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Cyrus P. Mehta was born in Surat, India on October 17, 1917, but lived in Karachi, where he had his schooling and higher education, qualifying as an electrical engineer, which was his profession till he retired. He has lived in England since October 1945. Like so many newcomers he was anxious about the fate of Zoroastrian community and religion. In 1960 he was elected to serve on the committee of the  Incorporated Parsee Association of Europe (now called Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe). Over a period of two decades he gave talks on various aspects of the Zoroastrian religion and history, to audiences from Zoroastrian and Interfaith organizations. He has contributed articles to various journals on Zoroastrian topics.

  1. Need for Faith to Live By

  2. Peace and Justice: A Zarathushtrian Perspective