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AFGHANISTAN-WOMEN/
RTSANEXF 
August 24, 2022 
Zhulia Parsi and Leila Basim, the founders of women's library, attend the inauguration of women's library... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Women attend the inauguration of women's library in Kabul 
Zhulia Parsi and Leila Basim, the founders of women's library, attend the inauguration of women's library in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Ali Khara 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTSAGKJ1 
August 16, 2022 
A Parsi woman walks past Lamassu, a Mesopotamian protective deity, outside a fire temple on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi woman walks past Lamassu, a Mesopotamian protective deity, outside a fire temple on the occasion... 
A Parsi woman walks past Lamassu, a Mesopotamian protective deity, outside a fire temple on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai, India, August 16, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTSAGKIZ 
August 16, 2022 
A Parsi couple bows before entering a fire temple on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi couple bows before entering a fire temple on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai 
A Parsi couple bows before entering a fire temple on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai, India, August 16, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-FESTIVAL/
RTXFPOQ5 
August 16, 2021 
A Parsi woman carries a child as they exit a fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the... 
Mumbai, India 
Persian New Year in Mumbai 
A Parsi woman carries a child as they exit a fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai, India, August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-FESTIVAL/
RTXFPOQ6 
August 16, 2021 
Parsi women walk past the wall of a fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
Persian New Year in Mumbai 
Parsi women walk past the wall of a fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Persian New Year, in Mumbai, India, August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX7PURC 
August 16, 2020 
A man walks past a wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
Parsi New Year in Mumbai 
A man walks past a wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Parsi New Year in Mumbai, India, August 16, 2020. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTS2E46I 
March 21, 2019 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Persian New Year in Mumbai, India, March 21, 2019. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTS2E3N6 
March 21, 2019 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
A man touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Persian New Year in Mumbai, India, March 21, 2019. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6C688 
July 20, 2018 
A waiter arranges plates at a counter stacked with breakfast items at an Iranian Parsi restaurant in... 
Mumbai, India 
A waiter arranges plates at a counter stacked with breakfast items at an Iranian Parsi restaurant in... 
A waiter arranges plates at a counter stacked with breakfast items at an Iranian Parsi restaurant in Mumbai, India, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
INDIA-PROTESTS/
RTS1R1G4 
May 12, 2018 
Activists of the North East Students Organization (NESO) hold placards as they protest against the Citizenship... 
Guwahati, India 
Activists of the North East Students Organization (NESO) hold placards as they protest against the Citizenship... 
Activists of the North East Students Organization (NESO) hold placards as they protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016, which if passed by the government will make illegal migrants from minority communities like Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi or Christian from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan eligible for Indian citizenship, in Guwahati, India May 12, 2018. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTS1OJYC 
March 21, 2018 
A woman touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion... 
A woman touches the wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests on the occasion of the Persian New Year in Mumbai, India, March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas 
TATA SONS-MANAGEMENT/PARSIS
RTX2RAGH 
November 01, 2016 
Kaizad Todywalla, a Parsi businessman, poses at his ancestral property after speaking with Reuters in... 
Mumbai, India 
Kaizad Todywalla, a Parsi businessman, poses at his ancestral property after speaking with Reuters in... 
Kaizad Todywalla, a Parsi businessman, poses at his ancestral property after speaking with Reuters in Mumbai, India, October 28, 2016. Picture taken October 28, 2016. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade 
TATA SONS-MANAGEMENT/PARSIS
RTX2RAGG 
November 01, 2016 
A Parsi man walks past a wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi man walks past a wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests in Mumbai... 
A Parsi man walks past a wall of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests in Mumbai, India, October 30, 2016. Picture taken October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2LH7Y 
August 17, 2016 
A man offers a pastry to a kid at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad,... 
Ahmedabad, India 
A man offers a pastry to a kid at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad 
A man offers a pastry to a kid at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2LH7V 
August 17, 2016 
A boy talks to his grandmother at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad,... 
Ahmedabad, India 
A boy talks to his grandmother at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad 
A boy talks to his grandmother at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2LH7T 
August 17, 2016 
A woman kisses her son at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, August... 
