After successfully petitioning FEZANA (The Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America) and completing the necessary requirements, the Zoroastrian Association of Arizona (ZAAZ) has been accepted as FEZANA’s newest Member Association by unanimous vote of the FEZANA Member Associations. FEZANA now serves 27 Member Associations and 13 Corresponding Members or small groups. Kudos to FEZANA […]

Sharpen Your Edge

Learning From ‘The Lion King’ Today, I feel like sharing a story with you. I am a big fan of Disney’s runaway hit, ‘The Lion King’. For the unfamiliar, the story goes thus….. Simba, the lion cub, idolizes his father, King Mufasa. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub Simba’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s […]

A Play On Nani Palkhivala

  As a tribute on the centenary birth anniversary (January 16, 2020), of one of India’s foremost economists and jurists – Nanabhoy or ‘Nani’ Ardeshir Palkhivala, Chennai’s Dummies Drama troupe inaugurated its new two-hour play, ‘Dharaniyin Perumai’ – meaning ‘The pride of the world’ – a docu-drama of Nani Palkhivala, staged at Mylapore Fine Arts, […]

Dr. Sabar Receives Medal of the Order of Australia

Born in Sri-Lanka, raised in Mumbai and based in Melbourne, psychotherapist Dr. Sabar Rustomjee was felicitated with the prestigious Medal of the Order of Australia or AM, celebrating a glorious fifty-year career dedicated to redefining possibilities and improving lives, on Australia Day, 26th January, 2020. The award is the highest recognition bestowed on citizens for […]

‘Maker of Modern Karachi’ – Jamshed Nusserwanjee, Honoured

As January 27, 2020 marked the 134th birth anniversary of Jamshed Nusserwanjee (1886-1952), a Pakistan-based philanthropist and the first elected mayor of Karachi, the Karachi Theosophical Society organised a gathering at the auditorium of the Jamshed Memorial Hall to pay tribute to Nusserwanjee and discuss his various achievements as a mayor, philanthropist and architect whose […]