An Update of:
Vignettes from Parsi History & Prospect – and the What IF?…Factors!
aka – Parsinustan ne Kahanis.
(Stories from Parsis’ Homeland)
For the Diaspora ‘Y-Gen’ Z’hamdins; who should known,
but are – Too Busy? or Not Bothered!
To ask about their Heritage.
Update has the following articles added to the ‘2012 first issue’ of this e-paper for the hamdins.
– The Wadia Dynasty of India – Renowned ship builders and their legacy of philanthropy.
– The Godrej Group – From humble beginnings to a Giant Industrial Conglomerate.
– The Parsis’ contribution to – Hyderabad State under the NIZAMS.
– Burjorji Jamaspji Padshah – A versatile Parsi Genius.
– Sir Hormusjee C. Dinshaw – Adenwalla . . . . In the Days of Empire.
– Bapsybanoo Pavry – The Marchioness of Winchester.
– Sir Dhanjishah B. Cooper – An Enlightened Industrialist & first PM of Bombay Presidency.
– Manockjee Cursetjee Shroff – A reformer and proponent of female education in India.
– Khan Saheb – Erv Kavasji H. Dadachanji – A self-tutored Architect & Civil Engineer/Contractor.
– Rustom C. Cooper – The one that got away.
– Ardeshir Rustomji Dastur – The Parsi-Canadian Nuclear Physicist.
– Sam Tata – Shanghai born; highly respected Parsi-Canadian photographer and raconteur.
– Sir Jehangir Jivaji Ghandy – One of the first of the new breed of Parsi technocrats.
– Sir Hormasji Peroshaw Mody – A multifaceted personality.
– Life & Times of the India’s ‘Steel Man’ – apro Russi Mody.
– NAMO complements the Parsis – ‘Prays to Iranshah for more Parsis’ contribution tothe Nation’
– A distraught Bawaji’s musings. – My End Notes: for the Parsis to Seriously Consider.