Today, the Bajaj Group is one of India's most esteemed business houses, operating across diverse industries such as automobiles, financial services, insurance, steel, consumer appliances, fast-moving electrical goods, engineering, procurement and construction, travel and tourism, and material handling.
The Bajaj Group remains committed to its core values of ethical business practices and social development, despite experiencing remarkable growth and success in its various businesses. It has evolved beyond being just a corporate entity and has become a catalyst for social empowerment. In addition to its business priorities, the Group actively engages in community development, healthcare initiatives, education promotion, and support for art, heritage, and sports. Moreover, the Bajaj Group endeavours to restore and maintain ecological balance, recognising the importance of environmental sustainability.
Automobile (2 wheelers & 3 wheelers)
EPC – Power Transmission & Distribution
Iron and Stee
NBFC /Financial Services
(1889 – 1942)
More than a hundred years ago, a visionary philanthropist boldly embarked on a groundbreaking endeavour by employing business as a means to benefit society. Shri. Jamnalal Bajaj, the esteemed founder of the Bajaj Group, earned the endearing title of the ‘Merchant Prince’ from Mahatma Gandhi himself. Renowned for their exceptional quality, his enterprises stood apart due to his firm refusal to adopt unethical cost-cutting measures.
(1915 – 1972)
Following the demise of Shri. Jamnalal in 1942, Shri. Kamalnayan Bajaj assumed the responsibility of overseeing the businesses. He expanded the Bajaj Group into new territories, aligning with the vision of a modern and diverse India. Through the tumultuous partition and postindependence era, he navigated industrial and legal challenges with great skill.
(1923 – 1994)
In 1972, Shri. Ramkrishna Bajaj, the younger son of the Bajaj family, assumed leadership of the Bajaj Group, complementing his brother's astute business skills. He distinguished himself as a leader with a unique approach to business, establishing an improved ethical business environment materialised through the establishment of two influential organisations that he co-founded. These organisations, namely the Council for Fair Business Practices and the Advertising Standards Council of India, continue to hold significant relevance even today.
(1938 – 2022)
Shri. Rahul Bajaj, a Padma Bhushan awardee and former Rajya Sabha member, took over in 1994. Under his guidance, the Bajaj Group flourished across diverse sectors, including automobiles, insurance, investment, and consumer finance. His unwavering determination propelled the Group to become one of India's largest and most respected conglomerates. Furthermore, his strong commitment to societal well-being was evident through effective leadership of the Group's CSR initiatives and the Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation.