Zoroastrian temple of Pir-e-Naraki (Chak-Chak), Yazd region. There are six holy shrines (called pirs or pirangah) in the Yazd region and the yearly pilgrimages to them are an occasion for the gathering of members of different villages.
Zoroastrian family in Tehran 1910 CE (towards the end of the Qajar era)
Door of the inner sanctum, temple of Chak Chak Iran
The prophet and ancient sage, Zarathushtra, founder of the oldest revealed monotheistic faith, born probably around 1500 BC, he is best known from his poetic utterances, which are enshrined as the Gathas (songs) in the Zoroastrian scriptures, collectively called the Avesta (lore of knowledge.) Zarathushtra entreats his hearers- "those from near and afar, hear this with your ears, exercise your judgement, in the beginning there were 2 entities, the good chose righteousness, not the evil
No 420 - Zoroastrianism’s Green Door Zoroastrianism also called Mazdaism and Magianism, is an ancient Iranian religion and a religious philosophy. It was once the state religion of the Achaemenid Empire and Sassanid Empire.
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