Noshir Irani and Shera Irani
Noshir Irani and his mother, Shera Irani, in Mumbai, India. In the interview, Noshir and Teshtar Irani displayed this photograph and Noshir selected it as one of the objects he'd keep in a time capsule.
Karachi Race Club Pin
An artifact Havovi Cooper shared as part of her interview profile. This is a Karachi Race Club pin that belonged to Havovi's grandparents. She wears the pin on her denim jacket. One of the main aspects of these migration stories is what material objects do we keep with us during our journey. This is an example of Havovi's experiences and stories of making a new home in the United States.
A 100 Pakistani Rupee Note for Sagunn
An artifact Havovi Cooper shared as part of her interview profile. This is a 100 Pakistani rupee note given to her for good wishes during her engagement.
Solar Motion Disk
Anahita Sidhwa shares her passion for astronomy in her interview. This solar motion disks a little cardboard piece she uses to teach astronomy to her students. It shows very nicely what happens at the equinoxes and solstices from our perspective on Earth. Equinoxes and solstices are also an integral part of the Zoroastrian calendar and main celebrations such as Nowruz.