Marble is a metamorphic rock with liem as its main constituent. The Udaipur Green, Makrana White and Bidasar Brown marble are the most popular marbles quarried in India. These marbles are used for interior as well as external applications. Indian marbles are also used for monuments.
The Taj Mahal (one of the eight wonders of the world) built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz is a classic example of marble being used as a monument. This monument was built in the 17th century AD using White Marble quarried in Makrana, Rajasthan. Solid blocks have been used as well as handmade slabs. Makrana white marble is still quarried and is extensively used in India for walls and floors in commercial and residential areas. We trade in blocks of these varieties of Marble as well as other varieties quarried in Rajasthan State. We also have our own facilities for processing polished marble tiles, slabls and monuments located in Rajasthan near Jaipur.
Our artisans producing handicraft items from sandstone also produce hand worked articles from marble as per specifications given by buyers.