This Article First Appeared In Scoopwhoop On Nov 01, 2022
Jamsetji Tata, the founder of Tata Group, is regarded as the “Father of Indian Industry”. He started a textile mill in Central India with just ₹21,000 back in 1868 and built an empire with it.
The three main focuses of Jamsetji Tata were to establish an iron and steel company, generate hydroelectric power, and create a world-class educational institution in the country – the three pillars that would shape the future of the country.
Whatever Jamsetji Tata did was for the welfare of the country, well, almost everything. The story of how India’s one of the most famous landmarks – The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai – came to be is one born out of revenge as well.