Do You Know the god of parsi people? Or do you want to know that zorastrians follow which god? 

Some people believe in God, while others do not, and still, others are undecided. There are three types of people: theists, atheists, and agnostics. It’s hard to claim you don’t believe in God when you’re operating within the framework of Zarathushtra’s faith. Our religion teaches us about God’s existence and opens our minds to the celestial realms. Ahura Mazda is the alpha and omega of all human existence.

The supreme being in Zoroastrianism is Ahura Mazda which also means Wise Lord, an uncreated and benevolent god of wisdom.

Since they cannot see God, some people do not believe in Him. A Zarathushtrian, on the other hand, cannot doubt Him. The Prophet prays to Ahura Mazda in the Gathas, seeking a glimpse of Him, union with Him, His Grace and Protection, and assistance against evil powers, among other things. The most important thing to remember from this is that Ahura Mazda does exist.

We Zarathushtrians pay tribute to all of nature’s life-giving elements. Each element has its own divinity that watches over it and looks after its well-being. Those divinities are also honoured by us. All of these divinities, however, were established by Ahura Mazda, the Greatest Divinity. As a result, He is SUPREME.

This does not, however, imply that Ahura Mazda has a shape. He is completely devoid of structure. In reality, all Sacred Beings are formless and unseen, and Ahura Mazda is the “andarach minoan mino,” or the most invisible of all invisible beings. Mino-tum, which means “most unseen,” is one of his 101 calls.

Ahura Mazda is the ‘Holiest Celestial Being’ and the ‘Most Exalted of Righteousness.’ The divine Lord can only be seen by the spiritual eye, just as physical objects can only be seen by the physical eye.

While many people are afraid of God’s wrath, some are enraged at the prospect of trying to please an uncertain God. Often have in mind that the Lord of Wisdom is All-Good and All-Pure. What is imaginative is also benevolent and protective.

He always was, He is and will always be. He exists outside of time. In the 101 names of Dadar Ahura Mazda, the fourth name is ‘abdah’ and the fifth name is ‘abi­anjam’. They mean ‘without beginning’ and ‘without end’.

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