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Nehal Bajaj, Co-founder, 7 Bazaari

7 Bazaari is led by Nehal Bajaj, a fourth-generation entrepreneur who represents the humble beginnings of this family business that started by selling nuts and dried fruits in the alleys of Delhi. Today, 7 Bazaari sources quality products from around the world and distributes them across India through an extensive network.

Over her seven-year tenure, Nehal Bajaj, the fourth-generation heir of her family’s legacy in the nuts and dry fruits industry, has spearheaded the distribution of Tulsi products across 500 Indian towns and cities. Boldly venturing into direct-to-consumer retail, she has established an omnichannel presence through 7 Bazaari’s offline stores and a robust online platform, with a significant focus on the gifting sector. TheGlitz has more…

7 Bazaari flagship store in New Delhi
7 Bazaari flagship store in New Delhi

Your journey has had many momentous milestones. Could you tell us about the life-changing milestones that have moulded you into what you are today?

Reflecting on my journey, I realise it’s not defined by singular milestones but by daily dedication and perseverance. Each day’s small efforts have contributed to a larger narrative, akin to drops forming an ocean. It’s about consistent commitment, innovative thinking, and refusing to succumb to challenges. This ethos has shaped me into who I am today.

What are the setbacks you have faced? How did you tackle these setbacks or challenges? And what lesson have you learned from it?

As an entrepreneur, challenges are a daily occurrence. While my family business provided a foundation, venturing into 7 Bazaari brought new challenges. Every setback became a learning opportunity, emphasizing the need for adaptability and going beyond expectations. Through extra effort and resilience, I’ve learned that setbacks often pave the way for unforeseen successes.

Nehal Bajaj with family
Nehal Bajaj with family

When you look back, what are the three qualities in you that have helped you become what you are today?

Reflecting on my journey, three qualities stand out: persistence, consistency, and innovative thinking. These traits have been instrumental in navigating the competitive landscape. Persistence fuels resilience, consistency ensures progress, and innovative thinking propels us ahead. It’s about envisioning the future and staying ahead of the curve.

Who are the people who have been the wind behind your wings?

Behind every success story are unwavering supporters. For me, it’s my parents and brother who have been the wind beneath my wings. Their steadfast belief in my abilities has been my driving force. Without their support, I wouldn’t have achieved what I have today. Their belief in me has fueled my own self-belief, marking just the beginning of our journey together.

Lastly, if there was a quote to define you, what would it be?

“If there’s one mantra that defines me, it’s ‘Never give up, think outside the box, and pay attention to the details.‘ Because in those details lie the miracles and magic of success.” This quote encapsulates my approach to life and business—a relentless pursuit of excellence, fueled by innovation and attention to detail.

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