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AHURAAssociation of Human Rights Activists
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it with local and national art and thinking Table 2: Classification of Persian architectural features in the governmental, economic, and religious systems, Source: authors Period System Effective factor Achaemenian-- Governmental Centralized and Persians system unified and strong leadership Economic Strong with system financial reserves Religious obedience of system Ahura Mazda and trilogy gods and kings Period affected--Architecture components Achaemenian-- Using arts and technology Persians of other obedience nations and integration it with local and national art and thinking Symbolic Architecture to inducepolitical, cultural and etc.
According to tradition, Noruz perpetuates and commemorates the day of the creation of the world by Ahura Mazda.
In Samarkand, they built temples to the Iranian god Ahura Mazda and others, and they portrayed Zoroastrian ceremonies on the walls of their houses.
Zoroastrian texts characterise the universe as the opposition of two poles: the Wise Lord (Ahura Mazda) and the Evil Spirit (Ahriman).
The modern Minoo succeeds in leaving Iran to attend graduate school in Columbus, Ohio, while the other Minoo discovers that she is caught in a struggle between evil god Ahriman and good god Ahura Mazda.
A badness of Angra Mainyu replies each goodness created by Ahura Mazda.
(Ahura Mazda's cosmogonic act of throwing Ahriman or Angra Mainyu from the precosmogonic abyss the latter was inhabiting into hell, where he was to stay for the same duration of three thousand years, in the Persian myth, is possibly a source of inspiration here).
Rishingiye kandi ku biganiro bisanzwe nagiranye na bagenzi banjye dukorana n'inzobere mu iyigandimi na politiki y'indimi, ndetse no ku byo mbona nk'umunyarwanda w'umwalimu mu gashami k'indimi muri Kaminuza Nkuru y'u Rwanda, usanzwe n'ubundi ahura n'ibibazo by'indimi mu Rwanda mu buzima bwa buri munsi.
These songs are in syllabic form and contain mostly Zartosht's questions or prayers to Ahura Mazda.