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The book of Arda Viraf

The book of Arda Viraf

the Pahlavi text prepared by Destur Hoshangji Jamaspji Asa

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Published by Govt. Central Book Depot in Bombay .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pahlavi literature,
  • Pahlavi literature -- Translations into English,
  • Hell -- Hinduism

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesYōsht-ī Fryāno. English & Pahlavi. 1872., Avesta. Hadokht nask. English, Pahlavi & Avestan.
    Statementrev. and collated with further mss., with an English translation and introd., and an appendic containing the texts and translations of the Gosht-i Fryano, and Hadokht-nask, by Martin Haug, assisted by E. W. West.
    ContributionsHoshangjī Jamaspjī Asa., Haug, Martin, 1827-1876., West, Edward William, 1824-1905.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK6197 .A713, Microfilm 66231 PK
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, lxxxvii, 316 p. ;
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5256401M
    LC Control Number75329707

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His book narrates a vision of heaven and hell which Viraf saw in an inspired dream or vision. Most of the brief book is given here, except where the details of hell become too bestial, too coarsely sordid for modern taste.

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The Book of Arda Viraf seems anomalous in the context of these works, but it has survived into the present day as a popular religious text. A Book of Scriptures (or Hadhokht Nask) dates from the sixth century CE. This work is a dialog between Zarathustra and Ahura Mazda, the supreme god of Zoroastrianism, on the fate of the soul on the four.

7 The Book Of Arda Viraf. Photo credit: This holy text of Zoroastrianism is considered the “Iranian Divine Comedy.” The work follows Arda Viraf as he descends into the underworld. As legend goes, Arda Viraf consumed wine and henbane to enter a trance.

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[1] It describes the dream-journey of a devout Zoroastrian (the 'Viraf' of the story) through the next world. Due to the ambiguity inherent to Pahlavi script, 'Viraf' (the name of the protagonist) may also be transliterated as 'Wiraf', 'Wiraz' or 'Viraz'.

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It contains about 8, words. It describes the dream-journey of a devout Zoroastrian (the Wīrāz of the story) through the next world. The text assumed its definitive form in the 9thth.