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Authentic hand embroidery Parsi gara sarees – Exhibition in Mumbai

Vintage, yet exquisitely classy, our collection of Authentic hand embroidery Parsi gara sarees will always make you stand out and feel like royalty.
Having maintained the Authenticity of the art, we at ZS designs are delighted to showcase our collection of exquisite hand embroidered Parsi gara sarees, lehengas, indo-western outfits, gowns, frames and more at the Maitreiyi 2023.
On 20th-21st OCTOBER 2023 from 10 am to 8 pm
Come visit our stall and fall in love with the beauty a skilled artisan can create using just a small sewing needle and pure silk threads.

Cyrus the Great celebration details!-28th October World Human Rights Day

Cyrus the Great Celebration & Exhibit
October 28th, 2023 – 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
The presentation will highlight the Historical/Human legacy of ancient Zoroastrian Achaemenian emperors.

 Cyrus the Great chartered the First Human Rights in History and his rule served as a blueprint for world and U.S. democracy, the U.S. Constitution, anti-colonialism, and ultimately the American Civil l rights Movement. 2. Cyrus and Darius the Great devised/pioneered genius administrative, trade, commerce, and many other practices extensively used daily all over the world today.

The speaker, Sam Billimoria’s interest in the Achaemenian Dynasty started in Iran in the 1970s, when he worked in Iran and visited Persepolis 4 times and Pasargadae twice. This led to his extensive research on the Achaemenian Dynasty and ultimately proclamations from 2 Congressman honoring the Zoroastrian Legacy for pioneering the first human rights in History, also influencing the U.S. Constitution and world democracy.

There is going to be an art exhibition and vendors offering their craft and homemade products during the event as well.

The event is free to attend, and RSVP is needed.

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The Zoroastrian Shahenshahi (Parsi) calendar 2023-2024 is here!

Looking for a fun and colorful way to follow the roj each day? Do you enjoy adorable illustrations that brighten up your day? Then you need the new calendar from Crispy Doodles!
This calendar features 13 original and charming illustrations of Zoroastrian kids and scenes that will make you smile every month.
Whether you are a kid or an adult, you will enjoy this calendar’s playful design and practical layout. It’s the perfect gift for yourself or your loved ones this Navroze.
Order yours today and get ready for a year of happiness!
This calendar features roj’s for each day, hamkaras and important dates like Khordad Saal and Navroze. The calendar also has 13 months (August 2023- August 2024) for an easy transition from one year to the next.
Link to order in the US :
Link to order in India :
For all other countries please contact :
Dear Sunday school / Religious Class teachers,
If you have a class or a dar-e-mehr you meet at please send me your address and I would be happy to send you a complimentary copy so you can use it in class.
Bulk order discounts are available.
Limited copies! Order early to avoid disappointment.
Reviews from last year’s Zoroastrian Shahenshahi calendar :

In conversation at the NCPA

Dear Friends,

I am delighted to forward to you below the NCPA creative, with details of my talk on forty years of artists’ management.  The interlocutor will be the noted contemporary dancer, Uttara Asha Coorlawala, to whom I am indebted for her constant support.  My thanks too to Swapnokalpa Dasgupta – Head of Dance Programming at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai and herself a classical Odissi dance performer and teacher – and her team for kindly arranging this event.

I do look forward to seeing you on Monday 27th February at 11 am in the Stuart Liff Library at the NCPA.

Please do share this information with your friends and contacts.  Thanks.

My talk with Asha will cover a gamut of issues: my very personal experiences in managing Indian artists in Europe, from the giants of Indian music to young and upcoming musicians and dancers, the joy, awe and tears (as the title of my recent book so aptly suggests); the situation of the Indian classical performing arts – it’s scope, audiences and organisers’ reactions – on the ground in Europe and, finally, an overview of the challenges of an impresario (for Indian artists), a fascinating but all too rare and under-represented profession in both India and the west.

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