The drahna is the symbol for the Korrui religion.
The drahna was first described in the Büq o' Ksadowce (the Korrui scripture) which dates back to between 11,613 BCE and 12,086 BCE. Since it's reemergence in 1978, followers of the Korrui religion have used the drahna as the for the symbol of their faith, to label food that they can eat (according to their religious rules,) as a decorative item for their temples, homes, and clothing, and to bring good luck.
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