Iran’s Ancient Sassanid Fire Temple Demarcated For Protection

The Khorramdasht Fire Temple, an ancient Sassanid-era monument, located in central Iran, has been demarcated to be protected from any possible destruction. A team of Tehran’s archaeological and cultural heritage experts has defined boundaries for this historic fire temple, which is an example of the Chahar-taqi buildings – an architectural unit consisting of four mudbrick […]

Iran’s Minister Promises Relief To Kurdistan Zoroastrians

On 26th November, 2021, Iran’s Minister of Immigration and Displacement – Evan Fayek Jabo, visited the Zoroastrian (Ateshga) and the Yesna Zoroastrian organization in the city of Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan, to closely inspect the conditions of Zoroastrians living there. She was received by a number of Zoroastrians, led by Awat Husam Al-Din, the Zoroastrian representative in […]

From The Editor's Desk

From the Editors Desk

Come December…. The Beginning Of The End! Dear Readers, The popular saying, ‘Every end marks a new beginning’, is usually meant in a consolatory or comforting context – but thanks to the harrowing pandemic, time can’t be ticking fast enough to conclude this deadly chapter that has shaken the core of humanity. We can’t wait […]