Zoroastrian clergy, settled in Turkabade and Sharifabade, managed, obviously, bring a sacred texts and books, including the Avesta, and save them from destruction. As mentioned above, the best preserved liturgical part of the Avesta, which was due to the constant use of it during religious services and daily prayer. Preserved also Pahlavi translation of parts of the Avesta and commentaries. Zoroastrians Iezdskoy and Kerman community considered it mandatory pilgrimage to the shrines of the Zoroastrian Sassanian period, in fact, already completely destroyed; one of the shrines was devoted to Mihr (Mithra), and the other - Teshtaru (Tishtriyya). Annually Zoroastrians organized religious ceremonies on sacred rock where flowed a mountain stream - a constant source of water.
Redemptive Intimacy: A New Perspective for the Journey to Adult Faith
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