Excerpted from the writings of Daisy P. Navdar, who is a teacher by profession and a firm believer in the efficacy of our Manthravani. She is focused on ensuring that the deep significance of our prayers is realized by our youth.
The healing powers of the Ardibehest Yasht are beyond measure. But not all of us have the discipline to pray the entire Yasht. Hence, the usage and power of the ‘Ardibehest Yasht ni Nirang’ is what we can all pray to help heal the world today, which is much in need of urgent healing.
Innumerable people have time and again experienced the miraculous power of this Nirang. It is these experiences which have prodded me to share the power of the ‘Ardibehest Yasht ni Nirang’, for the benefit of our Community members, and especially our youth, during these very troubled times.
Ardibehest Yasht ni Nirang:
“Dadare Jehandar tavana O dana, O Parvartar O afridagar.
Ahreman hich, nadan, O natavanad ba hich chiz nashahed.
Ahura Mazda dadari, Ahereman marochinidari.
Dadar pak, ahereman napak; Ahereman khak shaved, Ahereman dur shaved, Ahereman dafe shaved, Ahereman shekasteh shaved, Ahereman halak shaved.
Avval din Zarathusti paak; Ahuramazda buland kavi, beh avazuni.”
Recite one Ashoane Ashem Vohu.
What many of us underestimate as ‘mumbo-jumbo’, simply because we have not taken the effort to understand its translations, is very powerful and effective when recited with complete concentration. Even if you simply recite these powerful prayers without seeking the translation, your life will change for the better. Here is our opportunity to become the Mathro Baeshezyo – the one who heals through prayers!