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"Every year we get the statistics in which the births are, say, about 50, then the deaths would be 10-fold." According to Mr Malegram, who moved from Mumbai to Sydney in 2015, Parsi protectionism is to blame."I thought maybe they are not having enough avenues to know that there are other young Parsis available."Unofficially, she now manages an international database of Zoroastrian bachelors and bachelorettes — an extensive list of names and numbers, careers and qualifications, ages and email addresses — that's shared with singles who are looking for love.It started as an idea for Indian Parsis, but word quickly spread and soon Zoroastrians living everywhere, from Austin to Auckland and Iran to Oman, began contacting Ms Havewala for her coveted list. Back in 2015, Sydney-born Auzita Pourshasb was one of the names on Ms Havewala's list."When you're taught that you're a part of a diminishing community…The community is so small it makes up 0.01 per cent of the national population.Ms Pourshasb eventually met and fell in love with a Christian man."In India to protect that Iranian ancestry and the genome, they decided to prohibit any inter-faith marriages and prohibit other people from entering the faith," he points out.
"It kept the ethnic group alive for thousands of years, but in the process, it did compromise on the bigger picture, which is the faith itself." Despite the Parsi population decrease, Mr Malegam says new temples around the world are welcoming new members into the fold.I am looking for a girl to marry who would understand me....You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.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.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.