Category Archives: New York

New York Parsis Launch The INDIA Campaign for their New Dar E Mehr

New York Parsis Launch The INDIA Campaign for their New Dar E Mehr

The Zoroastrian Association of Greater New York ZAGNY is building its new Dar-E-Mehr in New York. Situated on the same grounds as their old one, this is a brand new facility that will house the Dar-E-Mehr, and other community center facilities including Library, Lecture Halls, Banquet Room, Sports areas and a Performance Hall. More information…

Homa Dashtaki: White Moustache Yoghurt

How One Woman Survived A Bad Career Break, Then Launched A Life-Changing Business The inspiring, never-say-die story of Homa Dashtaki and White Moustache yogurt. On a quiet commercial street in Red Hook—a fast-gentrifying neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, that sits on the East River waterfront—there’s a bright green door with blocky windows. It stands out…

Persian Parade 2015 in New York City

Here are some pictures from the Persian Day Parade that went down Madison Avenue, in Manhattan; New York City today.   See the full set of images on Parsi Khabar’s Facebook Page

The Lord Family: Parsi Musicians in Hindi Movies

The Human Factor is a documentary that shall premiere at the 2013 New York International Film Festival. The screening is on May 01, 2013 at the Tribeca Cinemas Independent filmmaker Rudradeep Bhattacharjee’s documentary, The Human Factor showcases the Lords, a family of Parsi musicians who were a part of the orchestras of several big Bollywood…

FEZANA 2012 Zarathushti Awards Announced

The FEZANA Awards for 2012 were announced today at the XVI North American Zarathushti Congress 2012, being in New York at the Hilton Westchester, Rye Brook NY. Shirin Nariman Dastoor Outstanding Young Zarathushti Student Award Winner: E cialis canada rvad Bahrom F. Firozgary   Mehraban Zartoshty Outstanding Young Zarathushti Award Narius K. Dastur   North…

The Lens and Life of Homai Vyarawalla: Rubin Museum of Art New York

Homai Vyarawalla (1913-2012) was India’s first female photojournalist. This exhibition, the first on Vyarawalla outside of India, will present her photography from the late 1930s to 1970, and narrate her extraordinary life with a biographical film and ephemera from her career. Homai Vyarawalla; Indian (1913 – 2012) ; Jawaharlal Nehru caught by the camera at…