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Faravahar Forouhar Zoroastrianism Symbol Sculpture
Having the statues of “Faravahar Forouhar Zoroastrianism Symbol Sculpture” or other statues of the elders of Iran, is a sign of our respect and love for the elders of our land, although if we live outside of Iran, because our culture depends on these elders.
- Size: 20×1.5×36 cm
- Material: Polyester
Faravahar Forouhar Zoroastrianism Symbol
Faravahar (Forouhar or Zoroastrianism) is a winged body Symbol. This Symbol has been introduced as the symbol of Ahura Mazda in the view of some archaeologists and Iranologists. The symbol of the winged sun has a long history in the culture of the Middle East and the symbol of Faravahar or Forouharis is an adaptation of it. The symbol of Forouhar is the symbol of the kingdom of Iran. A handful of scientific writings consider this symbol to be Ahura Mazda, which seems to be wrong. Because Ahura Mazda is neither male nor female. In fact, God is not an earthly being who has sex. He has also raised his hand of prayer to God. There is no evidence that the image of the Prophet Zoroaster is. Since the prophet Zarathustra wore a cloth and did not wear a royal crown.
|Approximate weight||951 Gram|
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|