The Zoroastrian Fire Temple in Yazd is the most important Zoroastrian fire temple in the world. It’s been built about 80 years ago. When the Zoroastrians decided to build a fire temple for themselves, a Zoroastrian Indian, accompanied them to build this fire temple. In India, Zoroastrians are known as “Parseh”, they are the same Zoroastrians who immigrated to India 300 years ago. At the top of the building is the symbol of “Farvahar”, which for Zoroastrians seems like a sign of the Christian cross. The symbol of Farvahar is the image of an old man showing the value that Zarathustra attaches to the elderly. It is said that the fire burning in the fire temple has not been extinguished for about 1600 years. The worshipers are only allowed to enter the room of the fire headquarters. The fire burns inside a large bronze chamber. This fire was brought to Aqda from Larestan and was lit there for about 700 years, then it moved from Aqda to Ardakan and finally to Yazd. He was first transferred to the house of one of the priests and later to the current location of the Zoroastrian fire temple in Yazd.