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Taking Parsi Cuisine To The Kitchen - Review (4/5)

My last meeting with Shelley for this 5-series blog was enriched with a lot of laughter and thought. A beautiful morning kickstarted with breakfast together, I questioned her as to what more I can cover about the Parsi food and culture. 934 more words


Sketch of a Sleeping Beauty, Udvada

On my recent trip to Vapi, I decided to take a day’s tour to the nearby Parsi coastal village called Udvada. The most important Zoroastrian religious center with lot of heritage value to it, Udvada is frequented by Parsis and Iranis from all over the world. 3,200 more words

Fire Temple

Pratik Shah reblogged this on Virasat E Hind Blog.

5 Billionaire Families From India’s Powerful Parsi Minority - Briefly - WSJ

India’s Parsis are one of the most successful minority and migrant groups in the world. They make up less than 0.005% of India’s population but three out of the country’s top 10 billionaires.They fled Iran and settled in India in the 10th century and have since played an outsized role in the evolution of India’s economy as pioneers of trade and industry. 250 more words


Salli Boti

Parsi food is my absolute favorite Indian cuisine. Parsi food is amazing and flavorful but with only limited spices and ingredients. The first time I tried their food I was stunned and surprised because they use limited and easily available ingredients in the kitchen but the food that comes out straight from the pan is flavorful and full of soul. 380 more words


Spicy chicken kheema

About the dish

Kheema pav is synonymous with the famed Irani cafes of Mumbai, where millions have indulged in a budget meal, watching the world go by. 285 more words


Breech Birth

“I lift up my eyes to the hills.
From where does my help come?
My help comes from the LORD,
who made heaven and earth.” 734 more words

Called Along The Way

Gazing At The Stars Through A Lens Of Traditions - The Parsi Calendar (3/5)

As I dove deeper in the sea of Parsi culture & traditions to learn about the feasts they serve on Navroza (Parsi New Year), I stumbled upon something far more intriguing – the Parsi calendar! 981 more words