Parsis: The Zoroastrians of India Pakistan and The World

Why Are India’s Parsi People Going Extinct?

There are less than 60,000 Parsis in India today.

That fact itself is so alarming that it demands measures to help the community from fading away. Despite their low numbers, their contribution in the field of education, architecture, literature, business, entertainment & food is impactful. The Government’s scheme called Jiyo Parsi is one such scheme that plans to embolden their existence in real figures by telling them to ”be responsible, don’t use a condom tonight.”

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After watching this video uploaded by Seeker Daily, that’s the question that lingers on my mind: Although desperate situations call for desperate measures, are these solutions realistic? Like bringing up 3 kids in a city like Mumbai?

What are your thoughts?