The 2001 official census reports state that the Parsi community forms 0.006% of India’s total population, with relatively high concentration in Mumbai. A few facts about the Parsis that you probably know already – they are followers of Zoroastrianism. The Parsis in India are believed to be the descendents of Iranian Zoroastrians, who migrated to India during the 10th century A.D. The Constitution of India allows the Parsis, as all others, to practice their religion freely. Article 25 of the Constitution of India guarantees the right to freedom of religion, under which all of us, as Indian citizens, enjoy the same freedom too.