- Ahura Mazda
- The bowl depicts the victory of the Zoroastrian Emperor Darius (550-486 BCE), with Ahura Mazda appearing as a presence near and above the emperor. The bowl was made in Burma around 1875-1900 and is now at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco ...
- Cataphracts: Armored Warriors and their Horses of War
- The figure on top in the middle is believed to be Khosrau II. The figure to the right is Ahura Mazda, and to the left is the Persian Goddess Anahita.
- Ahura Mazda, ENLIGHTENMENT, Details, DARK Side
- Mesopotamia and Iran, abstracted their truth-heavy metaphysics with Ahura Mazda (the chronology is the object of quasi-lethal debates, and the dates differ by a millennium; I am on the side of the early dates, 1750 BCE, and not the late ones, 600 BCE, ...
- The everlasting flame
- God is addressed as Ahura Mazda. The Indian arm is polytheistic as well as monotheistic, the many gods as form of the one God, while the Iranian arm is firmly monotheistic with many demi-gods and archangels who serve God. The Iranian arm speaks of a ...
- Why it isn't 'depraved' to look at Mahishasura as the victim
- Basham also noted that it was the term Asura that was adopted by Zarathrusta in Persia “as part of the title of the great god of light, Ahura Mazda”.
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