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"The way the numbers are going, within 50 years or a maximum 100 years, we just won't be there — I'm talking about Parsis in India," Ms Havewala says.
When American businesswoman Darlene Daggett sued her matchmaking services firm last month for setting her up on a string of horrific dates, the news ricocheted around the world. For her US0,000, Ms Daggett, 62, was introduced to, among others, a man who passed out from a heart ailment on their first date, and a convicted felon."Zoroastrians came to India about 200 years after the advent of Islam in Persia [because] there was a lot of oppression and religious conversion," Ms Havewala explains.Committed to preserving the religion and its beliefs — which centre around the core tenets of 'good words, good thoughts, good deeds' — India's Parsis forbade converts from joining the faith."In India to protect that Iranian ancestry and the genome, they decided to prohibit any inter-faith marriages and prohibit other people from entering the faith," he points out."It kept the ethnic group alive for thousands of years, but in the process, it did compromise on the bigger picture, which is the faith itself." Despite the Parsi population decrease, Mr Malegam says new temples around the world are welcoming new members into the fold.
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