An uninhabited Parsi house in Udvada, Gujarat, in India. Photo: Mukul Gupta

Udvada in the Indian state of Gujarat is the spiritual and culinary home of the country’s Parsi community

  • The small seaside town is famous not only for its rich, homestyle food but also its Zoroastrian temple
  • Enshrined within the Iranshah Atash Behram is a holy fire that has, it is said, been burning for 13 centuries
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An uninhabited Parsi house in Udvada, Gujarat, in India. Photo: Mukul Gupta
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