Zoroastrian Fire Temple at Yazd, Iran


Fire  is the manifestation of  great God Ahura Mazda in  the Zoroastrian religion

The Great Fire Temple at Yazd  enshrines the holy fire called Atash Bahram , meaning “Victorious Fire”.  The sacred fire of the temple is stated to have been burning since about 470 AD, originally started by the  Sassanian shah. It has been  revered, nurtured and kept continuously  alight during various moves till reaching Yazd   in 1934

There is a representation of the winged deity  Ahura Mazda  embedded on the front door of the temple. The sacred fire in Yazd  is one of  the nine Atash Bahrams in the world , the rest are in India .



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