Granite – Bhandari Marble Group

Granite – Bhandari Marble Group

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Granite is a common type of felsic intrusive igneous rock that is granular and phaneritic in texture. Granites can be predominantly white, pink, or gray in color, depending on their mineralogy. The word “granite” comes from the Latin granum, a grain, in reference to the coarse-grained structure of such a holocrystalline rock. By definition, granite is an igneous rock with at least 20% quartz and up to 65% alkali feldspar by volume.
Granite Countertops |Granite Building Stone | Granite Backsplash | Granite Tile | Granite Paving Stone | Granite Facing Stone | Granite Memorial | Granite Curbing | Granite Slabs
Colors of Granite
Black Granite, White Granite, Green Granite, Blue Granite, Grey Granite, Red Granite, Pink Granite, Brown Granite
Bhandari Marble Group is a renowned organization across the globe in the marble and granite trade. The Company is situated in the heart of the Aravalli range at Kishangarh, the City which has earned the distinction as the most important center in India for quarrying and commercialization of marble. Bhandari Marble Group owns two mechanized quarries of high quality Verde Guatemala marble SRA, Verde Guatemala SRF, Verde Guatemala RB at Bhandari, Rainbow and Teak quarry at Khatu, White Marble quarry in Kelva and Desert Gold Granite , Desert Green Granite, Desert Brown Granite , Desert Fantasy Granite and Black Granite Quarries. The Quarrying is done by latest Chain Saws, Wire saws, Loaders and Derrick Cranes. The factory, spread over an area of 20000 sq.meters, is equipped with the latest new generation state of the art plant and machinery, imported from Simec spa, Italy, for cutting and polishing of marble blocks. Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstones. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 55 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1995. Bhandari has, in the past, won several export promotion awards instituted by the Government of India.
Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstone. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 70 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1969.
Granite as a Building Material
Granite is one of the most popular building materials. It has been used for thousands of years in both interior and exterior applications. Granite dimension stone is used in buildings, bridges, paving, monuments and many other exterior projects. Indoors, polished granite slabs and tiles are used in countertops, tile floors, stair treads and many other design elements. Granite is a prestige material, used in projects to produce impressions of elegance and quality. Some interesting uses of granite are shown below.

What is “Granite”?
The definition of “granite” varies. A geologist might define granite as a coarse-grained, quartz- and feldspar-bearing igneous rock that is made up entirely of crystals. However, in the dimension stone trade, the word “granite” is used for any feldspar-bearing rock with interlocking crystals that are large enough to be seen with the unaided eye. By this classification, rocks such as anorthosite, gneiss, granite, granodiorite, monzonite, syenite, gabbro and others are all sold under the trade name of “granite”.

The term “granitic” means granite-like and is applied to granite and a group of intrusive igneous rocks with similar textures and slight variations in composition and origin. These rocks mainly consist of feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole minerals, which form an interlocking, somewhat equigranular matrix of feldspar and quartz with scattered darker biotite mica and amphibole (often hornblende) peppering the lighter color minerals. Occasionally some individual crystals (phenocrysts) are larger than the groundmass, in which case the texture is known as porphyritic. A granitic rock with a porphyritic texture is known as a granite porphyry. Granitoid is a general, descriptive field term for lighter-colored, coarse-grained igneous rocks. Petrographic examination is required for identification of specific types of granitoids.
Granite differs from granodiorite in that at least 35% of the feldspar in granite is alkali feldspar as opposed to plagioclase; it is the potassium feldspar that gives many granites a distinctive pink color. The extrusive igneous rock equivalent of granite is rhyolite.
Granite is nearly always massive (lacking any internal structures), hard and tough, and therefore it has gained widespread use throughout human history, and more recently as a construction stone. The average density of granite is between.
Mineralogy
Granite is classified according to the QAPF diagram for coarse grained plutonic rocks and is named according to the percentage of quartz, alkali feldspar (orthoclase, sanidine, or microcline) and plagioclase feldspar on the A-Q-P half of the diagram. True granite according to modern petrologic convention contains both plagioclase and alkali feldspars. When a granitoid is devoid or nearly devoid of plagioclase, the rock is referred to as alkali feldspar granite. When a granitoid contains less than 10% orthoclase, it is called tonalite; pyroxene and amphibole are common in tonalite. A granite containing both muscovite and biotite micas is called a binary or two-mica granite. Two-mica granites are typically high in potassium and low in plagioclase, and are usually S-type granites or A-type granites.

Chemical composition
A worldwide average of the chemical composition of granite, by weight percent, based on 2485 analyses.

