Kai Lohrasp

Kai Lohrasp was a legendary Iranian king who ruled Iran after Kai Khosrow.[1] He had two brave sons Vishtaspa (also known as Gushtasp) and the younger Zarir.[2] Vishtaspa ruled Iran after his father.

Preceded by
Kai Khosrow
Legendary Kings of the Shahnameh
unknown years
Succeeded by

See also


  1. Kai Lohrasp and Nebuchadrezzar, by Louis H. Gray, archived version
  2. Mazda-Yasni and Zorastranian Tales (Book Two) as retold by Kuku S Shabbir ,ISBN 81-85684-06-5 ,ISBN 81-85685-01-0

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