Also near the province of Yazd, Pir-e Banu is a site dedicated to Banu-Pars, the youngest princess of the last Sassanian Empire. Before arriving to this site, the princess stopped at a farmer for a glass of milk, but the Arabs eventually caught up and she had to leave. She escaped to the mountains, but being thirsty and having nowhere else to go, Banu-Pars also prayed for help, and like the rest of her family, she was taken in to the mountain's interior. Years later, a blind man rested on this site, and he also dreamed of what had happened. When he woke up, his vision came back to him, and he built a shrine at the pir. This pir is to remind Zoroastrians that whenever they seem blinded from troubles, they will see the light one day if they persevere on. They must stay faithful and not give up their beliefs in order for that to happen.