Celebrating Navroze

By Rita Jamshed Kapadia 5 comments

Celebrating Zoroastrian Festivals and Traditions

Authored by Mrs Rita Jamshed Kapadia

Book explains Zoroastrian Ceremonies of Parsi Weddings, Navjotes, Agarni, Pug Ladoo Ceremony, Death and Birth Ceremonies

These ceremonies of joy and sad days are celebrated with Indian Parsi Foods.

Inspired by old traditional parsi cookbooks like the “Vividh Vani”, Kapadia has come up with homemade recipes.

Cookbook presents an journey into the Food, History and Heritage of the Zoroastrians of India with Recipes that are age-old.

The author Rita Jamshed Kapadia resides in USA. Rita learnt from her Mother Parin and Mother-in-Law Jaloo the favorites and staples of a parsi home.

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Rita Jamshed Kapadia

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5 Comments

Khursheed

Mar 3, 2021, 9:01 am

Yes dear. I liked it very much. How do I register for d zoom class to be conducted on 18 th March 2021

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