Ahmedabad, India 
A woman kisses her son at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad 
A woman kisses her son at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year celebrations in Ahmedabad, India, August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2LF09 
August 17, 2016 
A Parsi man speaks to a priest at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai, India, August... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi man speaks to a priest at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A Parsi man speaks to a priest at a fire temple during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai, India, August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX2LF08 
August 17, 2016 
A Parsi man touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi man touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during... 
A Parsi man touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai, India, August 17, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui 
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX1OLOB 
August 18, 2015 
A Parsi girl touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi girl touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during... 
A Parsi girl touches the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring huge carvings of ancient priests during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 18, 2015. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, immigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1,000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade 
INDIA-MUSLIMS/
RTR3P0GF 
May 14, 2014 
Rupa Mody (L) and her husband Dara Mody, from the Parsi community, pose for a picture inside their house... 
Ahmedabad, India 
Rupa and her husband Dara Mody, from the Parsi community, pose for a picture inside their house which... 
Rupa Mody (L) and her husband Dara Mody, from the Parsi community, pose for a picture inside their house which was burnt and damaged in the Gujarat 2002 riots at the Gulbarg Society, a Muslim-dominated housing, in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad February 28, 2014. Narendra Modi's critics depict him as an autocratic Hindu supremacist who would tyrannize the country's minority Muslims if his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power. Modi himself insists he is a moderate who will create a prosperous India for people of all creeds. Picture taken February 28, 2014. To match Special Report INDIA-MUSLIMS/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS)

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INDIA/
RTR2HELL 
August 19, 2010 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad... 
Ahmedabad, India 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Ahmedabad 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 19, 2010. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, immigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
INDIA/
RTR2HEL5 
August 19, 2010 
Parsi children touch the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient priests... 
Mumbai, India 
Parsi children touch the walls of a Parsi fire temple in Mumbai 
Parsi children touch the walls of a Parsi fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient priests during the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2010. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, immigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
INDIA
RTR26VAH 
August 19, 2009 
A woman walks with a girl to a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 19, 2009. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman walks with a girl to a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year's day in Mumbai 
A woman walks with a girl to a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 19, 2009. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1,000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA SOCIETY RELIGION) 
IRAN-ELECTIONS/
RTR24LN4 
June 12, 2009 
Cyrus Parsy (L), Mahboub Padkanh (C) and Suzy Yashar (R) join with demonstrators gathered to protest... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Cyrus Parsy, Mahboub Padkanh and Suzy Yashar join with demonstrators gathered to protest the elections... 
Cyrus Parsy (L), Mahboub Padkanh (C) and Suzy Yashar (R) join with demonstrators gathered to protest the elections in Iran outside of a polling place in Los Angeles June 12, 2009. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES POLITICS ELECTIONS CONFLICT) 
INDIA
RTR21D81 
August 19, 2008 
Devotees pray at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
Devotees pray at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
Devotees pray at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7V 
August 19, 2008 
An Indian Parsi girl prepares to tie a scarf on her head before entering a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi... 
Mumbai, India 
An Indian Parsi girl prepares to tie a scarf on her head before entering a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi... 
An Indian Parsi girl prepares to tie a scarf on her head before entering a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7U 
August 19, 2008 
A devotee prays in front of religious scriptures Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai... 
Mumbai, India 
A devotee prays in front of religious scriptures Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai... 
A devotee prays in front of religious scriptures Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7T 
August 19, 2008 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7S 
August 19, 2008 
A family leaves a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
Family leaves a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A family leaves a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7Q 
August 19, 2008 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
Devotees embrace at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D7O 
August 19, 2008 
A devotee prays at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
Indian Parsi man pray at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A devotee prays at a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D6B 
August 19, 2008 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants... 
Mumbai, India 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR21D5W 
August 19, 2008 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants... 
Mumbai, India 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
A devotee enters a Parsi fire temple on Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 19, 2008. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
FRANCE/
RTX5NS9 
May 13, 2008 
Florence Parsy, wife of Mallet, one of the victims of French self-confessed serial killer Michel Fourniret,... 
Charleville-Mezieres, France 
Parsy, wife of Mallet, one of the victims of French self-confessed serial killer Michel Fourniret, arrives... 
