Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India Pakistan and The World

India’s religious community in irreversible decline

Parsis are an ethnic community in India that follow the Zoroastrian religion. They are originally from Fars in Iran and had migrated to Western India more than 800 years ago. They are an essential part of India’s cultural fabric and diversity but are perhaps the only community outside Europe to have experienced population and fertility decline. Aamer Trambu reports from Mumbai

India’s religious community in irreversible decline

from Aamer Trambu,Reporter @ Press TV on Vimeo.