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This article aims to compare classes system of caste in Rig• Vedic and Shah Namah which has made the two social structure in India and Iran societies. Although it is evident that the early Aryans who migrated into India were nomadic people, it is hard to presume that they had no social classes among themselves for the Ring- Vedic hymns certainly present glimpses of three Distinct classes, These Rig - Vedic classes i.e. Brahman (priest) Rajanya (nobility) and Vaisya (commoner) formed the basis of the development of higher castes. Although we can see this three distinct in Shah Namah classes i.e. Kartoziyan (Priest), Neisriyan(Army), Basody(Farmer) and Ahto khoshy (Craftsman) This Rig- Vedic classification form a very close parallel to the Shah Namah's Iranian social classes. thre is much justification to in for that both systems have had a common origin. It is almost evidently established that the Aryan migration into India was a gradual over flow from Iran. It is obvious that the Rig - Vedic social classes were originated outside India and were diffused into India with Aryans.