In my recent sojourn in Bombay I chanced to visit some of the tombs of the Muslim saints ; and among the pilgrims there, representing as they did almost all the creeds and classes in Bombay, I saw a large number of Parsees. The Parsees, as a community, have always appeared to me as a class of decent people, with beautiful ideals of life before them. Their humble and reverent attitude toward the Muslim denizens of the tombs, the spirit of homage which characterized their deport- ment, induced me to renew my study of the Zoroastrian faith — the religion of the so-called Fire wor