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NIAC's partners in Iran: Iran's economic mafia and regime associates

NIAC’s partners in Iran: Iran’s economic mafia and regime associates.

The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) is a Washington-based grassroots lobbying organization that was founded by its president Trita Parsi in 2002. 2,127 more words

Iran

Parsi bawa wedding food in photos

A bawa wedding is not complete without its food. Here are pics from a friend’s wedding…
Some of the delicious things served alfresco… yes, we eat egg, mutton, chicken and fish… all in one meal. 235 more words

Around Mumbai

A Book worth exploring ....

“Peonies and Pagodas Embroidered Parsi Textiles”

This book seems interesting…

jm

May 2015

Book

The Explosions that Rocked the Bombay Harbour in 1944

“Seventy-one years ago, on April 14, two explosions rocked Bombay Harbour, raining death and destruction on the docks and the area around it. An estimated 800 people were killed in those explosions, thousands were driven from their homes, and the city’s waterfront was left in a shambles.” 7 more words

News

Who wants Sali Boti in Nagpur? Cheaper and better than Britannia in Mumbai !

Sali Boti. Healthy, homemade, well cooked, mutton with the perfect khattu-mitthu (sweet and sour) balance. Crunchy potato sticks soaking over a mildly spicy mutton curry. Parsi cuisine is just brilliant with its rare Gujju Iranian fusion recipes. 82 more words

Boti

A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry

A Fine Balance (1995) is Rohinton Mistry‘s second novel, after Such A Long Journey. It is too long at 600+pages. It is a wonderful book set in Mumbai between 1975-1984 (Indira Gandhi’s Emergency features prominently), but it is still too long. 1,429 more words

Literature

Zoroastrianism: Speaking the Language of Heart and Mind

Communication is at the core of our very existence. We are very passionate about sharing our thoughts, views, concepts, and many other things that is on our mind and heart. 1,515 more words

Religion