Occurrence
Outcrops of granite tend to form tors and rounded massifs. Granites sometimes occur in circular depressions surrounded by a range of hills, formed by the metamorphic aureole or hornfels. Granite is usually found in the continental plates of the Earth’s crust.

Granite is currently known to exist only on Earth, where it forms a major part of the continental crust. Granite often occurs as relatively small, less than 100 km² stock masses (stocks) and in batholiths that are often associated with orogenic mountain ranges. Small dikes of granitic composition called aplites are often associated with the margins of granitic intrusions. In some locations, very coarse-grained pegmatite masses occur with granite.
Granite has been intruded into the crust of the Earth during all geologic periods, although much of it is of Precambrian age. Granitic rock is widely distributed throughout the continental crust and is the most abundant basement rock that underlies the relatively thin sedimentary veneer of the continents.
Origin
Granite has a felsic composition and is more common in recent geologic time in contrast to Earth’s ultramafic ancient igneous history. Felsic rocks are less dense than mafic and ultramafic rocks, and thus they tend to escape subduction, whereas basaltic or gabbroic rocks tend to sink into the mantle beneath the granitic rocks of the continental cratons. Therefore, granitic rocks form the basement of all land continents.
Geochemical origins
Granitoids are a ubiquitous component of the crust. They have crystallized from magmas that have compositions at or near a eutectic point (or a temperature minimum on a cotectic curve). Magmas will evolve to the eutectic because of igneous differentiation, or because they represent low degrees of partial melting. Fractional crystallisation serves to reduce a melt in iron, magnesium, titanium, calcium and sodium, and enrich the melt in potassium and silicon – alkali feldspar (rich in potassium) and quartz (SiO2), are two of the defining constituents of granite.

This process operates regardless of the origin of the parental magma to the granite, and regardless of its chemistry. However, the composition and origin of the magma that differentiates into granite leaves certain geochemical and mineral evidence as to what the granite’s parental rock was. The final mineralogy, texture and chemical composition of a granite is often distinctive as to its origin. For instance, a granite that is formed from melted sediments may have more alkali feldspar, whereas a granite derived from melted basalt may be richer in plagioclase feldspar. It is on this basis that the modern “alphabet” classification schemes are based. Granite has a slow cooling process which forms larger crystals.
Sculpture and memorials
Various granites (cut and polished surfaces)
In some areas, granite is used for gravestones and memorials. Granite is a hard stone and requires skill to carve by hand. Until the early 18th century, in the Western world, granite could only be carved by hand tools with generally poor results.
A key breakthrough was the invention of steam-powered cutting and dressing tools by Alexander MacDonald of Aberdeen, inspired by seeing ancient Egyptian granite carvings. In 1832, the first polished tombstone of Aberdeen granite to be erected in an English cemetery was installed at Kensal Green Cemetery. It caused a sensation in the London monumental trade and for some years all polished granite ordered came from MacDonalds.[29] Working with the sculptor William Leslie, and later Sidney Field, granite memorials became a major status symbol in Victorian Britain. The royal sarcophagus at Frogmore was probably the pinnacle of its work, and at 30 tons one of the largest. It was not until the 1880s that rival machinery and works could compete with the MacDonald works.
Modern methods of carving include using computer-controlled rotary bits and sandblasting over a rubber stencil. Leaving the letters, numbers and emblems exposed on the stone, the blaster can create virtually any kind of artwork or epitaph.
The rock known as “black granite” is usually gabbro, which has a completely different chemical composition
Buildings
Granite has been extensively used as a dimension stone and as flooring tiles in public and commercial buildings and monuments. Aberdeen in Scotland, which is constructed principally from local granite, is known as “The Granite City”. Because of its abundance, granite was commonly used to build foundations for homes in New England. The Granite Railway, America’s first railroad, was built to haul granite from the quarries in Quincy, Massachusetts, to the Neponset River in the 1820s. With increasing amounts of acid rain in parts of the world, granite has begun to supplant marble as a monument material, since it is much more durable. Polished granite is also a popular choice for kitchen countertops due to its high durability and aesthetic qualities. In building and for countertops, the term “granite” is often applied to all igneous rocks with large crystals, and not specifically to those with a granitic composition.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SUPPLIER, MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, WHOLESALE, FACTORY OWNER OF MARBLES FROM KISHANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA!
Bhandari Marble Group
headquartered at Kishangarh in the State of Rajasthan, India, is a large scale set up engaged in Business of natural stone, processing and selling. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is having world class manufacturing facilities. Since last forty six years the company also exporting varieties of Marble Blocks to all over and after processing the same at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP processing house selling in the World marble stone and Granite market. That’s why BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP FAMOUS For The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Bhandari marble company
The pioneer Group of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

