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Zoroastrianism is the religion and philosophy based on the teachings ascribed to the prophet Zarathustra. This term is essentially synonymous with Mazdaism, which acknowledges the divine authority of Ahura Mazda, proclaimed by Zarathustra, as demonstrated by Zoroastrianistic creed and articles of faith. Zoroastrianism was once the dominant religion of much of Greater Iran, practiced by the Iranian tribes, including but not limited to the Persians, the Pashtoons, the Balochis, the Ossetics, the Yaghnobi, and the Kurds. However, following the arrival of Islam, the number of adherents has dwindled to not more than 250,000 Zoroastrians worldwide, with concentrations in India, Iran and Pakistan.
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 1)Zoroastrianism and Mazdaism religions based on Zarathustra‚Äôs teachings dominated the Iranian tribes until Islam caused it to decline. It is now confined to concentrations in India, Iran and Pakistan.
 2)Zoroastrianism or Mazdaism the dominant religion of Iran was founded by Prophet Zarathustra. However Islam caused its decline to merely 250,000 followers in the world.
 3)The once dominant religion and philosophy propounded by Zarathustra declined after the coming of Islam and it has very few followers spread across India, Iran and Pakistan.
 4)Owing to the advent of Islam, adherents of Zoroastrianism declined to not more than 250,000 worldwide spread across India, Iran and Pakistan.
 5)Zoroastrianism or Mazdaism, based on the teachings of prophet Zarathustra was once the dominant religion of Iranian tribes. However, after the coming of Islam Zoroastrianism was relegated to a few in India, Iran and Pakistan.

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