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A Day Trip To Udvada | #TGLPinUdvada

Hello everyone!

Hope the long weekend was spent exactly the way you imagined it. I’m usually a planner who likes to schedule my day’s happenings well in advance but since I actually had an agenda-less Friday (also being Good Friday), I joined my cousin and a couple of friends on a road trip to Udvada. 1,208 more words


Census - SenseUs

The father of Pakistan was a man who’s wife was Parsi.
Parsi’s have had a pivotal position in the build of the nation and even to this day, contribute in countless ways. 39 more words


Empowering With Cinema

Oorvazi Irani is an independent film-maker, film educationalist and acting coach based in Mumbai besides being the Director of her home production media company SBI Impresario Pvt. 1,177 more words



Parsi (or Parsee) is one of two Zoroastrian communities (the other being Iranis) majorly located in India and few in Pakistan. Parsis migrated from Greater Iran to Sindh and Gujarat, between the 8th and 10th century CE… 127 more words

REVIEW: 'Akuri...And A Pinch Of Hope' Will Change The Way You Look At Life!

In the day & age when glamour has conquered the entertainment space, Jamshid Roointon’s ‘Akuri…and a pinch of hope’ comes as a breath of fresh air with its story of a happy-go-lucky man’s encounter with another man who has lost all his hopes from life, at a Parsi Cafe. 488 more words


Dinshaw's Xpress Cafe - Koregaon Park

Dinshaw’s Xpress Cafe the renowned ice cream cafe has relaunched itself with some tempting new additions to the menu. Started in 1932, Dinshaw’s is one of India’s oldest Ice Cream Manufactures. 380 more words


Dinshaw’s | Koregaon Park | Pune

A well known brand in the ice cream industry, Dinshaw’s has set up a tidy café, mostly serving American comfort food, in Pune. With Navroze around the corner, it was time for some Parsi feast from the Dinshaw kitchen. 357 more words