Zoroastrianism or the Religion of the Parsis is a monotheistic form of religion. Its founder was the Holy Zarathushtra Spitama (Zartosh-i-Spitaman) i.e., Zoroaster, the descendant of Spitama. The religion believes in the existence of one God, whom it knows under the names of Mazda, Ahura and Ahura-Mazda, the last form being one that is most commonly found in the later writings of Avestha. The religion has undergone more than usual fluctuations and vicissitudes.
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