Legendary Indian industrialist Ratan Tata, the former chairman of Tata Sons uses social media to make posts that inspire others, especially the youth. His posts on social media are less in quantity but more in quality. He puts a positive spin in his posts.
In his recent post in which, Ratan Tata can be seen playing the piano. Saying that he tried his hand in piano during his younger days, Ratan Tata said, he found a teacher to learn piano after his retirement, but he couldn't as he doesnâ€™t spend time on it.
â€œI learnt a little bit of the piano as a young boy. I am still enamoured by the thought of learning to play well. After my retirement, I found a great piano teacher but was unable to give the attention that was needed to play with both hands. I hope to try once again in the near future.â€ Ratan Tataâ€™s post said.
Ratan Tata shared the same on his Instagram account as well. Calling Ratan Tata, an all-rounder, the netizens have called the industrialist an epitome of positiveness who motivates others to take up their dreams irrespective of their age.
The posts attracted thousands of comments and lakhs of likes. The majority of the comments showered praises on Ratan Tata for keeping up the humanitarian work being done by the company. Notably, Tata groups founded by Jamshedji Tata has been following the tradition of spending the majority of profits on humanitarian works.
Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, the founder of Tata Groups was declared the biggest philanthropist in the world with a donation worth $102.4 billion. The donations made in the last 100 years were taken into consideration while declaring the top philanthropists in the world.
Tata Motors had ventured into the automobile sector in the â€™90s. As a first product, Tata Groups started Tata Indica, a 5 seater Hatchback vehicle. Still, it holds a good share in the 5 seater market. To teach a lesson for humiliating Tata Motors, Ratan Tata took over Jaguar and Land Rover brands of leading international automobile maker Ford. The Tata vs Ford episode is taught in major business schools on how to come out of failure.