About fasting in Zoroastrianism

About fasting in Zoroastrianism

Zoroastrians do not believe in fasting but avoid eating meet four days in each month. Four days in Zoroastrian calendar are called ‘’Nabor’’ which means ‘’Do not cut (or slaughter)’’. Zoroastrians do not slaughter any animal and do not eat meet in those four days. ‘’Nabor’’ days are Vahman (or Bahman), Mah, Goosh and Raam which are respectlly 2nd,12th,14th and 21st of each month in Zoroastrian calendar.

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