Azhi Dahaka

(from the article `Iranian religion`) ...and so on, comes to an end when falsehood enters Yama`s speech. The royal Glory (Khvarnah) flees from Yama and takes refuge in the cosmic sea. ...
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Azhi Dahaka

In Persian mythology, Azhi Dahaka (also known as Dahak) was a dragon created by Ahriman to eat the universe. It had three heads: pain, anguish and death. Its wings were so vast and so dark that they hid the stars. Azhi Dahaka was finally subdued by Atar, who chained him to a mountain where he will remain until he breaks free at the end of human tim...
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