A community in India is trying to stop its population from becoming extinct, with its number rapidly falling.
The Zoroastrian population has been reduced to around 60,000 here, because career-driven professionals are having children late, or not at all.
Now their leaders are using different ways - from speed dating to free housing - to encourage people to start families.
Al Jazeera's Karishma Vyas reports from Mumbai.
Source: Al Jazeera