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Kofta (meatball) Curry

This is a traditional curry recipe, not one you’ll find in an Indian restaurant. It’s the traditional Parsi curry that mum would cook for us on a Saturday night. 402 more words

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Old world charmĀ 

A visit down the bylanes of Fort in the afternoons and you feel transported to the colonial times. But soon the hustle bustle around you brings you to the present day chaos šŸ˜Š 51 more words

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Modern Day Gara

In the previous post (Memoirs Of A Gara), I gave a brief history of the Gara embroidery and it’s significance. For today’s blog, I brought together three garas which have a more modern touch than the ones in the previous post. 367 more words

Postcards From Persia: Sodabottleopenerwaala

If you have grown up in Mumbai or even visitedĀ the city, one thing that you possibly wouldn’t have missed areĀ the legendary Parsi and Irani cafes of the city… 962 more words

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Memoirs Of A Gara

Gara embroidery is a traditional Parsi embroidery. It was originally inspired by the work on the ceremonial robes of the Chinese. But, after the embroidery came to be known by the Parsi women, they put in their own little motifs, apart from those of the animal and floral motifs of the Chinese. 440 more words

PROPHECIES ABOUT PROPHET MUHAMMAD IN THE PARSI SCRIPTURE.

PROPHECIES ABOUT PROPHET MUHAMMAD IN
THE PARSI SCRIPTURE.
The Parsi religion is one of the oldest religions in the world,
perhaps as old if not older than the Hinduism. 393 more words

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Parsee Fali Nariman supports Blasphemy Laws

The eminent lawyer, Nariman, whose Parsi community only survived because of Hindu generosity, is against Hindu rights, but supports Blasphemy rights.

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