The picnic is open to all Parsi / Irani Zoroastrian single boys and girls (including divorcees, widows/ widowers desirous of getting married), between the ages 20 and 40 years only, even to those who are not registered with us. A unique initiative to keep The Parsi Family together, worldwide.
The vision is to connect each and every Zoroastrian through a single, online family tree.
Beat the heat by cooling yourselves in the swimming pool and the wave pool, enjoy the tube rides and the rain dance, but most importantly, meet scores of youngsters and have a whale of a time that you would remember for days to come.
Join in the merriment, as the Bombay Parsi Punchayet takes you once again for a ‘day’ picnic on Sunday, the 27th of April 2014.
Dating is a stage of romantic or sexual relationships in humans whereby two or more people meet socially, possibly as friends or with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a prospective partner in a more committed intimate relationship or marriage.
It can be a form of courtship that consists of social activities done by the couple.
It gives as great pleasure to announce that the last 2 picnics resulted in matrimony of 2 couples who met at the picnic for the first time.
3 girls, who registered for the first time at these picnics, found their soul mates through the BPP in no time. It’s time again to celebrate the onset of summer with lots of fun and frolic at the Royal Garden Resort at Dahisar.
This interaction was one of the largest we’ve ever held, with 33 people split fairly evenly between members of the trans community and the Newsnight team.For one, digital technologies and decentralized organizing systems have given rise to peer-to-peer networks, collaborative production, and open-source knowledge transfer.We are structuring ourselves as communities around these new modes of work and life.The village or neighborhood or city we were born in, the school we went to, the extended family we were raised by.The structures have evolved slightly over time as demographics have shifted, but we haven’t really questioned the fundamentals because the definitions worked for the most part, and served our needs and expectations; until now that is.If you run a Google search for “building community”, you’ll get 1.67 billion results.Why does community matter now, and in the future to come?Historically we have defined our communities by ethnic origin, geographic proximity, and even familial ties.These associations are innate, they flow through our braided veins.This was a collaborative, day-long event with Gendered Intelligence, Wipe Out Transphobia and Juno Roche, held in a south London primary school, imagining what school life would look like if it were trans inclusive.Our new series of interactions now focus on the challenges trans people may face in accessing healthcare and how we can improve media coverage of these experiences.