Ganesha vs. Ahura Mazda

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Essay #: 060178
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The beginning:
Ganesha
vs.
Ahura
Mazda
Neither Christians or atheists believe in the gods
Ganesha
and
Ahura
Mazda. Iranians worshipped the god
Mitra
when Zarathustra founded the first revealed Middle Eastern religion. It was Zarathustra gave total primacy to
Ahura
Mazda also called the Wise Lord.
Ahura
Mazda had servants from the
Amentas
Spenta
. The
Amentas
Spenta
were bounteous immortals. From the
Amentas
Spenta
Shura
Mazda declared the same primacy to
Mithra
as he himself was given. The importance of this granting of primacy is a demonstration that reform engaged by
Zarathustrian
did not replace
Mathra
the granting of primacy simply changed
Mithra’s
role (Cooper).
In the Roman Empire there was also a deity called Mithras. Mithras was a central figure...
The end:
.....fully in the world
Ganesha
is the more sympathetic god.
Ahuda
Mazda did not prepare of give man any way to develop the strength to overcome the suffering evil creates. The world
Ahuda
Mazda created left man defenseless where
Ganesha
created a world that prepared man for everything negative and positive.
Works Cited
Cooper, Jason D. “Mithras: Mysteries and Initiation Rediscovered.” York Beach, ME: Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1996. <http://www.iranian.com/History/Sept97/Mitra/index.html>.
Das,
Subhamoy
. 2010.
Ganesha
: Lord of Success. 8 May 2010.
<http://hinduism.about.com/od/lordganesha/a/ganesha.htm>.
History of the Ancient Aryans: Outlined in Zoroastrian scriptures. 8 May 2010. <http://tenets.zoroastrianism.com/histar33.html>.