The Farvahar (Persian: فروهر) also known Far-e Kiyani (Persian: فر کیانی) is one of the best-known symbols of ancient Iran (Persia), Iranian nationalism and Zoroastrianism. The Farvahar is the most worn pendant amongst Iranians and has become a secular national symbol, rather than a religious symbol because it has been absconded with by non-Zoroastrians, although its Zoroastrian roots should not be ignored. 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.
This Faravahar designs collections which was created according to the original Faravahar by Babak Mobasheri in 2016.
Faravahar productscollections are available are as follows: