Aban-yasht (Avesta Hymn to praise soranahid ordu)

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Publish Date : 5/4/2015
Aban-yasht (Avesta Hymn to praise soranahid ordu) compiled by chargiz molaei, the 12th book from a set of »Ancient Iran Studies collection« in 370 pages. This is a scientific translation and research on the Fifth yasht of Avesta conducted by Dr. Molaei.

 

Aban-yasht (Avesta Hymn to praise soranahid ordu) compiled by chargiz molaei, the 12th book from a set of »Ancient Iran Studies collection« in 370 pages. This is a scientific translation and research on the Fifth yasht of Avesta conducted by Dr. Molaei.

The fifth yasht of Avesta enjoys a spectacular feature among ancient yashts due to the content. various materials as well as its special structure.

From one hand, this yasht contains the oldest epics remained from of legendary narratives on Iran History has been reported in a particular style and order and from the orther hand. it includes the best pieces of song decrining one of Ancient Iran Izad Banoo Kish. Additionally, both from its firm and credential language point of view, which has drawn a great attention from linguists and lexicographers, and also due to its sufficient and rich materials is suitable for researchers in order to study poetic structures, eloquence and Avesta Poetic rhythm.

The western scientists who welcomed studying this yasht and have written articles about that. have often considered only one of the fundamental issues about this yasht and have delved into other subjects out of this category; therefore, it was absolutely essential to conduct a comprehensive research to rectify and edit the text of such a long Avesta Hymn, explain and report it referring incessantly to the Iranian scholars and lexicographers research and publishings as well as using the scientific achievements of scientidts in religions, history, geography, culture and myths of Iran. The present report is an endeavor to realise such an important issue.

 

 

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