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The Mahi Pattern Persian (fish rugs)are unique and exquisite works of art with a rich cultural legacy. The Mahi motif, a flower surrounded by leaves, is referred to as a fish because of a legend about the god Mehr. According to this legend, Mehr was born in water on a lotus flower, with two fish guarding him. The flower symbolizes Mehr, while the leaves represent the fish. The Mahi pattern is an essential part of Persian culture and religion and has been depicted in various art forms throughout history. The Mahi pattern has an intricate design passed down through centuries of tradition, mythology, and artistry. The pattern even has a profound significance in ancient Persian religion, where semi-human, semi-fish gods were worshipped, as depicted in Assyrian and Sumerian documents. The Mahi motif is a symbol of Mehr and represents divine protection. Our Mahi Pattern Persian rugs are not only exquisite, but they also carry a profound cultural and historical significance. They add a touch of timeless elegance to your living space and transport you to a realm of ancient mystique and divine protection.

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