Zoroastrian Prayers for Healing

SPECIFIC PRAYERS FOR HEALTH AND RELIEF FROM AFFLICTIONS:

1.Backache Tir Yasht, Moti Haptan Yasht

2.Chest Pain Ava Nyayish, AvaYasht, Ardibahesht Yasht

3.Child birth Ava Nyayish, Ava Yasht

4.Ear Ache Regular Kushti, Ardibahesht Yasht

5.Eye ache Khorshed & Mehr Nyayish Korshed Yasht

6.Eye trouble Tir Yasht

7.Fever Ardibahest Yash Behram Yasht. Vanant Yasht

8.Head ache Atash Nyayish, Ardibahesht Yasht, Nani Hom Yasht

9.Behram Yasht > Health (all over) Ardibahesht Yasht, Hom Yasht

10. Heart problems Govad Yasht, Hom Yasht

11.Incurable diseases Hormazd Yasht

12. Lactation Ardibahesht Yasht, Avan Nyayish, Ava Yasht

13. Leg Ardibahesht Yasht, Hom Yasht, Haptan Yasht

14.Menstrual Problems Tir Yasht (when not in periods)

15.Mouth problems Ava Nyayish, Ava Yasht

16.Neck Pain Hoshbam, Ram Yasht

17.Nose Mah Bokhtar Nyayish, Ardibahesht Yasht

18.Pregnancy Problems Ardibahesht Yasht, Farvardin Yasht, Ashtad Yasht

19.Reproductive organs Hom Yasht

20.Sickness Ardibahest Yasht

21.Stomach Ache Regular Kushti, Ardibahest Yasht, Atash Nyayis

22.Urinary trouble Ava Nyayish, Ava Yasht

23.Wound healing Hom Yasht

OTHER PURPOSES

24. Black magic (to ward off) Hom Yasht & Vanant Yasht

25.Consciousness developing Hoshbam

26. Employment Khordad Yasht

27.Intelligence Khorshed & Meher Nyayish

28.Marriage Partner Ram Yasht, A airyema ishyo prayer

29.Marital peace Ram Yasht

30.Mental peace Mah Bokhtar Nyayish

31. Progeny Atash Nyayish, Hom Yasht

32.Spiritual development Sarosh Yasht Hadokht, Din Yasht, Vahishtoisht

33. Gatha (in Sarosh Khshnuman)

34.Success/Victory Behram Yasht

(Prepared by Ervad Dr. Ramiyar P. Karanjia – Zoroastrian Heritage &  Religious Knowledge Centre)

15 comments

  • Very informative and useful. No.33 appears to be a continuation of No.32. Please specify. Meher.

  • 10. Heart problems Govad Yasht, Hom Yasht
    Where can I find Govad Yasht ?

  • dr. minocher e. darukhanawalla

    where can i get govad yasht

  • Dear sir,
    I need to know which ameshspenta, yazata is responsible for warding off evil, jealousy, fear,wickedness brought forth upon by evil, jealous wicked, malicious people whether they are family members or others who perform Bengali Jadoo. which powerful yazata or ameshspenta is responsible to not only permanently remove evil, jealousy, deceit, maliciousness and fear from the mind, soul, and body of the innocent victim Caused by the perpetrators but also permanently vanquish the perpetrators from the lives of the victim. And how does one invoke the yazata ameshspenta so this can be done. Please advise.

    • Any of the following 1. Ardibahest ameshaspand Ardibahest yasht 2. Airyman Yazata Airyema Ishyo 3. Behram Yazata Behram yasht 4. Vanant Yazata Vanant Yasht

  • Please advise where I can find Avan Yasht and Avan Nyaish. Thank you.

  • Hi ramiyar can v pray for others who r not of our caste.

  • I am Mahernosh, I want to know that I am a vegetarian person and is there anything wrong, if I occasionally consumed non veg. Pls I am confused, through some sources,I came to know that our Paygambar Zarthushtra saheb was also a vegetarian.

  • to artandsoul, you can find anything on INTERNET. GOOGLE IS THE BEST. SPELLING ,ERROR CAN PUT YOUR QUESTION WAY DOWN. GOVAD YASHT but GOVAD YASHT AVESTA IS BETTER. THERE’S NOTHING BETTER THEN G O O G L E

  • Greetings. My wife is battling multiple cancer . which is the prayer specific to cancer ?
    In gratitude
    Darayas

    • Respected sir, I always fall sick.Tired of medicines, n hospitalisation.I take sleeping pills also, but do not get sleep.I have multiple diseases.Kindly guide me to what prayers will help me out.TIA.I m a Parsee by birth married to a gujarati.

  • Can we pray vanant Yast in front of Atash Parshad saheb?

  • Sir where can we find the exact meaning of our simple prayers like Athavairyo, Ashemvohu n all our prayers
    which can b understood by a layman. Some youngsters want to know what is it that we pray. Please enlighten. Thanks.

    • Hilloo R Damkevala

      Ask for the Khordeh Avesta with translation by Kavasji Edulji Kanga, from the Parsee Panchayet office, D. N. Road, Mumbai 1

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