Parsi News Dwindling number of Parsis – via NDTV December 19, 2011 1 Comment Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email The Parsi community in Delhi is struggling because of dwindling numbers. But how is it really coping with this issue? NDTV visits the only Parsi temple in New Delhi on its 50th Anniversary, to know more. See the whole video report here. Related Posts:Sir Ratan Tata Trust - Encouraging Education, Empowering the YouthNavroze in DelhiAn article on Agiarys - from Hindustan Times Share This: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email 1 Comments Increasing numbers of Parsis are (very privately) dealing, along with others in India, with fertility issues. Like others who are increasingly marrying in their mid to late 30s, fertility issues crop up across communities. Many Delhi Parsis, whether inter or intra married, DO feel a need to procreate and increase numbers. But at private gatherings, I’ve heard several women or couples whisper about their pain and heartache, being unable to conceive. I recently came across this existing thread about that same issue, on this site!: http://delhiparsis.com/2011/05/09/intermarriage-row-must-be-resolved-soon/#comments Clearly others are concerned. Perhaps more resources about fertility issues should be openly discussed by the community. Reply Leave a Reply to Dilna Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.