Frist published 2005 | 32 pages
They said Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata turned mud into gold or was it skilful management, clear thinking and honesty that did the trick?
He had an uncanny knack for recognizing a good business opportunity and a selfless will to improve the lot of his countrymen. Thus a little known Zoroastrian family became the foremost business house in India's industrial history.
Illustrated by Souren Roy and written by Yagya Sharma for Amar Chitra Katha, this book begins before his birth and spans his eventful life, and promises to enthral children and adults alike.
The book is available on Kindle and on hard copy (Amazon), and for free on Kindle Unlimited.
Why not stay in touch?
Every week, we bring you a selection of stories that offer insight into the Tata group’s businesses, community initiatives, rich heritage and diverse workforce.
Occasionally, emails will contain promotional content from our group companies and partners, special offers or discounts. However, we will not share your email ID or other identifiable data with any third party. We follow an authentication process that requests you for your consent before we add you to our database.
Sign up by entering your email ID below.