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This is a fantastic book to read if you love entrepreneurship and history I got this as a gift from Tata endowment and started reading to know the history of Tata But, what I found in this book is a very inspiring figure called JN Tata who is the visionary behind IISc, Tata steel and Tata power Unbelievable genius who lived during 1900s A big inspiration for all of us to follow his foot steps. Highly Insightful It ll transform your notions about Indian history Won t suffice for a gripping narrative style Objectively, because it s a third person write up. The essence of Zoroastrianism is simple, Humata, Hukta, Huvarsta Good thoughts, good words, good deeds The above phrase catches the essence of the book written on one of biggest visionaries of India In one of his finest RM Lala introduces the world of JN TATA though his days setting up cotton mills and fighting the regressive British policies of taxes and logistics RM Lala has tried to integrate the historical background in the story by adding the colonial storyline to make the story readable and reasons for steps and actions JN TATA perfects as a visionary not just for his ambitious textile indutry set up but the human development reforms for the people which he proposed and set up like Provident Fund scheme, accident insurance in 1800 far ahead for that time even as per global standards His quest to study Egyptian Cotton Growing and Japanese Shipping Lines to replicate similar models in India were visionary feats However the best part of the book is the last 10 years of JN TATA from 1804 1904 which has been extensively covered because this was the time when ambition took the giant leap This was the time of Elgin and Curzon and though regressive policies were followed form the British side, JN TATA found a human in Curzon Three of his institutions which were ste up after his death like the power plant, steel plant and the science institute in Bangalore some how got the assent of Curzon The story culminates as his visions become reality by his sons The story is genuine inspiration from the author for young readers to think and of what has been done and what can been done I think JN TATA s life defines that sky is the limit for work , making money and being dedicated to the society and the people People are the reason for corporations and they should be Kantian interpretation of means as well as the end Its hard to imagine what India would have become without JN Tata and his three major schemes This book clearly highlights the events and his life around these schemes, and how he stridently had to overcome numerous setbacks, mostly from the British Raj of the time. [ Download Kindle ] ⚒ For the Love of India ♛ Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata Was Born In , And In His Lifetime India Remained Firmly Under British Rule Yet The Projects He Envisioned Laid The Foundation For The Nation S Development Once It Became Independent More Extraordinary Still, These Institutions Continue To Set The Pace For Others In Their Respective Areas For, Among His Many Achievements Are The Indian Institute Of Science In Bangalore, Which Has Groomed Some Of The Country S Best Scientists, The Tata Steel Plant In Jamshedpur, Which Marked The Country S Transition From Trading To Manufacturing, His Pioneering Hydro Electric Project, And The Taj Mahal Hotel In Mumbai, One Of The Finest In The World In These As In Other Projects He Undertook, Jamsetji Revealed The Unerring Instinct Of A Man Who Knew What It Would Take To Restore The Pride Of A Subjugated Nation And Help It Prepare For A Place Among The Leading Nations Of The World Once It Came Into Its Own The Scale Of The Projects Required Abilities Of A High Order In Some Cases It Was Sheer Perseverance That Paid Off As With Finding A Suitable Site For The Steel Project In Others, Such As The Indian Institute Of Science, It Was His Exceptional Persuasive Skills And Patience That Finally Got Him The Approval Of A Reluctant Viceroy, Lord Curzon In For The Love Of India, RM Lala Has Drawn Upon Fresh Material From The India Office Library In London And Other Archives, As Also Jamsetji S Letters, To Portray The Man And His Age It Is An Absorbing Account That Makes Clear How Remarkable Jamsetji S Achievement Truly Was, And Why, Even Now, One Hundred Years After His Death, He Seems Like A Man Well Ahead Of The Times One of the great visionary of Mother India.