Australia welcomes you to the 11th World Zoroastrian Congress We believe in ensuring our guests have a great time, meet our locals and return home with fond memories. This will be a congress with a difference, wherein we will have more participation of the public and a bit of fun for all ages. We will also offer an opportunity for visiting business entrepreneurs and professionals to meet their local counterparts to encourage interactions and broaden their knowledge base. The topics of similar nature will be clubbed together, so delegates can enjoy the sessions of their interests or attend the breakaway sessions. In most such gatherings of a few days, not much can be debated, discussed and decided. So for the first time, we will open the Congress almost a year in advance – digitally. Our distinguished scholars, priests, businessmen, entrepreneurs can discuss their views on the discussion pages here and the worldwide diaspora of Zoroastrians can be engaged and can participate. So go on put in your ideas. We are a proud community with honest business ethics that is highly respected by those who have known us. Familiar names like Tatas, Godrejs, Wadias, Jeejebhoys, Masters, Petits, Camas are household names who have exemplified the community and the world for generations.We salute them ALL and take their name with Pride. But there are lots of Unsung Heroes who have also left their mark or will – in the History of our times and we would like to acknowledge them also.
11th World Zoroastrian Congress shared Zoroastrian Return to Roots's post.Thursday, August 23, 2018
11th World Zoroastrian Congress added 2 new photos — with Sheroy Aspandiar Irani.Tuesday, July 17, 2018
11th World Zoroastrian Congress shared Sam Balsara's post.Thursday, June 14, 2018