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Gâhshomâriye Irâni) are a succession of calendars invented or used for over two millennia in Iran (Persia).
The sun has always been a symbol in Iranian culture and is closely related to the folklore regarding Cyrus the Great.
The calendar had a significant impact on religious observance.
It fixed the pantheon of major divinities, and also ensured that their names were uttered often, since at every Zoroastrian act of worship the yazatas of both day and month were invoked.
The Zoroastrians adopted the wandering Egyptian solar calendar of twelve months of thirty days plus five epagomenal days.
As their year began in the spring (with the festival of nowruz) the epagemonai were placed just before nowruz.
The remaining four were dedicated to Asman (lord of sky or Heaven), Zam (earth), Manthra Spenta (the Bounteous Sacred Word) and Anaghra Raocha (the 'Endless Light' of paradise).