Bhandari marble Group
The pioneer Group of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

Marble Manufactures

Marble Manufactures

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Bhandari Marble Group one of the leading All Type Indian & Italian Natural Stone & having strong foot hold over all Indian Natural Stone Suppliers, Granite, Granite Plates, Marble, Slate, Wholesaler, distributor, Merchant manufacturer, exporter, supplier company in Kishangarh, Rajasthan India. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP supplying marble, Granite and Natural Stones to Builders, Architects, Interior designers, Hoteliers, Colonisers, Town planners, contractor, or Marble, Granite and Natural Stones import company, Exporter company.

Indian Stone Suppliers, Italian Stone Suppliers, Indian Natural Stone Exporters, Italian Natural Stone Exporters, Indian Stone Manufacturers, Italian Stone Manufacturers, Natural Stone Producers, Italian Natural Stone Producers,  Indian Slate Suppliers, Italian Slate Suppliers, Indian Slate Exporters, Italian Slate Exporters, Indian Natural Stone Wholesalers, Italian Marble Wholesalers. We are one of the leading multifaceted Natural Stone Conglomerates in India and engaged in the production of many INDIAN & ITALIAN NATURAL STONES viz. Indian Natural Slate Tiles, Indian Granites, Indian Marble, Indian Limestone, Indian Sandstones, Indian Quartzite Italian Marble, Imported Marble Dealer,Italian Marble, Italian Marble, Italian Marble Dealer, Italian Marble Manufacturer, Marble Dealer, Marble Exporter, Marble Importer, Marble Wholesaler. & Indian Onyx and different HOT SELLING INDIAN & ITALIAN STONE PRODUCTS like natural stone veneers, mosaic tiles, slate roofing tiles etc.

 

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Manufacturing, supplying, exporting, Indian Green Marble, Indian White Marble, Indian Black Marble, Indian Pink Marble, Indian Beige Marble, Lady Onyx Pink Marble, Indian Sawar Brown Marble. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP are producing and exporting and importing Italian Marble, Imported Marble, Indian Marble, Natural stone, Granite, big gang saw size slabs, calibrated and polished, leather finish etc.

Bhandari Marble Stone

welcomes you to our Kishangarh, Rajasthan, beautiful varieties of Italian Marble, Imported Marble, Indian Marble Stone, Indian, Rajasthan Kishangarh, Marble Granite and Natural Stone oldest and biggest Manufacturer, Suppliers, and Exporter Marble, Granite and Natural Stones, sand stone, quartz stone, slate tiles, Semiprecious stones, Precious stones Marble Handicraft. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S marble Granite and stones are perfectly suitable for Home Villa, Hotels, Malls, Towers, Township, Elevation, flooring, Decoration, wall cladding, bathroom vanity tops, kitchen counter tops.

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supply premium quality granite, granite slabs, granite tiles, granite floor tiles, granite kitchen tops, granite counter tops, granite work tops, marble, marble slabs, marble tiles, marble work tops, quartzite slabs, sandstone slabs and sandstone tiles, slate tiles, now we are better known as the masters of granite wholesalers, granite processors granite exporters, granite slabs exporters, granite flooring tiles exporters, green marble exporters, lady onyx marble exporters, slate tiles exporters, natural stone exporters and project contractors wherever you may be.

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has achieved a remarkable mile stone in export of Black Granite Slabs, Black granite tiles, monumental Black Granite slab, Black granite counter tops, Black granite work tops. All over the world Bhandari Marble Group is better known as the best indian granite manufacturer, best indian granite exporter and best indian granite slabs supplier from India.

We also offer tiles & slabs of different kinds of Granite, Rain Forest Marble, Green Marble, Slate Stone Tiles, Sandstone Slabs Tiles, and Quartzite Slabs available in the market with unmatched quality, durability and finish.

We assure you the favourable cooperative terms, loyalty, competitive prices.

