Navroz 2021: The Parsi community is all set to welcome their New Year with much fun and fervour. Hence, we curated a special menu to add on to the festive vibe.
Navroz Special: Falooda is a Parsi drink cum dessert that is made with milk, rose syrup, sweet basil seeds and a large scoop of ice cream.
Navroz is celebrated in the late July or August in India, according to the Shahenshahi calendar (a calendar that does not include leap year). This year, we are celebrating Navroz today (16th August) in India.
Navroz 2022: Navroz is a combination of two words - 'Nav' means new and 'Roz' means day. Friends and family gather and mark the day with love, warmth and of course, food.
Navroz 2022 is being celebrated on 16th August. Here are some delicious recipes that you must try on this day!
The festival of Navroz or the Parsi New Year is celebrated twice every year. According to the Shehenshai calendar, Parsis will be celebrating the Jamshedi Navroz 2017 today.
Tara Sutaria took to Instagram to share glimpses of her Navroz celebrations at home. Read on to know more.
Malaika Arora recently attended a Navroz feast, organised by her friend Delnaz Daruwala. Find what all she indulged in.
Union Minister Smriti Irani and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wished everyone a Happy Navroz 2020. Here's what to eat on the Parsi New Year!
Parsis all over the country will be celebrating Jamshedi Navroz (Parsi New Year) on 17th August 2017.