Talk:Culture of Tajikistan

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The original text had paragraph breaks, but they weren't wikified. I quick and dirty wikified the lot of it. No idea about the articles validity... Alan De Smet 16:34, 11 Aug 2004 (UTC)

"Zoroaster, a preacher, started the worlds' first religion that worshipped Fire and the Sun." that can't be true. rhyax 18:00, 6 Sep 2004 (UTC)

  • This shouldn't be merged. Compared to most national cultures it actually is of decent length. The sentence is incorrect, its the first monotheistic religion, I have no idea about the Fire and Sun since its not polytheistic. Falphin 00:38, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)
  • Fixed the sentence on Zoroastrianism. Don't know where the writer got Fire and Sun from, but Zoroaster actually taught about gods of Good and Evil and built the foundation for organized religion's moral codes.