|Born||1944 (age 74–75)|
|Known for||Owner of British Cricket Balls Ltd|
Jajodia's family are from the Marwar region of Rajasthan in north-west India. He studied at the Bishop Cotton Boys' School in Bangalore, India, and has a degree in management. In 1962, Jajodia moved with his family to England. He played club cricket in India and England as an all-rounder. Jadojia says that he "lost his edge" after suffering a mouth injury fielding at silly point. Jajodia lives in north-east London, and runs the Woodford Wells Cricket Club.
In England, Jajodia worked as a Chartered Insurance Practitioner and a pension fund manager. Jajodia started working in cricket ball manufacturing in 1983. In 1987, Jajodia bought British Cricket Balls Ltd, the company that manufactures the Dukes cricket ball, from Gray-Nicolls. Jajodia moved the manufacturing of Dukes cricket balls from Tunbridge Wells to Walthamstow. Jajodia specifically chooses by hand the cricket balls to send to cricket venues for matches.
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