The house of the richest man known as Mr. 13
Hejbar Yazdani (1313 in Sangsar-now Mehdishahr- 29 April 1389 in Costa Rica) was one of the key people in Iran’s economic scene before the 1957 revolution. Hejbar Yazdani, the son of Reza Qoli, received his primary education from the first to the fifth grade in Tehran at Zand Elementary School, the sixth grade at Jamshid Jam Elementary School, his secondary education up to the fifth grade at Firoz Bahram High School, and his secondary school diploma from Modares High School. His father was a simple herdsman and served in the army as a government (guerrilla) during the period of Reza Shah Pahlavi. He was a follower of the Baha’i faith.