Strait of Hormuz Named for Noah’s Grandson Madai Zoroastrian Ahura Mazda Known as Medha to Sanskrit India


Ahura Mazda, the chief god of the Zoroastrians of Persia, was known as Ahura Medha to the people of the Indus Valley, meaning lord of wisdom, perhaps Madai, a son of Japheth and progenitor of the Medes who brought their Indo European language to Balochistan of the lower Hindu Kush then down into the Indus Valley joining the Kushites in building the Indus Valley Civilization.