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Ahura Mazda: Supreme God in Zoroastrianism. Bas relief at Persepolis

Persepolis, photography: Erdinç Bakla (2002)

Persepolis, photography: Erdinç Bakla (2002)

The faravahar is the most important symbol of Zoroastrianism, seen here as carved at Persepolis. The man with his right hand shows obeisance to Ahura Mazda while he holds in his left hand a ring showing his promise to the god. The three layers of feathers in the wings represent good thought, good words and good deeds, while the three layers of feathers in the “tail” represent bad thoughts, bad words and bad deeds, which we should aim to put under us. The ring in the center represents the…

The faravahar is the most important symbol of Zoroastrianism, seen here as carved at Persepolis. The man with his right hand shows obeisance to Ahura Mazda while he holds in his left hand a ring showing his promise to the god. The three layers of feathers in the wings represent good thought, good words and good deeds, while the three layers of feathers in the “tail” represent bad thoughts, bad words and bad deeds, which we should aim to put under us. The ring in the center represents the…

Information about: The Ancient Persepolis (aka. Throne of Jamshid), The ceremonial capital of the Achaemenian Persian Empire and its founder Cyrus the Great plus detialed information about the roots of Federalism, democracy and freedom

Bildresultat för Ahura Mazda

Bildresultat för Ahura Mazda

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