The last of the Zoroastrians
A funeral, a family, and a journey into a disappearing religion. "As the religion’s followers declined, why were Parsis so dogmatic about keeping their doors closed to mixed-heritage children, let alone accepting outside converts? And did this mean that the whole Parsi community was heading for the same fate as my grandfather: a drawn-out but sadly inevitable disappearance?" Shaun Walker shares in the Guardian this personal exploration of heritage and culture through generations.
From The Guardian