Have your geh sarna and burn it too

Recently a philatelist bought from an auction house the original of a letter addressed by Dara J. D. Cama, originally of Ahmedabad, dated February 15, 1967, addressed to Dastur Khurshed S. Dabu, then High Priest of the H. B Wadia Atash Behram, in response to what Dabu had written in his popular column, Rahunama-e-Din in the Jam-e-Jamshed about how unhygienic and irreligious it was to cremate Parsis. Dabu had written that even cats and dogs were cremated alongside humans in public crematoria. Cama obtained a certificate from the deputy municipal commissioner stating that no animals were being cremated in the......

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