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Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths

Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade.

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Background and Aim: In the myths of Iranians and Indians, there is talk of a period when the tendency towards spiritual matters was above other matters of form. In this period, the myths of human beings have experienced a long life of infertility and the absence of diseases, but gradually these tendencies faded and the cause of greed turned them away from their divine temperament and they spent their lives learning, accumulating wealth in any way and at any cost. And enslaved their neighbors and fellow human beings. These factors changed the ages of human life, one after another, and led it to lower stages, from silver and bronze to iron, and now the same man longs to return to the golden age and long to be away from his utopia and utopia. Which is well reflected in Shahnameh.

Key words: Four Ages, Mythology, Iran, India


 
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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. EEO. 2021; 20(6): 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175


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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. http://ilkogretim-online.org//?mno=19175 [Access: November 23, 2021]. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175


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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. EEO. 2021; 20(6): 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. EEO. (2021), [cited November 23, 2021]; 20(6): 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade (2021) Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. EEO, 20 (6), 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. 2021. Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. Elementary Education Online, 20 (6), 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. "Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths." Elementary Education Online 20 (2021), 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade. "Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths." Elementary Education Online 20.6 (2021), 1820-1840. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175



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Alireza Kazemiha, Khodabakhsh Asadollahi, Bijan Zahiri, Reza Samizade (2021) Comparative Analysis Of The Four Ages Of Gold, Silver, Bronze And Iron In Iran And India Myths. Elementary Education Online, 20 (6), 1820-1840. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2021.06.175








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