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Zurvanism is one of the oldest sects related to primitive human life style and thoughts. One of the most outstanding doctrines of this sect is determinism and believing in the influence of fate on human destiny. Although there are few traces of Zurvanism in the Avestan texts, they assume a prominent position in Pahlavi texts through which they find their way into Arabian and Persian literature. One of the most important sources of investigation about this system of thought is the Gurani culture and literature. This language dates back to Achaemenid era. “Dinu” is an example of Zurvanist influence on the Gurani culture. In a dialogue between the poet and the village of his residence, he is complaining about his fate and fortune. This paper introduces, transcribes, translates and examines the lexis of this song using a descriptive method.