Tata’s No-Dogs Inspiration Miner
At the crumbling old British-exclusive Watson’s Hotel, where Jamshedji Tata, the Parsee Indian industrialist, once saw a sign saying “No Dogs or Indians Allowed”, a banyan tree is doing its part to destroy this legacy building. His hotel, built on the waterfront, is now the world famous Taj, symbol of Indian pride and independence
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