Definitions for "Ahura Mazda"
In the Zoroastrian faith, Ahura Mazda is abstract and transcendent. God has no image and so cannot be represented in any form (see faravahar). Ahura Mazda is the adversary of Angra Mainyu, the god of evil. Ahura Mazda the Assyrian god - the Wise Lord - was a god in Mesopotamia before the Assyrians became Christians.
The name of God in the Zoroastrian tradition, also called Ormazd.
chief deity of Zoroastrianism; source of light and embodiment of good