Strong beliefs on sharing of wealth led the founders of the Tata group to endow a number of philanthropic trusts that support premier academic institutions, social and community causes, and programmes for the uplift of the under-privileged.
The Sir Dorabji Tata Trust was established in 1932 by Sir Dorab Tata, the elder son of Tata group founder Jamsetji Tata, and is one of the oldest and largest philanthropic organisations in India.
The Sir Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT) was established in 1919 in accordance with the will of Sir Ratan Tata, the younger son of group founder Jamsetji Tata. The Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust, formed in 1974, works together with SRTT
The JN Tata Endowment was set up in 1892 by the founder of the Tata group, Jamsetji Tata, to encourage young people to take up higher studies at some of the best universities in the world. Every year the endowment selects around 120 scholars.
The above song and the arrangements of words are closely associated with Bratachari. He who observes the specific way of vow is ‘BRATACHARI`. Gurusaday Dutta was the founder of BRATACHARI. In his professional life Gurusaday also passed Bar-at-law with I.C.S. in British India. In that turbulent time at 24 only Gurusaday joined the post of S.D.O. in Arah district of Bihar. He got married with Sarojnalini, the fourth daughter of Brajendranath Dey, I.C.S. on the 23rd September, 1906. In 1909 their only son Birendrasaday Dutt was born. The nationalist movement against partition of Bengal and the support of his wife Sarojnalini had a great influence in the life of Gurusaday. The expert hunter Gurusaday left fire-arms and devoted himself to the vow of patriotism. Read More