Zoroastrian Dari (a term not to be confused with classical Persian Dari or Dari in Afghanistan, also known as Behdini, Gavri or Gavruni) is an Iranian language spoken by the religious minority the Zoroastrians, who live mostly in the cities of Yazd and the surrounding areas, and in Kerman and Tehran. After the coming of Islam, the Zoroastrian community was under considerable pressure to convert to Islam. For this reason, between the 8th and 10th centuries, some of the followers of Zoroastrianism left Iran for India, where today the largest and most important Zoroastrian community in the world is found.