<p style='text-align: justify;'>This Parsi work in Persian verse, entitled <i>Changranghāchah-nāmah</i> (Book of Changranghāchah), relates the story of an of an Indian sage who travels to the court of the Persian king, Shāh Gushtāsp in order to denounce the spread of Zoroastrianism, but then ultimately converts to the faith. Following a relatively lengthy preface in praise of Ahura-mazda, author Zartusht Bahrām-i Pazhdū declares that he abandoned all of his other engagements to compose a New Persian redaction of this neglected tale for the benefit of others.</p>
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