“Time has come to let go”

With Parsis declining or absent in areas where community properties remain, should these be monetized rather than safeguarded?
Parinaz Gandhi

The Vesu Anjuman near Surat (which until six years ago had about 30 to 40 families and was regularly distributing financial aid to the indigent) has requested The Federation of the Parsi Zoroastrian Anjumans of India (FPZAI) to manage its affairs. Sam Chothia, vice president of West Zone B and chief executive officer of the FPZAI’s Defunct Anjumans Committee (DAC) reported on this development at the annual general meeting on January 21, 2023 at the Banaji Atash Behram Hall. The Igatpuri anjuman in Maharashtra which manages an agiary, dharamshala and tower of silence had earlier requested the Federation to take......

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