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Zand Akasih (Greater Bundahishn)

Zand Akasih (Greater Bundahishn)

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The Pahlavi text Zand Akasih: Iranian or Greater Bundahishn by Anklesaria. In transcription form.

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The Pahlavi text Zand Akasih: Iranian or Greater Bundahishn by Anklesaria. In transcription form.

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IA
O-iKASIH
:
'.
...,
IRANIAN
OR
CREATER
BUNDAHISN
"
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,
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.
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TRANSltTERATtONAND
TRANSLATIONrN
ENGlISH
by
.BEHRAMGORETEHMURAS
ANKlESARrA.
M.
A.
FormerlyPrl.ndpal,SirJam.etjiIeeJeebhoy
ZarthoshtJ
Madressa
and
MuUa
FeerozeMadressa.Bomba1.
PubUshed
for
the
RahnumaeMazdayasnan
Sabha
by
1U
:Honorary
SecretaryDastur
Framroze
A.
Bode.
BOMBAY
/
 
2b
Lac.1
ZAND-A
KASIH
[BUN
-DAHISN]
PREFACE
[0.Khsnayisn-i
Datu
Aahr-mazd-i
ray-aamand-i
khVareh-ailmand-ihar-visp-akaB-idana-i
tabA.na.-i
mahest,-hu-mat,hukht,hft-varstpaminisn,gtlbisn,
kunisn,'-;
hamaYazdan-iminuyanuYaztlin-igetAan.
1.
Pa
nevakdahisnukhup-mUrvMh,
khvG.hom
5nipist,
pa
dutakhtar-inevak,pa-dastO-barih-iYazdandust-ihama-khrat-iasahih-varzi\Ar-ikerpa.-dftst-i
YazcZan
sanas-imintly-vin-iveMn-pasend,dast6-bar-i
Din:..i
veh-iMazd-yastan,Anasa-rftMo
Spend-ya.~
M:a.h-vindd~
RftstomSatr-iyar,niwisa
Bftn-dahisn1h.
10
2.
Ezmatan-i
TtLziyan
0AirAn-satr,rtlbAyinitanya-sandfts-dinihudfts-khVayih,
ez
kayanhtl-dinih,
u
ezdin-hOrta-ranIl.zarmigih,an-Mtuvarizan
bft~
baho~;
sakhuni~-i
zopruawad,
U
hu-ehimaYih-i.chisan,
minisnih-ikunisn,
r~lst
chimsakhun,ezayiylltayih
15
u
danisn-iplltramaflzit·3.Vat-zamanih
Ta,
oi-eha-iez
du~-i
awar
m~ndagii.n,
ilkayandiu-b6ytuan,
()
raham
it
r1sta-ioi-sandus-dinang6mikht;
t1
paiw-rug,
an-ihft-dinansakhunubrahamapra-stisn
11
karta.,
pa!hO,
aerang
dast-hend.
4.
Oi-eha
k~,
pa.
in
5
ira-hang
u
dz
arnukhtanklimabatez
ja.k
jAk,paarag
it
ranj
udils-warayih,
()
khves
ka~
sllest
ne-tubll.n~btlt·
]
t
]""
.
.
TRADITIONAL
INFORMATION
[
GENESIS]
PREFACE
[0.Rejoicing
unto
the
Crea.ror
6hr-mazd,Who
is
Radiant,Glorious
and
All-knowing,Wise,Ca.pable
and
the
Groo,fmt,
-with
good-thought,
good-word
and
good-deed
inmeditation,utterance
and
a.otion,
-and
unto
all
the
spiritual
.Ya.za.\B
and
earthly
Yazate·
1.
With
luckydispensation
and
good-omen,I-will
write
in
the
seoondfortunate-constellation,during
the
pri-
ma.oy
of
AnOsa.-rtlbAn
Spend-ya.~MA.h-vinda~
Rt1stOm
Satr
iyu,
the
friend-of-God,of-entire-wisdom,practicer-oj-piety,friend-oj-righteousness,recogniser-oj-God,spiritual-seer,
loved
by-the-good,
the
primate
of
the
good
Mazd-yastanReligion,
and
writer
oj
the
B
11
n-
dahi
8
n.
A
2.Owing-to
the
coming
of
the
Arabs
ro
Iran-sahr,
and
theirpromulgation
oj
heterodoxy
and
ill-will,orthodoxy
has
vanished
and
fled
from
the
magnates,
and
respectabilityfrom
the
upholders-oj-religion;deepwonderfulutterances,and
the
proper-reasoning
oj
things,meditationjoraction,
and
word
oj
truereason,
have
fadedfrom
the
memory
and
knowledge
of
the
popula.oe.
3.On-aooount-ofevil-times,even-he
of
the
family
of
nobles,
and
the
ma.gna.~
upholding-the-religion,
have
joined
the
faith
a.nd
path
of
thoseheretics;
and
for
the
sake
of
prestige,they-haoo-defiled,withblemishes,
the
word,dress,worship
and
usages
of
the
faithful.4.
He-too,
who
.had
the
desire
to-lea.rnthisscienceandsecret,could-not
poe81bly
a.ppropriate
them,
fromplace
to
place,
even
withpain,trouble
and
difficulty.]
 