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Please contact us for Granites, Marble, Slate tiles requirements. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S strong supply base in USA, UK, UAE, Dubai, Doha, Bahrain, European Union, Germany, Russia, France, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Norway, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Brunei, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Barma, Bhutan, Sikkim, China, Shree Lanka, Bangladesh, Brazil, Kenya, Sweden, Malaysia, Kuwait, Denmark, Hungary, Finland, Romania, Ireland, Portugal, South Africa, Ukraine, Greece, Israel, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, Venezuela, Nigeria, Iraq, Bulgaria, Morocco, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Tunisia, Lebanon, Netherlands, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Cuba, Kenya, Uruguay, Macau, Zambia, Cameroon, Mongolia, Mozambique, Bahamas, Zimbabwe, and Maldives.
Made from premium quality stone material, each of our delivered stone products has defect-free finish and is widely used in various prestigious building projects in Australia, Netherlands, USA, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Israel, Austria, France, Spain, Italy, UK, Cyprus, Belarus, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Egypt, Guatemala, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Ukraine, Romania, Russia, Serbia, South Africa and Turkey. Our business transactions are transparent and hassle free, enhancing the customer experience in the buying process. Empowered with well-defined infrastructure, our experience in handling bulk export order and meeting targets as per the given schedules help us in efficiently meeting customer’s needs at the most economical prices.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SUPPLIER, MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, WHOLESALE, FACTORY OWNER OF MARBLES FROM KISHANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA

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MARBLE, GRANITE AND STONES

Available with us at best market price, these marble stones and Granite are widely appreciated for their beautiful designs fine Cristal, excellent polish, 360 degree finish eye catching colours. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP marble is processed in accordance to the latest market trends by using hi-tech cutting and polishing tools.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP Further, for complete customer satisfaction, BHANDARI provide these MARBLE stones all over World . BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP offered by us find application BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP/eBook/ in decorating interiors for various residential as well as commercial
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MARBLE and stones are Rainbow color of nature. Strips of Black, White, and many colours looks extremely beautiful on floor as well as wall cladding and decoration. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP are supplying white and Black marble and many more colour marble granite and natural stones, manufacture slabs and tiles and marble Handicraft.
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Marble Slabs are available in any thickness any size length and width as per requirement we can customize MARBLE GRANITE AND Natural Stones.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
headquartered at Kishangarh in the State of Rajasthan, India, is a large scale set up engaged in Business of natural stone, processing and selling. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is having world class manufacturing facilities. Since last forty six years the company also exporting varieties of Marble Blocks to all over and after processing the same at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP processing house selling in the World marble stone and Granite market. That’s why BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP FAMOUS For The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

Granite – Bhandari Marble Group

Granite – Bhandari Marble Group
Granite is a common type of felsic intrusive igneous rock that is granular and phaneritic in texture. Granites can be predominantly white, pink, or gray in color, depending on their mineralogy. The word “granite” comes from the Latin granum, a grain, in reference to the coarse-grained structure of such a holocrystalline rock. By definition, granite is an igneous rock with at least 20% quartz and up to 65% alkali feldspar by volume.
Granite Countertops |Granite Building Stone | Granite Backsplash | Granite Tile | Granite Paving Stone | Granite Facing Stone | Granite Memorial | Granite Curbing | Granite Slabs
Colors of Granite
Black Granite, White Granite, Green Granite, Blue Granite, Grey Granite, Red Granite, Pink Granite, Brown Granite
Bhandari Marble Group is a renowned organization across the globe in the marble and granite trade. The Company is situated in the heart of the Aravalli range at Kishangarh, the City which has earned the distinction as the most important center in India for quarrying and commercialization of marble. Bhandari Marble Group owns two mechanized quarries of high quality Verde Guatemala marble SRA, Verde Guatemala SRF, Verde Guatemala RB at Bhandari, Rainbow and Teak quarry at Khatu, White Marble quarry in Kelva and Desert Gold Granite , Desert Green Granite, Desert Brown Granite , Desert Fantasy Granite and Black Granite Quarries. The Quarrying is done by latest Chain Saws, Wire saws, Loaders and Derrick Cranes. The factory, spread over an area of 20000 sq.meters, is equipped with the latest new generation state of the art plant and machinery, imported from Simec spa, Italy, for cutting and polishing of marble blocks. Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstones. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 55 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1995. Bhandari has, in the past, won several export promotion awards instituted by the Government of India.
Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstone. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 70 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1969.
Granite as a Building Material
Granite is one of the most popular building materials. It has been used for thousands of years in both interior and exterior applications. Granite dimension stone is used in buildings, bridges, paving, monuments and many other exterior projects. Indoors, polished granite slabs and tiles are used in countertops, tile floors, stair treads and many other design elements. Granite is a prestige material, used in projects to produce impressions of elegance and quality. Some interesting uses of granite are shown below.

