Raiji opened the batting for Bombay and Baroda in Ranji Trophy, and was a reserve of the Hindu team in the 1941 Bombay Pentangular. At the end of his playing career, he turned to writing and is the author of several works on early Indian cricket. As of 2007, he is the oldest living Mumbai cricketer.  His younger brother Madan was also a Bombay cricketer.
Raiji is an accountant by profession and has authored two books on the subject.
Major works in cricket
- Ranji, the legend and the man (1963)
- India's Hambledon Men (1986)
- CCI and the Brabourne Stadium (with Anandji Dossa) (1987)
- CK Nayudu, The Shahenshah of Indian cricket (1989)
- Duleep, a centenary tribute (2005)
- From Presidency to Pentangular (with Mohandas Menon) (2006)
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