This chapter brings together the strands of this study. It is divided into five sections. The first section provides an overview of the Zoroastrians in Britain. The second asks to what extent, and in what ways, Zoroastrians are like other groups by examining other South Asian religions in Britain. The third section compares Zoroastrians with the Jews. The fourth section comments on the study of diaspora religions. The fifth section comments on the future of the British Zoroastrians, suggesting that there will continue to be a living history of Zoroastrians in Britain.
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