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A color pdf of the Pahlavi text of the Dadestan i Deng. Documents Similar To Dadestan i Denig Madigan i Hazaar Dadestan Pahlavi Manuscript F The Palhavi book entitled Dadestan i Denig or “Religious Judgements” was composed in the ninth century A.C. by the high priest Manuscihr (the brother of. Reviewed work(s): Dādestān ī Dēnīg, Part 1: Transcription, Translation and Commentary by Mahmoud Jaafari-Dehaghi. Dadestan i Denig, part.

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When any others do a good work for him who has passed away, after the passing away, and if he who has passed away did not order that good work in his lifetime, and did not bequeath it, nor was its originator, and it was not even his by design dadothen it does not go and does not reach him out at the balance. The effect of doing more good works than are necessary for attaining to the supreme heaven.

Cama Oriental Institute 48, Bombay,pp. When Zadsparam, who was the high priest of Sirjan which is located near Kerman, proposed certain new precepts, the public were not ready for change and were very unsatisfied. The thirtieth question is that which you ask thus: And with them comes the spirit of the good works which were done and instigated by them in the world, and procures them pleasure and joy in the degree and proportion of those good works.

Does the growth which increases become as commendable in the fourth night as the original good work in his possession, or does it become otherwise? What is the nature of heaven, and what are the comforts and pleasures of heaven like? Moreover, Jaafari-Dehaghi offers little is central, many terms used in the context of politeness or no comparison between Manuscihr’s style of writing and deserve a more contextual and situation-bound analysis.

It is possible, although extremely rare, for there to be more than one matla in a ghazal; in this case the second is referred to as matla-e-sani, literally the second matla. Born in in Tabriz, one of the major cities dadesatn Iranian Azerbaijan, he received his dadstan education, including the Divan of Hafez, under his father’s supervision.

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Member feedback about Sanai: That which you ordered to write about the way of knowing and understanding not being for any one else but for your servant, was owing to your denif, and for the sake of kind regard; but on account of the importance of truth it is more expressly to be regarded as being proper to write also to other spiritual 8 men, as to the learning which is more fully studied by them.

It is commonly summarized in accord with its contextual implications of ‘truth’ and ‘right eousness ‘, ‘order’ and ‘right working’. Best known for his novel The Blind Owl, he was one of the earliest Iranian writers to adopt literary modernism in their career. The thirteenth question is that which you ask thus: Div on a Stamp of Azerbaijan Daeva Avestan: It is taken for granted that the reader has nology had to clear the way for another set of terms encour- prior deenig of previous scholarly works on this book, aged by religious leaders.

The concluding folios, with the colophon, are missing. And owing to his observance of falsehood he directed falsehood and lies with avidity varenowhich were necessary for obtaining his success in his own rendering others unobservant aubeno ; even in the nine thousand cadestan hazangrok zim of falsehood that which is disregarded therein is his own falsity. And as regards the discomfort, which the same good religion of ours has had, it comes on from the opponents of ddadestan religion.


As it is said that in the fifty-seven years, which are the period of the raising of the dead, Roshan-chashm in Arzah, Khur-chashm in Savah, Fradat-gadman in Fradatafsh, Varedat-gadman in Vidatafsh, Kamak-vakhshishn in Vorubarst, and Kamak-sud deniv Vorujarsht, while Soshans in the illustrious dadestam pure Khwaniras is connected with them, are immortal.

Hvare-chaeshman], Fradat-gadman [Fradat-hvareno], Varedat-gadman [Av. The reply is this, that thus the high-priests have said, that the Daitih peak is in Airan-vej [Eranwej], in the middle of the world; reaching unto the denigg of that peak is that beam-shaped dar-kerpo spirit, the Chinwad bridge, which is thrown across from the Alburz enclosure var back to the Daitih dadetsan.

All in all, information about specific persons in those days is scanty, it the publication of Jahangiri’s findings is a welcome contri- is useful to know why members of the community presented bution since there is a lack of fundamental research on socio- Manuscihr with a long list of questions about a wide range linguistic dimensions of Persian.

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For streams and waters dadestna themselves and consume that fat, and are digested by the vital fire [vohu-fryan fire] which is in the life of the creatures of Ohrmazd; and from fat the corpses and dead matter are reduced unto dregs of clay and dadsstan matter, even with the dust they are mingled and become scattered about.

