Ecology in Zoroastrianism

NAMC Institute of Zoroastrian Studies

Lecture Series 


Sunday,  January 10, 2021  at 2 pm Eastern Time Topic: Deep Ecology in Zoroastrianism 

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Meeting ID: 975 5253 1474     Passcode: NAMC

Marvel at the modernity of one of the world’s oldest religions. Discover the Zoroastrian prescription for our environmental and ecological ailments. Understand the Zoroastrian teachings and practices as they relate to the reverence and worship of nature’s elements: fire, air, water, earth, vegetation, animals and humans. Learn the Zoroastrian answer to our modern ecological concerns. Let Zoroastrianism lead us to an environmentally conscious and eco-friendly world citizenry.


Presenter:                        Ervad Tehemton Mirza

Following rigorous religious training at the M.F. Cama Athornan Institute under Dasturji

Dr. Firoze Kotwal, Tehemton was ordained Navar and Maratab at Iranshah

Ateshbehram in Udvada. His professional carrier took him from Mumbai to Iran to Indonesia, and he finally settled in London Ontario, Canada, where he owns and operates a CPA practice. As a Mobed, Tehemton volunteers religious and spiritual services to Zoroastrians in Southwestern Ontario and Michigan.  Tehemton has published articles on Zoroastrianism in North American publications and spoken on Zoroastrian topics at Zoroastrian associations throughout North America. Tehemton currently serves as the Vice President of North American Mobeds Council.


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