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Overview of the Faith, and the author's interactions with Bahá'ís in the early 1900s. (Navjote is the initiation ceremony where a child receives his/her ceremonial garments and first performs the Zoroastrian ritual.)
Complete text is online at PDF below from Microsoft Word version prepared by Mike Thomas (2022).

See also Appendix F: Indian Zoroastrians and the Bahá'í Faith in Zoroastrian Conversions to the Bahá'í Faith in Yazd, Iran, pp. 102-104 (Maneck, 1983).

The Navjote of a Converted Zoroastrian Bahai:
(Chapter 68)

by Maneckji Nuserwanji Dhalla

translated by Gool & Behram Sohrab H. J. Rustomji
published in Dastur Dhalla, the Saga of a Soul: Autobiography of Shams-ul-ulama Dastur Dr. Maneckji Nusserwanji Dhalla, pages 722-728
Karachi: Dastur Dr. Dhalla Memorial Institute, 1975
date of original: 1942
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