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Parsi New Year 2019: Navroz Mubarak Wishes Images, Quotes, Status, Messages, Greetings, Wallpaper, Photos

Happy Navroz: Since people in India and Pakistan follow the Shahenshahi calendar, which does not consider leap years, the Parsi New Year is celebrated in India and Pakistan about 200 days after it is celebrated across the world.

Parsi restaurants now offer a vast vegetarian menu. But how authentic are these dishes?

While we are glad that vegetarians can now enjoy Parsi flavours, you have to wonder – are these authentic Parsi delicacies? Or are they concessions and creations being made for the potential vegetarian diner?

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How do Parsi women who’ve married outside the community celebrate Navroze?

It’s good to see that old customs are changing. Marrying outside the Parsi community usually results in the women being considered outsiders. They are not allowed to participate in various ceremonies or enter the Fire Temple.

Happy Parsi New Year 2018: Wishes Images, Quotes, Messages, SMS, Greetings, Photos, Wallpaper

Parsi New Year 2018 Date: To be celebrated on August 17, we have curated a few messages, wishes and greetings that you can share with your loved ones and friends to wish them a great year ahead.

Parsi New Year: Prayers, festivities to mark Navroze today in Pune

It is believed that departed souls bless families in the last 10 days preceding the New Year, during which community members ask for forgiveness of sins. On the New Year, celebrations begin with a prayer.

Parsi New Year 2017: Here's why India celebrates Navroze in August

Parsis in India and Pakistan follow the Shahenshahi calendar does not take into account leap years and as a result of which, the Parsi New Year is celebrated in India and Pakistan about 200 days after it is celebrated across the world.

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Try this traditional Parsi recipe of Jardaloo Murghi Ma Salli From Rustom’s Parsi Bhonu

Celebrate Parsi New Year with this decadent chicken gravy recipe from owner and chef Kainaz Contractor of the Delhi restaurant.

Parsi New Year- Jiyo Parsi delivers towards revival of race: 30 babies in 2 years, 11 on way

The scheme launched in Nov 2013 to arrest decline in the number of Parsis has begun yielding results.

New Year Binge

Navroze celebrations continue in the city,with restaurants offering festive Parsi food till the weekend.

Ban on SMSes hits festive spirits,upsets young users

The ban on bulk SMSes,MMSes has affected people during the Parsi New Year and Eid.

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Parsis celebrate New Year across the country

Parsis in India, known to be the single largest group of the Zoroastrian religious community, celebrate the Persian New Year on August 17.

Parsi New Year 2017: How people are celebrating Navroz across India

One of the most significant festivals of the Parsi community, Navroz or the Parsi New Year is celebrated every year. This time around, it is being celebrated on August 17. Take a look how people all across the cities of India are making merry on this auspicious day in the country.

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Parsis celebrate new year Navroz

The Parsi New Year is celebrated as Jamshed Navroz across the world by the entire Parsi community.

Parsis celebrate their New Year – Navroz

arsi women greet each other as they celebrate their new year.

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