PRIMARY FIRM – BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SINCE 1631
Our primary Firm BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP has proudly served over 387 years in the industry of Civil Construction. During this glorious quarter of a century we have successfully completed several government as well as private projects including townships, hospitals, residential complexes & factories etc.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP under the chairmanship of Mr. D.C.Bhandari has been catering its best to the Construction Industry over the last 387 years. It is one of the largest and the fastest growing Construction Companies in north India.
The group comprises of companies that are engaged in Civil Construction, Interior & Furnishing & Mining Projects. We take pride in the fact that our quality of work has been applauded throughout by departmental heads, dignitaries and users.
Our mission drives us to complete the projects before stipulated time and has made us one of the rare construction companies that has been awarded time and again due to this quality.
WE BELIEVE IN
We believe that when we are entrusted with a project it should be our endeavour to go beyond the expectations of the client and make it genesis of a long lasting relationship.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S PRODUCTS
• INDIAN MARBLE|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• ITALIAN MARBLE|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• IMPORTED GRANITE|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• NATURAL STONE|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• ELEVATION STONE TILES|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• STONE MOZIC|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• MARBLE HANDICRAFT|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• MARBLE MANDIR|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
• MARBLE PILLER|BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP
Marble is a metamorphic rock composed of re-crystallized, carbonate minerals most commonly calcite or dolomite. Marble is typically not foliated, although there are exceptions. In geology the term “marble” refers to metamorphosed limestone. Marble is commonly used for sculpture and as a building material. Marble was used for building tombs, temples and palaces. For a time it was considered as Royal Stone. It is, however, now used in hotels and homes too. There are many varieties.
Indian marble comes from lots of North India quarries in Rajasthan and Gujarat. With immaculate quality and premium look, India caters to the high demand for marble in the world market. India is also involved in the processing and production of marble as per global standards. Indian Marble is known for its beautiful textures, strength and durability. We offer these beautiful Indian marble in quality and natural shine.
Makrana: 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 a variety of this area, with numerous other varieties and patterns, primarily in white base. The marble is dolomitic and often has quartz intrusions.
Katni : It is famous for its beige coloured marble which is dolomitic but highly crystalline, with very fine grain size and some quartz intrusions. The marble accepts polish. Another variety of the same range is red/maroon-coloured marble.
Indian Green Marble: It is found in Rajasthan India, Indian Green Marble’s most quarries is situated in Kesariyaji it is 60 km far from Udaipur Rajasthan India. This Indian green marble is known by name in all over the world. In Europe people know Indian green marble as a Verde Guatemala. Many varieties are available in Indian green marble. Indian Green Marble is exported to Africa, Europe, Australia, Middle East and many Asian countries. It is found in Rishabhdeo town of Udaipur District state Rajasthan of India.
AmbaJi White Marble: It can be compared with Makarana Marble. It is highly calcic and is produced in a town called Ambaji famous for its temple of Durga Devi. The marble has a very soft and waxy look, and is often used by sculptors.
Andhi Marble: Located near the capital city of the state of Jaipur also known as the ‘Pink City it is dolomitic marble with intrusions of tremolite, and is commonly known by the name of pista pistachio marble, because of the green coloured 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.
Yellow Marble: Jaisalmer stone is found in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. Though 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.
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 dolomitic.
Bidasar: These are ultra basic rocks in shades of brown and green colour found in Rajasthan. 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.
Italian Marble available in full range with Bhandari Marble Group. We are leading Importer of Italian marble blocks from Italy. We Import Blocks and process at our state of the art plant in Udaipur. Italian marble are popular worldwide due to its strength, beauty and a wide range of applications where it can be used. We have been supplying our marble to Delhi, Punjab, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bihar, Gujarat, Bangalore , Raipur, Ranchi, Indore and different locations India wide to different types of projects, malls, houses etc.
1-Statuario Italian Marble
This White Italian marble milky white colored marble from Italy and mainly used to make exclusive marble flooring, elevation and decoration. Statuario marble is one of the most expensive types of Italian Marble supply by Bhandari marble group Kishangarh, Rajasthan India.
2- Royal Diana Marble
Dyna marble is heavy cross and straight veins. Dyna marble is available in beige colour and prity looks. The most commonly using types of Italian Marble In south India supply by Bhandari marble group, Kishangarh, Rajasthan,India.
3- Travertine Marble
Travertine Italian Marble is highly found in the Italy Turkey and Iran etc. Trevertino Italian marble state veins and is available in many shades mainly using in Elevation and flooring.
4- Grey Williams Marble
Now these days Grey colored Marbles are in the trend in India. popular in the flooring are available in quite reasonable prices at Bhandari marble group. Now grey colours stones popular Marble stone Italian Marble, italian marble flooring, kitchen design ideas.
5- Bottocino Marble
Bottocino Classico Marble , welcome to buy Botticino Classico Marble from Italy stone supply directly from Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.
Imported marbles are the best and premium quality marbles that are considered to be the perfect choices for the flooring of your house and office and to add more shine and elegance to your floor. Italian marbles come in different sizes and varied thickness. This graciously polished marbles have classic textures and are available in the market at slightly higher prices than the normal ones.
