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Pâzend texts

by Edalji KersГўspji AntiГў

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Published by Trustees of the Parsee Punchayet, Printed at the Duftur Ashdara Press in Bombay .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pahlavi language -- Texts.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcollected and collated by Ervad Edalji Kersâspji Antîa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK6191 .A5 1909
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 380, [2] p. ;
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19362693M

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Excerpt from Pâzend Texts: Collected and Collated I. For the Pazend texts of the known Pahlavi books I have used the following different M anuscripts. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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Item Preview remove-circle "This book contains all the Pazend texts now existing, except those of the Shikand Gumânik Vajâr and the Jâmâspi." ITEM_BARCODE OCLC AddeddatePages: Text in Pahlavi; preface in English.

Notes: "This book contains all the Pazend texts now existing, except those of the Shikand Gumânik Vajâr and the Jâmâspi." Description: xviii,[2] pages ; 25 cm: Responsibility: collected and collated by Ervad Edalji Kersâspji Antîa.

Text in Pahlavi, preface in English. "This book contains all the Pazend texts now existing, except those of the Shikand Gumânik Vajâr and the Jâmâspi." Description: 1 online resource (xviii,[2] pages) Responsibility: collected and collated by Ervad Edalji Kersâspji Antîa.

Bombay: Bombay education Society's Press, — p.Jâmâspi: Pahlavi, Pâzend and Persian texts, with Gujarâti transliteration of the Pahlavi Jâmâspi, English and Gujarâti translations with notes of the Pahlavi Jâmâspi, Gujarâti translation of the Persian Jâmâspi, and English translation of the Pâzend.

All the extant Pazand texts, with the exception of the Shkand Gumānīk Vichār and the Jāmāsp Nāmak, have been collected and published in the book ‘Pazend Texts’, by Ervad Edalji K. Antia, Bombay The extant Pazand texts may be divided into the following groups: (1) Pazand Afrins. - Buy Jamaspi: Pahlavi, Pazend And Persian Texts book online at best prices in India on Read Jamaspi: Pahlavi, Pazend And Persian Texts book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Jivanji Jamshedji Modi B.A.

Zend or Zand (Middle Persian: 𐭦𐭭𐭣 ‎) is a Zoroastrian technical term for exegetical glosses, paraphrases, commentaries and translations of the Avesta 's texts.

The term zand is a contraction of the Avestan language word zainti (𐬰𐬀𐬌𐬥𐬙𐬌', meaning "interpretation", or "as understood". Zand glosses and commentaries exist in several languages, including in the Avestan language itself. The Pazend texts collected in this book are important and interesting from various points of view.

Some of them show how some of the Pahlavi words and even the older Avesta words were understood in later times. Some of them throw a side light on the beliefs and customs of the times in which they were written.

pazend texts include several long and short thanksgiving, supplicatory, benedictory, confessional and penitentiary prayers composed in Sasanian times by dastoors, mostly by Aturpat Marespandan.

These Pazend prayers are also placed at the beginning and end. Pahlavi-Pazend –English Glossary & English-Pahlavi Pazend. Ervad Sheriarji Dadabhai Bharucha. The Avesta Texts. Darab Dastur Peshotan Sanjana Avesta Reader Texts, Notes, Glossary & Index. Hans Reichelt. Vendidad (Avesta text with Pahlavi) Vol-1 Steps to Prophet Zoroaster with a Book of Daily Zoroastrian Prayers.

Jamaspi; Pahlavi, Pazend and Persian Texts, with Gujarati Transliteration of the Pahlavi Jamaspi, English and Gujarati Translations with Notes of the Pahlavi Jamaspi, Gujarati Translation of the Persian Jamaspi, and English by M Bad N M Bad J M Sp,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The book belongs to the genre of andarz ("advices") literature, containing mostly practical wisdom on the benefits of drinking wine moderately and the harmful effects of overindulging in it (20, 33, 39, 50, 51, 54, 55, 59, 60), although advice on religious questions is by no means n: Khordeh Avesta, Yasna, Visperad.

The Pazand texts can be broken into three categories. Afrins – benedictory prayers, Setayshes – hymns of praise to the Divine Beings, and Nirangs – incantations and magical formula to ward of evil.

Phiroze has given beautiful explanations and introductions to all these three books, which contain many esoteric detaisl not found. The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did) Philippa Perry, Penguin Books Ltd Audible Audiobook £ £ 0.

00 £ £/5. Pazend's principal use was for writing the commentaries ("Zend") on and/or translations of the Avesta, the primary collection of sacred texts of Zoroastrianism. The word " Pazend " derives from the Avestan words "paiti zainti", which can be translated as either "for commentary purposes" or "according to understanding" (phonetically).

The Pazend or Pazand is one of the writing systems used for the Middle Persian language. Pazend's principal use was for writing the commentaries (Zend) on and/or translations of the Avesta, the primary collection of sacred texts of word "Pazend" derives from the Avestan words paiti zainti, which can be translated as either "for commentary purposes" or "according to.

- as used in the Avestā and Pazend texts in this book should be pronounced like the letters in black types in the words mentioned against them by way of example: a again, temporary, ā char, far, tar ān (ā with a slanted Italic n) nasalised, as in parlance, en passant i.

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as used in the Avestā and Pazend texts in this book should be pronounced like the letters in black types in the words mentioned against them by way of example: a again, temporary, ā char, far, tar ān nasalised, as in parlance, en passant I it, bit, fit. ī feet, meet, teeth u put, full, pull.

ū cool, fool, tool.Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month Offer expires at p.m.

(PT) Janu Offer only applies to products sold by (look for "sold by " on the product detail page). The Pahlavi, Pazend, and Persian sources. During the chaos that prevailed in Iran after the downfall of the Achaemenian empire, the Avestan language began to decay. When it grew unintelligible to the people, the learned priests undertook translations and explanations of the Avestan texts into Pahlavi, the new language which originated during.