Government to Fund “The Everlasting Flame” to Preserve Parsi Culture And Heritage

Government to Fund “The Everlasting Flame” to Preserve Parsi Culture And Heritage

First Ambitious Project Under New Scheme “Hamari Dharohar”, to Preserve Rich Heritage Of Parsi Community Three Exhibitions to be Held at an Estimated Cost of Rs. 14 Crore The Ministry of Minority Affairs in collaboration with UNESCO Parzor Foundation, has approved curation of three travelling iconic Exhibitions, ‘The Everlasting Flame’ along with academic and cultural

The Parsi Food Pilgrims

The Parsi Food Pilgrims

I’m going to be honest with you. I’m a Parsi but I’ve always had a somewhat tenuous love for Parsi food. Of course I liked the odd dish here and there—dhan-dar chawal, simple yellow dal and rice usually eaten with a spicy prawn patiyo; sali marghi, in which the chicken is doused with crisply fried

Freyan Bhathena: The Baug Life

Freyan Bhathena: The Baug Life

The 2015 Return To Roots Fellows had an opportunity to interact with Freyan Bhathena, Editor Parsi Times while in Mumbai, during the March 2015 Tour. Below is the powerpoint presentation made by Freyan to the Roots Fellows.

Yazdi Tantra: Connecting the Community Worldwide

Yazdi Tantra: Connecting the Community Worldwide

The 2015 Return To Roots Fellows had an opportunity to interact with Yazdi Tantra while in Mumbai, during the March 2015 Tour. Below is the powerpoint presentation made by Yazdi to the Roots Fellows.

Return to Roots is a youth-initiated program designed to strengthen community identity amongst Zoroastrian youth the world over.

The idea of a Zoroastrian Return to Roots Program was born out of the increasing disconnect between those Zoroastrians in the diaspora with their ancestral communities in Iran and India. It is a unique means of fostering community links and identity by taking small groups of youth on trips to explore their religious, social and cultural heritage.