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Issue 1/2018

The Chairman and the members of the WZO Committee offer their sympathies to the bereaved families and through Hamazor carry our tributes for Professor K D Irani, Mrs Dhunmai Dalal, Dr Abtin Sassanfar, Mr Farrokh Vajifdar and Dr Meherwan Boyce.

Issue 3/2017

This issue of Hamazor pays tribute to an extraordinary human being, Professor Kaikhosrov D Irani. The Chairman and the members of the WZO Committee offer their sympathies to the bereaved family of Professor Kaikhosrov D Irani.

Issue 2/2017

This Issue carries quite a few pages on the Zoroastrian Kurds who visited the US in March & April. Despite all odds they are keen to learn about ‘their’ lost religion and roots; and kudos go to the open minded Zarathushtis who welcomed them in various cities, sharing their knowledge on our Faith.

Issue 1/2017

This interesting issue has an indepth article by Farroukh Jorat on the reconstructed Atashgah of Khinalig, Azerbaijan funded by The World Zoroastrian Organisation and The Firuz Madon Trust.

The WZO Management pays tribute to Past Chairperson Ruby Contractor who passed away in London on Tuesday, 27th Decemmber, 2016 at the age of 88 years.

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Hamazor Archives
Issue 3/2016

Rather a shorter issue than the norm, but hopefully will prove of interest to you.

Particularly of interest is the WZO Seminar on Zoroastrian Religion, History and Culture, which Mr Sammy Bhiwandiwalla has given a detailed description of.

Members can view the 2016 Seminar videos in the news section.


Issue 2/2016

Here comes a light reading issue with some marvellous images which we hope you will enjoy.


Issue 1/2016

This issue of the Hamazor highlights the achievements of Nergis Mavalvala – an extraordinaire Physicist originally from Karachi.

Issue 4/2015

This issue reports on WZOs Annual Seminar in London and Dr Jenny Rose reports on her tour of Iran with some amazing photographs of the sights and relics. Ervad Tehemton Mirza introduces Lady Mobedyar Guloo Austin to the readers.