Florence Parsy, wife of Mallet, one of the victims of French self-confessed serial killer Michel Fourniret, arrives at Charleville-Mezieres courthouse May 13, 2008. The trial of Fourniret, charged with murdering at least seven girls in Belgium and France between 1987 and 2001, and his wife Monique Olivier, who faces charges of helping him murder at least three of his victims, has entered its eight week. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
INDIA
RTR1SXTD 
August 20, 2007 
Katy Mehta (L) is helped to the Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 20, 2007.... 
Mumbai, India 
Mehta is helped to the Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
Katy Mehta (L) is helped to the Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXSD 
August 20, 2007 
A girl wears a scarf on her head prior to entering a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl wears a scarf on her head prior to entering a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai... 
A girl wears a scarf on her head prior to entering a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXO1 
August 20, 2007 
A man prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants... 
Mumbai, India 
A man prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in Mumbai 
A man prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXNZ 
August 20, 2007 
Children enter a fire temple on the Parsi New Year day as a beggar boy (R) looks on in Mumbai August... 
Mumbai, India 
Children enter a fire temple on the Parsi New Year day as a beggar boy looks on in Mumbai 
Children enter a fire temple on the Parsi New Year day as a beggar boy (R) looks on in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXNQ 
August 20, 2007 
Katy Mehta, an Indian Parsi woman, enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August... 
Mumbai, India 
Mehta, an Indian Parsi woman, enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai 
Katy Mehta, an Indian Parsi woman, enters a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXNI 
August 20, 2007 
Parsi children wear scarves on their heads as they enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in... 
Mumbai, India 
Parsi children wear scarves on their heads as they enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in... 
Parsi children wear scarves on their heads as they enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year Day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXLU 
August 20, 2007 
A woman stands in a Parsi temple as other Parsis are seen praying to mark the Parsi New Year in Mumbai... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman stands in a Parsi temple as other Parsis are seen praying to mark the Parsi New Year in Mumbai... 
A woman stands in a Parsi temple as other Parsis are seen praying to mark the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1SXLT 
August 20, 2007 
A woman walks to a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year's day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman walks to a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year's day in Mumbai 
A woman walks to a Parsi fire temple on the Parsi New Year's day in Mumbai August 20, 2007. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1GJ37 
August 20, 2006 
A woman prepares to enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2006. The Parsis,... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman prepares to enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai 
A woman prepares to enter a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2006. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR1GJ31 
August 20, 2006 
A woman enters a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2006. The Parsis, descendants... 
Mumbai, India 
A woman enters a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai 
A woman enters a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2006. The Parsis, descendants of Persian Zoroastrians, emigrated to the Indian subcontinent more than 1000 years ago to escape religious persecution after the Islamic conquest. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTXNQEA 
August 26, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi touches the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient... 
Mumbai, India 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi touches the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi touches the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests during the Parsi New Year in Mumbai in this August 20, 2005 file picture. Having fled [Iran] centuries ago, there are about 40,000 Parsis in Mumbai, representing more than a quarter of all Zoroastrians. They have played a formidable part in the history of India's largest city and [financial capital, known as Bombay] until 1995. 
INDIA
RTXNQE9 
August 26, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi family walks along the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings... 
Mumbai, India 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi family walks along the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A Parsi family walks along the wall of a temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests during the Parsi New Year in Mumbai in this August 20, 2005 file picture. Having fled [Iran] centuries ago, there are about 40,000 Parsis in Mumbai, representing more than a quarter of all Zoroastrians. They have played a formidable part in the history of India's largest city and financial [capital, known as Bombay] until 1995. 
INDIA
RTXNQE8 
August 26, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A woman prepares before entering a Parsi temple in Mumbai in this August 20,... 
Mumbai, India 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A woman prepares before entering a Parsi temple in Mumbai in this August 20,..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 20AUG05 - A woman prepares before entering a Parsi temple in Mumbai in this August 20, 2005 file picture. Having fled [Iran] centuries ago, there are about 40,000 Parsis in Mumbai, representing more than a quarter of all Zoroastrians. They have played a formidable part in the history of India's largest city and financial [capital, known as Bombay] until 1995. 
INDIA
RTXNPGL 
August 20, 2005 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of..... 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. 
