This email has been sent to you all on behalf of Aban Vazir: Please contact her directly.
Greetings to Everyone,
Since the past 30 to 40 years we Zarthushtis have settled in this beautiful Land worked hard and struggled to raise our kids in the best environment. We have tried to give them the best education and always wished they would settle well in their lives so after we leave this world they can stand up on their feet and be independent.
Every Zarthushti Parent’s dream is that their son or daughter would marry and stay in our own community and preserve the values of our great religion which our great grandfathers have passed on to us. But how would anyone achieve this. We feel there is a strong need for a person who would help by trying to locate an appropriate friend or a partner and in turn keep the utmost confidentiality of each and every individual.
Hence I would ardently request each one of you to please come forward and contact me so that I can help you find the most suitable match and also assist you in every step of the way, by finding a life partner who will match your personality and compatibility.
I already have a list of girls and boys of all ages, who are looking out for a suitable match, within our community.
So please don’t feel shy and kindly contact me as this is a free and purely community service for our friends and family and above all for our religion.
With best regards,
Aban Vazir – Toronto, Canada.
Courtesy : m.kh.
FIFTH COMING TOGETHER ROUND TABLE
“Connect, Collaborate, Create”
December 2009, Dubai, UAE
All interested persons, especially those in leadership positions from India, Iran and the Western Diaspora – UK, North America, Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Middle East and around the world, are invited and encouraged, to participate in the Coming Together Roundtable sessions during the Congress in Dubai this December.
Session 1: Sunday, December 27, 2009, from 9 am to 3 pm at the Crowne Plaza hotel.
Session 2: Wed Dec 30th, 10 am to 11:00 am at the Crowne Plaza, Room 3.
Session 3: Thursday Dec 31st, 8:30 to 9:30 am at the Crowne Plaza, Room 1
AGENDA FOR THE DECEMBER 2009 ROUNDTABLE
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Do we brush aside Evil Eye or Nazar as just another superstition or is there any Scientific truth behind its belief ?
Zarathosti Daen and its Raaz can be understood with only one instrument – The Key of Ilme Khshnoom
by Savak Sheriyarji Madan
There is a common belief that a child becomes ill due to Nazar of another person or Evil eye. Also there is custom of applying black spot (Mesh) near eye of a small child to ward off evil effects of Nazar. Also a child is taught not to eat eatables in front of others. But this not mere discipline or etiquette that is taught to the child but is a precaution and a preventive measure to ward off evil eye or Nazar of others. Also there is a belief that if a child is very attractive bubbling with innocence than there is fear of Nazar befalling upon delicate physche of a small innocent child from even his/her own mother. Is all these mere superstition or is there any scientific reason behind these belief.
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Dilshad Patel is a dancer, instructor, therapist and wellness consultant. At age five, she began 12 years of education in the classical Indian dance form, Bharat Natyam. Dilshad then trained and taught at Shiamak Davar’s Institute for the Performing Arts, one of India’s foremost dance companies. Over seven years, she trained in and taught specialised styles of dance to people from varied backgrounds. While teaching children and adults with disabilities, terminally ill individuals and juvenile delinquents, Dilshad learned about the challenges and rewards of counselling those with special needs.
To help others achieve their wellness goals through dance, movement and fitness, Dilshad moved to New York to pursue her education in the field of dance and movement therapy, at the Harkness Dance Centre. She has returned to Mumbai to share her passion for dance and wellness.
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Faith Based Regeneration Network and the Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe
partner in celebrating Interfaith Week in England on 18 November 2009.
Faith Based Regeneration Network UK
Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe
warmly invite you to contribute in the discussions on
why faith communities undertake to perform charity and
what impact it has on the local and national landscape.
Zoroastrian Centre for Europe,
440 Alexandra Avenue, Harrow HA2 9TL
Diagonally opposite Rayners Lane London Underground station
Wednesday 18th November 2009 from 1.30 pm to 5.30pm
(light refreshments will be served throughout)
All are welcome
Details in flyer attached. ZTFE FbRN_National Inter Week_18th November 09_Detailed_Programme
Courtesy : Behram Pastakia
We Mr. Aarzan Mistry and Mr. Shahin Irani are in the business of Travel and Tourism. We have our own Travel and Tourism business named as Arzu Tours and Travels.
We have started our business in March 2008. Since we are new in this business people are finding it difficult to trust us. But, let me assure you that although are business is new, but we have experienced tour operators working with us. We look forward for someone who can help/assist us in getting a school vacation trip who can give us 1 opportunity to prove ourselves.
If you have any destinations, then we can make a plan according to your requirements.
We assure you that should you assign us for any tour, you will not feel let down & will have the most enjoyable experience of your life at the most reasonable rates.
If you have any queries kindly do not hesitate to contact us and it will be our pleasure to render you our services.
Thanking you in anticipation of your favorable response and hope that we will get at least one opportunity to prove ourselves.
// Arzu Tours and Travels
In a religion as ancient as ours, the center of our spiritual physical being lies with these very priests. The dasturs, as they are known, are the custodians and implementers of all matters pertaining to religion, customs, ceremonies and the overall conscience of the religion. Zarathusti priests have over the centuries been the guiding force in the interpretation of our ancient texts, performing ceremonies of happiness and sadness, and being the silent custodians and arbitrators of our religious ethos.