Faravahar is one of the most well-known symbols of Iranian peoples, and Zoroastrianism, the primary religion of Iran before the Muslim conquest of Iran, and of Iranian nationalism.
The Faravahar is the best-known symbol from ancient Persia of the winged sun disk with a seated male figure in the center.
There are various interpretations of what the faravahar symbolizes, however no one actually knows what the Faravahar meant to the ancient Persians who created the symbol.
The Faravahar is one of the best known symbols of Iran and is often worn as pendant among Iranians, including Zoroastrians and Kurds and has become a secular national and cultural symbol
Front: Faravahar Symbol
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