Ahura Mazda. the Iranian sky god, the Wise Lord, and god of order, depicted as a bearded man on a winged disk, was the principal god of the ancient Zoroastrians. He was one of the Indo-Iranian spiritual lords who also included Mithra and Varuna. Achaemenid Persians worshiped him as Ahuramazda, giver of kingship. Later dynasties worshiped him as a perfect and omniscient spirit. He came to be depicted in human form.

Ahura Mazda. the Iranian sky god, the Wise Lord, and god of order, depicted as a bearded man on a winged disk, was the principal god of the ancient Zoroastrians. He was one of the Indo-Iranian spiritual lords who also included Mithra and Varuna. Achaemenid Persians worshiped him as Ahuramazda, giver of kingship. Later dynasties worshiped him as a perfect and omniscient spirit. He came to be depicted in human form.

Ahura Mazda-Işığın, saflığın, gerçeğin, iyiliğin ve bilginin karşısına karanlığı, kirliliği, yanlışı, acımasızlığı ve cehaleti koydular. Ahura Mazda’nın yararlı ve temiz hayvanlarına zıt olarak Ahriman, vahşi hayvanları ve kana susamış kuşları yarattı. İncitmeye hor görmeyi de ekledi ve kardeşinin yarattığı barış dolu ve zararsız varlıklara güldü.

Ahura Mazda-Işığın, saflığın, gerçeğin, iyiliğin ve bilginin karşısına karanlığı, kirliliği, yanlışı, acımasızlığı ve cehaleti koydular. Ahura Mazda’nın yararlı ve temiz hayvanlarına zıt olarak Ahriman, vahşi hayvanları ve kana susamış kuşları yarattı. İncitmeye hor görmeyi de ekledi ve kardeşinin yarattığı barış dolu ve zararsız varlıklara güldü.

Atar or Azar Goshasb the Persian God of Fire who owns a heavy powerful horse. Atar is Son of Ahura Mazda. He battles Azhi-Dahak, the great dragon of the sky. Atar is conceived of as a spirit of fire. In Avestan texts, his name means "Fire". He symbolically represents the life-animating force, which is radiating from the spirit of Ahura Mazda.

Atar or Azar Goshasb the Persian God of Fire who owns a heavy powerful horse. Atar is Son of Ahura Mazda. He battles Azhi-Dahak, the great dragon of the sky. Atar is conceived of as a spirit of fire. In Avestan texts, his name means "Fire". He symbolically represents the life-animating force, which is radiating from the spirit of Ahura Mazda.

Tir or Tistrya is Persian God of Rain and Thunder. Tir is a Persian and Armenian God devoted to Yazatas Hierarchy. The Persian god associated with the rains and fertility, the personified deity of Sirius the Dog Star. He leads the armies of Ahura Mazda against the forces of evil and he defeated the Arch-Demon Apaosa. Tir raises his spear to the sky and it thunders, then Tir raises his sword to the sky and it rains.

Tir or Tistrya is Persian God of Rain and Thunder. Tir is a Persian and Armenian God devoted to Yazatas Hierarchy. The Persian god associated with the rains and fertility, the personified deity of Sirius the Dog Star. He leads the armies of Ahura Mazda against the forces of evil and he defeated the Arch-Demon Apaosa. Tir raises his spear to the sky and it thunders, then Tir raises his sword to the sky and it rains.

Faravahar, Iran. Faravahar relief at Persepolis. / Faravahar is one of the best-known symbols of Zoroastrianism, the state religion of ancient Iran. In present-day Zoroastrianism, the faravahar is said to be a reminder of one's purpose in life, which is to live in such a way that the soul progresses towards frasho-kereti, or union with Ahura Mazda, the supreme divinity in Zoroastrianism.

Faravahar, Iran. Faravahar relief at Persepolis. / Faravahar is one of the best-known symbols of Zoroastrianism, the state religion of ancient Iran. In present-day Zoroastrianism, the faravahar is said to be a reminder of one's purpose in life, which is to live in such a way that the soul progresses towards frasho-kereti, or union with Ahura Mazda, the supreme divinity in Zoroastrianism.

Ahura Mazda is the Avestan name for a divinity of the Old Iranian religion who was proclaimed the uncreated God by Zoroaster, the founder of Zoroastrianism. Ahura Mazda is described as the highest deity of worship in Zoroastrianism, along with being the f Stock Photo

Ahura Mazda is the Avestan name for a divinity of the Old Iranian religion who was proclaimed the uncreated God by Zoroaster, the founder of Zoroastrianism. Ahura Mazda is described as the highest deity of worship in Zoroastrianism, along with being the f Stock Photo

Ahura Mazda, supreme god in ancient Iranian religion, especially in the religious system of the Iranian prophet Zoroaster (7th century–6th century bc) #Persia #Mythology #Ormazd

Ahura Mazda, supreme god in ancient Iranian religion, especially in the religious system of the Iranian prophet Zoroaster (7th century–6th century bc) #Persia #Mythology #Ormazd

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