O.
[An]Zand-A.kA,8ih:
nazd-ist,
awar
bo.n~8-
ti
h-l
Afihr-mazd
fi
~~i-yA.ra.yib-t
GanA.-mlnt\y;
pas,
awar
eho.nlh-[lgeh,sn]dam,ez
bfin-dahisnih
a.ndA
fra-jlIm-t
tan-i
pas-in,chilnez
Din-iMazd-yastin
10
[~tA;
pas,
awarHlr
iez
Kaylin
dA8~a.;-pa.vi
eharisnih.ehi-ihtiohtinth.
..
CHAPTER
I
1.
Pa.
vell
Din,]
a.vin
~tA,
kn:
Atihr-mazd
btlesti,
plio
har-visp-AkAsih
0.
v~hih,
[zamAn-"
&-
.kenAra.,]
andar
R6snih,.hama.
but.
2.-An
R6snih
gAs
ti
jAk-l
Atihr-maul;
hast-
·ke
'A-ea.r
Rbsnih'
gliy~t;
tiitn
har-viBp-4k,ABih
ti
v"hih,
15
hama,
I
Atihr-mazd;
hast
ke
Din
gfiy~;
Din
ylm
3b
har-<ltl
vi-ch1ri8n
:
~va.k,
an-i
ha.ma.,
i
ZamiD-l
A-kenA.ra.;
ehlin,Atihr-mazdti
GAs
ti
Din
ft
Zamin-i
Auhr-mazd
bti~hend;
-
3.
Ahri-man,
andar
tArikth,.
plio
paa-dAnimlh
1\
zattr-kAmaylh,z6pr-pAya.
bti~.
4.-
VlU
za.t"Ar-klm.a.Yih
khitm;ti
An
t&rikth
jAk;
bast
ke'A-ea.r
Tarikih'
gtiye~.-
5.
Va.dn
miyllnTohtgih
b1i~,-ba8f;
ke
'Vie'
G
gtiyend-,
ke-s
g6mezim
pat&B.
.6.
Hal"-dl1
hendkenAJ:a..&6mandth
t\
,..keDi.m
all.mandih.
7.
Chi,.
bllestth
An
t'A-ea.r
R6mih'
gt1y~t,-[ka,
'neaa.r-atimand'-;]
t\
~pr-P&ya.
In
I
'A-sar
'Thrikih,'
[11
ltn
hast
&-kenArayth.
8.
'0'
pa
vimand,har-dll.kenAra-a.o.mand,J-ku,-8IU-mlyAD
10
T6higih,
11
a.Gvak
6
du~
~Mva&.hend.-
CHAPTER
1,
1-8
TITLE
O.
[The]
Informatio~-of-the-Tradition:
~t,
asregards
the
0
rigina
t
ion
ofOhr-mazd
and
the
oppoSltipn
of
the
Evil-Spirit;then,a.s-regards
the
nature
[of
the
earthly]
creatures,from
the
0
rig
ina
I-
ere
a.
t
ion
till
the
end
of
the
finalmaterial-life,-
as
is
[evident]from
the
Mazd-yastanReligion;
[then,
as-regard8
the
Possessions
held
f
r.o
ill
the
Kay
Ii
n
s
;-with
e~planation,
wherea.bouta
and
detail.]
CHAfTER
I
1.
It
is
thusrna-nifest,[in
the
good
Religion]:Ohr-rna.zd
was,.
for~ver,
at-the-highest,
in
the
Light,
Uor
infinite
time]
owing-toomniscience
and
goodness.
2.-Th~
Light
is
the
place
and
locationofOhr-mazd;
there
is
someone
who
calls
it
'Endless
Light';andthe
omniscience
a.nd
goodness
are,
for~ver,
ofOhr-ma.za;
there
is
someone
whocalls
them
'Revelation';
Revela.tion
kas
the
interpretation
of
both
these:
one,
that
of
the
etemal,
ofInfinite
Time;
just-aswereOhr-rnazd,Space,Revela.tion
and
Time
of
Oh,.-mazd;
-.
3.
Ahri-manwas,
at
the
abysrnal-station,
in
darkness,owing-toafter-wit
and
destruetiv~esire.
.
4.-His
deetruetive-desire
is
rnw;a.nd
that
darkness
is
hif
looa.tion;
there
is
some
one
who
OQ,lla
it
t
Endlestl.
Darkness'.-
5.
Betwixtthem
wa.s
Void,-
there
are
some
who
call
it
,
Ether'-,
wherein
wa.s
their
joining..
6.
They
both
h&ve
iinit.eness
a.nd
infinity.7.
For,
the
utmost-height
is
that
which
one
calla
t
Endless
Light,'
[that
is,
it
is
'not
limited'-;]
and
the
abY8lDa.I~on
is
the
t
EndlessDarkness',
[and
that
is
infinity.
8.
Andowing-toboundary,
bolih
are
finit.e,]-that
is,
betwixtthem
is
a
Void,
and
theya.re-not-oonnected
withea.oh
other.-

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