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Bidaki H. Sedrah and Kosty in Zoroaster Religion and its Reflection in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh and Kurmanji Wrestling. CFL. 2018; 6 (19) :176-194
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In the present research, mores of Kosty close and Sedarh wear is analyzed in Zoroaster religion, then, its reflection is shown in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh and Kurmanji Wrestling. Kurmanjs are one of Aryan kurds tribes that at the moment most of them is live in the khorasan north. In the first phase, is proceed to structural and lexical definition of kosty and sedrah and after which, is discribed ceremony as to this two dresses. In the second phase, linkage and reflection of Zoroaster kosty and sedrah is expressed with kurmanji koshn and chukhe and kemend, peshmine and ezar in shahname. research result is based on this which kurmanji chukhe and wearing ceremony it more is similar with Zoroaster sedrah, as hum woolen goods in shahname is demonstrator mores of kosty wearing in ancient iran. Kurmanji Koshn is similar with Zoroaster kosty of viewpoint application and lexical, as is similar hum’s lasso and brehman’s train and his messenger in shahname; as well as, koshn is derive from infinitive of koshan mean to thresh, as kosty is derive from infinitive of kostan mean to same. Kosty word is use in Shahnameh get together with the verbs two of close and devest, as its purpose is close-kosty in zoroaster religion when converted to close-kosty and is meaning wrestling when converted to devest-kosty.
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Received: 2016/03/26 | Accepted: 2018/05/20 | Published: 2018/05/20

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