India Journal – Artist Noshir Jesung, Painting Donation

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India Journal (www.indiajournal.com) reported in its Nov.27, 2009 issue, that a painting donated by Parsi artist, Noshir Jesung for auctioning at a fundraiser event held at Woodlands restaurant in Artesia in Southern California (owned by his brother Nariman’s daughter and son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Dungor), for a non-profit organization, Indicorps, brought in over $700 for Indicorps. I have seen Noshir’s paintings (including some from Shahnameh stories) at his home in Huntington Beach and they are professional grade. He sells them on EBay website. I have known Noshir and his wife Guloo since we were both together in the executive committee of Zoroastrian Association of California, back in the late 1970s, when he was president of ZAC, so we are proud of his acheivement and charity. According to the article, Indicorps enables Indians all over the world to
actively participate in India’s progress, by providing information and expertise for projects touching the lives of millions living in challenging environments in rural India. Roopal Shah, co-founder and executive director,
said that the funds go towards Fellowships for young Indians living abroad to spend a year in India on projects including public health, small enterprise, life skills, education, etc., contributing their expertise to bring about positive change, and to gain a deeper appreciation of their country of origin.

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britni
britni
10 years ago

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

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long
10 years ago

Damn, that sound’s so easy if you think about it.