Tatas gave 'Nano' to the people who needed a cheaper mode of transport as against costly four wheelers. What was once considered unbelievable was tangibly there in shape and reality when 'Nano' became visible with a glitter to the customers in show rooms. It is Tatas again who are launching a housing project to suit the pocket of economically not so sound persons. The scheme named as Shubh Grah to provide houses cost wise ranging from 3.9 lakh to 6.7 lakh is having its first take off at Bhoisar, a suburb of Mumbai, with a plan to expand the project to different other cities in the country in time to follow. The plan provides three categories of houses size wise stipulated as 283, 360, 465 sq.ft. This is supposed to be a great revolution in housing as the houses/ flats currently available in this size are much costlier which general public, particularly economically weaker sections, just can't afford and for them the low cost housing accommodation so being provided is surely a boon. Business apart, the entire scheme appears to be benevolently worked out to suit a common man and that manifests the quality of Ratan Tata.