Ervad Cavas Bagli, Head Priest of the Dar-e-Meher in Delhi, mentors a new generation of devoted mobeds to serve the community.
Zoroastrian Population Figures There is a lot of debate about the number of Zoroastrians living around the world today. Nergish Mistry from Delhi, pointed us to this page on Wikipedia that contains a list of countries where Zoroastrians are known to be living, along with the numbers available. The list is attributed
Mumbai Priests - Have The Courage To Say No. Have The Courage To Face The Truth By Jehangir Mehta | Perth, Australia Good leaders are invaluable to an association, community and the country. Bad leaders and gutter politics can destroy the very foundation of the pillars of any organization into economic disrepair
A perspective on the decline of Parsis, in the context of our dwindling numbers.
Shortage of Priests, forces Allahabad Parsis to rely on "temporary priests" In an article published in The Times of India yesterday, the author writes of the challenges faced by our diminishing community in North India: Even in this crucial juncture, the Atash Behram or the Holy fire at the
Intermarriage Row Must Be Resolved Soon by Joeanna Rebello Fernandes via Times of India, 8th May 2011 "It's not so much the elephant in the room that no one wants to acknowledge, but rather the unicorn they all imagine-that the global Parsi population isn't so desperately in decline, but
BPP requires grieving relatives to prove the deceased Parsi family member has not left her religion Whaat...??!! Yes, really... Now when a Parsi woman married to a non-Parsi man dies in Mumbai, besides grieving and taking care of other formalities, her family members will also have to organize an
Will Zoroastrianism Survive? By Yezad Kapadia Having just returned from a trip to the north of Europe, during which I could interact with many Zoroastrians in different geographic locations, I thought I would put down my thoughts on paper and post them on our website. In Oslo we caught
A Date With Parsis "The new saviours of a 3,500 year-old faith are hip and tech-savvy. Parsi-Zoroastrian youngsters are using Facebook, speed dating, and paintball competitions to meet, make merry and perhaps marry " An article by Janaki Viswanathan in Mid Day >> click here to read