Art, Heritage and Sports
The Bajaj Group actively promotes art by providing a platform to promising talent.
The Group has also partnered the resurrection of Mumbai’s oldest museum.
It also supports athletic talent with a view towards representing our nation at the Olympics.
The Kamalnayan Bajaj Hall and Art Gallery set up in Mumbai in 1980; this Hall has hosted corporate meetings, conferences, seminars and NGO discussions. The gallery has showcased many artists, artisans and budding talents as well.
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum is one of the finest in India due to the public private partnership efforts of Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation, the Municipal Corporation and INTACH. This museum has received UNESCO’s highest award for Excellence for Cultural Conservation.
Olympic Gold Quest Programme comprises an impressive board of members with reputed sportspersons including Mr. Niraj Bajaj, four times National Table Tennis Champion and Arjuna Awardee. The aim is to identify, support and mentor Olympic Gold Medal prospects.
Mumbai’s Byculla Railway Station has received UNESCO’s Asia Pacific Cultural Heritage Conservation Award of Merit. The award has been given for the restoration work carried out over the last three years at the station, which is considered India’s oldest living railway station. The restoration work was carried out by an NGO and The Bajaj Group Charitable Trust. Minal and Niraj Bajaj of Bajaj Trust Groups and Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation have not only sponsored the cost of the project but overseen the project from start to finish, continuing to ensure that cleanliness and beauty are maintained.