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Zand-i wahman yasn (Persian:زند بهمن یشت) is a middle Persian book, written in the 6th century. The Bahman Yasht, usually called the 'Zand of the Vohûman Yast', professes to be a prophetical work, in which Ahura Mazda gives Zoroaster an account of what was to happen to the Persian people and their religion in the future.
- W. Sundermann, "BAHMAN YAŠT" in Encyclopaedia Iranica. Accessed link at Nov 2010 at: 
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