Ahdieh began her musical career in her hometown, Tehran, the capital of Iran, performing in Children's radio program. Praised by her mother, who recognized her daughter's sweet and strong voice, Ahdieh's musical career would take her to the five continents throughout her adulthood.
By the age of 15, she had become one of Iran's prominent singers. Her songs were played on the radio, and she often sang as voice-overs in television and movies. In fact, before the Islamic Revolution, it is hard to find a Persian movie that she does not sing in. During this time, Ahdieh also studied music in private classes of Tehran's music conservatory as well as working towards her Degree in Accounting.
Despite being famous in her youth, she was forced to serve for two years in the military service, a requirement for youth at that time. Although the government had a list of people that they would exclude from this service, she was not included on that list, for they viewed her as a good role model to other youth.
By the age of 19, she performed in an International Festival in Shiraz “The Feast of Art”, as one of the best singers in Iran Radio & Television (with the presence of Iran’s Queen).
In 1976, Ahdieh, the tireless fighter of peace and unity, decided to move to Spain as a Baha'i pioneer. She perceived this as a way to show her love and try to serve to the world, besides the profound love she had for her own country. This gave her an opportunity to serve in an international dimension as well.
When Ahdieh leaved Iran she was 25 years old, and during this short time of her musical career in Iran as a Persian Singer, she had sung more than 1,000 songs in Persian movies and different Radio programs as Children, Youth and Gholha, as well as other popular songs.
Ahdieh specially desired to share with the people of all countries the teachings of the Baha'i Faith which promotes worldwide unity. This motivation inspired her to leave her fame behind and to go to Spain in the beginning of 1976.
Moving to Spain was a benediction which prevented Ahdieh‘s persecution during Islam republic coming to power. Her name was on a list of people to be executed, because of being a Baha’i.
While in Iran she had travelled a lot overseas, but since 1976 she travelled throughout the five continents, participating in Baha’i International conferences and collaborating with various international organizations, which were focused on philanthropic aims as universal education, equality of men and women, peace, unity, raising funds against cancer, etc. Regardless the type of accommodations or transportation, she ventured to distant and remote places, like to the depths of the Amazon or Africa, as well as to prominent places.
Accepting invitations for performing did not depend on whether or not she was known in a place, because her sole aim was to serve and promote the ideas of peace and unity through her music.
In 1979, she was married and in the following years had four children, who all share in her musical talents. After having the family, she returned to her goal of travelling throughout the continents, this time, accompanied by her children specially her son who plays piano.
During the years she has lived in Spain, she has produced many productions, audio and audiovisuals, and some special productions for children.