Posted by on Aug 19, 2007 in Other Parsi Stuff | 3 comments

The Parsi Zoroastrian Calendar has Thirty (30) Days.

They are given below, alongwith their meaning:

 

  • Hormazd – Lord of Wisdom
  • Bahman – Good Mind
  • Ardibehesht – Truth & Order
  • Shehrevar – Great Power
  • Asfandarmad – Devotion
  • Khordad – Perfection
  • Amerdad – Immortality
  • Dae-pa-adar – Giver of Fire
  • Adar – Fire
  • Ava – Water
  • Khorshed – Sun
  • Mohor – Moon
  • Tir – Star
  • Gosh – Cow
  • Dae-pa-meher – Giver of Friendship
  • Meher – Friendship
  • Sarosh – Prayer
  • Rashne – Judge
  • Fravardin – Guardian Spirit
  • Behram – Victory
  • Mino Ram – Joy and Peace
  • Govad – Wind
  • Dae-pa-din – Giver of Religion
  • Din – Religion
  • Ashishvangh – Wealth
  • Ashtad – Justice
  • Asman – Sky
  • Zamyad – Earth
  • Manrespand – Holy Words
  • Aneran – Endless Light

To find out what is the corresponding zoroastrian calendar day to the conventional world calender try out this wonderful conversion tool here.

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