The Mehrgan 2005 issue is dedicated to the
Zarathushtrian ideal of each individual striving to become a moral
leader rather than a blind follower.
Shah-Nameh – A Teaching Tool
The Shah-Nameh is the
history of Persia, particularly its legendary Mazdayasni Zarathushti
ancient times to 7th century CE, when the last Zarathushti
king was defeated in battle by the conquering Arabs.
Judaism in Persia’s Shadow
The influence of
Achaemenian secular state on evolution of the Judaic
faith and nascent Christianity is the subject discussed in this book
on 'Judaism in Persia's Shadow'. This article is an informative review of this
The Life and Work of Mirza Soroush Lohrasb
The dedication, care and resilience shown by this
educator and community advocate made great difference in the lives of many
whom he touched in earlier decades of the twentieth century, Yazd, Iran.
The legendary Rose of Iran
(Kerr, Dr. Sam)
The legendary Rose of Iran and its exquisite
fragrance have been admired for millennia. The Rose had been nominated as
‘The National Treasure of Persia’ long before any other nation deemed a
rose a National Flower Emblem. It continues to capture the imagination of poets and intellectuals.
Maneckji Limji Hatari in Iran
A historical narrative
on the course of events that lead to the arrival of Maneckji Hataria in
Iran in mid 19th century, and the impact of his tireless efforts to
ameliorate the conditions of Zarathushtrians of Iran.
Zarathushtrian Perspective on the Spiritual Needs
of the Senior Citizens (Bagli,
Ervad Dr. Jehan)
This thought provoking paper analyzes the process of
ageing in the context of the immutable law of Asha, and the
vitality that humans can draw on.