Neda Tahniat’s philosophy is based on dedication to the beauty of a pure heart and mind.
In its time, Persia was one of the greatest nations in the world. It was an abundant empire, rich with architecture, craftsmanship and art. The Persians were a strong and peaceful people who shaped an epoch of human civilization.
In her pieces, you will often find the symbol of Farvahar: The winged man. He is unifying icon from Persian belief and his age symbolises wisdom. He points forward with one hand, guiding towards the good life while leaving the bad behind. In his other hand he is holding a ring which represents faithfulness and unbreakable loyalty. The centre ring stands for both the eternity of the universe and the eternal nature of our soul. Finally, his three wings are a reminder of the Persians’ simple guidelines for life: “Good thoughts, Good words, Good deeds”. In other words, a pure and simple mindset for the true Persian.
It is a crafted memory of a great people’s pursuit of a better existence. Carrying the symbol and keeping the Persian saying in mind reminds us to believe in what is good. A reminder that we all should think good thoughts, say good words and do good deeds.
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