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But before she met her current partner, she heard of Ms Havewala's database and decided to get in touch."She shared my details with the available bachelors and then shortly after I had people from India, Pakistan, England and Canada contact me," she recalls.But Ms Havewala's dating database isn't the only online matchmaking resource for young Zoroastrians."So far, 55 couples have found their partners through my efforts — 53 couples are already married, and two more couples are engaged to be married soon," says Ms Havewala, a Mumbai-based mother-of-two.Ms Havewala is a Zoroastrian — or 'Parsi' (meaning 'Persian') as they're known in India — a member of an ancient monotheistic faith that pre-dates Islam and Christianity."[If] I'm sitting here in Sydney, probably there's not too many people [nearby] who would use the app, but there would be someone in North America or New Zealand or maybe in India or Iran," explains Mr Malegam, a digital start-up entrepreneur and keen user of the app.The 26-year-old says it's his preference to marry a member of the faith, but it's not a prerequisite. It's estimated there are 200,000 Zoroastrians worldwide with the majority (around 60,000) residing in India.Other military dating services can’t compete with the number of quality members or features you’ll find when you join the top Military singles dating site.
"About seven years ago, it struck me very badly [that] a lot of our youngsters are getting married outside the community," Ms Havewala explains.
But, because they are deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq, they need you to sign up for an expensive telecommunications service like “Military TELEX” in order to make that happen.
They profess unending love as their motivator and, unfortunately, many women have fallen for it.
you feel like you've got a sense of responsibility to meet a Zoroastrian and to help those numbers grow," says Ms Pourshasb, a 30-year-old HR advisor and member of the Australian Zoroastrian Association."It has definitely been challenging because already in the Sydney community you're faced with not a great number of bachelors to choose from, and the other thing is you grow up with them as though they're as close to you as family …
so it'd feel weird to even see them as your partner." According to the 2016 Census results there are fewer than 3,000 Zoroastrians currently living in Australia.
Elsewhere in the world however, Zoroastrian communities do accept converts.