The Fire Temple
The fire temple or places of worship are consecrated for prayers and sacred ceremonies. These places of worship are called Agiary or Atash Behram (fire temples). As there is no Fire Temple in Singapore, worship in Singapore is only conducted in private homes. In a Zoroastrian place of worship, or Fire Temple, shoes are removed and the head is covered with a cap or a scarf. In the innermost sanctum there is a fire on a central altar, symbolizing God’s presence and radiant energy. The fire is kept burning day and night and the ashes of the fire are offered to the congregation and applied to the forehead.