If you want /need to believe these sources, you're welcome. But the thing is we don't have persian sources. Where are they?As has been pointed out, the palace was burned, not the city. The Vulgate has the city given over to plundering (not destruction). Claiming the city was destroyed or razed is a nonsense. Peukestas was appointed satrap of Persis in 325/4. The capital of this satrapy is Persepolis. Antigonos is found redistributing the satrapies while in Persepolis in 316 (Diod. 19.46.6). The city was not destroyed no matter how you might want that to play into your narrative. Do you have source evidence to the contrary?
There's no such thing as "my narrative", that's just in your head. I'm interested in macedonian history, that's why I'm here.