Ratan Tata, chairman of the Tata group has a book on the Taj Mahal Hotel Taj, Apollo Bunder, which tells the story of 108 years of the landmark hotel in the country that the worst victims of the attack was launched terrorist base in the city 2008.
The book was launched last night at the 108 anniversary of the Taj Mahal Palace and here also the year of the 110 Home Company Indian Hotels, the brand of which 126 objects from the Taj group of hotels spanning 15 countries achieved.
Opening the long-awaited picture book, conveniently at Rs 5495, Ratan Tata said the entire proceeds from the sale of the book is the Taj Assistance Trust, which began after the terrorist attack in the city go 26.11 and also on the hotel which lost about 160 people their lives.
Written by: The British historian Charles Allen and Sharada Dwivedi city historian, the book captures the rich history and deep in the Taj Mahal Palace from the time of its inception in the 1890s to the present. The authors spent more than two decades researching the story and the steps of the Taj Mahal.
The Taj opened its doors on December 16, 1903. The book traces the vision of the founders of the Tata Nuserwanji Jamshetji, and the way it has played an important role in the restoration of faith and prosperity of the plague in Bombay played an infestation with the construction of an architectural marvel for tourists from all classes and races.
"A hotel is a legend because he was patron, over and over again and because people keep offering emotional connection with their bosses. The Taj is one of these myths is the name synonymous with hospitality.
"It’s a matter of satisfaction that the legend of Indian Hotels, which has the history of the center Taj finally expressed in this book easy to read and entertaining," said the chairman of the Tata in the preface of the book.