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ARCHITECTS OF MODERN INDIA

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ARCHITECTS OF MODERN INDIA

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During the Indian freedom struggle Ghanshyam Das Birla decided to raise an Indian industry to rival and threaten the British mills. Jamsetji Tata laid the foundation for India's textile and steel industry. When the British did not allow Indians into five-star hotels, he built his own, more magnificent than all of theirs, the Taj in Mumbai. Half-French and in love with flying, Jamsetji's nephew J.R.D. Tata nevertheless had his feet planted firmly in Indian soil. He took an already large business and expanded it in new directions - trucks, tea and India's first airline. Collection of the following titles: Jamsetji Tata, G.D. Birla, J.R.D. Tata