A brief synopsis of Atash Niyayesh


By Pervin J. Mistry

The 1st karda begins with “O Fire, the purifier of all things pertaining to Ahura Mazda! I praise Thy worship, invocation, good health-giving and friendly gift. O fire, thou art worthy of worship and invocation, mayest Thou be worthy of worship and invocation in the abodes of men. May there be greatness (or happiness) unto that man who shall always worship thee with fuel, baresman, milk and mortar in hand.”

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  1. deareast all zartoshtisplease try to keep our religion as hot as fire.we are all blessed to find new informations about,lord zarustra.love you

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