Zoroastrianism

Atlanta Zoroastrian Anjuman

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Phone: 404-325-3300

Multi-Faith Chaplains to Make House Of Commons More Inclusive

December 26, 2010

Author: Jonathan Wynne-Jones

Source: The Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/religion/8224923/Multi-faith-chaplains-to-make-House-of-Commons-more-inclusive.html

John Bercow has backed the creation of a team of multi-faith chaplains, which will also include representatives of the Hindu, Buddhist and Jainist religions.

 

Members of the House...

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2006 Sep 28

StoryCorps in Boston

Thu Sep 28 (All day) to Sun Oct 15 (All day)

The Pluralism Project has partnered with StoryCorps, the "national project to instruct and inspire people to record each others' stories in sound," to include stories from diverse faith traditions in Boston. This massive oral history project now includes recordings of Research Associate Deonnie Moodie interviewing Affiliate Valarie Kaur on growing up Sikh in America, and Dr. Imam Talal Eid and his daughter Feda Eid on being Muslim in the U.S. You may listen to these and other stories from Bostonians online if you... Read more about StoryCorps in Boston
2008 Apr 18

Crisis in Faith: Zoroastrians Today Screening and Panel Discussion

(All day)

Location: 

45 Francis Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
On April 18, 2008, the Pluralism Project hosted a partial screening and panel discussion of Tenaz Dubash's documentary film, Crisis in Faith: Zoroastrians Today at Harvard Divinity School. Crisis in Faith is a personal journey about Tenaz's quest for the truth around the controversies facing followers of her faith today, focusing on the dwindling number of Zoroastrians worldwide and the treatment of Zoroastrians as a religious minority in Iran. The film was shot in Boston, Chicago, Iran, India, New York, and Vancouver. Tenaz was... Read more about Crisis in Faith: Zoroastrians Today Screening and Panel Discussion

Parsi Woman Moves Court for Her Right to Worship

March 27, 2010

Author: Staff Writer

Source: India Today

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/90053/India/Parsi+woman+moves+court+for+her+right+to+worship.html

A Zoroastrian woman, married outside her Parsi community, has moved the Gujarat High Court (HC) to ensure her fundamental right to worship and access to religious places. A division bench admitted the matter on Thursday.

Goolrokh Adi Contractor...

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Zoroastrians Keep Old Traditions Alive In Australia

March 18, 2010

Author: Neena Bhandari

Source: News Blaze

http://newsblaze.com/story/20100318081728iwfs.nb/topstory.html

It's a Sunday morning. A fire is burning on a silver urn in the sanctum sanctorum as about 30 children pray with a priest in the main hall of the Darbe Meher, the place of worship and community activity for Zoroastrians, in the Sydney suburb of Annangrove.

Nestling amidst verdant surroundings with a tranquil billabong (pool of...

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