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Sajjan Jindal's 60th a family affair at Mahabaleshwar estate

The JSW Group chair spent a couple of days at the ghats of Varanasi with his family.

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Dec 09, 2019, 11.21 AM IST
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Passionate about music, Sajjan Jindal rarely misses a chance to sing at family events.
Passionate about music, Sajjan Jindal rarely misses a chance to sing at family events.
JSW’s Sajjan Jindal marked his 60th birthday at his estate in the hill station.

Family, music and spirituality. These three key aspects of Sajjan Jindal’s life formed the basis of his 60th birthday celebrations on December 5, and the days that led up to it.

According to a source, the JSW Group chair spent a couple of days at the ghats of Varanasi with his family. This was followed by a dinner party in Mumbai. The action then shifted to Mahabaleshwar, a hill station in Maharashtra, on D-Day. The Jindals recently restored an estate there named Babington, which gets its name from a popular vantage point in the mountains.

Passionate about music, Jindal rarely misses a chance to sing at family events. On this occasion, singer Aryan reportedly performed for the select audience in Mahabaleshwar comprising only family and a few friends.

It has been a period of milestones and commemoration for the Jindals. In November, Sajjan’s granddaughter Tara, the daughter of Tanvi Jindal, celebrated her third birthday. The kiddies’ party was held by the pool at Tanvi’s house in Bandra. Sangita Jindal, Sajjan’s wife, recently took 45 students from their school — the Jindal Vidya Mandir — to Italy for about a week. The itinerary included an audience with the Pope. Daughters Tanvi and Tarini accompanied her on the trip.

On Thursday, former Indian skipper and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly tweeted a special birthday greet for Jindal. Ganguly called the JSW MD a fantastic human being and wished him success.

Jindal responded to Ganguly's tweet and revealed that he is happy to see Indian cricket and BCCI in safe hands.



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