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Title: Comparative study of vedas and ancient Iran worships
Researcher: Moghaddam, Sayyed Hassan Alamdar
Guide(s): Bapat, Shailaja
Upload Date: 4-May-2011
University: University of Pune
Completed Date: April 2009
Abstract: According to the scholars opinion the indo- Iranian people have lived in the Asia Minor or the areas of Ural Sea in Russia or worth Poe areas. They migrated to earn their living and dispersed in the various countries accompanied by their language and civilization. These people in process of the time completed their language and expanded it. In the beginning of the period of migration some group of indo- Iranian people migrated to Iran and some other people came to the middle Asia. This group after passing from crossing of North- Western of Hidnukush Mountains arrived to Sapta- Sindhu land namely Seven Rivers land in Punjab. The people who dwell in India were called Aryan and they who came to the Iranian Plateau were called Ariyand#257;n or Aeryan . Both of them mean noble as the name of Iran has been derived from this root. newline It is evident which the inhabitants of Iran and India in spite of having one origin, they were gradually transformed in the new environment and generated two different civilization from the basis of ancient civilization of Asia. Both of them worship the nature elements, because of their primary civilization. They sang to worship of the manifestation of the nature. Indian Mantras have retained in the form of Veda books which are knowledge books and Iranian Gand#257;thand#257; which are base of Avesta, has been sung in description of ancient Iranian Gods.
Pagination: xiii, 286p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/2039
Appears in Departments:Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages

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