May 2013 – August 2013
Zoroastrian Faroahar – Hindu Temple Tividale, Dudley
“What a special and memorable event! Many congratulations to you on what you have done in building the beautiful and magnificent Farohar. Many thanks once again for what you have done for the Zoroastrian community and for promoting interfaith harmony”
Lord Karan Bilimoria. CBE, DL
This wonderful commission in celebration of Zoroastrianism, the world’s oldest monotheistic religion took the form of a 3 metre wide winged steel Farohar, the symbol of the ancient Persian religion. The sculpture is mounted upon a two metre plinth which is in turn be mounted on the bespoke earth mound dedicated to the religion next to the Temple. We are proud to be a new member of the Temple’s rich and welcoming community.