The Simurgh is a mythological healing bird which is a symbol of miraculous life and treatment in the Middle Eastern Culture.
Although the Simurg varies in different cultures in the Middle East and also seen in the ancient Chinese, Indian and Greek mythologies, the Simurgh features strongly in Persian mythology and a number of the great epic poems of Persian literature.
Persian mythology describes the Simurgh, living on the Mount Qaf, on the top of the Gaokerena tree, which contained the seeds of the elixir of immortality
The Simurgh is carved from Sipo. There is no dye and stain involved.
Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, materials, dimensions, and color may vary slightly.