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Iran was  apart of Hindu Empire during the Vedic Period.

This continued to be so till Vikramaditya’s period.

The Faravahar, believed to be a depiction of a fravashi. image.png The Faravahar, believed to be a depiction of a fravashi

The customs and cultural behaviour of the Zoroastrians  indicate the Vedic roots of Zoroastrianism.

A treaty signed by the Hittites and Mitannis dating to the fourteenth century BC calls upon Indara/Indra, Mitras(il)/Mitra, Nasatianna/Nasatya and Uruvanass(il)/Varuna, all known to Rig-Veda and Avesta.

Hittites and Mitannis were from North Syria.

I had posted articles about the Vedic /Tamil origin of these people.

Though there are similarities  the roles of the Devas seem to have been reversed.

(haoma (soma), daha(dasa), hepta (sapta), hindu (sindhu), and Ahura (Asura) in Avesta)

Indra and the devas  are demonic in Avesta,and Ahura/asura is considered the highest deity.

“At the time of composition of the Vedas, Varuna was losing his importance to Indra. In Avesta

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