SNC-Religious Studies-Kalash

Grade 1

Preface:          Introduction to the Religion

  • Brief introduction to Kal’as’a Dastur (the law omigrated kings)

Chapter 1:      Religious Belief and Concepts

  1. The first sacred name of God (Meaning and Prayers)
  2. The first sacred name of World God(meaning and Prayer)
  3. Living of Spirit and seed of man together
    1. Dewa zhe mocbi mishari asta
  4. Umur zhe Majarani Dastur (The law of Life)
  5. Brief introduction to Kal’as’a Dastur(The life of Migrated Kings)
  6. The first pair of holy emblems (names and meanings; two individual emblems).

Chapter 2:      Ethical values and Religious Ceremonies

  1. A song of each festival;
  1. Cawmos, Zhoshi, Ucaw
  1. The first holy name of the seed of man (men & women, meaning and properties)
  2. The concept of pure and impure (onjes’t’a, Pragata)
  3. Traditions of greetings.
  4. Traditions of eating and drinking
  5. Tradition of Clothing

Chapter 3:      Source of Inspiration

  1. Religious figures: Onjes’t’a moc;

a. Brief introduction

b. Naga dehar

  1. One traditional poem Chapter
  2. Religious Festivals
    1. Cawmos
    2. Zhoshi
    3. Ucaw

Chapter 4:      Leaders/Heroes (Brief introduction of one Kal’as’a King)

Grade II

Chapter 1       Religious Belief and Concepts

  1. How did it look like when the Spirit and the seed of man lived together?
    1. (Dewa zhe mocbi mishari asta)
  2. Three sacred names of God (meanings and Prayers)
  3. Kal’a s’a Dastur (the law of migrated kings) brief introduction.
  4. Three pairs of religious holy emblems(names and meanings; six individual emblems)

Chapter 2       Ethical values and Religious Ceremonies

  1. Three songs of each festival;

(Zhoshi, Ucaw, Cawmos)

  1. Three holy names of seed of man (men and women; meanings and properties)
  2. The concept of pure and impure (onjes’t’a ,pragata)
  3. Traditions of greetings.
  4. Traditions of eatings and drinkings.
  5. Traditions of clothings.
  6. Traditions of animal domesticating (birds + animals) 

Chapter 3       Source of Inspiration

  1. Religious figures : Brief introductions
    1. Naga dehar

 

Grade III

Chapter 1       Religious Belief and Concepts

  1. How did it look like when the Spirit and the seed of man lived together
  2. Dewa zhe mocbi mishari asta; 
  3. Three sacred names of God (meanings and Prayers)
  4. Kal’a s’a Dastur (the law of migrated kings) brief introduction.
  5. Three pairs of religious holy emblems(names and meanings; six individual emblems)

Chapter 2       Ethical values and Religious Ceremonies

  1. Three songs of each festival;

(Zhoshi, Ucaw, Cawmos)

  1. Three holy names of seed of man (men and women; meanings and properties)
  2. The concept of pure and impure (onjes’t’a ,pragata)
  3. Traditions of greetings.
  4. Traditions of eatings and drinkings.
  5. Traditions of clothings.
  6. Traditions of animal domesticating (birds + animals) 

 

Chapter 3       Source of Inspiration

  1. Religious figures : Brief introductions
    1. Naga dehar
    2. Buda dehar
    3. Daginay (Rabi dari)
  2. Traditional poems three

Grade IV

Chapter 1       Religious Belief and Concepts

  1. The beginning when the Spirit and the seed of men lived together. (Detail)
  2. Dewa zhe mocbi mishari asta;
  3. Four sacred names of God (meanings and prayers)
  4. Kal’a s’a dastur (the law of migrated kings) detail.
  5. Four pairs of religious holy emblems ; eight individual emblems)

Chapter 2       Ethical values and Religious Ceremonies

      1. Four songs of each festival; (Zhoshi, Ucaw, Cawmos)
      2. Four holy names of the seed of man (men + women)
      3. Concept of pure and impure. Detail.
      4. Traditions of greetings.
      5. Traditions of eating and drinking.
      6. Traditions of clothings.
      7. Traditions of animal domesticatings (birds + animals)
      8. Traditions of vegetative farming

Chapter 3       Source of Inspiration

  1. Religious figures; Detail
  1. Naga dehar
  2. Bud’a dehar
  3. Daginay (Rabi dari)
  4. Half song of Daginay
  1. What did man learn from the snake
  2. What did man learn from the bear
  3. What other things did man learn from the animals when they lived together

Chapter 4       Leaders/Heroes

  1. Four traditional poems
  2. The great Kal’as’a kings. Brief introduction

Grade V

Chapter 1       Religious Belief and Concepts

  1. The beginning of time.
  2. Five sacred names of God (meanings + prayers)
  3. Dizal’istan (the world of the Dizaw) names and meanings of the world of God
  4. Kal’as’a Dastur (the law of migrated kings) History, present, future.
  5. Five pairs of holy emblems (meanings + descriptions; ten individual emblems)

Chapter 2       Ethical values and Religious Ceremonies

  1. Five songs of each festival; (Zhoshi, Ucaw, Cawmos)
  2. Five religious names of the seed of man (men +women)
  3. Concept of pure and impure (onjes’t’a pragata)
  4. Traditions of greetings
  5. Traditions of eating and drinking
  6. Traditions of clothing
  7. Traditions of animal domesticating (birds + animals)
  8. Traditions of vegetative farming.
  9. Traditions of measurements
  10. Traditions of becoming friends (Dari hik)

Chapter 3       Source of Inspiration

      1. Religious figures ; introduction + miracles
  1. Naga dehar
  2. Buda dehar
  3. Jaandurak dehar
  4. Daginay (Rabi da ri)
  5. Half song of Daginay
      1. What did man learn from the snake, bear and other beings during the time they lived together

 

Chapter 4       Leaders/Heroes

  1. Five traditional poems
  2. The great Kal’as’a kings.  Brief history