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Parsi - Chicken Cutlet Recipe

The Parsis immigrated to India and now Pakistan from Iran being one of the two Zoroastrian communities. The major population of the Parsi community in India is concentrated in Maharasthra and Gujrat, though they have settled in small factions across the country. 532 more words



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We are in the midst of the most significant period in the Parsi calendar. The ten days leading up to Pateti, which is a day before Navroz, or the Parsi New Year, are known as ‘Muktad’, during which it is believed that the souls of our dear departed ones visit the Earth. 274 more words



Sarosh, my father, passed away on Sunday, and it would be the greatest injustice if I didn’t dedicate a blog to him. Firstly, because he was my advertising department and would tell everyone he met about my blog; and secondly, because I am as proud to be the daughter of this amazing human being as he was proud of my brother and me. 753 more words

Book Launch - INDIRA by Sagarika Ghose

With the 70th Independence Day around the corner – you need to delve into this piece of historic beauty by Sagarika Ghose – INDIRA : India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister. 158 more words


Navroz festival : Parsi People

  • It is a Parsi New Year festival.
  • While the Balkans, the Caucasus, the Middle Easterns celebrate the festival on March 21, the first day of the Zoroastrian calendar, in India there is another version of the festival that is followed according to the 
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The Mystery of Bhakra

“The Mystery of Bhakra” sounds like a good title for a book or a movie, but actually, Bhakra is a tea time snack that’s a kind of biscuit/cake. 298 more words


Little Zizou (India 2008)

HOME Manchester offered this rare screening of an example of ‘Indian Independent Cinema’ complete with a Q&A featuring writer-director Sooni Taraporevala and two of her child actors, her now grown-up son and daughter Jahan and Iyanah. 972 more words