INDIA
RTXNPGK 
August 20, 2005 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests,... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head pr..... 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests, on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. 
INDIA
RTXNPBL 
August 20, 2005 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Per..... 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. 
INDIA
RTR15M4M 
August 20, 2005 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai. 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/NL 
RELIGION PARSI
RTRLL7G 
August 20, 2005 
A woman prepares before entering a Parsi temple in Mumbai in this August 20, 2005 file picture. Having... 
Mumbai, India 
To match feature Religion-Parsi. 
A woman prepares before entering a Parsi temple in Mumbai in this August 20, 2005 file picture. Having fled Iran centuries ago, there are about 40,000 Parsis in Mumbai, representing more than a quarter of all Zoroastrians. They have played a formidable part in the history of India's largest city and financial capital, known as Bombay until 1995. To match feature Religion-Parsis REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe PP/PN 
INDIA
RTRL3OC 
August 20, 2005 
A girl stands outside a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl stands outside a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai. 
A girl stands outside a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/NL 
INDIA
RTRL3NW 
August 20, 2005 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai. 
A girl holds flowers at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/NL 
INDIA
RTRL3NH 
August 20, 2005 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests,... 
Mumbai, India 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai. 
A Parsi lady walks besides the wall of a fire temple featuring life-size carvings of ancient head priests, on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/NL 
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August 20, 2005 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian... 
Mumbai, India 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai. 
A girl prays at a Parsi temple on the Parsi New Year in Mumbai August 20, 2005. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/NL 
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August 20, 2004 
A Parsi lady places her hand reverentially on the wall of a fire temple featuring lifesize carvings of... 
Bombay, India 
A Parsi lady places her hand reverentially on the wall of a fire temple in Bombay. 
A Parsi lady places her hand reverentially on the wall of a fire temple featuring lifesize carvings of ancient head priests in Bombay on the Parsi New Year, August 20, 2004. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia following persecution from Arab conquerors. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe 
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August 21, 2003 
Young Parsi girls sit on a ledge at a Parsi fire temple bearing stone
carvings of ancient head priests... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
YOUNG PARSI GIRLS SIT AT FIRE TEMPLE IN BOMBAY TO CELEBRATE PARSI NEW
YEAR. 
Young Parsi girls sit on a ledge at a Parsi fire temple bearing stone
carvings of ancient head priests on the Parsi New Year in Bombay August
21, 2003. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi
community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they fled
Persia (modern-day Iran) following persecution from Arab conquerors.
The Parsis are often referred to as the "Dying Race" because of their
dwindling population, which the community heads say is presently about
0.02 percent of India's one billion population. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

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INDIA
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August 21, 2003 
Young Parsi girls pose for a picture for a relative at a Parsi fire
temple on the Parsi New Year in... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
YOUNG PARSI GIRLS POSE AT FIRE TEMPLE IN BOMBAY TO CELEBRATE PARSI NEW
YEAR. 
Young Parsi girls pose for a picture for a relative at a Parsi fire
temple on the Parsi New Year in Bombay August 21, 2003. Followers of
the Persian prophet Zarathustra, the Parsi community arrived in western
India 1200 years ago after they fled Persia (modern-day Iran) following
persecution from Arab conquerors. The Parsis are often referred to as
the "Dying Race" because of their dwindling population, which the
community heads say is presently about 0.02 percent of India's 1
billion population. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

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INDIA
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August 21, 2003 
Members of the Parsi community greet each other at a Parsi fire temple
bearing stone carvings of ancient... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
MEMBERS OF PARSI COMMUNITY GREET EACHOTHER AT FIRE TEMPLE IN BOMBAY TO
CELEBRATE PARSI NEW YEAR. 
Members of the Parsi community greet each other at a Parsi fire temple
bearing stone carvings of ancient head priests on the Parsi New Year in
Bombay August 21, 2003. Followers of the Persian prophet Zarathustra,
the Parsi community arrived in western India 1200 years ago after they
fled Persia (modern-day Iran) following persecution from Arab
conquerors. The Parsis are often referred to as the "Dying Race"
because of their dwindling population, which the community heads say is
presently about 0.02 percent of India's 1 billion population.
REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

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