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  • Veneration in Ajmalgadh - Farrokh Jijina

    A joint effort by community members and others resulted in...
  • Brouhaha at Banaji’s - Farrokh Jijina

    Relations between the trustees of the Cowasji Behramji Banaji Atash...
  • Rustom soars - Farrokh Jijina

    "As you can imagine, I am delighted to see Rustom’s...
  • Shifting fire - Farrokh Jijina

    "The first ever distribution of grants and scholarships under the...
  • Ahmedabad: the extra mile - Farrokh Jijina

    "The ZAGA (Zarathusti Awareness Group of Ahmedabad) children of yesteryear...

Zoroastrians Abroad

  • 11th WZC program - Parinaz Gandhi

    "Now we are adding value to the program and items...
  • Passion for philately - Parinaz Gandhi

    Among the 15 members of the East Africa Study Circle...
  • Data driven - Parinaz Gandhi

    London based business intelligence consultant Narius Patel’s submission for the...

Sports

  • Supine yet supreme - Parinaz Gandhi

    Lying down with a bed of nails under his back...
  • From Shiraz to Shiraz - Parinaz Gandhi

    After serving as president of the Nagpur Parsi Gymkhana (NPG)...
  • Sydney strikers - Kersi Meher-Homji

    In a thrilling finish, Homeher Bana’s Heroes defeated brother Beghzad...

Cover Story

  • With strings attached - Roxanne Kavarana Vakharia

    World-renowned puppeteer Dadi Pudumjee floored his Dubai fandom once more....

Books

Business

  • GUSTI’s gumption - Text: Parinaz M. Gandhi  Photos: Jasmine D. Driver

    "I don’t advocate entrepreneurship. I have been through three years...

History

Comment

  • Abode in Amritsar - Shirin Bhandari

    "It is all like a dream now…” I stand in...

Milestones

  • Milestones - Roxan Driver

      Parsiana sources information for the Milestones column from various anjumans,...

Seminar

So they say

  • Quotes

      "Horses, wine and jewelry — they always seem to disappear....

Bawa Musings

  • The principal - Berjis Desai

    He simply loved it that generations of his students called...
 
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