“I identify myself as an artist first and foremost; film maker, actor, educationalist, all of these are facets to the same identity” says Oorvazi in her calm composed and assured manner setting the tone for what turns out to be a deeply reflective journey into her mind and method of art. 955 more words
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The Parsi New Year, Jamshed-e-Navroz is celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Shehenshai calendar followed by the Zoroastrian faith. Named after the Persian ruler Jamshed, in whose reign the festival began, Jamshed-e-Navroz is symbolic of rejuvenation and rebirth. 567 more words
The charm of a festival lies within the traditions, amidst people and tons of food!
No celebration is complete without food. And it is amazing how every celebration or festival has a typical ideal dish/menu to be followed. 579 more words
I love kebabs! call them cutlets or croquettes or kebabs, they are all wonderful variations of deliciousness and I love them all!
I’m usually one to make the mughalai type of frilly mutton cutlets (without potatoes in it) but this time I decided to try out something a bit different and the result was amazing! 98 more words