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Pir-e-Sabz, ancient Zoroastrian fire temple in Yazd Province
Pir-e Sabz is one of the most sacred Zoroastrian shrines left in the world. The fire temple is located in a hamlet by the name of Chak Chak, which literally means “drip drip,” in reference to the freshwater spring inside the temple.
Zoroastrian leader: Norouz is for all, regardless of language, ethnicity, religion
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Zoroastrian Sadeh festival celebrated in Yazd
Sadeh festival, a mid-winter celebration, was observed on Jan. 29 in Iran’s central province of Yazd by the Zoroastrian Youth Organization in cooperation with the Yazd Zoroastrian Association.
MP: Corona outbreak proved solidarity between Iran’s Zoroastrian expats, people
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki
Zoroastrian MP: Followers of divine religions in Iran free to exercise rituals
Respect for the rights of religious minorities are of high significance and symbol of respect to civil rights in different societies.
Expediency Council passes law allowing minorities to become city councils member
Yazd City Council head: Efforts underway to prevent Zoroastrian councilor’s dismissal
By Sadeq Dehqan
Zoroastrian feast held at archeological site
Zoroastrian Gahanbar feast, or Azar Goshnasp (The Fire of the Warrior Kings), was held in Takht-e Soleyman, located in Takab in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azarbaijan.
Zoroastrian Ossuaries discovered in SE Iran
Zoroastrian ossuaries were discovered in the Tower of Silence in Torkabad, Yazd, during the first season of archeological excavations.
Khorshidian: Sadeh Festival aimed at promoting peace
By Sadeq Dehqan & Hamideh Hosseini
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