The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel in Mumbai is not just iconic of the city, it is a part of Indian history, and holds a special place in the hearts of Parsis world over.
A lot of us have lived at “The Taj!” at some point of time, and it pained us awefully to see the damage caused by the dastardly act of terrorists recently.
Which is why we are proud of the fact that the Taj reopened on the 21st of December 2008 – symbolic of the courage and indomitable spirit of the nation.
“The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel offers 268 guest rooms, including nine suites and 26 Taj Club Rooms, all in the tower wing.”
All of us Members of the Delhi Parsi Anjuman wish the entire Management and Staff of the Taj Hotels all the very best, and promise that many of us will be staying with you in the near future!
Read more about the opening, here at the Taj Hotels website, and here via MSN News.
This dastardly act of terrorists have certainly left a scar in the Taj hotel, which is iconic to the city of Bombay and special to all the Parsis world over. Very sad ! But its great that it was back in business within no time. I agree that shows that courage and spirit of Indians.