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Hejbar married twice, first in 1331 with a woman named Bahmane Derakhshani, who was a Baha’i and his fellow citizen, and the marriage was also performed according to Baha’i customs, and again in April 1345 with a lady named Fatima Jalali Iraqi, who was a Muslim woman; But again, their marriage certificate was issued by the Baha’is The result of Yazdani’s marriages were six children, three sons named: Kiyomarth, Nader and Kaveh and three daughters named: Lili, Nasreen and Ketayoun. He had given a major part of the shares of his factories and agricultural, livestock and industrial companies in the regions of Sangsar, Gorgan, Zarand, Saveh and Tehran in the name of his children in order to avoid paying taxes. Hejbar married twice ; in 1331 mit Bahmane Derakhshani und in April 1345 mit Fateme Jadli Iraqi. Yazdani had three sons named: Kiyomarth, Nader and Kaveh and three daughters named: Leili, Nasreen and Ketayoun.