Where to get best marble and stones in India

Marble is a great natural stone

Marble is a great natural stone that is installed at both interiors and exteriors of a house or a commercial space. It is one of the best choices to be installed as a flooring material, kitchen countertop, and backsplash and also as an exterior material. Not only does it adds value to a home but it also lasts for years when maintained properly. Its natural properties, veins, and bands spread in a slab make it look beautiful, thereby enhancing the surroundings. Due to its natural colors and polish, it brightens a room even in less room light. This natural stone has been the choice of Architects and Interior designers for years. In this article, you will read about different kinds of natural marble, their varieties, and the places where they are mined and produced in India.

Madhya Pradesh, India : Off-White Marble with Fine Grains

Well, the first and most renowned place to get this beautiful natural stone is Jabalpur where the marble rocks are located alongside the Narmada river in Bhedaghat of Jabalpur District, Madhya Pradesh. There is a stretch of 8 km of marble rocks and this destination is also a very popular Indian Tourist destination. The marble from this area is Off-white with fine grains and banded attributes.

Rajasthan, India: Off White- Greyish Tones With Medium Grains

Another great destination where you can get natural marble in India is Makrana in Rajasthan and Kishangarh in Rajasthan as well. The Taj Mahal was built from Makrana marble. These two cities are known as Asia’s biggest marble market. The varieties of marble famous in this area are Alberta, Adanga, Dongri Pink. From the Rajsamand area, the marble is mined in off-white and greyish white tones. The variety of internationally acclaimed green marble is mined in the Rikhabdeo-Kesariaji area which is located 60kms away from Udaipur. The marble mined in Bhilwara is white and off-white with medium grains, having black and white bands. Banswara also has white and off-white marble which is dolomitic and soft which is used for cladding. The marble available in Bhainslana is dark and black.

Gujarat, India: Green, Pink, White, and Cream Color Marble

Gujarat also mines marble in Banaskantha, Bharuch, Vadodara, Kachchh, and Panchmahal districts. Banaskantha and Chinchpura districts of Vadodara are the main centers for producing marble. Vadodara produces marble in green, white, pink, and cream color while marble from Bharuch varies from black to green and red in color. Kachchh area produces yellow marble which is often thin-bedded.

Telangana, India: White, Green, Pink, Purple, and Yellow Marble

Telangana’s Khammam area produces white and green marble. Cuddapah, Kurnool, and Anantapur districts mine marble in colors like pink, purple and yellow.

Haryana, India: Patiala Marble with Black and White Bands

In Haryana, it is best to get a marble from Mahendragarh, Antri-Beharipur, Zainpur, Chappra-bibipur, Nangaldurgu, Islampur, and Dhanota-Dhancholi. In all these areas, Patiala Marble is mostly available with Black and White bands.

Maharashtra, India: Pink and Grey Marble of Calcitic and Dolomitic Type

In Maharashtra, marble is produced in Katta-Hiwara, Kadbikhera, Sakaritola, Pauni, Chorbaoli, Deolapar, Mansar, Kandri, Chargaon, Junewani villages of Nagpur district. These are calcitic and dolomitic types of marble. Katta-hiwara produces light pink and grey marble.

Uttarakhand, India: White Marble or Limestone

The Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand produces thick impersistent bands of white marble that occur massively in limestone.

Uttar Pradesh, India: Hingha and Geria Marble

Hingha and Geria deposit good quality marbles in the Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh.

Jharkhand, India: Pink Marble

Jharkhand produces huge deposits of marble in Semra-Salatua. Hesadih area of Singhbhum District of Jharkhand produces pink marble.



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