Atar

In Persian mythology, Atar is the son of Ahura Mazda. He was a god of fire and was said to bring comfort and wisdom to men and to defend the world from evil.
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Atar

(from the article `nature worship`) Iranian fire worship was derived from the cult of the god tar, but it was made a central act in Zoroastrianism. Fire worship continues to be ... Of utmost importance was fire. In ancient Iran, fire was at once a highly sacred element and a deity. Thus, the word tar denoted simultaneously ... The pr...
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Atar

town, west-central Mauritania. It is an oasis and a caravan stopping point and lies on a road leading southwest to Nouakchott, the national capital. ...
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Atar

[disambiguation] Atar is the Zoroastrian concept for `burning and unburning fire` and `visible and invisible fire`. Atar may also refer to: ...
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Atar

AtariPronunciation-needed (Avestan ātar) is the Zoroastrian concept of holy fire, sometimes described in abstract terms as `burning and unburning fire` or `visible and invisible fire` (Mirza, 1987:389). In the Avestan language, ātar is an attribute of sources of heat and light, of which the nominative singular form is ātarš, source of Pers...
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Atar

[name] Atar is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: ...
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