Zoroastrians of India. Parsees & Iranis - a Photographic Heritage Page 1 - Families, Schools, Children
Note: While the captions may describe the subjects as Parsees, Iranis were included in this label by individuals from other communities.
|Girls' School c.1880. Note: Scull caps on children and similarities with toki caps worn in Tajikistan to this day.|
Prior to the 1900s, all Zoroastrians in India covered their head in public.
Albumen photo by Taurines Image credit: Columbia
|Zoroastrian wedding 1905. Image credit: Wikimedia|
|Parsi school 1910 (an artist's impression)|
|Family 1890s. Photographed by Cambridge and Company|
Image credit: Columbia
|Parsi family in Karachi 1925.|
Image credit: NPR
|Zoroastrian children in Bombay 1878 (an artist's impression). Note clothing and headwear on all the children. Image credit: Columbia|