|Statement||by H.E. Eduljee.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.P3 E38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 197 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||197|
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eduljee, H.E. Kisseh-i Sanjan. Bombay: K.R. Cama Oriental Institute, (OCoLC) Product Description. Kisseh-i-Sanjan by Dr H E Eduljee ( pages; ) Dr Eduljee’s two part article on the Kisseh-i-Sanjan in Parsiana magazine, published in was much appreciated and the Institute considered reprinting the article in pamphlet r, the author decided that a detailed study of the Kisseh was called for and this book is the result of his labour. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Kisseh-i Sanjan. H. E. Eduljee. K.R. Cama Oriental Institute, - Parsees - pages. 0 Reviews. Articles on the early history of the Parsis in India. Articles on the early history of the Parsis in India. catalogue key.
I read Shillahràyán, not Sháhràyàn, for the reasons stated in the paper on Jadi Rana and the Kisseh-i-Sanjan. Shan, 'them', but it may also mean "dignity, stature." i.e. outward professions as well as the really secret doctrines. Persecuted sects were often under the necessity of having two sets of opinions, one for home and the. Buy Kisseh-i Sanjan by Eduljee, H. E (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : H. E Eduljee. Buy Dastur Bahman Kaikobad and the Kisseh-i-Sanjan by Jivanji Jamshedji Modi (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jivanji Jamshedji Modi. The Kisseh-i-Sanjan. Rural Gujarat is very important for Parsis. It was here that the Zoroastrians first found refuge in India and started a new life after fleeing Iran. One can also see in the old Parsi fire temples, schools, orphanages, orchards, farms and houses all the development that the Parsis brought to this area of India.
e Jadi Rana is a figure from the Qissa-i Sanjan, an epic poem completed in , which is an account of the flight of some of the Zoroastrians who were subject to religious persecution following the fall of the Sassanid Empire, and of their early years in India, where they found refuge. The Zoroastrian Myth of Migration from Iran and Settlement in the Indian Diaspora. Text and Analysis of the 16 th Century Qeṣṣe-ye Sanjān 'The Story of Sanjān'. (Numen Book Series, Studies in the. The Story of Sanjan | Arshtad The Story of Sanjan The Qissa-i Sanjan Last Stands & Flight from Iran After the Arab conquest of Iran in the mid 7th century CE, Zoroastrians started to flee their ancestral homeland. They were either pursued by the Arabs and their allies or they felt compelled to leave in the face of intolerable conditions. Get this from a library! The Zoroastrian myth of migration from Iran and settlement in the Indian diaspora: text, translation and analysis of the 16th century Qeṣṣe-ye Sanjān 'The story of Sanjan'. [Alan Williams; Bahman Kayqubād].