Azad Maidan is a triangular-shaped maidan (sports ground) in Mumbai …
Azad Maidanis a triangular-shaped maidan (sports ground) in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is located on 25 acres of land near Churchgate railway station in South Mumbai. It is a regular venue for inter-school cricket matches. The name Azad means “liberty” in Persian.
Parsi (or Parsee) is one of two Zoroastrian communities (the other being Iranis) majorly located in India and few in Pakistan. Parsis migrated from Greater Iran to Sindh and Gujarat, between the 8th and 10th century CE
The long presence of the Parsis in the Gujarat and Sindh areas of India distinguishes them from the smaller Zoroastrian Indian community of Iranis, who emigrated from Iran to South Asia in the 19th century and early 20th-century.
As is also the case for the Parsis, the Iranis predominately settled in the west-coast of India, in the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. A concentration of their people live in and around the city of Mumbai. (Source: Wikipedia)
I have been to this restaurant, located at Marine Drive in Mumbai, a few times before – the first time accidently, the second intentionally; this time and after a very long time – loyally, to relish the tasty Parsi food in its frank and relaxed ambience.