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How to Pronounce Mazdean?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Mazdean" is [mˈazdi͡ən], [mˈazdi‍ən], [m_ˈa_z_d_iə_n].

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"Mazdean" in context

Mazdean is an ancient pre-Islamic Iranian religion, which dates back to at least the 5th century BCE. It is believed to have been founded by the prophet Zoroaster in what is now Southwest Iran. It was the official religion of the ancient Persian empire and is still practiced by minority groups in Iran and other parts of the Middle East. Mazdean is based on the teachings of Zoroaster and consists of teachings that emphasize a dualistic worldview where a benevolent Creator (Ahura Mazda) is opposed by an evil spirit (Ahriman).

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