Granite is a natural stone that is famous for its beauty and strength. With more than 120 colours, India is known to produce the hardest and strongest granite. In India, granite is categorised as North Indian Granite and South Indian Granite. There are several granite quarries located in different parts of India and thus they have distinct colours too. The offered granite is ideally available in tiles and slabs for kitchen countertops, wall cladding, flooring and table tops.
India has varieties of granite in over 500 shades. As of 2019 Granite reserves in India was 45,426 million cubic metres and ranked fifth in export of processed product. Resources are found in Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh.
Sandstone reserves in India are found over the states of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Karnataka, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Over 93% of the deposits of sandstone are in Rajasthan, spread over the districts of Bharatpur, Dholpur, Kota, Jodhpur, Sawai-Madhopur, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Bikaner, Jhalawar, Pali, Shivpuri, Khatu and Jaisalmer.
India is among the leading countries when it comes to mining and export of sandstone. The best part with Sandstone from India is that it is available in different colors and considered best for interior as well as exterior use. Few most popular sandstone products from India include names like Tint Mint, White Mint, Mint Fossils, Modak, Agra Red, Rainbow Sandstone, Raj Green, Teak, Buff Brown, Dhoplur Chocolate, Beige, Dholpur Pink, Lalitpur Pink, Mandana Red, Jodhpur pink, Jodhpur red, Jaisalmer yellow etc.
These sandstone are available in a number of finishes and come with great strength. However, Sandstone like Rainbow is only available in layered form and so is not suitable when good thickness is required and Jodhpur sandstone is best when used in front elevation and high comprehensive strength. To illustrate it clearly, you can’t have cobbles out of Rainbow sandstone in particular as it is usually available in the slabs form.
Slate reserves in India are found in Rajasthan, Behror, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. Deposits in Rajasthan are spread over the districts of Alwar, Ajmer, Bharatpur, Tonk, Sawai Madhopur, Pali, Udaipur, Churu, and Chittorgarh.
Few important names in slate are Jak Black, Silver Shine, Silver grey, Panther, Deoli Green, Peacock, Peacock Multi, Kund Black, Kund Multi and so on. Being to some extent fragile in nature, it is good for interior use only and can be used in even as washboards.
Kotastone of Kota district and Yellow Limestone of Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan are the prime limestone occurrences in India. Other deposits include the Shahabad Stone of Gulbarga and the Belgaum districts of Karnataka, Kadappa Stone of Kadapa, Kurnool and the Anantapur & Guntur districts of Andhra Pradesh, Milliolitic Limestone from Saurashtra Region, Gujarat, and ‘Yellow Limestone’ of Kutch district of Gujarat, amongst others.
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana put together possess 28% of the country’s total reserves of limestone. world renowned Narzi limestone is available in kadapa district. Commercial grade limestone deposits are being exploiting from Bethamcherla, Macherla, Neereducherla, Tandur, shahabad, Mudimanikyam of Kurnool, Guntur, Anantapur, Rangareddy, and Nalgonda districts are widely used in our country for panelling, and flooring purposes. Sullavai limestone of Karminagar and Warangal districts, massive limestones of Mudimanikyam, Nalgonda districts. Total India’s limestones are estimated about 93,623 million tonnes. Limestones are extensively utilised for manufacturing of cement and also building stones, particularly flooring and roofing .
Other dimensional stones
There are some other dimensional stones being quarried and used in consumption, in addition to the dimensional stones already detailed above. Laterite bricks are quarried in huge quantities and are utilised as bricks in the construction of houses and for pavements in the states of Orissa, Karnataka, Goa, and in other parts of coastal states. The felspathic sandstone occurring with the coal seams as overburden is also used as building stone. The huge deposits of basalt in the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Gujarat are used as building stones since ancient times. Other quartzitic bands, occurring with phyllites and schists, are also utilised for building purposes. Khondelites from Eastern coast are being used widely in sculptures and as a building material. Felsite from Karnataka is being extensively used as a dimensional stone as well.India also contains many stones which are semiprecious like-zoisite, apophyllite, cavansite, muscotive mica, almandine, etc.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
WELCOME TO BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP INDIA
At BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP our goal is your total satisfaction with our products and services. From classic to contemporary, our exacting quality standards and rich selection of colors, textures and finishes help bring your distinctive designs to life with the natural beauty, durability and elegance only natural stones can provide. Natural stone as the name suggests is a gift of mother nature to the mankind . It is a natural creation of the nature which takes millions of years to create natural stone. There are many factors that affect the ultimate graining and coloration of natural stone
DOOR- STEP DELIVERY
If you are looking to install natural stone in your new home, Contact us at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP and we would make your task easy and hassle-free. We also offer door step delivery where it is ensured that the best quality products reach you.
DESIGNERS AND ARCHITECTS ARE WELCOME
We personally invite designers and architects to find exclusive quality of stone for all types of projects.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP has been a reliable partner for all your MARBLE GRANITE AND NATURAL STONE requirements since the year 1631. Decades of experience in the marble industry has made us what we are and we remain grateful to you for contributing to our success.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP has exclusive relationships with some of world’s most renowned Architects, Interior designers, Builders, Developers from all around the globe.
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PRIMARY FIRM – BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SINCE 1631