It is not just a tribute to PARSIS but is a lesion to learn for every Indian:

Kindly circulate. Let it reach to all those who are already minority and to all those who are still asking for minority status….

Parsis are just 0.1% of total population or maybe even less……….YET………
They never asked for minority status…
They never asked for reservations…
They never fought with Indian Government…
They never felt threatened by Hindus or Muslims…
They never throw bombs or stones or damage public property…
They never indulge in crimes or run the underworld…
All they do is to contribute mightily to the progress of India…

They gave us the best…..

Mr. Dadabhoy Naoroji…

Mr. Firozshah Mehta….

Mr. Bhikaji Cama…

Mr. Ratan Tata…

Mr. Adi Godrej…

Mr. Cyrus Mistry…

Mr. Homi Bhabha…

Mr. Zubin Mehta…

Mr. Nari Contractor…

Mr. Farokh Engineer…

Mr.Soli Sorabjee…

Ms. Persis Khambata…

Ms. Daizy Irani…

Mr. Homi Wadia…

Mr. Rustom Karanjia…

Mr. Dinshaw Petit…

Mr. Shapurji Pallonji…

Mr. Rusy Mody…

Mr. Boman Irani…

Ms.Perizad Zorabian…

Mr. Cyrus Poonawala…

Mr. Shyamak Dawar…

Mr. Cyrus Bharucha…

Ms. Bachi Karkaria…

Mr. Busybee…

Mr. Keki Mistry…

Mr. Bejan Daruwala…

Mr. Mehraboon Irani….

the list is endless, and above all, the 1 & only Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw!!

Parsis are the best gift by Almighty to India, and each one of us Indians should love & respect them…They are beautiful People…A beautiful and dignified Race….

I wish we had more of the Parsis who could teach our other greedy minorities as to what minority really means……

It means NOT to be parasite or a leech on the host country…It means to give, NOT to take…

All those who are asking for minority status, then and today, ought to be ashamed of them.

You owe a lot to this nation. Pay back, rather than asking from nation.

Mr. Ratan Tata honored as one of the Greatest Global Living Indians. One of India’s flagship groups is built on his code of ethics. From Nano to Jaguar, Ratan Tata’s drive is that of a Living Legend.

Mahesh Bhatt

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