"The last of the Zoroastrians" is a long read published in the Guardian, written by Shaun Walker.
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
Matrimonial Meet at Bardoli The Bardoli Jarthosti Anjuman will be hosting a “Matrimonial Meet” for eligible single Parsis, on 20th & 21st November, 2010 at Bardoli. The participants should reach Bardoli either on 19th evening or latest by 20th morning and leave on the evening /night of 21st November
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
Navroze '10 Celebrations and Talk of Change via Times of India "Acutely conscious of the threat to its existence, the community is now talking of change even as it preserves its culture and heritage. At the gathering on Thursday evening, there was a vibrant display of sarees worn in
Parsi Meter: Going Down The day after Pateti this year, an article appeared in the Hindustan Times, commenting upon the state of Parsis in the National Capital Region of Delhi (click on the picture above to enlarge and read). You can also read it online here, on the author's