The French Revolution - II A Parisian romance and the BPP

Parsi politics has never been short of strategists. The orthodox defendants identified a "Rajput lady in a much humbler sphere of life,” in the now politically incorrect words of Justice Davar, who had had children from her Parsi paramour. Like Suzanne Tata, she too was navjoted by making her wear the sudreh and kusti and claiming that she was a Zoroastrian. The orthodox wanted to whip up mass hysteria that if Suzanne were to be permitted to avail of the benefits of Parsi trusts including consignment to the Towers of Silence, it would result in the opening of Pandora’s box,......

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