The Avesta is the primary collection of religious texts of Zoroastrianism, composed in the otherwise unrecorded Avestan language.
To Ahura Mazda, bright and glorious and to the Amesha-Spentas
To Vohu-Manô to Peace whose breath is friendly and who is more powerful to destroy than all other creatures to the heavenly Wisdom 5, made by Mazda; and to the Wisdom acquired through the ear made by Mazda.
To Asha-Vahista, the fairest to the much-desired Airyaman, made by Mazda to the instrument made by Mazda and to the good Saoka with eyes of love made by Mazda and holy.
To Khshathra-vairya; to the metals to Mercy and Charity.
To the good Spenta-Ârmaiti and to the good Râta with eyes of love, made by Mazda and holy.
To Haurvatât the master; to the prosperity of the seasons and to the years, the masters of holiness.
To Ameretât the master; to fatness and flocks; to the plenty of corn; and to the powerful Gaokerena made by Mazda.
(At the gâh Hâvan): to Mithra the lord of wide pastures and to Râma Hvâstra
(At the gâh Rapithwin): to Asha-Vahista and to Âtar the son of Ahura Mazda
(At the gâh Uzîren): to Apãm Napât the tall lord, and to the water made by Mazda
(At the gâh Aiwisrûthrem): to the Fravashis of the faithful, and to the females that bring forth flocks of males to the prosperity of the seasons; to the well-shapen and tall-formed Strength, to Verethraghna made by Ahura, and to the crushing Ascendant
(At the gâh Ushahin): to the holy, devout, fiend-smiting Sraosha who makes the world grow; to Rashnu Razista and to Arstât who makes the world grow, who makes the world increase