Uraman Village is the center of Orumanat Village and is located in the southwest of Saravabad city. Uraman village houses are generally made of stone and often made in China (without mortar) and in a staircase. This village is known among the villagers of the region to the city of Uriman, and they believe that the village is once a large city with a special center and therefore it is considered as the bed or center (governorate) of the Uraman area. The specific situation of the village in terms of architecture, as well as special ceremonies (annual ceremonies of Pirhslayari), and the presence of the tomb and the mosque of Pir Shaliar, and especially the population and the number of significant settlements, indicate its importance in the past.
Various views have been raised about the origin of the naming of Hooraman that have not been verified linguistically. For example, in the Orami language, Hoor means cloud and cloud meaning and the general concept of where the clouds come from. Another term, the Oraman or Horaman, describes the two parts of Ahura and Mann, meaning home, land, and land, and interprets it as the Ahoora land and the position of Ahura Mazda. Hur in the Avesta means the sun. Hooraman can be called the place of the sun.
The area is more mountainous, with its vast and deep valleys and countless rivers. The waters of these springs and rivers are based on the two rivers Sirvan and Layla, which are joined at a point known as Dorelah near the border between Iran and Iraq. Among these springs can be referred to as the Springs Bell, which is 3000 to 4000 liters per second in its most abundant water and flows to Cirvan, and on the other hand, the river from which it is based, is the shortest river in the world.
A typical village in Oraman with bridges
However, a large part of the Oraman region is made up of high and high mountains. But at lower elevations there are somewhat widespread, denser forests on the slopes of these mountains. The forest cover of this area is much larger than that of the Zagros Mountains than the oak trees. Other trees such as almond and hawthorn are also found to be remarkable. These forests have long been the source of winter fuel supplies to the locals.
The architecture of Oramanat is perfectly aligned with the mountain and is based on the construction of the stone and in the form of dry China, and houses in the villages of the region, due to the steep slope of the rocky slopes are stairs. Houses are in most cases built in two floors and vary according to the livelihood of the spaces of houses, and houses of gardeners, farmers, livestock growers are more or less different. In many cases, the ground floor is dedicated to the storage of flocks and barns. The main residential space is located on the upper floor and consists of different sections.