Persians love to travel and spend time in exotic places, so it comes as no surprise that they have their own mother goddess.

Here are 10 of the most beautiful women from the country.


Aisha bint Ali The most beautiful woman in the world, Aisha is revered in Persia as the most beloved woman in history.

Her name translates as “lover of all”.

She was born on February 10, 526 BC and she was the second daughter of the Prophet Mohammad.

A woman who was so beautiful was often portrayed as the embodiment of perfection, beauty and nobility.

She is also known as the goddess of war and peace, as well as the protector of women.


A’isha bifaz, the mother of Imam Khomeini A’ishas daughter, A’ifa, was also called A’isa and was the third daughter of Imam Shah, who is also remembered for having the world’s longest beard.

A beautiful woman who had a deep sense of modesty, Aifaz was also known for her love of women, her beauty and her beauty was a symbol of women’s emancipation.

She was the first female imam and was also revered for her piety.

She led the revolution of the 20th century and was revered by women all over the world.


Ismail ibn Zayd Ismail is believed to have been born on January 5, 639 BC, in the town of Kufa in central Iran.

Ismael ibn Zayed, who was born in 734 BC, is regarded as the first caliph and the founder of Islam.

Is the youngest son of the prophet and the grandson of Imam Ismail, he was the son of a famous family.

Is a renowned scholar and philosopher.

He founded the prestigious Al-Azhar University and is considered to be one of the leading figures in Islamic philosophy.

He is the first Muslim to be granted the title of Grand Mufti.


Ali bin Al-Khattab Ali is the second son of Imam Ali and the nephew of Imam Muhammad, who also became the caliph of Islam in 632 AD.

He was born into a prominent family in Kufaa, a city in Iran.

He became the leader of the Islamic resistance during the Safavid empire and was killed in 653 AD, during a Safavid invasion of the Persian Gulf.

He left behind his three wives, including his youngest daughter Aisha.


Bibi Aisha Bibi was born as the second of seven children of Muhammad and Aisha, a daughter of Abu Bakr.

She married the caliphs son, Muawiyah.

She had seven children with Muawiya.

She became the first daughter of Ismail bin Zayad.


Abul Qasim ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Mu’tasim  Abul Qassem was born to the Prophet Muhammad in 636 AD, at the age of five.

He married his first wife, Abul-Bakr, at 16 and had seven wives and seven children.

His father was Muawya.


Muhammad bin Abd al Rahman al-Muhsin  Muhammad was born at the end of the 7th century.

He came from a family of the elite.

He studied law in Baghdad and took up his profession at the young age of 20.

He also became one of Islam’s most respected jurists.

He died in 635 AD. 8.

Zaid bin Abi Talib al-Hussein Zaid is the seventh son of Isma’il bin Zayed.

He has been described as the calimih and the most prominent of the seven sons of Ishmael.

He took up a career in business and served as a military commander under the Abbasid dynasty.

He and his family moved to Baghdad when he was a young man and became involved in political issues.

He fought with the Safavids during the Abbasids reign and is known as one of history’s most influential Islamic rulers.


Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Ismail bin Muhammad  Ahmad was the youngest of the children of Ishaq and his first marriage took place in 628 AD.

Ahmad married his second wife, Asma’a, at a young age.

He returned to his family and studied law at the Baghdad university.

He went on to become one of Asia’s most renowned lawyers and has also been described by historians as one the greatest lawyers of his time.


Hafiz bin Abdul Aziz bin Zaid al-Rashid Hafiz was born around 744 AD in the city of Madinah, where he spent his early childhood.

He attended the famous university of Baghdad.

He worked as a lawyer for the Safavi dynasty for the next several decades.

He later became one the wealthiest men in the Muslim world and became known for his wealth and the splendour of