Amongst other articles, this issues highlights two WZO events; the Annual Seminar and a Book Launch. It also contains articles on prominent Zoroastrians.
This issue remembers two Zoroastrian stalwarts, Field Marshall Sam Manekshaw and cricket legend, Rusi N Dinshaw.
The 10th World Zoroastrian Congress held in Mumbai in December 2013 and the The Everlasting Flame exhibition held at SOAS in London are highlighted.
In commemoration of Keki Bhote’s life, this issue carries a tribute to him, and an account of a Zoroastrian tour of Central Asia
Kaikhosrov D Irani’s 90th birthday inspires the main features of this issue, with biographies and tributes to our most prominent academic thinker.
Among the many interesting articles we find an explanation of Nietzsche’s relationship with Zarathustra, and an interview with Prof Stanley Insler.
The several articles on the featured topic examine both sides of the arguments on the controversy surrounding the project to breed vultures at the two doongerwadis.
Philippa Vafadari speaks about her career as a trapeze artist and actress and how she appeared as Mary Poppins in the London Olympics.