Khurshedji N. Seervai

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Khurshedji Nusserwanji Seervai (?–1897) was a highly educated and devoted Parsi Theosophist, and an eloquent speaker. He served as Joint Recording Secretary of the Theosophical Society in 1880, and signed up about 200 two hundred subscribers to The Theosophist when it was a new publication. He helped organize the Bombay branch, and was one of its founding officers. He worked as a tax collector, but found time to author Zoroastrianism and Theosophy and several other texts. After the Hodgson Report was published, he resigned from membership in the Society.