What is “Granite”?
The definition of “granite” varies. A geologist might define granite as a coarse-grained, quartz- and feldspar-bearing igneous rock that is made up entirely of crystals. However, in the dimension stone trade, the word “granite” is used for any feldspar-bearing rock with interlocking crystals that are large enough to be seen with the unaided eye. By this classification, rocks such as anorthosite, gneiss, granite, granodiorite, monzonite, syenite, gabbro and others are all sold under the trade name of “granite”.

The term “granitic” means granite-like and is applied to granite and a group of intrusive igneous rocks with similar textures and slight variations in composition and origin. These rocks mainly consist of feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole minerals, which form an interlocking, somewhat equigranular matrix of feldspar and quartz with scattered darker biotite mica and amphibole (often hornblende) peppering the lighter color minerals. Occasionally some individual crystals (phenocrysts) are larger than the groundmass, in which case the texture is known as porphyritic. A granitic rock with a porphyritic texture is known as a granite porphyry. Granitoid is a general, descriptive field term for lighter-colored, coarse-grained igneous rocks. Petrographic examination is required for identification of specific types of granitoids.
Granite differs from granodiorite in that at least 35% of the feldspar in granite is alkali feldspar as opposed to plagioclase; it is the potassium feldspar that gives many granites a distinctive pink color. The extrusive igneous rock equivalent of granite is rhyolite.
Granite is nearly always massive (lacking any internal structures), hard and tough, and therefore it has gained widespread use throughout human history, and more recently as a construction stone. The average density of granite is between.
Mineralogy
Granite is classified according to the QAPF diagram for coarse grained plutonic rocks and is named according to the percentage of quartz, alkali feldspar (orthoclase, sanidine, or microcline) and plagioclase feldspar on the A-Q-P half of the diagram. True granite according to modern petrologic convention contains both plagioclase and alkali feldspars. When a granitoid is devoid or nearly devoid of plagioclase, the rock is referred to as alkali feldspar granite. When a granitoid contains less than 10% orthoclase, it is called tonalite; pyroxene and amphibole are common in tonalite. A granite containing both muscovite and biotite micas is called a binary or two-mica granite. Two-mica granites are typically high in potassium and low in plagioclase, and are usually S-type granites or A-type granites.

Chemical composition
A worldwide average of the chemical composition of granite, by weight percent, based on 2485 analyses.

Occurrence
Outcrops of granite tend to form tors and rounded massifs. Granites sometimes occur in circular depressions surrounded by a range of hills, formed by the metamorphic aureole or hornfels. Granite is usually found in the continental plates of the Earth’s crust.

Granite is currently known to exist only on Earth, where it forms a major part of the continental crust. Granite often occurs as relatively small, less than 100 km² stock masses (stocks) and in batholiths that are often associated with orogenic mountain ranges. Small dikes of granitic composition called aplites are often associated with the margins of granitic intrusions. In some locations, very coarse-grained pegmatite masses occur with granite.

Granite has been intruded into the crust of the Earth during all geologic periods, although much of it is of Precambrian age. Granitic rock is widely distributed throughout the continental crust and is the most abundant basement rock that underlies the relatively thin sedimentary veneer of the continents.

Origin
Granite has a felsic composition and is more common in recent geologic time in contrast to Earth’s ultramafic ancient igneous history. Felsic rocks are less dense than mafic and ultramafic rocks, and thus they tend to escape subduction, whereas basaltic or gabbroic rocks tend to sink into the mantle beneath the granitic rocks of the continental cratons. Therefore, granitic rocks form the basement of all land continents.

Geochemical origins
Granitoids are a ubiquitous component of the crust. They have crystallized from magmas that have compositions at or near a eutectic point (or a temperature minimum on a cotectic curve). Magmas will evolve to the eutectic because of igneous differentiation, or because they represent low degrees of partial melting. Fractional crystallisation serves to reduce a melt in iron, magnesium, titanium, calcium and sodium, and enrich the melt in potassium and silicon – alkali feldspar (rich in potassium) and quartz (SiO2), are two of the defining constituents of granite.

This process operates regardless of the origin of the parental magma to the granite, and regardless of its chemistry. However, the composition and origin of the magma that differentiates into granite leaves certain geochemical and mineral evidence as to what the granite’s parental rock was. The final mineralogy, texture and chemical composition of a granite is often distinctive as to its origin. For instance, a granite that is formed from melted sediments may have more alkali feldspar, whereas a granite derived from melted basalt may be richer in plagioclase feldspar. It is on this basis that the modern “alphabet” classification schemes are based. Granite has a slow cooling process which forms larger crystals.

