Where are the most country that have zoroastrianism religion?
Iran is first I believe, then India.
Yes they do, the zoroastrianism religion is a sacred and old religion which once was the most popular religion in the world, today it is worshipped by 200000 people worldwide and is mainly followed in India, Pakistan, Iran and other Persian areas. The zoroastrianism belief system forms the base for many modern day religions such as Islam, Christianity and judaism. The zoroastrianism believes that when they die 4 days they reconnect their fravashi (spirit) with…
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the first religion to teach monotheism was judaism of the hebrews and it later influenced chritianity and islam. Answer 2: In recorded history (i.e., that which we officially know to date), the most likely religion to first teach monotheism was Zoroastrianism, which predates Judaism. Like Christianity, Islam, and Judaism: a satanic figure, less powerful than the supreme deity, was and is also found in Zoroastrianism.
A: No. The Prophet Zarathushtra (Greek: Zoroaster) is believed to have introduced Zoroastrianism in the ancient Indo-Iranian homeland of southern Russia, around 4,000 years ago as an essentially monotheistic development of an even older polytheistic religion. In fact, there is evidence of religious activity going back at least 30,000 years. However, Zoroastrianism is arguably the oldest monotheistic religion in the world.
The Persian Empire introduced the religion of Zoroastrianism, founded by the prophet Zoroaster (who is also known as Zarathustra). The religion of Zoroastrianism has been almost completely extinguished in Persia (which is now Iran) by Islam, however it does survive in India, where immigrants from Persia are known as Parsis, and the religion has become known as Parsi.
For the most part, NO. Shiite Islam has supplanted Zoroastrianism as the primary religion of Iran. However, some cultural effects of Zoroastrianism remain in Iran and have become part of the Iranian national culture. The most commonly known of these cultural legacies is the celebration of Nourouz or Persian New Year.