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Construction marble is a stone which is composed of calcite, dolomite or serpentine which is capable of taking a polish. More generally in construction, specifically the dimension stone trade, the term "marble" is used for any crystalline calcite rock (and some non-calcite rocks) useful as building stone.

Since Rajasthan is having the largest reserves of Marble stone in India, followings are the varieties of Marbles:
Makrana Marble: Makrana is the source of the marble used in the Taj Mahal. It is situated at a distance of 60 km from Kishangarh and falls in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan. The region has various mining ranges, mainly Doongri, Devi, Ulodi, Saabwali, Gulabi, Kumari, Neharkhan, Matabhar, Matabhar kumari, Chuck doongri, Chosira and Pahar Kua amongst others.

Rajnagar Marble: World's largest marble-producing area, with over 2,000 gang saw units located in the nearby town of Udaipur to process the material produced. Agaria is the best variety of this area, with numerous other varieties and patterns, primarily in white base. The marble is dolomite and often has quartz intrusions.

Andhi Marble: Located near the capital city of the state of Jaipur (also known as the 'Pink City'), it is dolomite marble with intrusions of tremolite, and is commonly known by the name of pista (pistachio) marble, because of the green colored tremolite against an off-white background. One of the famous varieties of this area was known as Indo-Italian, owing to its resemblance with Satvario Marble. Most of the mining of this famous field is now banned by the Supreme Court of India because of the vicinity of the area to the Sariska Tiger Reserve.

Salumber Marble: Also known as Onyx Marble, it has thick bands of green and pink hint. A resemblance to Onyx Marble from Pakistan gives it this name. This is also highly dolomite.
Yellow Marble: Though it has not been metamorphosed and hence is still a limestone, it is known as Yellow Marble in trade circles. It is mined in the Jaisalmer District.

Bidasar Marble: These are ultra basic rocks in shades of brown and green color. The criss-cross linear pattern given it a remarkable resemblance to a photograph of dense forest. These are also known as forest green/brown or fancy green/brown.

Morwad: Kishangarh Marble

We at Bagayat Enterprises supply following Indian Marbles in form of Slabs & Tiles:
Flowery Gold Marble | Forest Green Marble | Ita Gold Marble | Jaiselmer Yellow Marble | Rain Forest Brown Marble | Rain Forest Green Marble | Rain Forest Gold Marble | Indian Green Marble | Lady Pink Onyx | Lady Green Onyx | Marine Black Marble

 
Product Size Specifications
Marble Blocks: Marble Slabs: Marble Tiles: Finishes: Applications:
300x165x120cms
270x150x120cms
240x150x120cms
240x120x120cms
200x100x120cms
240x120x2 or 3 cms or above
200x100xx2 or 3 cms or above
61x30.5x1 cm
30.5x30.5x1cm
60x60x2 cm
60x40x2 cm
60x30x2 cm
40x40x2 cm
30x30x2 cm 
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Brushed
Flamed
Flooring, Counter tops, vanities as well as exterior applications
 
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