23.05.2011 19.Ijar, 5771 Tag 34 des Omer
Jewish families have been coming to a small synagogue in India's capital for decades, keeping a heritage of 2,000 years alive.
In the capital of one of the world's most religiously-diverse countries, a Rabbi who has never been ordained bends ancient customs, ensuring New Delhi's 10 Jewish families a place to worship.
Unlike most synagogues, there is no separation of men and women as Jewish-born worshippers, converts and followers of other faiths chant Psalms in perfect Hebrew, with doors thrown open to all. The service leader never asks attendees what religion they follow, and envisions his daughter becoming India's first female rabbi….