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Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata This Is The Biography Of JRD Tata, The Patriarch Of The Biggest Industrial House In India, Comparable In Stature To Forbes, Rockefeller Or Du Pont He Pioneered Aviation In India, And Presided Over The Development Of The Country S Steel, Cement, Truck And Vegetable Oils Industry


About the Author: R.M. Lala

Russi M Lala Gujarati 22 August 1928 19 October 2012 was a Parsi author known for his chronicles of the Tatas, editor, and publisher When he was 19, he entered the profession of book publishing in 1951 From 1959 to 1963, he established the first publishing house from India in London, 1959 Russi M Lala, graduated with History Honours from Bombay University Journalism was his passion from his childhood In his early years , he was fond of his father, Maneckshaw P Lala, from whom he acquired an abiding love for literature The urge for expression marks the beginning of writing says Mr Lala in his autobiography 1 It was this urge that made him write letters to newspapers during his teens about topics ranging from cruelty to animals, to Gandhi, and Roosevelt.



10 thoughts on “Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata

  1. says:

    on Jamsetji He was decades ahead of his time Alfred Solan What is good for General Motors is good for America J R D Tata What is good for India is good for Tatas Today s p on Jamsetji He was decades ahead of his time miles ahead of his competitors Jamnalal Bajaj on R.D Tata If all businessmen in India would acquire half his love for things Indian, there is no reason why all our enterprises should not flourish The depth of J R D Tata s love and passion of India can be understood by


  2. says:

    I was always fascinated by this gentleman Mr JRD Tata whenever my father used to tell stories about him when I was in my teens I wanted to read and knowabout him Picked up this book Beyond the last blue mountain by R.M Lala It was an amazing read about this great man This book tells about his life and his journey with TATA industries It gives in detail about the many industries which started under his leadership and his personal life I know that aiming at perfection has its drawb I was al


  3. says:

    This book was an insightful read, into the journey of JRD Tata and his wonderful multi dimensional life, spanning defining decades of 20th century India To put things in perspective, he was the first commercial air pilot of India, had his schooling done in Paris, Yokohama and India, and was chairman of Tata Sons, holding company of all Tata companies for 52 years The turnover of Tata group rose from Rs 17 crore to Rs 10,000 crore He founded first commercial airlines of India, Air India, and This


  4. says:

    Does this man need any review No This book gives all the info one needs to know.


  5. says:

    Rating 4.5 out of 5 Terrific read overall My rating, however, is prejudiced by the fact that I admire the Tatas and this book gave mereasons to feel that way The book is full of lovely anecdotes and is tight in its overarching analysis of the key components of JRD s life What makes it evenenjoyable is JRD s introspection on his own life What inspired me the most was reading the growth story of India through the growth story of the Tatas be it the setting up of the steel plan Rating 4.5 out of 5 Terrific read


  6. says:

    An easy read. An insight into the life and times of one of the greatest industrialists is India. Filled with interesting anecdotes and inspiring incidents, it s a breeze to go thru..However, it completely steers clear of any controversial or grey aspects of JRD s personality. Which is a shortcoming


  7. says:

    Super Man and super book A must read to know about the greatest Indian Company.


  8. says:

    It is a magic that revolves around the main character of this book.Some books are famous because of the prose and language artistry that the author has been able to impart in to the strokes of pen.And some books become famous because of the story that the writer weaves around the character or the other way round.This book comes in the later category,where the character is the reason behind anyone loving or hating or just passing this book with little effect.J.R.D Tata is character whom you will It is a magic that revolves around


  9. says:

    Excellent book to read This book not only encapsulates the zestful, effervescent life of JRD but also goes on to illustrate the wide ranging contributions of JRD and the Tata group to India One gets to experience a slice of history years after Independence especially in the areas of industrial and public policy sector the state of industries and how policies were made then.What was surprising for me is the degree of contributions JRD spearheaded and helped in the establishment of all premi Excellent book to read This book not only encap


  10. says:

    Gives a very detailed account of JRD s life, which also seems to reflect the workings of TATA as a company The chapters do not fall in chronological order but rather dealt as major events in his life The book also reflects the how things are done during the 50 s, 60 s and 70 s of India Detailed summaries from letter correspondences between JRD and other personalities finely illustrates his eloquence in communication Many detailed aspects into his life could have been avoided to keep the na Gives a very detailed account of JRD s life, which als


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