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Bahai laws on burial are limited to a few basic principles that are binding on all Bahai communities around the world.
Malcolm E. Yapp
(1805-41), author of Travels into Bukhara (published in 1834), an account of his exploratory mission to Afghanistan, Turkestan, and Iran.
(1801-52), virtually the founder of Iranian linguistics, as well as of the study of the history of Buddhism.
language spoken in Hunza-Karakorum, North Pakistan, containing some Iranian loanwords of various origins.
See ĀDUR BURZĒNMIHR.
one of the maqāms of the Perso-Arabian musical system mentioned in medieval treatises on music.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Allan V. Williams
demon of slothfulness and procrastination in Zoroastrianism.
Genoese merchant and diplomat who served the il-khan Arḡūn (r. 1284-91). Buscarello belonged to a great family of Genoa that played an important role in the maritime trade of the city.
Xavier de Planhol, Moḥammad-Taqī Masʿūdīya
(Ar. Būšahr, European spellings Bushire, Busheer, Bouchir), port city in southern Iran on the Persian Gulf. i. The city. ii. Music of Būšehr.
MOʿĪN-AL-TOJJĀR (1859-1933), a merchant active in the Constitutional Revolution.