Jewelry & Adornments
Haoma is a myth in ancient Iranian history that has both a divine and mundane aspect. He is the male offspring of Ahura Mazda and his physical representation is a divine plant with healing properties which fights against demons. It is known as Suma in Hindu culture. It is mentioned in certain Zoroastrianism sources as well as The Shahnameh.
Dancing has a long history in Iran which dates as far back to 5 BC. Iran was one of the ancient empires which promoted dancing as Greek texts report dancing in the royal court, first mentioned in the books written by Xenophon. In the Achaemenid Empire, dancing, singing and music was quite prominent among all people and dancing was being taught in addition to singing.
Vayu, the lord of the winds and a deity shared between Hindus and Iranians, has a dualistic nature of good and evil since the wind blows through both the world of good and the world of evil. This design presents a two-headed snake, a holy being in Iranian culture as well as others, which is feeding on a pool of blood. Shamsa which is the symbol of balance and order can be observed therein.