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Zoroastrianism in Uzbekistan 

“Inside, we are really Zoroastrians,” says my guide with sincerity. The ancient form of religion has become entwined with Islam and today, Uzbeks celebrate both Nowruz and Ramzan – Nowruz follows solar calendar while Ramzan follows lunar. 527 more words

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Udvada: The Perfect Foodie Getaway

Culinary travel is something that I’m very passionate about. And yes, I certainly will  travel 200 kilometres  away from Mumbai in search of hidden gems that nourish and  feed the soul.Well after all the best part of any travel is the food, right? 721 more words

Food Journeys

Khao Piyo Isko: A Tribute To Ramsay | Unique Stories From India

A fine dining experience for zombies.

Who said high-end restaurants aren’t for the undead? Looks like meat’s back on the menu, boys!

101 Phir Se Ramsay is a look back at the cultural phenomenon that was the iconic Indian horror flick. 75 more words

Parsi Panja | Unique Stories From India

Doctor VC discovers that the Parsis are a small but strong community. Literally!

They may be few in number, but there’s no doubting their spirit and enthusiasm! 108 more words

Parsi Panja | Unique Stories From India

Doctor VC discovers that the Parsis are a small but strong community. Literally!

They may be few in number, but there’s no doubting their spirit and enthusiasm! 109 more words

Azerbaijan - The land of fire (Part II)

I did not have much time to read about Azerbaijan before my trip, but one thing got my attention – the country is home to about half of the world’s mud volcanoes. 582 more words

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Sketch of a Sleeping Beauty, Udvada

On my recent trip to Vapi, I decided to take a day’s tour to the nearby Parsi coastal village called Udvada. The most important Zoroastrian religious center with lot of heritage value to it, Udvada is frequented by Parsis and Iranis from all over the world. 3,200 more words

Fire Temple

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