Zoroastrianism was first practiced across the ancient Persian Empire, and Farvahar served as a symbol of the faith. The three emblems on Farvahar's wings represent good thoughts, good words, and good acts. The Farvahar promotes loyalty and fidelity by offering an invitation to go forward with the good and turn away from evil. Farvahar was originally a religious figure, but through time it evolved into a national emblem for contemporary Iran. This emblem serves as a powerful reminder of the power of human kindness and the deeds that go along with it, regardless of the circumstances we find ourselves in.