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He was the first of fifteen successive prophets, the thirteenth of whom was Zoroaster and the last was Sasan, from whom the Sassanid Dynasty may be supposed to trace their descent. Their writings are said to be collected in the Dasatir-i-Asmani.
The Paiman-i-Farhang (Excellent Covenant) is Mahabads code of laws.
- The Dabestan-e Madaheb, or 'School of religious doctrines' - Section III
- Zoroastrian Elements In The Qur'an And Traditions Of Islam
- M.N. Dhalla: History of Zoroastrianism (1938), part 6, Chapter L, MYSTICS AND MYSTICISM
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