Dadgah in Persian mythology, is the place of justice, a small temple of fire of the Guebres.. There is no fire-chapel in it, with a separate altar, but the fire burns on the ground, in distinction from the larger temple Derimber, which can only he built on selected sites, and must have a fire-chapel with an altar.

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