Holy Qurbana Echoes the Armenian Way in Colaba Church

MOTV - 9/8/17 (Armenian - Indian Orthodox Churches) Arriving in Mumbai as traders in the late 17th Century and early 18th Century, Armenians built a Church nestled in the lanes of Fort. Named St Peter’s Orthodox Church, it was built in 1796 by Armenians. Besides Kolkata, where they continue to be in large numbers, presence of ...

Armenian Church in Mumbai has no Priest

4/6/2011 PanARMENIAN.Net - Zabel Joshi, now last surviving Armenian in Mumbai, India, was raised as a Lebanese Armenian in Beirut. She met her husband, a Mumbai-based cloth merchant, on one of his numerous business trips to that city. She married at 23 and moved to Mumbai in 1972 and now speaks fluent Armenian, Arabic, Turkish, English, ...

Armenians in Mumbai: A 200-year History

Aarefa Johari, Hindustan Times 3/7/2011 Zabel Joshi (nee Hayakian), now Mumbai’s last surviving Armenian, was raised as a Lebanese Armenian in Beirut. She met her husband, a Mumbai-based cloth merchant, on one of his numerous business trips to that city. She married at 23 and moved to Mumbai in 1972 and now speaks fluent Armenian, Arabic, Turkish, ...