Cyrus Had Offered Prayers At Udvada | Surat News – Times of India

SURAT: Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry, who died in a road accident near Palghar in Maharashtra, had visited the Iranshah Atash Behram in Udvada, the most sacred Parsi fire temple, located in Valsad district.
Mistry and three others were returning to Mumbai after offering prayers at Udvada.
“Cyrus’ death is a colossal loss to the community. He had come to meet me after offering prayers in the morning and we exchanged pleasantries. Just like his father Pallonji, Cyrus too was taking a lot of interest in the renovation of Iranshah Aatash Behram here,” said Vada Dasturji Khurshed Dastoor, while talking to reporters in Udvada.

Cyrus had offered prayers at Udvada

The site of the accident where Mistry died

Dasturji said Shapoorji Pallonji Group was the biggest donor in renovation of fire temples and dharamshalas. Meanwhile, the condition of Dr Anahati Pandole, a famed gynaecologist and her husband Darius Pandole, is said to be critical in Vapi’s Rainbow Super Speciality Hospital. Hospital sources confirmed to TOI that both have suffered multiple injuries including head and the chest.
“We pray that Iranshah gives Cyrus’ family the strength to bear this tragic loss and speedy recovery of the duo in Vapi hospital,” said Dasturji. They were likely to be air-lifted to Mumbai on Tuesday.