Lower Cross Syndrome

Like the Upper Cross Syndrome (discussed in the previous article), the Lower Cross Syndrome (LCS) is one of the most common compensatory patterns and a postural disorder in the lower back, pelvis, and hip joints of the muscles. The ‘Unterkreuz syndrome’ is also known as pelvic crossed syndrome, Lower Crossed Syndrome or Distal Crossed Syndrome. […]

Apex Court Issues Notice On SPP’s Plea To Allow Dokhmenashini For Covid Victims

On 6th December, 2021, revered lawyer, Fali S Nariman, appearing on behalf of the Surat Parsi Panchayat (SPP) Board, took on the legal battle in the Supreme Court, to preserve the Parsi community’s right to ‘Dokhmenashini’ – the traditional practice of submitting the corpse to the elements of nature, at the Tower of Silence. Arguing […]

Ratan Tata To Be Conferred Assam’s Highest Civilian Award For Contribution Towards Cancer Care

On the occasion of Assam Divas, celebrated on 2nd December, Assam’s CM – Himanta Biswa Sarma, announced that the State Government has decided to facilitate India’s most loved and respected industrialist – Ratan Tata – with the ‘Asom Baibhav’ award – the highest Civilian State Award, for his exceptional contribution towards cancer care in the […]

From The Editor's Desk

From the Editors Desk

Be Parsi, Buy Parsi! Dear Readers, As a community, we are known and respected for having birthed some of the nation’s and the world’s most accomplished entrepreneurs. Not too long ago, the word ‘enterprise’ was considered synonymous to Parsis in the business context. We proudly lay claim to the world’s greatest industrialist – our very […]

Re-enthronement Of Holy Iranshah And The Significance Of Ijashne And Vendidad Ceremony

The main building where Iranshah is enthroned has been through extensive repairs and renovation. The Holy Fire, which had earlier been shifted to the adjoining building within the same complex, will now be ceremonially shifted back to the renovated building, but not before thoroughly purifying the renovated building, both – physically and ritually. Centuries ago, […]