Persians have long been considered to be the indigenous peoples of the Middle East.
The Persians first came to India in the 3rd century BC and settled in the south.
In the 8th century, the Persians established the Persian Empire in the region of the Silk Road.
The empire spread across Persia and the Indian subcontinent.
The Persian empire reached its zenith in the 15th century BC, when the Persian ruler Umar ibn al-Khattab defeated the Mongolian Khan Qarshi.
At that time, the Islamic caliphate was formed and Islam conquered much of the world.
In 1526, the British came to the Middle Eastern region and established the British Empire in Persia.
This is where the Persian family name comes from.
The term “Persian” comes from the Arabic word “pasha” meaning “sister” or “mother”.
The word “mother” is derived from the Persian “muhammad”, which means “father”.
The term Persian mother has a wide range of meanings in Persian, especially for its usage in medicine.
In traditional medicine, the term “mother”, often translated as “father”, refers to the father or the mother of the patient.
The concept of the mother as a deity is widely used in the Islamic world and has many uses.
The Iranian people are said to worship a variety of deities, from the “Mother of the Heavens” to the “God of Heaven”.
The Iranian goddesses, the “mother goddesses”, are a powerful group of Iranian deities.
The most famous of the Persian goddesses is the “Zand” or Mother Goddess, the mother goddess of the Persian people.
The Zand is a large, oval-shaped, gold-tipped goddess, the second most-loved goddess in Iran.
Her name is pronounced “ZAND” or ZANDH-HEE, which is the name of the god who is the mother god of Iran.
The name Zandh-Hee is derived, from Persian, from “Zanda”.
Zanda means “a beautiful” or a “beautiful maiden” or an “unblemished maiden”.
According to legend, Zand was the mother who gave birth to Persephone, the legendary daughter of Zeus.
Zand and Persephone had a son named Tazr-e-Hind, who became the goddess of wisdom and love, and is also called “Mother.”
Persephone became the wife of Tazar-e, the god of war, who is also known as the “Great Mother.”
Zand-e became the mother to Zand.
Her father was a warrior called Sakhr-i-Hoor, the brother of the “Mighty God”, Zarathushtra, the great sage and god of battle.
The god Zarathashtra was also known to have a son, Zarath-i, who was also called Zarathishtra.
The family name “Zarathushty” means “Mother”.
In some versions of Zoroastrianism, the Zand family name is translated as a “Zari”.
The name “Sakhr” means a “golden” or the “goldene”, the goddess is said to have been the daughter of “Golden God”.
In the Zorastrian tradition, the wife’s name is called “Zam-zarek”, which is derived the Persian word “Zanar”.
The “Zardashtrian” tradition of Iranian Zoroastrians says that Zarathoshtra and the Zande are the two most important goddesses of the Zoroastrians.
The Sakhar and Zam-zand are considered to represent the mother and father of the gods, respectively.
Other famous Iranian deities who are also called the “sons of Zand” include the “Aztecs”, the “Nahuas”, the Aztecs, and the Mayans.
According to Zoroastric mythology, the Aztec god Zolotl was the god and mother of Aztec gods and goddesses.
The Mayans are said not to have ever had a human father.
They believed that their father was the Sun, and that the Sun was the father of all living things.
The Aztec king Tezcatlipoca, who ruled the Aztlan region of Mexico, is also considered to have had a father.
According the Aztlán, “Aztec” means ‘mother’.
The “Mother Goddess” is the most popular Iranian goddess of women in the Middle Ages.
In Iran, the word “Mother” means the mother.
The mother goddess is often used in religious texts to represent a woman as a symbol of the divine motherhood.
The word is also used to describe a mother or sister.
In Persian mythology, many goddesses and goddess names are derived from “mothers” and “sisters”.