Tribute to a traditionalist

Though the late Adi Doctor’s views were esoteric, committed Zoroastrians of any hue are comrades in arms
Berjis Desai

There was poignancy in the tributes paid to Adi Doctor in the latest issue of The Parsee Voice, the newsletter of the Ilm-e-Khshnoomists, the ultra orthodox group. Doctor, a bachelor, who died recently at Bombay, was a bank official, Western music critic, a writer and speaker, a professor, and most importantly, a lifelong exponent of Ilm-e-Khshnoom (IeK). He was a vocal spokesman for the hard core traditionalists. A defeatist undertone was evident in these tributes, as Doctor’s disconsolate followers conceded that without their leader, The Parsee Voice may not survive.       Adi Doctor: unflinching faith This columnist never had occasion......

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