Makrana marble

Makrana marble
Makrana marble is the excellent quality White marble mined in Makrana a town in Rajasthan, India. India is a leading Producer and exporter of Makrana White Marble Slabs and Tiles. Check out our price for this marble.
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Makrana White Marble is the best quality marble. Basically a calsite stone, Makrana Marble is durable and becomes more shinier with time and usage. Taj Mahal, Dilwara Temples and many other historical monuments are made of Makrana. It originates and produced in Rajasthan, India.
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Where you can use Makrana Marble
Makrana White Marble is widely used for flooring due to its striking white appearance. It has smooth and shiny finish. It can be also used for the wall cladding. Makrana Marbles are long lasting and highly durable. These marble require no chemical treatment.
• Reasonable Prices
• Durable
• Easy installation and maintenance
• Indian Stone
• Striking White Colour
• No chemical Processing Required
Makrana marble was used in the construction of the Taj Mahal.
Makrana marble is a type of white marble of high quality,popular for use in sculpture and building decor. It is mined in the town of Makrana in Rajasthan, India, and was used in the construction of several iconic monuments such as the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata.
In the Makrana area, marble is found as five steeply-dipping bands.
Makrana is regarded as the oldest place in India with a marble quarry. Upon mining, Makrana marble is not subjected to any form of treatment, but used in cutting and chiseling straight away. Makrana marble is one of the two calcitic marble varieties in India, with all others being dolomitic.
Makrana marble has high percentage of calcium and is therefore resistant to water seepage.
The water absorption of Makrana marble is said to be the lowest among all types in India, and the marble is claimed to contain 98 percent of calcium carbonate and only two percent of impurities. The different shades of Makrana marble are pure white, white with grey shades and white with pink shades, depending on the level of impurities. The close interlocking property of the marble makes it strong, hard and translucent. It is said to retain its shine and white color for a long period of time.
Prominent buildings and monuments that used Makrana marble in their construction are:
• Victoria Memorial in Kolkata
• Taj Mahal, Agra, India
• Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi, UAE
• Moti Masjid, Lahore, Pakistan
• Dukhnivaran Sahib Gurdwara, Ludhiana, India

Victoria Memorial, Kolkata, India Makrana marble was chosen over various other European types in the construction of the Victoria Memorial, after several tests concluded Makrana marble to be superior. Sir Thomas Henry Holland, a British geologist, was given credit for recommending the use of Makrana marble in the construction of Victoria Memorial.
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Use and export
Marble from Makrana is exported overseas mainly to the Persian Gulf countries, the European Union, Southeast Asia, Canada, Pakistan and Russia.In India, it is mainly used for handicraft and sculpture work, apart from construction of buildings. Makrana marble was given the geographical indication status in 2015 by the Geographical Indication Registry, Chennai.
They form part of the Ajmer Formation of the Delhi Supergroup, which is a sequence of sedimentary rocks that was deposited in the Delhi Basin during the Proterozoic. About 1450 million years ago these rocks were affected by the Delhi Orogeny, causing the metamorphism that transformed the original limestones to marble and the folding that caused the steep dip and the current outcrop pattern.

Makrana marble

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