By Pesotana Dastura Beheramaji Sanjanna, Edward William West
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Chapter 37 is defined as a thanksgiving for the ejood creations of Mazda. The definition of the remaining chapters is less 38 treats of the earth and its appropriate. Chapter genii as also of the waters chapter 39 of animals, the souls of the pious and the Amesha 40 and 41 of rewards in this world and the next. There Spentas seems to be no close connection between the separate chapters. fire, especially of that last ; ; It is striking that the name of Zarathushtra does not occur in 1 it. This is, however, only an accident; for Y.
BAUNACK, Leipzic 1888, p 451. THE YASNA IIAPTAMirTAlTI, Ahura Ma/da and further teach it Maxdu we will ! we are of able. Asha 8. thero And is for every we do and will the in 49 rule man 9. Asha of the best And these (Thy) revelations, O further teach with the hest thought of A>ha both worlds. in That feeding of the cuttle. tlio as tar as and anmn^st the people reward 27-28. life as Ahuru and in of Asha possess the best receiver and teacher frosn the side Hand and the good Khshathra and from Thyself, I) Ahum, in \ve and Vuhu c<|uence of his hyninsupon hymns, from Thyself, 1 in conse^uenceo!
In particular the Great Awesfea seems to have 7 possessed no more of the Gathas proper than the Awesta of to-day. ELEMENTS AND CHARACTER OF THE AWESTA. 18. divides THE THREE consisting of 1 2 3 * 5 CLASSES OP NASKS. the Nasks according The 7. , class to, to is their The Dinkard (VIII. 1, 9-12) character into 3 classes, each called gasanik, with reference to the pp. 426, 431, 436. p. 444. West, ib. t p 92. Darmesteter, III, XVI, XVII, compare also p. 9, n. As specially valuable the collection entitle.