The peace, tranquillity and oneness with Ahura Mazda that we experience when we gaze upon an atash is an inexplicable feeling. The silhouette of the aesthetic Afarganyu with the warm burning pile of sukhad topped by the glory of our very alive and sacred Atash is a special image in our hearts and minds.

We at Parsi Khabar wish to bring you an opportunity to replicate this feeling on a small scale with our custom hand made porcelain glazed tea light holders bearing the Afarganiu and Atash. A candle inside the holder lights up the translucent design on the surface resulting in an intensely heartwarming image. Bring one into your personal spaces and enjoy the effect that light has on your senses. You’ll see the Atash come alive in your own homes.

Food has always been one of the highlights of Parsi culture and society. The richness and variety of Parsi cuisine is unrivaled.

Here are some recipes. These are recipes that have been submitted by our readers. These are either their own original recipes or ones that have been passed on to them.

If you have a favorite recipe and would like to share it with our readers, please email it to us through the Contact Us page.

Appetizers and Side Dishes

Tamota Par Eedu: Eggs On Tomatoes

Main Courses

Lagan No Saas: Fish in White Sauce

Marghi Na Farcha: Fried Chicken Parsi Style

Ghambar Nu Papeta Ma Gosht: Mutton Stew Served at Feasts

Mutton Pulao Dal: Pulao Dal is made for all happy occassions and large family style gatherings.


Lagan Nu Custard: Parsi style custard served usually at Lagans (weddings) and Navjotes.