Pune: ‘#Tata Stories’ is a wonderful collection of anecdotes about Tata group, it’s companies, it’s commitments to society and it’s leaders. Spanning over a century, and narrated as short stories, it is a great way for readers, especially the younger generation, to understand the true essence of the Tata group.’ said Mr. Dinanath Kholkar, VP, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). He was speaking at the book launch ceremony of the Marathi translation of the bestselling book ‘#Tata Stories’, written by Mr Harish Bhat, Brand Custodian, Tata Sons. ‘With the Marathi version being available now, I hope that this book will reach every government school and library in Maharashtra.’ he said further.
The launch event was organised in the Tata Management Training Centre (TMTC), Pune on 25th February 2022 and was attended by Mr. Anand Shankar, Director of Tata Management Training Centre (TMTC), Mr. R.P. Narla, Chief Archivist of the Tata Central Archives, Translator Mr. Vyankatesh Anant Upadhye and Mr. Saket Bhand, Director of Saket Publication amongst other distinguished guests. All Covid guidelines were strictly followed during the programme.
Mr. Anand Shankar commented – ‘Tata Stories is a treasure trove of some wonderful examples from the history of the Tata group. These are human stories, of vision, determination, and the ability to overcome challenges. The book brings to life the vision of the founder Jamshedji Tata and also other great leaders who have built this timeless institution. We believe readers will achieve a deep understanding of not just the culture of the Tata group, but also see in this book many unique glimpses of what makes our country and its people great.’
Mr. Harish Bhat, the author of the book conveyed the following message – ‘I am delighted that my book #Tata Stories is now being launched in the Marathi language. This edition will help take these remarkable stories from the Tata group to readers across Maharashtra. This book contains forty beautiful short stories that can inspire us to do far more with our own lives. These stories can be read and enjoyed by everyone, young and old. My sincere thanks to the publishers, Saket Prakashan, and to the translator, Vyankatesh Anant Upadhye, for their tireless efforts in bringing out this book.’
Mr. Vyankatesh Anant Upadhye, translator of the book said, ‘This book has given me so much. By reading it, I have got to know about the timeless values of the great Tata group. It is therefore an important book for all Marathi readers to understand about these values and the overall contribution of the Tata group to our nation. This book can inspire everyone.’ he said.