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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 
IRAQ-CRISIS/
RTR471OX 
September 20, 2014 
A displaced woman from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships... 
SHIKHAN, Iraq 
A displaced woman from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships... 
A displaced woman from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships at their main holy temple in Lalish in Shikhan September 20, 2014. Followers of an ancient religion derived from Zoroastrianism, the Yazidi fled their homeland in the Sinjar mountains as Islamic State militants, who see them as devil worshippers, seized towns and carried out mass killings in August. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT RELIGION) 
IRAQ-CRISIS/
RTR471N4 
September 20, 2014 
A displaced girl from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships... 
SHIKHAN, Iraq 
A displaced girl from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships... 
A displaced girl from the minority Yazidi sect, who fled violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, worships at their main holy temple Lalish in Shikhan September 20, 2014. Followers of an ancient religion derived from Zoroastrianism, the Yazidi fled their homeland in the Sinjar mountains as Islamic State militants, who see them as devil worshippers, seized towns and carried out mass killings in August. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT 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) 
IRAN INVESTOR/
RTXAB00 
November 06, 2008 
A general view of the Zoroastrian fire temple in Yazd, 700 kilometres (435 miles) south of Tehran October... 
Yazd, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-INVESTOR/ 
A general view of the Zoroastrian fire temple in Yazd, 700 kilometres (435 miles) south of Tehran October 15, 2008. To match feature IRAN-INVESTOR/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN/
RTX942D 
October 01, 2008 
Iranian Zoroastrians pray during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran October 1, 2008. Zoroastrians... 
Tehran, Iran 
Iranian Zoroastrians pray during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran 
Iranian Zoroastrians pray during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran October 1, 2008. Zoroastrians living in Iran hold the Mehregan ceremony to thank God for a good summer and cold winter during the first ten days of autumn. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN) 
IRAN/
RTX942C 
October 01, 2008 
Zoroastrian children dance in front of a portrait of Zoroaster during the historic Mehregan celebration... 
Tehran, Iran 
Zoroastrian children dance in front of a portrait of Zoroaster during the historic Mehregan celebration... 
Zoroastrian children dance in front of a portrait of Zoroaster during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran October 1, 2008. Zoroastrians living in Iran hold the Mehregan ceremony to thank God for a good summer and cold winter during the first ten days of autumn. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN) 
IRAN/
RTX9428 
October 01, 2008 
Zoroastrian children dance during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran October 1, 2008. Zoroastrians... 
Tehran, Iran 
Zoroastrian children dance during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran 
Zoroastrian children dance during the historic Mehregan celebration in Tehran October 1, 2008. Zoroastrians living in Iran hold the Mehregan ceremony to thank God for a good summer and cold winter during the first ten days of autumn. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN) 
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
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) 
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
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. 
IRAN
RTRKBLA 
March 18, 2003 
Iranians mark the last Tuesday of the Iranian calendar year with
traditional fireworks and fire-jumping... 
Tehran, Iran 
IRANIANS CELEBRATE NEW YEAR WITH TRADITIONAL FIREWORKS AND
FIRE-JUMPING. 
Iranians mark the last Tuesday of the Iranian calendar year with
traditional fireworks and fire-jumping in Tehran on March 18, 2003. The
Iranian New Year starts on March 21. According to ancient Zorastrian
custom, jumping over fire gets rid of evil and welcomes in the new
year. The tradition is frowned upon by the Islamic Republic's clerical
establishment which considers it to be a pagan custom. However, many
Iranians view the tradition as a source of national pride.
REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

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