Varham Fire Temple was built in 1313 by Iranian and Indian Persian Zoroastrians. This building was settled in the center of a garden, a circular pool in the yard added to its beauty. The fire settled in a highest place in the building and these are some rooms for praying in the building, too. Its burning fire was brought 1515 years sooner to Haftadar village thanthat burning fire in Nahid Pars temple. When Varham fire temple was built, the fire moved to this place and so far the fire has not been extinguished. Fire temples carvings were made in Isfahan and then were transferred to Yazd. Zoroastrians use this fire temple during festivals, religious ceremonies, meetings and conferences.