Category Archives: Missing Parsi
I would like to know about Mr. Meherban Kalantari [Age 68 years]. He originally … hails from Tehran, Iran. He was in Mumbai, India for four years (4 years) to study in K.C. College, Mumbai University. He did B.A. in 1975, Mumbai University. He was staying in a boy’s hostel [YMCA- Young Men’s College Association Hostel, Colaba, Mumbai]. He was in Mumbai, India to attend a Parsi wedding (of Debara family/ Jokhi family) in 1978.
Actually a family friend of his / a college friend (Debara Family) is searching for him. Her name is Mrs. Minaz Viraf Jokhi [ nee Debara].
I would be thankful if someone helps to trace him at the earliest. Worried as Iran is one of the worst-hit countries (COVID-19) in the present times.
There is no information/ clue regarding his present residential status as to whether he is residing in India / Iran or any other country. It may be India / Iran or any other country.
Kindly let me know of other Zoroastrian [Parsi/Irani] websites so that I can try to find out some information about him on those websites too.
Awaiting the response at the earliest.
With Best Wishes and Kind Regards
Mr Adale Mahyar Patel (or his relatives) s/o Mr Mahyar B Patel who used to stay at PERVIZ MANSION 1 CUMBALLA HILL BOMBAY-400036
Please contact urgently
Balbir Saran : email@example.com
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I am Firdosh Khurshed Tolat, residing in Parel, Mumbai. My Paternal Grandmother was Manijeh Ratanshaw Tolat. She had a brother Pesi Daruwalla. Pesi Mama, as my Dad used to call him, had one son – Jehangir, and 3 daughters – Jaloo Arjani, Mehru Tarapore and Sheroo Engineer. We are trying to locate and contact them and their children. If anyone has any information on them, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and Tan Darosti …
We are looking for legal heirs / relatives of Roshan Ardeshir Bharucha, who stayed at Shapur Baug and who expired in December 2015.
We may be able to help the rightful heirs recover the proceeds of her investments.
Thanks and regards
I want information of Gev B Bharucha he is in his late 50s brother of Katty Bharucha n Nelly Bharucha. Nelly is my friend married in 1978 after that no contact. Nelly n l were to gether in J B Vachha high School in Dadar Parsi Colony they use to live behind JB Vachha Parsi Colony their father had expired long back n mother use to give tuitions to small kids now Gev Bharucha has shifted from Parsi Colony Dadar to Ghatkopar some yrs back their neighbors do not know Gev’s were abouts so pls pls help me in finding Gev Bharucha’s mbl no or address as Nelly is married l do not know her present surname so through Gev l will know her wereabouts thanks a lot
Gev Bharucha has done is schooling from Dadar Parsi Youth Assembly High School in short DPYS
Mayuri Ranjan Patel – +91-96627 47169
I am trying to trace my Kalyaniwalla family roots. Thank you to those who kindly responded to my previous post (Looking for Mr Kalyaniwalla of Mumbai/London*) regarding my great grandfather.
I have received information on two leads, which I have detailed below. If you have any information about these people or their families please contact me (Kalyan Kingi) at WhatsApp +61402262959 or email email@example.com.
Dr Cawas Naoroji Kalyaniwala
- His father, Naoroji Kalyaniwala, was an eminent doctor in Rajkot.
- His brother’s name was Framroze.
- He may have married an English woman, named Rose.
- The family surname may have originally been Nallaseth but changed to Kalyaniwala in about 17th Century, due to an influential lady marrying Dr Cowasji’s great great grandfather.
- Studied medicine in England
- Surgeon in Rajkot
Thank you Behramshaw (Bobby) Jal Kalianwala for information on Dr Cawas Naoroji Kalyaniwalla.
- He married Manijeh Kothavala (Ahmedabad) and they had 10 children.
- The eldest child was Freny, who studied in the UK and became a nurse.
- He had three sons: Nawzer was in the air Force; Jamshed was in the British army; and Darius.
- He studied medicine in London.
- He had a farm in Argentina which reared prize winning bulls for Kaizer Wilhelm the Second.
- He was known to have made his wealth from the stock market.
- The family suffered greatly due to the stock market crash of 1929 and he passed away not long after that.
Thank you Aban Davar for information on Sohrabji Kalyaniwalla.
*See my previous post at: https://tinyurl.com/y9bcfo9h
I am trying to trace my Kalyaniwalla family roots. The only information I have is that my great grandmother met my great grandfather, Mr Kalyaniwalla of Mumbai, while he was studying medicine in London some time prior 1920. Unfortunately I do not have my great grandfather’s first name. If this loose description of Mr Kalyaniwalla matches an ancestor of yours please contact me (Kalyan Kingi) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refer to the photographs below depicting my grandmother for potential familial resemblance.