://altreligion.about.com/od/symbols/ig/Symbol-Gallery/Faravahar---Zoroastrian-Symbol.htm>.
Bowker, John. World Religions. New York: DK Pub., 1997. Print.
"Iranian Zoroastrian Festivals and Rituals." Home. Web. <http://zoreled.org/Iranzorfestrit.aspx>.
Motafram, Ervad Ratanshah R. "EVERYDAY LIFE OF A ZOROASTRIAN." Traditional Zoroastrianism: Tenets of the Religion. Web. <http://tenets.zoroastrianism.com/deen33h.html>.
Staff, Buzzle. "Zoroastrianism, the Foundation of Monotheism." Buzzle Web Portal: Intelligent Life on the Web. Web. 21 Apr. 2010. <http://www.buzzle.com/articles/zoroastrianism-the-foundation-of-monotheism.html>.
"Zarathustra." Zarathustra: Religion, Philosophie Und Perpektive Fuer Das Neue Jahrhundert Um Ohne Religion Zu Leben! Web. <http://www.zoroaster.net/indexe.htm>.
"Zoroastrianism." Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition. Web. <http://www.school.eb.com/failedlogin?target=/all/eb/article-9194>.
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