Sculpture and memorials

Various granites (cut and polished surfaces)
In some areas, granite is used for gravestones and memorials. Granite is a hard stone and requires skill to carve by hand. Until the early 18th century, in the Western world, granite could only be carved by hand tools with generally poor results.

A key breakthrough was the invention of steam-powered cutting and dressing tools by Alexander MacDonald of Aberdeen, inspired by seeing ancient Egyptian granite carvings. In 1832, the first polished tombstone of Aberdeen granite to be erected in an English cemetery was installed at Kensal Green Cemetery. It caused a sensation in the London monumental trade and for some years all polished granite ordered came from MacDonalds.[29] Working with the sculptor William Leslie, and later Sidney Field, granite memorials became a major status symbol in Victorian Britain. The royal sarcophagus at Frogmore was probably the pinnacle of its work, and at 30 tons one of the largest. It was not until the 1880s that rival machinery and works could compete with the MacDonald works.

Modern methods of carving include using computer-controlled rotary bits and sandblasting over a rubber stencil. Leaving the letters, numbers and emblems exposed on the stone, the blaster can create virtually any kind of artwork or epitaph.

The rock known as “black granite” is usually gabbro, which has a completely different chemical composition

Buildings
Granite has been extensively used as a dimension stone and as flooring tiles in public and commercial buildings and monuments. Aberdeen in Scotland, which is constructed principally from local granite, is known as “The Granite City”. Because of its abundance, granite was commonly used to build foundations for homes in New England. The Granite Railway, America’s first railroad, was built to haul granite from the quarries in Quincy, Massachusetts, to the Neponset River in the 1820s. With increasing amounts of acid rain in parts of the world, granite has begun to supplant marble as a monument material, since it is much more durable. Polished granite is also a popular choice for kitchen countertops due to its high durability and aesthetic qualities. In building and for countertops, the term “granite” is often applied to all igneous rocks with large crystals, and not specifically to those with a granitic composition.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SUPPLIER, MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, WHOLESALE, FACTORY OWNER OF MARBLES FROM KISHANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA!
Bhandari Marble Group
headquartered at Kishangarh in the State of Rajasthan, India, is a large scale set up engaged in Business of natural stone, processing and selling. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is having world class manufacturing facilities. Since last forty six years the company also exporting varieties of Marble Blocks to all over and after processing the same at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP processing house selling in the World marble stone and Granite market. That’s why BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP FAMOUS For The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

Granite

Granite – Bhandari Marble Group

Granite is a common type of felsic intrusive igneous rock that is granular and phaneritic in texture. Granites can be predominantly white, pink, or gray in color, depending on their mineralogy. The word “granite” comes from the Latin granum, a grain, in reference to the coarse-grained structure of such a holocrystalline rock. By definition, granite is an igneous rock with at least 20% quartz and up to 65% alkali feldspar by volume.

Granite Countertops |Granite Building Stone | Granite Backsplash | Granite Tile | Granite Paving Stone | Granite Facing Stone | Granite Memorial | Granite Curbing | Granite Slabs

Colors of Granite

Black Granite, White Granite, Green Granite, Blue Granite, Grey Granite, Red Granite, Pink Granite, Brown Granite

Bhandari Marble Group is a renowned organization across the globe in the marble and granite trade. The Company is situated in the heart of the Aravalli range at Kishangarh, the City which has earned the distinction as the most important center in India for quarrying and commercialization of marble. Bhandari Marble Group owns two mechanized quarries of high quality Verde Guatemala marble SRA, Verde Guatemala SRF, Verde Guatemala RB at Bhandari, Rainbow and Teak quarry at Khatu, White Marble quarry in Kelva and Desert Gold Granite , Desert Green Granite, Desert Brown Granite , Desert Fantasy Granite and Black Granite Quarries. The Quarrying is done by latest Chain Saws, Wire saws, Loaders and Derrick Cranes. The factory, spread over an area of 20000 sq.meters, is equipped with the latest new generation state of the art plant and machinery, imported from Simec spa, Italy, for cutting and polishing of marble blocks. Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstones. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 55 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1995. Bhandari has, in the past, won several export promotion awards instituted by the Government of India.

Bhandari’s business motto is total customer satisfaction and that is why they are today recognized as one of the leading companies in production and export of green marble, granite and sandstone. Based on the company’s commendable past performance its products have been well appreciated in more than 70 countries across the world, where these have been exported since 1969.

