Former Supreme Court judge Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman has started an official YouTube channel. The channel is called “Justice Nariman Official” and features several of his talks on Zoroastrian Religion, Law, NCPA, history and more.
It is always a delight to hear him. Please do visit his channel and enjoy his talks.
Justice Nariman, the son of legendary senior lawyer Fali Nariman was elevated to the Supreme Court from the bar in July 2014 and served as a judge till August 12, 2021.
Dear Zoroastrians, Ushta, I hope you are all well and in peace.
On March 20, 2022, as a member of the committee preparing for Nowruz celebrations in Sulaymaniyah province, Kurdistan, among 16 members, I as the representative of the Zoroastrians and Azad Saeed, director of Yesna Organization for the Development of Zoroastrian Philosophy in Kurdistan, we celebrated with all the Zoroastrians in Sulaymaniyah, it was happy celebrations, where more than ten Thousands of Zoroastrians and non-Zoroastrians participated in this event.
It was broadcasted live on numerous TV and Radio channels, and we as Zoroastrians gave an example of how the celebrations of Nowruz were conducted in the time of the Sassanids when the Zoroastrian religion was spread in the homeland of the Aryans (ancient Iran), which extended from the borders of India to the borders of China, passing through Asia Minor in Tajikistan And Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, present Iran, Kurdistan and Mesopotamia along the eastern side of the Euphrates River, where we presented a play that embodies the spirit of celebrations on Nowruz festivals at that time, to make people understand that Nowruz holidays have become part of the heritage and traditions of the Aryan peoples who still celebrate it as a Feast.
On behalf of the Zoroastrians of Kurdistan and Iraq, we congratulate you on the holidays of Nowruz, hoping that it will be the beginning of goodness, love, peace, prosperity and happiness for all human beings in the world.
And most importantly, the Prime Minister of Iraq, has declared NoRooz as a National Holiday (after so many centuries)