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On August 15, 1947, the Tata group celebrated India’s monumental moment along with the rest of the country.
1868-1917: The Early Years
The ingenuity of Jamsetji's vision, and the national-building industries it inspired.
1918-1968: The Growth Years
The birth of India's aviation and software industries and the creation of the Tata Trusts.
1969-2020: The Expansion Years
A period of bold global acquisitions and partnerships with a focus on new technology.
2018 and Beyond: The Next 50
One Tata — and a focus on scale, synergy and simplification.
Founder of the Tata group
The man who touched tomorrow
- Jamsetji Tata
"In a free enterprise, the community is not just another stakeholder in business, but is in fact the very purpose of its existence."
Lessons In Leadership
"To be a leader, you have got to lead human beings with affection."-
JRD Tata, Chairman, 1938-1991
Meet the Titans
- All the visionaries who led the group for 150 years.
Nerves Of Steel
Jamsetji, Dorabji and RD Tata defied sceptics to give India her first steel enterprise.
We initiated labour welfarebefore it was ratified by law.
Jamsetji dreamed of aworld-class science research institute for India.
Fascinated by flying since he was a child, JRD Tatawould go on to pioneer India's aviation industry.
The Tatas' enduring association with cricket began with Jamsetji Tata and his son, Sir Dorab Tata.
"Tata Doesn't Always Mean Goodbye" - Part 1
The first of a two-part heritage series chronicling the Tatas' aviation journey since 1918.
The Man Who Helped The Mahatma
Sir Ratan Tata's contributions to Mahatma Gandhi's movement was just part of his philanthropy.
Take the Tata Heritage Walk
Take a guided or a solo heritage walk in the city that the Tatas call home: Mumbai