Granite as a Building Material

Granite is one of the most popular building materials. It has been used for thousands of years in both interior and exterior applications. Granite dimension stone is used in buildings, bridges, paving, monuments and many other exterior projects. Indoors, polished granite slabs and tiles are used in countertops, tile floors, stair treads and many other design elements. Granite is a prestige material, used in projects to produce impressions of elegance and quality. Some interesting uses of granite are shown below.

 

What is “Granite”?

The definition of “granite” varies. A geologist might define granite as a coarse-grained, quartz- and feldspar-bearing igneous rock that is made up entirely of crystals. However, in the dimension stone trade, the word “granite” is used for any feldspar-bearing rock with interlocking crystals that are large enough to be seen with the unaided eye. By this classification, rocks such as anorthosite, gneiss, granite, granodiorite, monzonite, syenite, gabbro and others are all sold under the trade name of “granite”.

 

The term “granitic” means granite-like and is applied to granite and a group of intrusive igneous rocks with similar textures and slight variations in composition and origin. These rocks mainly consist of feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole minerals, which form an interlocking, somewhat equigranular matrix of feldspar and quartz with scattered darker biotite mica and amphibole (often hornblende) peppering the lighter color minerals. Occasionally some individual crystals (phenocrysts) are larger than the groundmass, in which case the texture is known as porphyritic. A granitic rock with a porphyritic texture is known as a granite porphyry. Granitoid is a general, descriptive field term for lighter-colored, coarse-grained igneous rocks. Petrographic examination is required for identification of specific types of granitoids.

Granite differs from granodiorite in that at least 35% of the feldspar in granite is alkali feldspar as opposed to plagioclase; it is the potassium feldspar that gives many granites a distinctive pink color. The extrusive igneous rock equivalent of granite is rhyolite.

Granite is nearly always massive (lacking any internal structures), hard and tough, and therefore it has gained widespread use throughout human history, and more recently as a construction stone. The average density of granite is between.

Mineralogy

Granite is classified according to the QAPF diagram for coarse grained plutonic rocks and is named according to the percentage of quartz, alkali feldspar (orthoclase, sanidine, or microcline) and plagioclase feldspar on the A-Q-P half of the diagram. True granite according to modern petrologic convention contains both plagioclase and alkali feldspars. When a granitoid is devoid or nearly devoid of plagioclase, the rock is referred to as alkali feldspar granite. When a granitoid contains less than 10% orthoclase, it is called tonalite; pyroxene and amphibole are common in tonalite. A granite containing both muscovite and biotite micas is called a binary or two-mica granite. Two-mica granites are typically high in potassium and low in plagioclase, and are usually S-type granites or A-type granites.

 

Chemical composition

A worldwide average of the chemical composition of granite, by weight percent, based on 2485 analyses.

 

 

 

Occurrence

Outcrops of granite tend to form tors and rounded massifs. Granites sometimes occur in circular depressions surrounded by a range of hills, formed by the metamorphic aureole or hornfels. Granite is usually found in the continental plates of the Earth’s crust.

 

Granite is currently known to exist only on Earth, where it forms a major part of the continental crust. Granite often occurs as relatively small, less than 100 km² stock masses (stocks) and in batholiths that are often associated with orogenic mountain ranges. Small dikes of granitic composition called aplites are often associated with the margins of granitic intrusions. In some locations, very coarse-grained pegmatite masses occur with granite.

 

Granite has been intruded into the crust of the Earth during all geologic periods, although much of it is of Precambrian age. Granitic rock is widely distributed throughout the continental crust and is the most abundant basement rock that underlies the relatively thin sedimentary veneer of the continents.

 

Origin

Granite has a felsic composition and is more common in recent geologic time in contrast to Earth’s ultramafic ancient igneous history. Felsic rocks are less dense than mafic and ultramafic rocks, and thus they tend to escape subduction, whereas basaltic or gabbroic rocks tend to sink into the mantle beneath the granitic rocks of the continental cratons. Therefore, granitic rocks form the basement of all land continents.

 

Geochemical origins

Granitoids are a ubiquitous component of the crust. They have crystallized from magmas that have compositions at or near a eutectic point (or a temperature minimum on a cotectic curve). Magmas will evolve to the eutectic because of igneous differentiation, or because they represent low degrees of partial melting. Fractional crystallisation serves to reduce a melt in iron, magnesium, titanium, calcium and sodium, and enrich the melt in potassium and silicon – alkali feldspar (rich in potassium) and quartz (SiO2), are two of the defining constituents of granite.

