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The task of is bringing the artifacts of the Perso-Aryan vision in a state close to their original and living condition. It would be difficult to say what comprises the Aryan memory and or tradition — what questions, views, and general areas cover the field in a comprehensive way. We find how many open questions are concealed behind the apparently simple word. We do not approach the expressions of the Aryan vision with a preconceived thesis, or view them exclusively within the context of the Mazdaean ideology.

The object of Fravahr is double: one, to facilitate the study of the Aryan History ; the other, to stimulate interest in the emergence of the Aryan Ideas and Visions in the formative period.

Stanford University Course on Zoroastrianism

For the first time Stanford University is offering a course on Zoroastrianism. This course will be a unique way for a student to learn about Zoroastrianism, its long history, profound influence on world religions and philosophy. Please encourage students you might know to enroll in this course for the winter 2008 quarter.

This course satisfies the Humanities requirements that all students have to take. Registration for courses begins on November 19th and we would like to make sure that we get a strong interest from the student body. Success in enrollment will keep the course offered for the following years.

The course is listed in the course catalogue as

RELIGST20 – Introduction to the Zoroastrian Religion – Professor Jennifer Rose

Winter: Tue 1:15-4:05pm – DB-Hum – 3 units – Room: Bldg 20 21G

Courtesy : Nilufer Variava

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