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Pourya-ye Vali Persian Wrestling Champion Sculpture
Having “Pahlavan Mahmoud – Pourya-ye Vali Persian Wrestling Champion 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.
- Dimensions: 48×24×21 cm
- Material: Polyester
Pourya-ye Vali Persian Wrestling Champion
Pourya-ye Vali, was a Persian Sufi and wrestled. The nickname Pouryā-ye Vali has been attributed to Pahlavan Mahmoud in Khwarezm. The location of his tomb is uncertain. He also wrote a book titled Kanz ol-Haghayegh in Persian. Pourya-ye Vali wrestled as a young man and embroidered boots and hats. As a young man, he traveled to various cities in Central Asia, Iran and India and wrestled everywhere and became known as a hero. There are many narrations about Pourya-ye Vali’s spiritual transformation. In general, he was a famous myth. If you are interested in Iranian mythology, we have the largest collection of Persian sculptures in ShopiPersia. We ship worldwide
|Approximate weight||5 kg|
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|