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Ratan Tata or Elon Musk — whom does India need?


If we produced Kohinoor once, we can do it again! And we’ve been doing this! Kohinoor in the form of inventions to benefit humanity like the Vaccine for Covid, in the form of Sir APJ Abdul Kalam and Sir RatanTata and the count goes on!

We today express gratefulness to have Sir Ratan Tata backing India!

As the most recent example, With corporate behemoths like Amazon, Twitter, Meta (the parent company of Facebook), and Google — the latest of which may lay off 10,000 employees — layoffs have been a popular topic of conversation. Tata Group, through its subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover, has declared to hire displaced tech talent on 800 posts

Ahead and above, He has carried a long legacy of the house of Tatas! As Rakesh Jhunjhunwala mentioned,” The house of Tatas is blessed by GOD” it would not be an exaggeration to say that their Kindness and humanitarian deeds shove in the moral energy to grow and grow.

The whole Generation of Tatas has generously followed the statement of Jamset Ji Tata: What advances a nation or a community is not so much to prop up its weakest and most helpless members but to lift the best and the most gifted, to make them of the greatest service to the country.”

Ratan Tata’s legacy speaks for itself as a recipient of the Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awards, philanthropist, and one of the most successful businesspeople the nation has ever produced. He is renowned for his extreme humanism and simplicity in addition to his exceptional commercial vision. Ratan Tata is a great gentleman thanks to his politeness and understanding, among other attributes.

Recently, RSS affiliate Sewa Bharti also gave Ratan Tata the title of “Sewa Ratna.”

Tata may not be the wealthiest guy, but he is unquestionably the greatest and most beloved. He demonstrated that being on the Forbes list does not make a person wealthy, but actions do.

There isn’t a single Indian who hasn’t heard of him or isn’t inspired by him.

when the idea of globalization was novel in India. Ratan Tata was a trailblazer not only in large purchases but also transformed the thinking of Indian business leaders.

Tata went on an acquisition frenzy, taking in the group as many as 36 companies in just 9 years, beginning with the acquisition of Tetley in 2000. The most notable and possibly contentious purchases to date have been Tata Tea’s acquisition of Tetley, Tata Steel’s acquisition of Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus, and Tata Motors’ acquisitions of Jaguar and Land Rover.


Ratan Tata became the poster boy for the group’s bold “reverse colonialism.”

When the country is in upheaval, Ratan Tata’s atmosphere is compelling. Ratan Tata is brilliantly upholding the prestige of his forebears.


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