Mumbai | Tatas | Bombay House | Mug
Enjoy your cuppa with Mumbai | Tatas | Bombay House | Mug. Coffee Mug - a printed ceramic mug with the illustration of Tata Group's global headquarters in Mumbai, the historic Bombay House. A must-have mug for those who love everything about Mumbai.
- Dishwasher Safe | Microwave And Oven Safe | Freezer Safe | Non Toxic | Bpa Free | Environment Friendly | Reusable And Odorless
- Package Content: 1 Printed Ceramic Coffee Mug (200 Ml Capacity) | Wash Care - Do Not Use Steel Scrubber on Printed Area
- Perfect gift for a true Mumbaikar.
- Perfect as a traveler's gift for the one who is fascinated by Mumbai city.
Bombay House is a historic privately owned building in Fort, Mumbai, India that serves as the head office of the Tata Group.Situated near Flora Fountain, it was completed in 1924 and has been the Tata Group’s headquarters ever since. The building is a four-story colonial structure built with Malad stone and was designed by Scottish architect George Wittet, who was also the architect of the Gateway of India, the Prince of Wales Museum (now called Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya) and other iconic buildings of Mumbai. The building houses the office of chairman and all top directors of Tata Sons, the holding company. Core companies of the group-Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Tata Chemicals, Tata Power, Tata Industries and Trent-operate out of Bombay House. The overhaul of the Bombay House office was led by architect and urban conservationist Brinda Somaya, of Somaya and Kalappa Consultants. In March 2014, it became the first heritage structure in the country to get a gold rating as a green, environmentally friendly building, awarded by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), the Indian chapter of the US Green Building Council.
Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra, lies on the Konkan coast on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbor. A rich history starting with the British amalgamation of 7 islands to form the city created this thriving metropolis. Second largest city in India and the 7th largest in the world, it is known for many of its sights and its natural port, the busiest in India. As an art center, Mumbai hosts the Bollywood industry as well as the Marathi cinema industry.