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Manifestation of Evil in Persian Mythology from the Perspective of the Zoroastrian Religion

@article{Ebrahimi2013ManifestationOE,
  title={Manifestation of Evil in Persian Mythology from the Perspective of the Zoroastrian Religion},
  author={Seyed Reza Ebrahimi and ElnazValaeiBakhshayesh},
  journal={International Journal of English Language and Literature Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-9}
}
Zoroastrian religion, which was first founded in ancient Iran before Islam, introduces the constant conflict between Ahura Mazda, known as the benevolent, omniscient and endless light, and Ahriman which is the endless and absolute darkness and aims to demolish Ahuramazda. For this purpose, Ahriman creates six demons of evil thought including Akoman (equivalent to AvestanAkemManah), Indar, Naonhaithya, Saurva, Taurvi and finally Zauriwhich are incarnated as villains to counter Ahura Mazda’s… Expand
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