Novruz 1372 YZ Issue of
Vohuman is dedicated to the memory of late Sir Hormusjee Naorojee
Mody for his pioneering work in the building of Modern Hong Kong
and for all the Zarathushtrian values he exemplified through the
life he lived.
The Web of Immanence
Dina in this article deals
with approaches Zarathushtra's thought offers in dealing with issues
that can come up in a person's life.
Zarathushtra's vital Message
Antia, Mazda K.
A butterfly moves its wings in one part
of the world setting into motion events causing a hurricane far away:
Zarathushtra's message can be the wing moving people's minds. Doing what
is good or "best" in is often different from doing what is advantageous
or convenient to an individual.
What Should Zarathushtrian Education Be?
Irani, Professor Kaikhosrov
Regardless of the context of
the educational situation, the religious teaching of Prophet
Zarathushtra must be the central focus. The religious vision we find in
the Gathas must be presented with a minimum of interpretative gloss.
Search of Zarathushtra," a book review
Soroushian, Dr. Mehrborzin
moment this book was released Europe in fall 2003, it was an instant
success. A time travel to discover how Zarathushtra's contributions
helped shape the evolution of human thought is covered in this well
written and interesting book.
The Life & Times of Sir Hormusjee Naorojee Mody
A highly driven self made
Zarathushti reached prominence in south eastern Asia. Mody was a
philanthropist who fueled important aspect of Hong Kong's civic life.
Palace of Darius in Biblical city of Susa, south western Iran
The ancient city of Susa has
been well known for its importance from pre-historic times till this
date. It has been the site of biblical prophet Daniel's tomb, and
capital of Elamite kingdom. Above all, Susa was the southern capital of
the Persian Empire, and favorite city of Darius the Great Walk with me
in this magnificent ancient site of immense importance.
A Discovery of Two Foreign Sects: The Sect of the Parsees
This historic document
provides a comprehensive description of Parsee community, their
religion, traditions and customs as it was observed by Henry Lord