Boman Kohinoor | Story of Britannia & Co, Mumbai

When Parsi communities migrated to Mumbai in the year 1890, there was a king by the name Jadi Rana. The king refused them to migrate into the capital city, Bombay. He said: “My area is full and I don’t have any space for outsiders too.” Then one of the Parsi priests bought a bowl of milk and some sugar. He put a handful of sugar directly into the milk bowl. The sugar soon dissolved preventing the milk to overflow. This was the priest’s way of explaining that just as the sugar…

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