The book “Beyond the Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata” has been authored by whom? [A]R M Lala [B]Gita Subramaniam [C]C. S. Lakshmi [D]Elena . An Exhaustive And Unforgettable Portrait Of India&Amp;Rsquo;S Greatest And Most Respected Industrialist. Written With J.R.D. Tata’S Co-Operation, This. LibraryThing Review. User Review – aniruddhamatay – LibraryThing. A very well compiled book given that it is a story of such a magnanimous personality.

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Mar 06, Madhavi rated it it was amazing.

Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata by R.M. Lala

However, the part relating to JRD’s connection with politicians at the time is a little bit drag. Without doubt the greatest achievement of JRD is wrt the aviation sector and the book without fail devotes a considerable portion of the book on JRD’s hobnobbing with the air-crafts and Air India.

Jan 18, Nitin Sharma rated it it was amazing. Tata Letters and Keynote also seems to be an interesting read to gain insight into the mind of this humble, somewhat media-shy and intense individual. Beyond the last blue mountain: Refresh and try again. Dec 09, Yc Liao rated it it was amazing Shelves: Excellent book to read.

Interesting account of JRD’s life. There is a lot of optimism in the book and a bit of anguish too, as Jeh notes the many ways that he, despite doing everything in his power, failed to improve the situation in India. JRD Tata was the first licensed pilot of India and used to fly earlier planes him self I know that aiming beyone perfection has its drawb I was always fascinated by this gentleman U.r.d.tata.

At many places, the author seem to be siding with the Tata House and many policies of different governments have been A good book about the life and works of a legend.


Tata Air Lines I loved the sheer patriotism shown by the Tata Enterprise and family members. Which is a shortcoming. The book tended to focus too much on the aviation story, but then it would have to as this was probably the place where JRD left his imprint very clearly.

View all 5 comments. A must read for all. This concludes the first section and builds up some excitement about the most important contribution by Jeh to the world — the Indian Civil Aviation industry.

Absolute respect for the man who created TATA. Lala Snippet view – Want to Read saving…. Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: The last section looks at Jeh as a loving patriarch, a model citizen and an inspiring leader of men.

Beyond the last blue mountain: a life of J.R.D. Tata – R. M. Lala – Google Books

The insights into the tata work ethic, values and culture is far reaching. He became my hero. Sir Dorab And Sir Nowroji.

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What a leader he was. Many detailed aspects into his life could have been avoided to keep the narration to a minimum, but at the same time portray the personality of JRD. It looks like there was a time when the Government acted as a bully taking away years of toil with scant compensation, and happy that may be such times have passed A man who has probably done more in a single lifetime than lots of people would do in multiple lifetimes.

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Both the books can get a bit draggy but they are still amazing reads about stellar icons and captains of the industry. Taj Mahal And Cherry Blossoms. A compelling read, divided properly in 4 sections, talking about his early life, childhood, joining the Tata’s and becoming the Chairman of Tata Sons at the early age of 36, his role in setting up the Indian aviation industry, starting from scratch, nurturi An amazing book to get the insights on the famous TATA’s, especially J.


Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata

Many freedom fighters, sportspersons and movie actors must have received recognition in India. Sep 23, Ashraf Abbas rated it really liked it. Every brand you know right now is this man’s creation. Jul 22, Aamil Syed rated it really liked it Shelves: The name Tata is more than just a brand and J. He h.r.d.tata aviation in India, and presided over the development of the country’s steel, cement, truck and vegetable oils industry.

Oct 20, Aruna Nandigama rated it really liked it. Book is written so buetifully narrated. What was surprising for me is the degree of contributions. This book talks about Jeh’s passion, commitment and unwavering dedication towards the principles that he always held close to his heart. A book written with utmost detail. Also sh I read this book along with the other one on Jamsetji Tata.

The leadership and vision are the talents in him. You can’t afford not to read this book if you want to understand the course of India during the x century. Jul 14, Riyaz Shaikh rated it really liked it. D Tata – “If all businessmen in India would acquire half his love for things Indian, there is no reason why all our enterprises should not flourish” Today’s profit mongering socially blind businessmen-politician nexus are really destroying the foundation on which modern India’s path to development is build on Jul 23, Nehal Sonal rated it it was amazing.