Khordeh Avesta, meaning ‘little, or lesser, or small Avesta’, is the name given to two different collections of Zoroastrian religious texts. One of the two collections. AVESTA: KHORDA AVESTA (Book of Common Prayer) part 2 Translation by James Darmesteter (From Sacred Books of the East, American Edition, ). What the Khordeh Avestā does include is not uniform. The manuscript traditions show that the core was composed of the following texts: (1) a.
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Submitted tags will afesta reviewed by site administrator before it is posted online. The selection of texts is not fixed, and so publishers are free to include any text they choose. Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp.
Dhabhar from various Mss, none of which contains khordx these selections, and of the texts contained in M. In the 19th centurywhen the first Khordeh Avesta editions were printed, the selection of Avesta texts described above together with some non-Avestan language prayers became a book of common prayer for lay people.
The nineteen stanzas divide into two parts. Thereafter, stanzas are identical to Yt. Yet there are occasional passages of unique content. The manuscript traditions show that the core was composed of the following texts: Several Khroda Avesta editions are quite comprehensive, and include Pazend prayers, modern devotional compositions such as the poetical or semi-poetical Gujarati monagat s, or glossaries and other reference lists such as dates of religious events.
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Kellens, Le verbe avestiqueWiesbaden, The avezta then also extends to the twenty-one yashts and the thirty Siroza texts, but does not usually encompass the various Avestan language fragments found in other works. This page was last edited on 13 Januaryat The vast majority of Mss.
The alternative title indicates that the prayer is to be recited after morning necessities. Khordeh Avesta avestta, meaning ‘little, or lesser, or small Avesta’, is the name given to two different collections of Zoroastrian religious texts. In that respect, they must have been composed late in the Sasanian period, at the earliest.
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Topic select a topic If you enter several tags, separate with commas. Views Kohrda Edit View history. Although all these canonical texts are in Avestan, they are almost entirely drawn from other parts of the Avestan corpus.