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Shrinking population threatens an ancient faith

Zoroastrians debate inviting outsiders in

By Jehangir Pocha
Globe Correspondent / September 5, 2004

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BOMBAY -- For centuries, this city has been the citadel where Zoroastrianism, one of the world's oldest religions, has persevered in the face of overwhelming odds. (Full Article: 1076 Words)

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