Zoroastrians across the world observe Zartosht no-diso to commemorate the death anniversary of Zarathustra, the founder of the Zoroastrianism religion. Also known as Zarthost no deeso or Zartusht-no-diso, the occasion is one of the most important days of mourning for the Parsis round the globe. The occasion is observed on the 11th day, known as Khorshed, of the tenth month of the Parsi calendar, Dae. Marked with great honor and spirits, the celebrations revolve around the life of the prophet. To know more about how the occasion of Zathost no deeso is celebrated, browse through the following lines.
How Is Zarthost No Deeso Celebrated
People is large numbers visit the fire temples and offer prayers in remembrance of the holy prophet. Special prayers are recited, which everyone takes part in wholeheartedly. Various lectures and discussions are organized about the life and different works of Prophet Zoroaster. The Atash Behrams and Atash Adarans are filled with a large number of mobeds, Zoroastrian clerics that serve as celebrant priests at the Yasna ceremony, especially brought in for the occasion. The Zoroastrians try to inherit the message that was once given by Ahura Mazda to Zoroaster, the three basic tenets of the religion to be followed. These tenets are good thoughts, good words and good deeds.