Indian Marble & Indian Granite

Indian Marble & Indian Granite

India has long been the seat of glorious architecture and refined lifestyle. The days of the royals may have been overtaken by the democratic ways of governance but the lifestyle choices of many remain as regal as those good old days. The grandiosity of Indian architecture, its characteristic yet sometimes extravagant opulence in the form of embedded gold, mirrors and precious jewels and gemstones in wall paintings of the palaces, as in the Amber Palace at Amer, in the state of Rajasthan, have an indelible influence over the world unanimously.


It is one of the most popular marble forms of India. There is brown and white pattern is observed in this stone. It is a very hard marble; in fact, its hardness is comparable to granite. This is found in the Jaipur region of the state Rajasthan, It is beautiful looks and granite-like attributes make it an ideal choice for flooring. It is more expensive than other types of marble found in India.


There is light green spider veins likes’ pattern that can be seen on the green background of the stone.  Its main color is dark green. A soft material requires very careful processing and quality control.


A common type of green marble. It is color in medium green, it is found in the Udaipur also known as Udaipur Green Marble. This granite is very popular in Gulf countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and so on.  It is a very cost-effective marble.


This marble is found in the Jaipur region of the state of Rajasthan, its main background is green having brown color branches and veins patterns spreading throughout the surface. These brown veins like tree giving the stone appearance of a forest.


This marble is also found in the Jaipur region of the state of Rajasthan. Its main background color is light-medium brown containing dark brown and small white veins spreading throughout the stone surface.


A common type of white marble found in the Rajsamand region of the state of Rajasthan. A light grey cross waves-like pattern is found on the white surface of the stone. Sometimes grey color vein-like region can be seen on the stone.


White marble from North India. It is color in bright white and brown-grey wavy pattern is seen on the surface of the stone. A high level of variation is observed in this stone.


It’s also known as Nizarna. A kind of white marble having thin and thick lines on the surface of the stone. These black lines are generally found in the middle of the stone and can vary in thickness. It is because of black regions and lines it is named Panda White.


A yellow marble is found in the Jaisalmer region of the state Rajasthan. It is color is dark yellow and there is no pattern is visible on the surface of the stone.



Tiger Granite is famous due to its look that looks like really Tiger skin. Tiger granite is one of the hot-selling granites from India.  Tiger granite is North Indian granite. The quarries of Tiger granite are located in the Jalore district of Rajasthan. This granite is mainly used for flooring, countertops, and wall tiles. The texture of this granite is like a Tiger’s skin and hence it has got the name from the Tiger. This granite has a brown/orange/red background with black waves in the pattern.


R Black Granite is a kind of black granite quarried in Rajasthan from the hills of Aravali. The R Black granite is recommended and considered a good option for countertops and flooring. When place in the right direction, these granites make beautiful patterns. The R Black granite is also known for its shine and color.


It’s black granite with fish-like white dots in the background. It is native to Rajasthan, India. Fish Black Granite is good for counter/vanity tops, flooring, cladding, marble handicrafts, swimming pool areas, bathroom walls and floors, fireplace walls, external and internal aids in construction. Fish black granite can be processed into polished, sawn cut, sanded, rock-faced, sandblasted, tumbled, and so on.

So, far we have discussed most of the notable marbles found in India. You can see most of them are located in the state of Rajasthan. As marble is not as hard as granite it’s often used for making statues and sculptures. White marble particularly is suited for this purpose. It’s common to see marble statues in temples, museums, and historical places. Marble can also be paired with Indian granite to give a spectacular look. Another advantage of marble over granite is that its appeal and shine does not fade after a long period of time

Marble can also be Processed as tiles and slabs. We can provide both tiles and slabs of Indian Marble for big construction projects.

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