The memoir of a Parsi 'Tommy' from Navsari, reflects his investment in the power of the British empire, his pride in history, and myths located in the pre-Arab Persian empire, and an empathetic view of the Ottoman empire.
"The Saga Of The Aryan Race" Vol I: By Porus Homi Havewala Arktos Media have recently republished the first two volumes of Porus Homi Havewala’s ‘The Saga of the Aryan Race’ - a semi-fictional historical epic on the history of the Zoroastrian and Indo-European (‘Aryan’) peoples. The purpose of
My Bombay Kitchen: A culinary treasure from Niloufer Ichaporia King Niloufer Ichaporia King lives in a house with three kitchens. She prowls through at least six farmers markets a week in search of unusual greens, roots and seeds, traditional food plants from every immigrant culture in the Bay Area.
City of Thieves - by Cyrus Moore A Financial Thriller by Cyrus Moore Fellow Parsi, and author Cyrus Moore has just come out with his first novel “City of Thieves” - a financial thriller set in the days leading up to the credit crunch. You can find
Confessions to a Serial Womaniser What links a hugging saint, a ground-breaking scientist who took on the multinationals, a French Resistance heroine who took on the Gestapo, a judge who took on Saddam Hussein, a high flier who was educated by an elephant, a spiritual giantess who danced
Parsis - A Photographic Journey One of the most awesome and insightful portrayals of the Parsi Community that exists in the world today, is this beautifully written, photographic journey of the Zoroastrians of India, by Sooni Taraporewala. In her inimitable, free flowing yet insightful style this legendary photographer/screenwriter captures the