Fort Seth Ardeshir Dadibhoy 25-September-1803 kzamembers.wetpaint.com
In 1771 C.E. Dadibhai Noshirwanji Dadyseth (q.v.) established an agiary (see ?taškada) with an ?dar?n fire (q.v.) for the sake of the soul of his first wife, Kunverbai, in the Fort district of Bombay. The fire was tended with Shenshahi rites by Bhagaria (q.v.) priests from Navsari (Vatcha, I, p. 309). Dadyseth having subsequently become a Kadmi, his son Ardashir after his father’s death built a finer temple on adjacent land and had the fire installed there, with Kadmi rites, on the day of Sar?š, month of Farvard?n, 1173 Yazdegerd?/25 September 1803.
—Mary Boyce and Firoze M. Kotwal www.iranica.com
DADYSETH, Dadibhai Noshirwanji (1734-99), a distinguished Parsi philanthropist.
In 1771 he founded the Dadyseth Agiary (q.v.)
Ardeshir Dadibhoy Dadiseth
In 1803 he refounded the Dadyseth Agiary www.iranica.com
ardeshir dadibhoy dadiseth agiary (kadmi adarian). Address:-. Dr. Dadabhoy Naoroji Road, Fort, Mumbai – 400 001
Seth Dadibhai Nosherwanji Dadiseth Atash Behram (Fanaswadi)
Trust office above Ardeshir Dadibhoy Dadiseth Agiary, Dr D. N. Rd, Fort, Bombay 400001
Trust secretaries Feroze Fitter and Hoshang Kharas available between 10 a.m-4.30 p.m.
Tel: 22873672 parsiana.com