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Kersi Bhikhaji Shroff, born in Karachi, received his schooling there at the BVS Parsi High School. He arrived in the U.S. in 1973. He is a founding member of the Zoroastrian Association of Metropolitan Washington, Inc. (ZAMWI, formed in1979), and co-author of its constitution. He has served ZAMWI in various capacities and was its President for two terms, 1995-1999. A highlight of his tenure was a visit to Iran to attend the World Zoroastrian Congress. An Attorney at Law, Kersi serves in the U.S. Federal Government as a Division Chief in the Law Library of Congress, a research arm of the U.S. Congress on legal issues involving international, foreign and comparative laws.

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  2. Dinshaw Ghadiali -- Genius of Malaga

  3. Mankind and the Freedom of Choice in Zoroastrian Scripture

  4. Zoroastrianism under the Achaemenids