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A child kisses the portrait of prophet Zarathustra in Wadiaji Atash Bahram, Bombay 1984. A child kisses the portrait of prophet Zarathustra souls are invoked with prayers and the fragrance of flowers. At the end of each Zoroastrian year, ten days are reserved to invoke the souls and fravashis (guardian spirits) of departed ones. During these days called muktad, the souls are invoked with prayers and the fragrance of flowers. Wadiaji Atash Bahram, Bombay 1985.  
           
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Chapter 2: Faith and the Faithful
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