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Third, as to mode of dress, your women folk shall wear such garments as our women wear. We are all friendly to the land of Hend. Let us assure you that we worship God, for our Religion's sake we fled the wicked. We all abandoned everything we had, we suffered many hardships on the way. We strangers are descendants of King Jamshid, we pay our homage to the sun and moon. We offer our respect to fire and water, and likewise to the cow, the sun and moon. For three leagues round that place no one remained except the men of learning. We give our lives to them or we take theirs, with this resolve, let us remain in battle. The second dastur had the name of Khworshid, whose father was Qiyamoddin Javid.

Keywords: garments; God; homage; Qiyamoddin javid



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