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Manekji Limji Hataria

Tomorrow 15th February is the baj of Manekji Limji Hataria, the Parsi missionary to Iran. A jashan will be performed at Wadiaji Atash Behram 1st floor hall in the morning at 10 a.m. Below is an article penned by our dear friend and esteeem Parsi historian Marzban J. Giara. MANEKJI LIMJI HATARIA (1813-1890) He was sent as a Parsi missionary to Iran by the Persian Zoroastrian Amelioration Society of Bombay in 1854 to better the condition of the Iranian Zoroastrians. This great and brave man ...
Tags: Life, Iran, History, Bombay, Parsi, Teheran, Shah of Iran, Yazd, Bombay Parsi Punchayet, Henry Rawlinson, Wadiaji Atash Behram, Marzban J Giara, Manekji Limji Hataria, Persian Zoroastrian Amelioration Society of Bombay, Jaziya, Tehran Kerman Yezd


The 1850s: A Visually Stunning Photographic History of the Crimean War

Some stunning photographic history focussing on the 1850s when the Crimean War took place. A few photographers at that time photographed the war but were not successful or their photos did not survive due to natural disasters that struck at that time. Roger Fenton was one of those war photographers of that time whose photos stood out from the crowd. Considered one of the most famous photographers in the entire history of photography, he's also one of the most celebrated and influential photograp...
Tags: Photography, England, London, Congress, France, Russia, Ukraine, History, Paris, Crimea, Graham, Victoria, Ellison, Clifford, Somerset, Pearson