Arya Food Market
Persian/Iranian Gourmet grocery store in Ottawa, ON
Ottawa’s Largest Persian Market
Established in 1999, Arya Food Market is the largest and most popular Persian market in Ottawa. Come in and enjoy a wide variety of Persian and Middle-Eastern delicacies today. From fresh pastries to pistachios & nuts to fresh Halal meat and much more…
Arya Food Market is a Persian food store that sells Persian groceries, spices, and pastries. They also have a butcher in the back that offers halal meat
Arya also spelt Aarya, Ariya or Aryan
also known as Aryo or Ario is an Indo-Iranian given name of Sanskrit and Persian origins. The Sanskrit word Arya is a surname and a masculine (???? ?rya) and feminine Hindu given name, signifying ‘honourable’.
In Iran, it is a popular masculine given name and a popular surname. In Indonesia, Arya is also commonly used as a masculine given name, usually in Java, Bali, and other places. In Javanese, it becomes “Aryo”, “Ario”, or “Aryono”.
The name is also beginning to appear in the western world after the character Arya Stark of the television series Game of Thrones.
For the meaning and history of the Persian and Sanskrit word, see the article Arya
Aryo Barzan, an Achaemenid prince who was born in 368 BC and died in 330 BC Aryandes, satrap of Persian Egypt Ariamnes satrap of Cappadocia Ariy?ramna
a minor king in pre-imperial Persia (Pars region) and great-grandfather of Darius I Ariobarzanes I of Media Atropatene, ruled from 65 BC to 56 BC Ariobarzanes II of Atropatene, grandson of Ariobarzanes I, king of Media Atropatene from 20 BC to 8 BC Ariobarzanes I of Cappadocia, king of Cappadocia from 93 BC to ca.
63 or 62 BC Akram Monfared Arya, first Iranian female pilot Arya Aramnejad (born 1983), Iranian singer Arya Aziminejad (born 1973), Iranian composer Aria Nasimi Shad, Iranian Swimmer.
Ariya Daivari, Iranian-American professional wrestler Fatemeh Motamed-Arya (born 1961), Iranian actress Arya Haghighat an Iranian Pharmacist