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Zoroastrains in India to explore cultural boundaries


“He’s not Parsi!”They are a gathering of nearly two dozen young Zoroastrians who have never lived in India. The group at the Bhikha Behram, MumbaiThere may be fewer than 200,000 Zoroastrians in the world, by some accounts. The 2011 census of India indicated that just under 60,000 live in India. It was for such young Zoroastrians that RTR was conceived in 2012 by a group of young expatriate Zoroastrians, Wadia included, who met at a community event in New York. Wadia, a Parsi born and brought up in Mumbai, now leads the programme’s annual two-week trip.


Source: Mint January 12, 2018 09:22 UTC


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