عنوان مقاله [English]
The proto Indo-Iranian tribes, just like the other proto tribes, performed their ritual ceremonies with dance. Although this kind of ceremonies are still performed in India, in Iran they have been disappeared. First, this article intends to examine how Iranian performed their ritual dances in Iranian plateau before the migration of Indo-Iranian. Then, it proves after the advent of Indo-Iranian in Iranian plateau, they did not perform this kind of ritual dances, and then it is going to compare dancer Gods in Avesta and Veda. Also it discusses about the approach of Zoroaster to this kind of ritual dances, and by examining the worshiped different Gods between Iranians and Indians. Then, illustrates that the rise of Zoroastrianism made a great intellectual difference between Iranians and Indians which eventually led to the obsolescence of the ritual worship of the Gods, who was accompanied by dance, and after that the ritual dances was removed at Iranian customs.