Please add yourself and your family members to the tree. Visit it often, and tell other Zoroastrians, Parsis and Iranis about it.
A unique initiative to keep The Parsi Family together, worldwide. The vision is to connect each and every Zoroastrian through a single, online family tree. Besides the most powerful concept of a common family tree, the site also offers the following features and benefits :
Each association / federation can put up their events online
Individuals can put up their businesses / Professional prowess / Jobs requirement / availability online in the Classifieds Section. You may also post your business or profession on the Yellow Pages
Matrimonial matches can be easily made
All Parsi Publications which are freely available online can be put up on a common platform, encouraging a high level of readership. Currently FEZANA Bulletin and Parsi Times are uploaded, and many more will be added shortly.
The entire site is multi-lingual – you can post comments in English as well as Gujarati, which makes it easy for our brethren in all areas.
FREE SMS service for Uthamna all over India – Just give a missed call to 022-61816369 – currently we send more than 4,500 SMSs per day.
FREE Android /iPhone App for Zoroastrian news across the world – More than 2,500 downloads already! Just look for Commutree at the Play Store. Once you have installed the app, select your Community as Parsi, from the settings
TheParsidirectory.com now has more than 83,500 live Entries.New listings are added to the directory daily.
Please add yourself and your family members to the directory. Glance at the listings of fellow Zoroastrians throughout the world. Find lost family and friends.Please Bookmark This Website, visit it often, and tell other Zoroastrians, Parsis and Iranis about it.
The idea behind ZoroastrianDirectory.com is simple“keep a worldwide listing of Zoroastrians”.
The website, started by Ader Gandi and Yazdi Tantra, reunite members of the Parsi community. “The idea struck me when I started getting requests from people asking about fellow Parsis they wanted to get in touch with.
Unlike social networking sites that have billions of profiles and hundreds of people with the same name, finding a Parsi friend or a cousin is much easier on the website, as it’s exclusively for the community,” said Gandi.
The portal that started in October 2005, initially received a lukewarm response. However, the traffic on the site picked up in the past six months and now sees at least 10 posts per day. “Almost 50 per cent of the cases are solved through some connection or the other. You may not remember what the person looks like or their full name, yet the website allows you to post other details that can help people locate them,” Tantra says.
The Iranian Studies Directory (ISDirectory.org) is is an initiative developed by Iran Heritage Foundation which seeks to create a comprehensive reference and research facility for academics and scholars in the field.
The ISDirectory aims to help foster global, interdisciplinary collaboration among researchers and institutions both inside and outside of Iranian studies. Currently in the first phase of its development, it is already possessed of more than 450 individual profiles, making it the largest network of its kind developed, with individuals ranging from Doctoral Candidates and Lecturers to Readers and Professors Emerita.
More than fifty organisations have also registered, ranging from the Chester Beatty Library in Ireland and the Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon, Berlin, to the Scandinavian Society for Iranian Studies and the National Museum of Iran.
Future phases planned will incorporate a range of integrated services to enhance its usability and utility to the researcher community.
We are proud to announce our new website www.theparsiinstitutions.com. You can browse and search for any Parsi Institution anywhere in the world. If you do not find an institution which you know of, please do write to us to have it included. If you find any errors or updates in any institution, please do not hesitate to point it out for updating. A powerful, accurate, updated list will only be possible through the joint efforts of the community. Click Here to Browse
Agiaries, Aramgah, Atash Behrams, Anjumans, Associations, Clubs / Gymkhanas, Colleges, Infirmaries, Cultural Societies, Daremeher, Dharamshalas / Sanatoria, Dokhma, Foundations, Funds, Hospitals / Dispensaries, Hostels, Libraries, Museums, Orphanges, Press, Public Halls / Baugs, Religious Societies, Schools, Sport / Recreation
www.theparsidirectory.com – Please add yourself and your family members to the directory. Glance at the listings of fellow Zoroastrians throughout the world. Our idea behind ZoroastrianDirectory.com is simple “keep a worldwide listing of Zoroastrians”. Click Here to join