Pukhtun Nama History
Six hundred years before the birth of the Prophet Jesus, a young Zoroastrian from a nomadic tribe saw everything in a crisis between good and evil. He started talking about human values and the meaning of life in crowds, markets and other places. A few years later, his teachings spread to other parts of the world, and the number of Zoroastrians increased.
Zoroaster or Ashto or Asho Zoroaster or Spantman, his father was called “Porosaspa” or “Proshaspa”. He had three sons and three daughters. Zoroaster saw that the good and the bad were at war with each other. All the teachings of Zoroaster are based on “Asa” i.e. truth.
The religion of Zoroaster was very simple. It is up to man to choose between truth and falsehood. Zoroaster wanted King Vistasp to choose the right path to overcome the crisis of that time. The children of Zoroaster are mentioned several times in the Avesta and Pahlavi writings, including six children, three boys and three daughters, by the Vanani historian (Agathias) who lived in the sixth century AD. ; The exact date of Zoroaster’s birth and preaching is not known, Iranians say. That he lived in the time of Darius’ father Gushtasp.
Zoroastrianism emphasizes that every human being must be free to choose between good and evil and to take responsibility for his own actions. Everyone has the opportunity to choose between falsehood and truth. According to Aristotle, Pluto traces the history of Zoroastrianism to Plato 6000 years ago, and Plato died 347 years before Christ.