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~ In Search Of Faith: A Sunday Guardian Feature Essay ~

India’s The Sunday Guardian recently ran a collection of my images from the Parsi community in their newspaper. Here is the text that I wrote which accompanied the photo essay: Even to an American Parsi, witnessing the lifestyle of a faithful Zoroastrian in India is a novel experience. Though I grew up reciting the same […]
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~ Parsi Zoroastrian Jashan in Mumbai with 300 priests ~

In the Zoroastrian faith a Jashan ceremony is a celebration of an event, whether happy or tragic, with prayer. Often they are performed by one or two priests. Last weekend I was given permission to make images of a Jashan with over 300 priests in attendance. A sight which I may never witness again. The […]
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~ It's Personal: Reflections on covering my community ~

“Oh my child, you have a lot to learn.” It was one of the first sentences that pierced my consciousness days after I arrived in India. It was in the home of┬áDr. Shernaz Cama, a well-respected professor at University of Delhi and director of the PARZOR Project. She had taken the time to fit me […]
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