Live your life well

The essence of Zoroastrianism is in doing the right thing
Farrokh Jijina

The practice and beliefs of any religion change dramatically over time, especially one as ancient as Zoroastrianism is believed to be. "But there are some factors that are constant,” noted Dr Dinyar Patel, historian and assistant professor at S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research. "Ahura Mazda is fundamentally good…He is not responsible for evil in this world…Humans are hum-kars (meant to help Ahura Mazda achieve good).” The emphasis on religious purity has been yet another constant as is the focus on charity and truth. Patel was anchoring a conversation with Zoroastrianism expert and Bombay Parsi Punchayet trustee Noshir......

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