Jehangir Ratanji Tata was born on 29 July 1904 from Tata family.
Ratanji Tata was a French-born Indian aviator, entrepreneur, chairman of Tata Group and the shareholder of Tata Sons.
Ratanji Tata had both citizens of India and French.
Ratanji was born in Tata family. His father name was Ratanji Dadabbhoy Tata and his mother Suzanne Briere. His mother was the first women to drive Car in 1929.
Ratanji became the first licensed pilot in India.
Ratanji Tata known for founding seven Industries under the Tata Group including Tata consultancy service, Tata Motors, Titan Industries, Tata salt, voltas, and Air India.
Ratanji was honoured by Legion of Honour.
In 1955 and 1992 Ratanji received two of Indias highest Civilian awards The Padma Vibhushan and Bharat Ratan.
Ratanji directed Tata Group of Companies with a major interest in Steel, Engineering, power, chemicals, and hospitality.
Ratanji reason for succeeding in business was his high ethical standards as he always stands against black marketing and that’s the reason for being an ideal industrialist.
Ratanji died on 29 Nov 1993(aged 89) in Geneva,Switzerland.