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Faravahar Classic Zoroaster Zarathushtra Persian Parsi Symbolic Religious Art Wrist Watch


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  • Premium Citizen 2040 quartz movement.
  • 40 mm large heavy brass case. Also available in smaller 30 mm ladies / boys' size on request.
  • Leather band.
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The Faravahar (Persian: فروهر) also known as Farr-e Kiyani (Persian: فر کیانی) is one of the best-known symbols of ancient Iran (Persia). It symbolizes Zoroastrianism andIranian nationalism.[1][2]

The Faravahar is the most worn pendant among Iranians and has become a secular national symbol, rather than a religious symbol. It symbolizes Good thoughts (Persian:پندار نیک pendār-e nik), Good words (Persian: گفتار نیک goftār-e nik) and Good deeds (Persian: کردار نیک kerdār-e nik), which are the basic tenets and principals of the Zoroastrianism.


The New Persian word فروهر is read as forouhar or faravahar (it was pronounced as furōhar in Classical Persian). The Middle Persian forms were frawahr(Book Pahlavi: plwʾhl, Manichaean: prwhr), frōhar (recorded in Pazend as 

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