The Gilaks used to roll up the last harvested bundle of rice straw and hang it on one of the pillars in the terrace. They believed it would bless their rice fields.
The name of this rice bundle is warzamoshte, meaning the fist of rice straw which was harvested with the help of a cow.
Mrs. Houri decorates this bundle as a female doll with a golden skirt.
She is from Nahavand. This doll was originally made with wheat straws and its name was wheat doll. Houri has been living in Ghasem-Abad (eastern Guilan village) since many years and uses rice straws to make this doll, which is also called as the rice doll.
This doll has been produced in cooperation with the Puppet and Toy Museum of Kashan.