Updated April 11, 2010
AS OF APRIL 11, 2010, I HAVE
STOPPED UPDATING THIS WEB SITE www.TheParsiChronicle.com
Afternoon Dispatch & Courier - Bombay,India
Gandi founded the Parsi Chronicle in late 2003 and since
then it has become the most visited site on Zoroastrians.
After the great success of www.TheParsiDirectory.com, where more than 63,000 Parsis, Iranis, and Zoroastrains have registered themselves, we have now launched www.Zoroastrians.net This new web site is unique in that it covers everything related to us Parsis, Iranis, and Zoroastrains. Plus you can post your comments on improvements, additions, and deletions in each topic. You can also include your own website about your area of interest in the appropriate topic to have a global reach.
Started a new web site called TheParsiVideo.com. Please check it out at www.TheParsiVideo.com and let me know your thoughts. The idea behind the TheParsiVideo.com is simple: use the power of the Internet to help fellow Parsi's and Zoroastrians be able to view and hear videos and audio's about our community. Consider it a audio visual history of our community.
Started a new web site called TheMissingParsi.com. Please check it out at www.TheMissingParsi.com and let me know your thoughts. The idea behind the TheMissingParsi.com is simple: use the power of the Internet to help fellow Parsis and Zoroastrians connect with people they have lost touch with. Check it out and let me know your thoughts.
Started yet another web site called TheParsiMatch.com. Please check it out at www.TheParsiMatch.com and let me know your thoughts. Very simply it is a FREE match making web site for our community. So go ahead and register every single Zoroastrian man and woman you know for FREE, and you will be rewarded in heaven for having made a Zoroastrian Match :)
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Hi and welcome to TheParsiChronicle.com
I started TheParsiChronicle.com on December 1st. 2003.
My idea behind the TheParsiChronicle.com is simple: keep a chronicle of Parsi-Zoroastrians mentioned in the news. Consider it a living history of our community.
I welcome your comments and suggestions.
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Hi Ader, Villi joins me in congratulating you on a great web site. I visit it often, and tell a lot of people about it; specially those who express an interest in our religion. Ken Bhappu
If you are the same Ader Gandi from Parsi Colony in Karachi i salute you on launching this site. It is very informative . Regards Rohinton Jehangir
Ader, The Parsi Chronicle is a great idea; I am a
journalist with the Philadelphia Inquirer. Would love to stay in touch
with you. Regards,
Hello Ader, I am Mehernosh from London and want to
say I am glad I visited your site. Will keep in touch with it. It has good
links and lots of information. Thank you.
Great website you have; as an adopted Parsi (I'm
English by birth and married to a Parsi), I find great interest in the
different pieces from all over the world, containing different.,
I love your site!!! I am not a Parsi but I am
entranced and in deep admiration of your culture and history. I have read
quite a bit about Parsis but not enough by far. Your site was a great
Dear Ader, As a fellow Zarathushtrian, allow me to congratulate you on hosting and setting up a new web site, theparsichronicle.com. I have visited it and perused almost all of the articles. It makes very interesting reading. -Noshir
Read almost all articles. I think the varied choice
adds flavor. You have a bit of current, past, music, social issues and the
arts. Good luck. J...
Hi Ader. My name is Ava and im a young parsi girl
living in England. Iv searched the web high and low for good sites about
our religion and by-far, yours is one of the best. Keep up the good work!
Been reading your site with interest for the last two months. I look forward every week to see what the media has to say about us. Hope you can find the time and energy to keep it up. - Aspi Doctor
Ader, I'm just writing to you to say thank you for setting up theparsichronicle.com website. It's fantastic! As a Parsi, it's great to find so much international Zoroastrian news & information in one place - especially as I live in London and don't get to spend that much time with fellow Parsis. Once again, thank you & well done. Shirin
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Ideal Corner: Motorcycles,
Parsi food and raspberry cola
Rising tide for Indian writers
also lifts Pakistani authors
Govt budgets for dwindling
Wadias: Gujarat's philanthropic
Having the write stuff
My flamingo family
Magic Flute' enchants
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Zoroastrianism in Greater Boston
Why Mumbai belongs to all of us
Learning how to listen to a
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Changing his stripes
Sounds can be therapeutic
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Achaemenid K'aba of Zoroaster On The
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Travel blog: That Burning Feeling
The link between cricket and Mahatma
The big fat Indian wedding
Tehran restoring Ferdowsi statue
will help Parsis to boost count
Rs 1L for 'botched' piles operation, surgeon told
to the fold
Old man by
Man With a Mission
this 86-year-old, everyday is Uttarayan
Guest Voices: Zoroastrianism's decline toward
zero - On Faith at ...
Glad tidings for tying the knot
Parsis hear chants of holy
Being BOMAN IRANI
Setting the Record Straight On
HC refuses to stay ban on 2 Parsi
Iran unrest is a struggle for
The Myth of the Three Wise Men
Iran and the Spirit of the Airyanem Vaejah
Mumbai Parsis divided on
Is Cricket Going Global? An
Where are they now?
World Zoroastrian Congress Opens in Dubai
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Bawa As Barmecide
Dadar Parsi Colony to stay
The changing face of Santa Claus
Dadar Parsi Colony to stay
Celebrate Winter Solstice today
Parsis flock to fire temple to celebrate anniversary
Daily News & Analysis
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At home with a Tea Pot
Quo Vadis, Hyderabad?
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Baug flats won't be a burden on
The Many Menus of Mumbai
Our land, yet not allowed to inspect American
Center: civic leaders
The romance of old Bombay
Ancient site found in southern
Singed by the sea
Dictator-lit: The Tajiks in the Mirror of
Rings of Fire: Zoroaster
Mehta: 40 Years of Making Music in the Holy
TRIVIA - TOI's Powai Connection
Parsi children return to their
Flavours Of The Past
Of an Edwardian India
Sreenanda Shankar's perfect match
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It's Siesta Time
Freddie Mercury memorial a beacon for British
Parsis seek seat in state
36 years later, HC dismisses
Encounters with the Unexpected
Featured Editor: Onnik Krikorian
At 63, this grandfather is oldest man to slam
A home sculpted to perfection
Headley's phone number in India
I begged for help from police commissioner,
Rupa Mody tells court
Hello, Dolly: An Alternative To
Parzania mother relives her horror
Jill Worrall leaves Timaru to take on the World
- bringing ...
Grigor Khanjyan's mural tells the story of
Parsi athletes shine at int'l sports
Headley's Parsi secy, answer to 26/11
Caliphate: The great bait?
Charity panel gives Parsi punchayat chief a
Zoroastrianism in the limelight
'Modi abused Jafri when he called for
Indian filmmaker unveils her own minuscule
Still brewing in a dry land: Pakistan's only
beer and whisky firm
Quiet flows the Amu Darya
On the Iranian Diaspora
Perizaad has a baby boy
Always standing tall, Field Marshal
International Religious Freedom Report 2009:
Simply nuts about acting
Bawaal at Bawa meet
Parsi body plans vulture breeding to help death
Parsee goes French, bong does
Honour the heroes of war
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