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How to Pronounce mazdaism?

Correct pronunciation for the word "mazdaism" is [mˈazde͡ɪˌɪzəm], [mˈazde‍ɪˌɪzəm], [m_ˈa_z_d_eɪ_ˌɪ_z_ə_m].

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"Mazdaism" in context

Mazdaism is an ancient Iranian religion that has been around for thousands of years. It is derived from the teachings of the prophet Zarathustra and practiced by many people in Iran and surrounding countries. It is a polytheistic religion that believes in a single God, Ahura Mazda, who is the creator and overseer of the universe. Ahura Mazda is surrounded by other lesser gods, called yazatas, who help maintain and sustain the universe. The central teaching of Mazdaism is the practice of good deeds, or asha.


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