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Ratan Tata Personal Life

Rata Tata Personal Life :


Ratan Naval Tata was born on December 28, 1937, in Bombay, and is the present Chairman of Tata Sons and therefore Tata Gr is the India’s largest conglomerate founded by Jamsedji Tata. He is also the chairman of major Tata companies such as Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Chemicals, The Indian Hotels Company and Tata Teleservices.

Mr. Ratan Tata has a metallic blue Maserati and Ferrari California but prefers to drive himself in an old model Mercedes sedan much like JRD who seldom used a chauffeur and drove his own Fiat to and from work. He sometimes likes to fly his private jet himself. He has an outdated Falcon Jet, which is no longer used for commercial aviation.

Is Ratan Tata Married? Who is Ratan Tata’s Wife?

There are many contradictory reports and details available across the net about the Rata Tata’s Wife and Marriage. Some say he was suppose to get married but did not marry; some say Ratan Tata has Wife in US.

But the matter of truth is that Ratan Tata  is not married.

Updated (14th April ’11): In a recent interview to a US-based TV channel, Ratan Tata has revealed that he was “seriously” in love four times and came close to getting married each of those times but never got married. The most serious was one when he was working in US in 1960.

He recounts, “…the only reason we didn’t get married was that I came back to India and she was to follow me and that was the year of the, if you like, the Indo-Chinese conflict and in true American fashion this conflict in the Himalayas, in the snowy, uninhabited part of the Himalayas was seen in the United States as a major war between India and China and so, she didn’t come and finally got married in the US thereafter.”

The interview also has Tata talking about the succession plan in the Tata group of companies once he turns 75 in December 2012 and retires.

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