Doa Tan-Dorostri (Zoroastrian blessing)
In the name of God, the bestower, the giver, the benevolent!
May there be health and long life, complete Glory giving righteousness! May the visible Yazads1 and the invisible Yazads and the seven Amashaspands2 come to your fair offering.
May your household be happy, may there be blessing! May there be happiness among the people of the religion of Zartosht3! We beseech you, Lord, to grant to the present ruler, to all the community, and to all those of the Good Religion, health and fair repute.
May [all] live for a thousand years! [God] Keep them long happy, long healthy, long just! Keep them thus, keep them caring for the deserving! Keep them living and abiding for many years and countless hours! A hundred thousand blessings upon them!
May the year be auspicious, the day fortunate, the month propitious in all these years and days and months!
For many years keep you worthy to perform worship and utter prayers, to give charity and offerings, being just. May you have health to fulfill all your duties! May you be liberal, kind and good!
May it be so, may it be more so, may it be according to the wish of the Yazads and the Amashaspands!
(Adapted from the KHORDA AVESTA (Book of Common Prayer); Source: Avesta – Zoroastrian Archives )
1 Created spiritual being, angel
2 lit. ‘Beneficent Immortals’, the highest spiritual beings created by God
3 Parsi name for Zarathustra, the founder of Zoroastrianism.