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Jamsetji Tata is the world’s top philanthropist of last century

Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, the founder of Tata Group, stands on top of the list of EdelGive Hurun Philanthropists of Century as he made an estimated donation of $102.4 billion in health and education sector.

Total philanthropic value of Tata makes to 66 percent of Tata Sons which is estimated at $100 billion.

The present philanthropic activities of the Tata Group are being headed and overseen by Emeritus Chairman Ratan Tata.

Who was Jamsetji Tata?

Jamsetji Tata was founder of Tata Iron and Steel Works Company (TISCO) in Jamshedpur which is presently called as Tata Steel. Jamsetji Tata passed away in 1904, but Tata Steel continues operating across 26 countries and has about 80,500 employees. Regarded as the “Father of Indian Industry”, he was so influential across the world of industry that Jawaharlal Nehru referred him as “One-Man Planning Commission”.

Tata Group

Known as the Indian public multinational conglomerate that manufacture automobiles, airplanes and other products, it is headquartered in Mumbai and was founded in 1868.

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