CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA The Avesta NEW ADVENT Originally, the sacred scriptures of the Parsees were of far greater extent than would appear from the Avesta in the form in which we now possess it Only a relatively small portion of the original has in fact been preserved, and that is collected from several manuscripts, since no single codex Yasna Yasna j s n Avestan is the Avestan name of Zoroastrianism s principal act of worship It is also the name of the primary liturgical collection of Avesta texts, recited during that yasna Religious text Religious texts also known as scripture, or scriptures, from the Latin scriptura, meaning writing are texts which religious traditions consider to be central to their practice or beliefs.Religious texts may be used to provide meaning and purpose, evoke a deeper connection with the divine, convey religious truths, promote religious experience, foster communal identity, and guide individual M.N Dhalla History of Zoroastrianism , part History of the Zoroastrian religion by Dastur Dhalla, Zoroastrian high priest. AVESTA KHORDA AVESTA Niyayeshes Litanies Avesta, the Sacred Book of the Zoroastrians Khorda Avesta Book of Common Prayer AVESTA i Survey of the history and contents o AVESTA i Survey of the history and contents of the book the holy book of the Zoroastrians Avesta is the name the Mazdean Mazdayasnian religious tradition gives to the collection of its sacred texts. IRAN iv MYTHS AND LEGENDS Encyclopaedia Iranica IRAN iv MYTHS AND LEGENDS Introduction.In popular usage myth is equated with something being false or illusory In the study of religion, in contrast, myths are seen as narratives whichencapsulate fundamental truths about the nature of existence, God s , the universe.
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