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Tata Steel Centenary Celebrations
History of Tata Steel
Jamsetji Tata
The inspiration continues


» History – Tata Steel
» The birth of a pioneer
» In search of steel
» The long journey
» In Search of Success
» Light at the end of the tunnel
» The spirit stays on
» The steel saga
» Going on stream
» On track
» Hard times
» Towards self-sufficiency
» An era of growth
» More than a family
» Making men of steel
» Ahead of times
» Sakchi - a dream come true
» A model town
» The many faces of care
» A social conscience

The spirit stays on

The dream had come alive. But the dreamer, the man who had conceived the project was not there to witness the growth. Jamsetji Tata had passed away at Bad Nauheim (Germany) four years earlier, in 1904. But it was his guiding spirit that inspired his successors to complete their prodigious assignment.

In the process, Jamsetji also succeeded in setting before the growing nation an example in resourcefulness, which Jawaharlal Nehru once described as:

“When you have to give the lead in action, in ideas -a lead which does not fit in with the very climate of opinion, that is true courage, physical or mental or spiritual, call it what you like, and it is this type of courage and vision that Jamsetji Tata showed.

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