Steel City Is Ready For A Grand Birthday Bash – Jamshedpur Is Decked Out To Commemorate Its 184th Founders Day

Stories from Society By Archana Bhakta | 2 min read

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The Steel City, Jamshedpur, is glistening on the eve of the 184th Founder’s Day, which will be observed on March 3, 2023, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, the man who founded the Tata Group.

On the eve of this occasion, the entire steel city is decorated and illuminated with glittery looks and adorned with speckles of lights, making Jamshedpur appear festive. To commemorate the 184th anniversary, many significant landmarks and heritage buildings are illuminated with lights.

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The celebrations’ prominent use of bright lights will serve as a welcome reminder to locals and tourists of the steel city’s beauty. This year’s main draw will be the opening of the COVID Warrior Park and the Jamshedpur Nature Trail, among other projects.

There will be many performances, a speech of gratitude, and a series of shows to show appreciation. Many people are excited to be a part of it, as the ceremony will continue in full force after the COVID break.

Jamshed Ji Tata: The Man Behind Steel City

Jamshedpur, also known as Tatanagar or Steel City, is the largest city in Jharkhand. The city is named after Sir Jamshedji Tata, who is credited with founding it in the early twentieth century in Jharkhand’s East Singhbhum district on the Chotanagpur plateau.

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Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata (March 3, 1839–May 19, 1904) was a pioneering Indian industrialist who founded the Tata Group, India’s largest conglomerate. Several polls and ranking lists named him the greatest philanthropist of the twentieth century.

He is regarded as a legendary industrialist and is reclaimed as the “father of Indian Industry.”

TATA Steel, works all year to ensure the steady development of Jamshedpur, the steel city, which continues to grow.

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It would be the first time since the pandemic that the steel city would be decorated with such pride and host so many guests and cultural programmes to commemorate the event.

It is a day to rejoice for TATA and the people of Jamshedpur, the steel city. As the industrial area’s landmark, it has regained a sense of core and unkept ethics and humility to this day.

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Why is Jamshedpur Decorated On 3rd March?

Every year, Tata Steel and the other companies in the Tata group commemorate the founding father’s birthday and his idea of an industrial future with social welfare at its core.

This day is celebrated to show how profession meets passion, ambition meets compassion, and work and play intersect in real life. It aims to demonstrate how the business maintains a workplace where employees cooperate to create a better tomorrow for themselves and the rest of the world.

Founder’s Day was first celebrated on March 3, 1932, by Tata Steel. The idea to observe and celebrate a yearly event to remember J.N. Tata’s birthday was first conceived by D.N. Madan, Chief Accountant of Tata Iron and Steel Company.

He had the chance to honour the memory of the genius whose works, the towns, and the surroundings of Jamshedpur bear enduring testimony to his faith, adjustment, energy, and perseverance on Founder’s Day.
It will be the 184th Founders Day on March 3, 2023, a joyous and exquisite day for all of Jamshedpur and the steel city.

This year’s 2023 theme is “Greennovation: Make Tomorrow Green.”

With pride and sparkling lights, it will be a grand celebration to pay respect to its funder and the man who made Jamshedpur the “Steel City” of India.

What makes Jamshedpur so unique?

Jamshedpur is home to manufacturing behemoths as Tata Steel, Tata Mo Steel, and Tor. Jamshedpur is one of India’s “industrial cities,” and locals refer to it as the ‘steel city’.

To give the event a more familiar appearance, 40 landmarks across the steel city, ranging from heritage monuments to places of worship, dozens of roundabouts, and many more, will be exquisitely lit with sheers.

To know more about steel city and the celebration of TATA, you can check Twitter for more updates

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