What is the sin of not repeating the full grace before drinking, and how can one atone for it? And the unpleasantness of his path to hell is in similitude such as the worldly one in the midst of that stinking and dying existence hastanthere where numbers of the sharp-pointed darts tezo muk dujo are planted out inverted and point upwards, and they come unwillingly running; they shall not allow them to stay behind, or to make delay.

For the bone through its hardness, when no dadestzn fat is with it, and it does not become a holder of dadestaj damp, is itself essentially dry; and it becomes unconsumable and attaining durability, through dryness, out of the dead matter even for perpetuity.

The varza is a metal rod, about one centimer in thickness, often crowned with a bull’s head. Member feedback about Avicenna: The stemma on p.

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He is considered as the father of modern Persian poetry. Do they revoke sins or not?

Anklesaria and Bharucha, introduction p. The sky is in three thirds, of which the one at the top is joined to the endless light, in which is the constantly-beneficial space; the one at the bottom reached to the gloomy abyss, in which is the fiend full of evil; and one is between those two thirds which are below and above. The twenty-first question is that which you ask thus: Modern Iran, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan and the greater region influenced by Persian culture such as Georgia, Armenia, Turkey and Dagestan celebrate this national epic.

The collection contains five epic poems: The same third night, on the fresh arrival of a dawn, the treasurer of good works, like a handsome maiden kanikocomes out to meet it with the store of its own good works; and, dadetsan by witches pariko-chindthe sin and crime unatoned for atokhto come on to the account and are justly accounted for.


At the age of 16 she was married to satirist Parviz Shapour. There, he initially denjg on to study engineering in Belgium, which he abandoned after a year to study architecture in France. And it is the limited, perishable, and consumable things of the world’s existence which are the imperishable and inconsumable ones of the existence of endless light, the indestructible ones of the all-beneficial and ever-beneficial space gunjand the all-joyful ones — without a single day’s vexation — of the radiant supreme heaven Garothman.

And such rulers are great and pre-eminent; yet every man is not for that greatness, but it is mentioned as to superior beings and concerning righteous men, in whom it has arisen, and the best are the three who are the beginning, middle, and end of the creation.

The entire text contains ninety-two questions and answers, the first forty of which were edited without translation by Tahmuras Dinshah Anklesaria and published after his death by his son Peshotan Kavashah Anklesaria.

The thirty-fifth question is that which you ask thus: It is then understandable that good believer? And his existence is so full of malice, deceit, seductiveness, unobservance, destructiveness, and destruction that he has no voice except for accomplices ham-budikan and antagonists, except also for his own creatures and gossips when their hearts are desirous of evil, seducing, destroying, making unobservant, causing malice, and bearing envy.

Kavi Syavarshan], he who is an eminent doer avarkar like Kai-Khusro, he who is exalted like Kai-Vishtasp, he who is completely good like the righteous Zartosht, he who arranges the world like Peshyotanu, he who is over the religion dino-avarag like Aturo-pad [Adurbad], he who is liturgical like Ushedar, he who is legal like Ushedarmah, and he who is metrical and concluding like Soshans.

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And dneig it are all comfort, pleasure, joy, happiness vashidagihand welfare, more and better even than the greatest and most supreme welfare and pleasure in the world; and there is no want, pain, distress, or discomfort whatever in it; and its pleasantness and: And its similitude is such as when a man’s handsome and seemly suit of clothes is his own, and he wears it on his body and is handsomer, more splendid, and more seemly than another man who wears a suit of clothes, dadesfan like manner, which is his own by theft.

The third night, in the light of dawn, what is the reason for consecrating separately the three sacred cakes [dron] with three dedications shnuman? The seven immortal rulers in the region of Xwaniratha before the coming of the good religion.

Dadestqn Blind Owl ; Persian: Manushchihar is the author of another major Pahlavi book named the ‘Dadestan-i Denig’.

Imprisoned by her father in the last 20 years of her life at Salimgarh Fort, Delhi, Princess Zeb-un-Nissa is remembered as a poet, and her writings were collected posthumously as Diwan-i-Makhfi. Islam does not have a similar neutral place where some await Judgment Day.