It’s hard to believe that a community this small, in comparison to the others that populate our country, could have come up with food this diverse and delicious. Showcasing lesser known aspects of Parsi cuisine, the 3-day young Rustom’s is a triumph of home-style cooking over pretentious fare in an intimate setting that is anything but contrived. […]
Mutton Dhan Sak at Rustom’s. (Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Written by Shantanu David | Posted: February 18, 2015 12:00 am In the last month of 2013, SodaBottleOpenerWala opened at Cyber Hub, Gurgaon. The Irani cafe, a tribute to Mumbai’s dying cafe legacy, Soda introduced Delhi to Parsi food. Restaurateur and owner AD Singh says, “We were […]
FEZANA UN-NGO : Press Release – CSW 59 The attached press release for your review, as we prepare to present the Zarathushti Workshop and Panel Discussion at the United Nations on 16 March 2015 from FEZANA at the 59th Commission on the Status of Women in New York. The content from this press release is […]
Last year, during an interview with a prominent newspaper in India, one of the questions alluded to a disappearing trend of good old Parsi food delicacies – like Parsi-style sweetened crepes or pancakes called ‘Chapat.’ My mind reeled with images of the many Chapat I’ve savored as a child…happy memories of my Mamaiji (maternal grandma) plating hot off the pan Chapat […]
Its indeed a great news for the Parsi community and Parsi food lovers of Delhi…. How time changes….! There was no Parsi Restaurant in Delhi upto 2013!! Soon, Delhi welcomed SodaBottleOpenerwala and yesterday Rustom’s Parsi Bhonu opened in Adchini…So Delhi can now boast of two Parsi restaurants… By Editors So far only a home delivery […]
WZSE – Weekly Zoroastrian Scripture Extract. All WZSEs to date (87 in all) now available on Internet at: http://www.avesta.org/wzse/index.html Daily Zoroastrian Prayers Recorded in mp3 format: http://www.avesta.org/mp3/index.html Hello all Tele Class friends: After all our Jashan Prayers, the Joti – the lead Mobed recites the Aafrins – Benediction Prayers. Gahambar Jashans performed […]
They may be few and far between, but Irani cafés are an institution in themselves. Goldmines of history, these age-old eateries with their checkered table covers and high ceilings have a character of their own. At the Hindustan Times Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF) that starts February 7, you can embark on a heritage walk […]
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