Paristan or Pari-estan (Persian: پریستان pariyestân, "fairyland"; پری pari [fairy] + the suffix -stan) is a name of a fairyland in the folklore of Middle East, South Asia and Central Asia. In many children's stories Koh-e-Qaf is also used for fairyland. Koh-e-Qaf (Persian: کوہ قاف) refers to the Caucasus mountains.
Most of the fairies are depicted as young females with very fair colour, golden hair and light colored eyes. Most of the people claim about Koh-e-Qaf that It is placed near the Baghdad (Iraq). The story named "Thief of Baghdad" mentions that the fairies of Koh-e-Qaf live in a place near Baghdad.
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