Mumbai: A 61-year-old woman donates ancestral property worth 120 crores to Tata Memorial Hospital

 Another 18 people have also donated their land for the expansion of the cancer centre. Significantly, Tata Memorial Hospital is the largest cancer hospital in India.

Woman gave land worth Rs 120 crore to Tata Memorial Hospital (Express Archive Photo)

On the one hand, where people are engaged in acquiring property by any means. In Mumbai, a woman donated her land worth Rs 120 crore to the hospital, located just 400 meters away from Tata Memorial Hospital. A woman named Deepika Mundle has donated her ancestral 30 thousand square feet of land to the hospital.

Let us inform that 18 other people have also donated their land for the expansion of the cancer center. Significantly, Tata Memorial Hospital is the largest cancer hospital in India. About a third of cancer patients in the country are treated at Tata Memorial Hospital. Here 60% of the patients are treated free of cost. Let us tell that this hospital was built in the year 1941. It is located in Parel, Mumbai.

Significantly, the Tata Group has also been known for its simplicity and generosity. Jamsetji Tata, the founder of the Tata Group, is known as the world's biggest donor even after 117 years of his death. He is at the top of the list of Hurun Research EdelGive Foundation. If we calculate according to the present time, then he donated Rs 7.60 lakh crore. There are many stories of his charity. Along with business and business, Jamsetji Tata used to work for the betterment of the people.

In 1896 he wrote a letter to the Governor of Bombay in which he said that now he had earned enough money and now wanted to help the people. He wrote that this agricultural country now needs an industrial base. He donated a third of his earnings to form an institute which was named Indian Institute of Science in 1909.

In 1898, many people lost their lives in Bombay due to the bubonic plague. Jamsetji Tata spent huge capital to study this disease. He helped the Russian doctor. According to the book 'Parsi Prakash', he was getting relief material delivered to the flood-affected areas in Surat. Apart from this, he also helped people with great enthusiasm in the earthquake in Italy in 1883.