Tata Central Archives was the first business archive in India to be awarded the prestigious Platinum Rating under the Indian Green Building Council’s (IGBC) Green Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance Rating System in 2016. TCA has been recertified with IGBC’s Platinum rating with 90 points in 2022.
This beautiful marble bust relocated from the Ahmedabad Advance Mills stands in the Tata Central Archives Foyer
A view of the Exhibition Gallery with panels on different Tata Properties on display
Tools and machinery from J.R.D. Tata's home workshop from his bungalow 'Cairn' in Mumbai displayed at the Archives
J.R.D. Tata's Office moved from Bombay House to the Tata Central Archives
Our facilities include 24-hour climate controlled repositories; biometrics, surveillance, gas based fire suppression and water leak detection systems; solar panels, etc
Letter written by Dadabhai Naoroji to Jamsetji Tata in 1903, in which he refers to the "drain theory"
J.R.D. Tata's message on the Independence of India – A Special Number of the in-house Magazine "Tata Monthly Bulletin", Vol. II No. 8, August 15, 1947
Jamsetji Tata, Founder; facing him Dorabji Tata, his elder son; seated between them, R.D. Tata, father of J.R.D. Tata; and standing Ratan Tata, younger son of the Founder
The Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award, presented to J.R.D. Tata occupies pride of place at the Tata Central Archives at Pune
These beautiful chairs belonging to Sir Ratan Tata and Lady Navajbai Tata were relocated from Sir Ratan Tata's manor the Homestead, Matheran
An oil painting of Sir Dorabji Tata, by M.F. Pithawalla in 1926