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Indic Inspirations Introduces India’s first commercial flight DIY Kit as a tribute to JRD Tata

An ode to JRD Tata & his first flight that created Air India, Indic Inspirations gifted the first DIY kit to Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, Mr. Ratan Tata, on JRD Tata’s 118th birth anniversary

As an ode to celebrate the 118th birth anniversary of JRD Tata, Indic Inspirations, Pune’s first Art & Cultural start-up, has introduced the First Flight DIY Kit. Reliving the historical journey of Tata Airways First Flight from Karachi to Bombay, this product is a tribute to JRD Tata & his first flight that created Air India. They have also gifted the first of the kits to Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, Mr. Ratan Tata, on this occasion.

Working on narrating stories of Institutions of Eminence in India through objects that help re-live historic and inspiring events, Indic Inspirations has built this eco-friendly DIY Kit with a mix of artisanship and pure engineering. This eco-friendly DIY Kit is made of Birchwood ply by the artisans in Mysuru and is built by proud and young designers who saw the scale model project as a way to express their admiration for JRD Tata’s work with all the details of the aircraft of this flight from Karachi to Bombay is a collector’s item. This model aims to inspire about planes, aviation, India’s history, and the legacy of JRD Tata that can be proudly displayed in your house or office.

“It’s our honor to recreate this piece of history, JRD Tata’s historic First Flight for Tata Airlines, and help India’s citizens relive this inspiring event. This eco-friendly DIY kit is made in Birchwood ply by our artisans in Mysuru. Indic Inspirations is working on narrating stories of Institutions of Eminence in India through objects that help re-live historic and inspiring events. It’s our honor and privilege to launch this DIY kit on JRD Tata’s 118th birth anniversary. We are eternally grateful to Ratan Tata Sir for graciously accepting our gift in the form of this DIY Kit.”

Sunil Jalihal, founder and CEO of Indic Inspirations,

India was the pioneer of Civil Aviation in Asia, with Tata Airlines introducing JRD Tata’s first flight on Oct 15th, 1932, from Karachi to Bombay. It created aviation history when JRD Tata flew by airmail from Karachi’s Drigh Road Aerodrome to Bombay’s Juhu Airstrip via Ahmedabad. JRD Tata’s historic flight carrying airmail marked the birth of civil aviation in Asia. This was the first flight of the Aviation Division of Tata Sons Ltd. and was, in one sense, the first flight ever by a truly Indian enterprise.

India’s first commercial flight was flown by JRD Tata, a pioneer aviator and industrial tycoon. The aircraft was a single-engined De Havilland Puss Moth, and it carried 25 kg of 4-anna airmail letters. The De Havilland Puss Moth is a British three-seater high-wing monoplane airplane designed and built by the De Havilland Aircraft Company between 1929 and 1933. It flew at a speed approaching 124 mph, making it one of the highest-performance private aircraft of its era. The Aviation Department of Tata Sons Ltd. became Tata Air Services in 1938 and was renamed Tata Airlines in the same year. Tata Air Lines converted into a public company and was renamed Air India Limited. In 1948, 49% of the airline was acquired by the

The government of India and a new entity Air India International were incorporated as the designated flag carrier. This was taken over by the Government of India and nationalized on August 1, 1953, becoming India’s exclusive airline for overseas services. On June 8, 1962, the airline’s name was officially changed to Air India. And, now Air India is again part of the Tata Group!

About Indic Inspirations:
Indic Inspirations narrates stories of India’s Traditions, Culture, Heritage & Achievements through Indic Objects that are rendered through India’s Arts & Crafts and Artisanal Engineering. The company has created 40+ Collections of objects that present various aspects of Indic Civilization and Modern India.

The company is ISRO’s First Registered Merchandiser and has created 50+ products narrating stories of ISRO’s Mission into Outer Space. Products include scale models, jigsaw puzzles, medallions, space board games, and many more.

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