July 24, 2018 Parsi Chowk Designs

Parsi Chowk Designs

Parsi Chowk Designs are adapted from the land of India, where the parsi (persians) settled over 700 years back. The hindi indian word is “Rangoli”. Maharashtra, Kerala and Gujaratis  have unique designs. The Parsi designs are mostly floral. Fish shapes and fire patterns are popular. The designs and motifs are auspicious and bring good luck, […]

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May 18, 2018 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding Cake Looks Absolutely Stunning

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding Cake Looks Absolutely Stunning

By Amy Mackelden With only a day to go, preparations are well underway for the royal wedding. And one crucial part of the big day has to be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding cake. It was announced back in March that Harry and Meghan had selected pastry chef Claire Ptak of London-based bakery, Violet Cakes, to make their […]

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March 2, 2018

Mushkil Asaan & Behram Yazad | Zoroastrian Friday Prayer | The Woodcutter & His Fortune

This is a Zoroastrian tradition, dedicated to ~ Mushkil Asaan & Behram Yazad ~ Two Angels, who are out there.. with the power to remove obstacles and ease over all our difficulties. May all our problems be solved. May all our good thoughts, sprout into good words, and blossom in good deeds. May all beings […]

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June 6, 2017 http://www.youtube.com/TheParsiCuisine

YouTube Channel for Parsi Cuisine

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May 16, 2017 Marzipan for Almond Fish or Parsi Badam ni Boi

Marzipan for Almond Fish or Parsi Badam ni Boi

Ingredients 1 lb Almond Flour made from blanched almonds crushed well 1 8 oz box confectioners sugar or regular sugar to taste 1/4 cup light corn syrup 1 to 2 drops of Flavoring (rosewater, vanilla, ice cream essence, or cardamom) 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons milk. Vegetable shortening, for greasing hands and mold 1 […]

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December 29, 2016 From the Kushti Experts

From the Kushti Experts

Every time one buys a new Kushti, one wonders on the question : “How long does one need to buy?” A Kushti is measured on a Gaj basis; a Gaj being approx. 27″ long. Kushti are sold on Gaj + quarter, half and three-fourth lengths.. It is mentioned that besides the 3 rounds on ones waist, one […]

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January 31, 2016

Zenobia S. Daver

Thank you dear friends for the overwhelming response & now, we are delivering worldwide. Embroidery Fashion Designer- Authentic hand embroidered Gara sarees, Jablas, Real Zari Kore Sarees. Custom Designed – Wedding Sarees Trousseaus. Website is www.zenobiadavar.com Email – zsdavar@hotmail.com Contact- 9324106568/9869028943  

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