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Zoroaster the Prophet of Ancient Iran

Zoroastrian Biography

According to historians Zarathustra was born in 6500 BC. Zoroaster’s father’s name was Purushab that his mother was Daghdo. She married Hovey and had six children. Three daughters: Ferry, Trity, Porchista, and three sons: Isdoster, Oruett Male, Sunshine City.

The Birthplace:

Avesta knows the birthplace of Schooserasht as a place called “Ridge” the river “Derji” also Lake Chichester. Some scholars  referred to this place in western Iran as Lake Urmia which some Lake Hamoon in the East. So a few in the city of Ray. They know near Tehran.

Kianid Dynasty's Region:

King Gashtasb Kiani was the greatest religious aide and believer who adopted his religion. The reign of the Kianid dynasty goes back more than three thousand years. Farshushar and Khamasab, who prominent in the Hugo dynasty, were one of Zoroaster’s closest companions. It seems that after the death of Zarathustra that he becomes the leader of his followers. 

The Death of Zoroastrianism:

The death of Zoroastrianism on the 5th of January is equal to the day of the great moon. Historians have written that Zoroastrianism was one of the days of worship in Balkh city. After spending seventy-seven years of its life devoting most of its wisdom to the people. Gashtasb Shah Kiani and his son Esfandiar, who were also his major supporters. Moreover, left Balkh to handle other cities. So Arjabas, a longtime enemy of Zoroastrians and Iranians, took advantage of this. Also the “Turbator” of his army commander in Balkh. That was part of Iran.

About Turanian Army

The Turanian army, the modern-day Turkistan, smashed the gates of Balkh city with all its bravery. In addition, the Berber Corps of the Turks killed him when Zoroastrians worshiped at Ahuramazda with Lahrab. Likely another group of his companions.

The universal motto of Zoroastrianism was:

“There is one way in the world and that is the way of truth.”

Zarathustra from the perspective of the elders

Prof. Dr. Geiger:

Indeed, no tribe of ancient peoples in the Middle East had the power to preserve and validate their creed like the Zoroastrians. However, this is due to the influence of the truth of this religion which remained imperfect in its principles. In all the inquisitions I lived throughout, I did not see any religion or ethnicity like the Zoroastrians in monotheism. Similarly theology, free secretary, purity, also truth. How fortunate the people are to this ritual

Nietzsche - German Philosopher:

Zardasht is the greatest intelligent and gifted prophet whose broad foundations of constructive thought. Therefore his people have ever been the most solid pillar of life for the West. Zoroastrian Thoughts are great teachings on how to live well, to be good at bonding, to be good at behaving and to speak well. Above all, how to honor and value others. He has never, in his speech, refused to use succession. “truthfully and consistently, and has consistently called all people that way.” In Zoroastrianism, glory is found in the lesser words.

Professor Hertsfield:

The tireless perseverance then efforts of the brilliant Iranians based on truth and righteousness. All of which is a reflection of Zoroaster’s glorious and glorious religion.

Mills (Iranologist):

The songs of Zoroastrianism represent the first vivid attempt to build and revitalize the hearts of people. As a matter of fact today they are alive in all our religions, and the future may well be. These hymns are truly unique in character and the character never gets old. It is up to the world today to apply them.

Samuel Lank (English scientist):

The truth of Zoroastrianism is surprisingly consistent with modern science and discovery after so many centuries today. Although long overdue, it is firmly and properly grounded that can well meet the material which spiritual needs of mankind today. Provide the essentials of a prosperous good life. Then can The ease of resolving the discrepancies between religious beliefs and new sciences and discoveries.


It must admitted that among the ancient religions. None of the Zoroastrian religions is more spiritual and ethical than the rituals and also practices of superstition.

Professor Mie:

The shrines of the ancient Iranians praised. But it must remembered that their motivation is Zoroastrian, charitable and popular education too. Zardasht had a noble secret that could penetrate into the hearts of the people which appeal to them and to the kind and benevolent Creator.


The renowned German scientist was a zealous Zoroastrian in his speeches and songs, so he represented a very great man and his writings magnificently. Goethe considers Zarathustra to be a wise man who saw the world of reason less like him. Everywhere he refers to someone who has always thought about the happiness. In addition, comfort of the people, and has not spoken anything other than truthfulness.

Thomas Hyde:

According to the great English writer on Zarathustra, in which his character is highly esteemed and regarded as a great intellectual. He writes that God chose Zarathustra for the Iranian people because the Iranians had a great deal of knowledge about God. So these wise men deserved a wise man like Zoroaster.

Professor John Heinels:

Zoroastrianism should called the first religion of human freedom and human rights in the world.

Professor Henry Sand:

Zarathustra was the first person to lay the foundations of monotheism in the world.

Ms. Francis Powercab:

I wonder if Zarathustra would not  appeared in thousands of BC in conditions where there was no law for mankind. Moreover, would  left us such teachings that after thousands of years would have been without the slightest disparity with today’s conditions. Then still Shapes the foundations of humanity if it had not come to what it really was today and how it lived.

Rabindranath Tagore:

Zarathustra was the greatest pious prophet who opened the way to freedom of choice in moral affairs.

Maurice Matling:

The research on Zoroastrianism is very interesting for Christians because three quarters or even more of the Christian faith derived from Iranians.


The light of knowledge first shone with the advent of Zoroastrianism in history.