Faravahar Symbol

Ahura Mazda is the god of Zoroastrianism and Faravahar is the symbol of Zoroastrianism. Faravahar is one of the spiritual forces that existed before the creation of beings. In Vendidad, Ahura Mazda says to Zarathustra: Praise my Faravahar, who is very high, good, beautiful, steadfast and complete in piety. According to the Zoroastrians, the “Faravahars” came to earth every year in the month of Farvardin and brought heavenly blessings. The Symbol of Farvahar depicts a bearded man with one hand reaching forward. He stands above a pair of wings that are outstretched from a circle representing eternity. This symbol also refers to all Iranian kings who used it to express their Persian identity. We have collected this Symbol of Zoroastrianism in different shapes in ShopiPersia. You can buy a ring or necklace with Faravahar or Ahura Mazda Symbol from our collection. We ship worldwide.

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