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Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India, Pakistan and the World
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Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India Pakistan and The World

In the 01/28/2020 edition:
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Karachi’s first elected mayor Jamshed Nusserwanjee remembered


Celebrating the 134th birth anniversary of Jamshed Nusserwanjee (1886-1952), a philanthropist and the first elected mayor of Karachi, speakers at a gathering on Sunday stressed the dire need to understand and acknowledge the contributions of various non-Muslim communities, especially Parsis. The Karachi Theosophical Society, a forum founded in 1896, organised the gathering at the auditorium […]

 

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Bawas Got Talent: One for the community


Bawas Got Talent is a chance for the Parsi community to showcase their skills in the performing arts The Parsi community may be small and dwindling in number but that hasn’t proved to be a deterrent while they try to make a mark in the performing arts. From theatre to music and dance, they have […]

 

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Meher Marfatia: The adventure lies in finding out


ONCE UPON A TIME book launch on Saturday February 8, 2020 at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival Four years after Meher Marfatia started an essay series in this paper that explored the forgotten bylanes and people of Bombay, a book will preserve these stories for posterity. Mumbai, as a city, can surprise you. The more […]

 

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