Return To Roots 2015 Trip Report

Return To Roots 2015 Trip Report

The Zoroastrian Return To Roots program began in 2013 and over the past two and a half years has now taken 30 Zoroastrian youth from the diaspora for a fully immersive trips to India to expeience Zoroastrian culture, history, religious practises, food, architecture and the Zarathushti way of life in India. Their second trip was…

My Tryst with Cricket

My Tryst with Cricket

From time to time we invite readers to contribute. This article is from Havovi Govadia. To use an English phrase ‘cricket is not my cuppa tea’. But living in India, one cannot avoid cricket and being married to a cricket lover seals your fate. During cricket season, which has now become throughout the year, our…

Will Mumbai’s 99-year-old iconic Parsi Dairy Farm shut shop ?

Will Mumbai’s 99-year-old iconic Parsi Dairy Farm shut shop ?

For almost a century, Parsi Dairy Farm has fattened generations of Mumbaikars on its high-quality milk, butter, ghee, and an assortment of mithais. Eateries across the city have for decades served its famous kulfis. Article by Nauzer Bharucha | Times of India Now, this vintage Mumbai institution, started by Parsi entrepreneur Nariman Ardeshir in 1916,…

Tanaz Godiwalla, The Queen Of Parsi Catering: In Conversation

Tanaz Godiwalla, The Queen Of Parsi Catering: In Conversation

Parsis love food. We’re always talking about it. At breakfast, we discuss what’s for lunch; at lunch, we discuss what’s for dinner; at dinner, we discuss the next day’s menu. While Mumbai’s many Parsi-Irani restaurants are testaments to our deep love for all things gastronomic, there’s no time of year that showcases our love for…