The World Becomes Round: Early Encounters between Bombay Parsis and Yankee Merchants." PDF Print E-mail
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Dear ZAGBA friends

On January 16th 2015, Prof Jenny Rose will be giving a talk in Salem, MA  on the results of the research  she did  this summer at the  Phillips Library.  She was the recipient of the  Frances E Malamy Research fellowship and  will be presenting  at the Peabody Essex Museum’s Morse auditorium  from 2.00 to 3.00 p.m.

TITLE :  The World Becomes Round: Early Encounters between Bombay Parsis and Yankee Merchants."

This is in the middle of a working day, but if some ZAGBA members and friends can attend it would be appreciated

Prof Jenny  Rose  has a doctorate in Iranian Studies from Columbia University and teaches a course in Zoroastrian Studies at Claremont  Graduate University, California. She is the author of several books  including Zoroastrianism : an  Introduction and Zoroastrianism: A guide for the perplexed, She writes regularly  for the FEZANA JOURNAL

Dolly Dastoor

FEZANA JOURNAL

 
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Thanksgiving Interfaith Meal-Packing Event is on this Sunday-Nov 23rd

Dear ZAGBA Community,

A friendly reminder to all who are still interested in volunteering for this event but have not yet sent in their replies, please RSVP soon.

It is for a great cause and is a fun yet meaningful event for the entire family to participate in. Please RSVP through the Evite sent on Nov 6th.

Hope to see many of you there.

Kind regards,

Firoza, Kaynaz, Kaio, Aban & Yasmin
(ZAGBA Board)
:-)
EVITE

Dear Z Community,

It’s that time of the year when several ZAGBA families get together (no age limit) with hundreds of other volunteers from the local communities to participate in our annual tradition of packaging meals to help end hunger in our local communities.  The Thanksgiving Interfaith Meal-Packing event is sponsored by the Harvard Chaplains and the Humanist Community at Harvard (HCH).

Please read their message below and spread the word to those who might be interested in coming to Harvard this year.

Imp Note for All:  ZAGBA has reserved three tables that can take 36 volunteers only.  So please note, thatonly the first 36 number of people signing up (not first 36 families) will be the ZAGBA group volunteers.  For those of you, who could not make it with the group of the first 36 people, can still participate at a different time.  Same goes for any of you who cannot make it within the time slot given in this Evite, but still want to participate at a different time, can do so via the general sign up link below:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zKt0cmSbhlgdFtMqih6pqWoIffwlrncoaLacWVHP56o/viewform

Below is a message from the HCH on the Thanksgiving Interfaith Meal-Packing Event

Through collaboration with EndHungerNE, HCH is raising $2,500 to package 10,000 meals for local Boston area food banks.  This event is open to any individual or community who is interested in participating in this day of interfaith service.

Join us and other religious and nonreligious communities and individuals from across the greater Boston area in a day of interfaith service designed to help end hunger in New England.

For further Info and donation link, please visit:

http://chaplains.harvard.edu/event/service-project-thanksgiving-food-packaging-event

 
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ZARATHUSHTRA’S GATHAS

Over 40 people attended the "Special Gatha Series Lecture by Mr Kersi Kabraji" at Harvard University.

The entire lecture by Mr. Kabraji (PDF) is on the ZAGBA website for download.

Click to download -> A  PDF Presentation  compiled by  Kersee Kabraji <- Click to view or download

 

In addition, ZAGBA was mentioned in the "Parsi Times Magazine, a publication from Mumbai".

See facebook ZAGBA Group for the photos.

Enjoy!