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Nirang, 2 Definition(s)

Nirang means something in Zoroastrianism Check out some of the following descriptions and leave a comment if you want to add your own contribution to this article:

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lit. 'formula, spell', a short ritual accompanied by Avestan or Pazand prayers; consecrated gomez.

Added: 08.Apr.2011 | Avesta: Zoroastrianism Glossary
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The spiritually powerful Nirang forms the foundation of many other sacred rituals, that when performed, increase the power of good in this world and decrease the power of evil.

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