For elderly Parsis, Ahmedabad just got warmer

Started in January, Project Hamazor is being run by the city-based Ushta-Te Foundation. Among the works undertaken, it invites eminent speakers, organizes counselling and services in the sectors of medicine, finance, law and even family. Historian Rizwan Kadri, who spoke at the December meet held on Thursday, said, “I was able to shed light on the importance of our shared heritage with them. I also discussed the priceless Parsi literature that I found in the Sunday market recently. Together, we realized that original Parsi literature needs to be revisited, from the view point of young Parsis.”

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