It is essential for an individual to behave in a responsible manner acceptable to the society.
People around us must not feel embarrassed by our behaviour.
Freedom & Equality does not come free and no one will ever deliver it to us in a silver platter.
There is much evidence that the principles of Zoroastrianism lay the core foundation to the first Declaration of Human Rights in the Persian Empire set by Cyrus the Great since the rulers of Persia were Zoroastrians and relatively liberal and progressive.
It is essential for Women to know and understand their glorious history of the past, because without it, they will not be able to plant their place in the future.
This section is dedicated to some of the most powerful women of Persia that never received the historical recognition they deserve due to passage of time and accidents of history.
Women in Persia were very honored and revered, they often held very important & influential positions in the Courthouse, Ministries, Military, State and Treasury Department, and other official administrations.
Originally based on material contained in the "Put Your Best Foot Forward" series of books by Mary Murray Bosrock.