Jamsetji Tata, born in the year 1839 in Navsari, Gujarat, was the founder of the ‘Tata Group’. He devoted his whole life to charity work.
Bangalore. Jamsetji Tata has been the world’s largest philanthropist over the past 100 years, donating a total of $102 billion. Jamsetji Tata has been recognized as the biggest philanthropist in the list prepared by Hurun Report and EdelGive Foundation. Even Bill and Melinda Gates do not come before them.
Jamsetji Tata, born in the year 1839 in Navsari, Gujarat, was the founder of the ‘Tata Group’. He devoted his whole life to charity work. He has donated mainly in the field of education and health. He died in the year 1904.
Hurun Research and EdelGive Foundation today released the 2021 EdelGive Hurun Philanthropists of the Century, a ranking of the world’s most generous individuals from the last 100 years.
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According to a list of 50 philanthropists, Jamsetji Tata has donated about $ 102 billion at the present time. Bill and Melinda Gates donated $74.6 billion, Warren Buffett $37.4 billion, George Soros $34.8 billion and John D Rockefeller $26.8 billion.
According to media reports, Rupert Hoogwerf, president and chief researcher of Hurun Report, said that, “Even though Americans and Europeans have dominated the thinking of philanthropy in the last century, Jamsetji Tata, the founder of the Tata Group of India, is the world’s largest philanthropist. person.”
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