This is the ceremony generator. We have divided the ceremonies into four types: Long Liturgy, Drōn ceremonies, Khordeh Avesta and Clusters.
For each ceremony we have defined default values, which are based on the variant of the ceremony that appears more frequently in the manuscripts. For instance, the Yasna of Mēnōg Nāvār for the first day of the year at the Hawan Gāh.
You can change these parameters, except when they are blocked. This is usual in the case of the Khordeh Avesta, as you can see in the picture.
In other cases, the number of options is more reduced. This is because one specific ceremony can be only performed on some specific days or months.
In the case of other ceremonies, not all combinations are possible. If you select any impossible combination, the generator will report it and give you the data for the possible combinations. This happens especially in the Visperad ceremony.
Once you have selected the parameters, press "See ceremony" and wait until the ceremony is generated. For larger ceremonies this process might take some time.
Once it is generated, you will see the numbering in bold letters, together with the number in Geldner's edition (preceeded by #), as well as the equivalent numbering in other ceremonies that run in parallel (1); in red, you will find the Pahlavi transcription of the ritual instruction (2); below you will find the Avestan text and an indication of the speakers reciting the text. If there is no indication, the speakers are the same as in previous stanzas (3); on the right side, in blue, you can go to the Avestan Digital Archive and the pictures of the manuscripts at this exact stanza (4); next to it, in green, you can access the Stanza Viewer, with further information of the stanza (5).
Nērangs contain active hyperlinks. If you press over the text, you will find a transliteration, transcription and translation of each Nērangs, as well as the source from which it was taken.
Also, each Avestan word is an active hyperlink. If you press it, you will find the morphological analysis. **IMPORTANT**: the morphological analysis is a updating as the work progresses. Please, check "About" > "Work Progress" > "Critical & Grammatical Edition" in order to see how far we are in the analysis.