The organization named Rahnumai Mazdayasnan Sabha proved to be an extremely effective step towards propelling the Parsi socio-religious movements in India, to a large extent. The reform especially came at a time when the Parsi community was going through a bad phase in society.
Even at that time the internal unity of the community was shaken, the reform thus, stood to make a difference and uplift the Parsi community solving all there social economic problems. Naoroji Furdunji was the founder of the Rahnumai Mazdayasnan Sabha.
He first edited a journal named Fam-i-Famsbid, during the 1840s and also wrote many articles and books during the 1850s to prove the superiority of Zoroastrianism over Christianity.
The broad objectives of the organization involved achieving the regeneration of the social condition of the Parsis and the restoration of the Zoroastrian religion in its pristine purity.