The aim is to revive and reinstate the selected Persian handicrafts to its original glory.
The Embroidered Zoroastrian (Zartoshti-Duzi) art is a kind of tailoring special for Zoroastrian women, invented by themselves. This art is inspired by mythological motifs and its history reaches before Islam. It was carried by Persian traders into East China as early as the sixth century BCE. The prevalence of this forgotten art was from the city Yazd in Persia. Zoroastrianism, although the smallest of the major religions of the world in the number of its adherents, is historically one of the most important.