 

This process operates regardless of the origin of the parental magma to the granite, and regardless of its chemistry. However, the composition and origin of the magma that differentiates into granite leaves certain geochemical and mineral evidence as to what the granite’s parental rock was. The final mineralogy, texture and chemical composition of a granite is often distinctive as to its origin. For instance, a granite that is formed from melted sediments may have more alkali feldspar, whereas a granite derived from melted basalt may be richer in plagioclase feldspar. It is on this basis that the modern “alphabet” classification schemes are based. Granite has a slow cooling process which forms larger crystals.

 

Sculpture and memorials

 

Various granites (cut and polished surfaces)

In some areas, granite is used for gravestones and memorials. Granite is a hard stone and requires skill to carve by hand. Until the early 18th century, in the Western world, granite could only be carved by hand tools with generally poor results.

 

A key breakthrough was the invention of steam-powered cutting and dressing tools by Alexander MacDonald of Aberdeen, inspired by seeing ancient Egyptian granite carvings. In 1832, the first polished tombstone of Aberdeen granite to be erected in an English cemetery was installed at Kensal Green Cemetery. It caused a sensation in the London monumental trade and for some years all polished granite ordered came from MacDonalds.[29] Working with the sculptor William Leslie, and later Sidney Field, granite memorials became a major status symbol in Victorian Britain. The royal sarcophagus at Frogmore was probably the pinnacle of its work, and at 30 tons one of the largest. It was not until the 1880s that rival machinery and works could compete with the MacDonald works.

 

Modern methods of carving include using computer-controlled rotary bits and sandblasting over a rubber stencil. Leaving the letters, numbers and emblems exposed on the stone, the blaster can create virtually any kind of artwork or epitaph.

 

The rock known as “black granite” is usually gabbro, which has a completely different chemical composition

 

Buildings

Granite has been extensively used as a dimension stone and as flooring tiles in public and commercial buildings and monuments. Aberdeen in Scotland, which is constructed principally from local granite, is known as “The Granite City”. Because of its abundance, granite was commonly used to build foundations for homes in New England. The Granite Railway, America’s first railroad, was built to haul granite from the quarries in Quincy, Massachusetts, to the Neponset River in the 1820s. With increasing amounts of acid rain in parts of the world, granite has begun to supplant marble as a monument material, since it is much more durable. Polished granite is also a popular choice for kitchen countertops due to its high durability and aesthetic qualities. In building and for countertops, the term “granite” is often applied to all igneous rocks with large crystals, and not specifically to those with a granitic composition.

 

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SUPPLIER, MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, WHOLESALE, FACTORY OWNER OF MARBLES FROM KISHANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA!

Bhandari Marble Group
headquartered at Kishangarh in the State of Rajasthan, India, is a large scale set up engaged in Business of natural stone, processing and selling. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is having world class manufacturing facilities. Since last forty six years the company also exporting varieties of Marble Blocks to all over and after processing the same at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP processing house selling in the World marble stone and Granite market. That’s why BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP FAMOUS For The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

 

Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

 

Marble Manufactures

Marble Manufactures

Bhandari Marble Group– Marble Manufactures | Marble Suppliers | Marble Wholesalers | Marble Exporters | Marble Distribution | Marble Dealers | Marble Merchant | Marble Importer | Marble Arch

Bhandari Marble Group one of the leading All Type Indian & Italian Natural Stone & having strong foot hold over all Indian Natural Stone Suppliers, Granite, Granite Plates, Marble, Slate, Wholesaler, distributor, Merchant manufacturer, exporter, supplier company in Kishangarh, Rajasthan India. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP supplying marble, Granite and Natural Stones to Builders, Architects, Interior designers, Hoteliers, Colonisers, Town planners, contractor, or Marble, Granite and Natural Stones import company, Exporter company.

Indian Stone Suppliers, Italian Stone Suppliers, Indian Natural Stone Exporters, Italian Natural Stone Exporters, Indian Stone Manufacturers, Italian Stone Manufacturers, Natural Stone Producers, Italian Natural Stone Producers,  Indian Slate Suppliers, Italian Slate Suppliers, Indian Slate Exporters, Italian Slate Exporters, Indian Natural Stone Wholesalers, Italian Marble Wholesalers. We are one of the leading multifaceted Natural Stone Conglomerates in India and engaged in the production of many INDIAN & ITALIAN NATURAL STONES viz. Indian Natural Slate Tiles, Indian Granites, Indian Marble, Indian Limestone, Indian Sandstones, Indian Quartzite Italian Marble, Imported Marble Dealer,Italian Marble, Italian Marble, Italian Marble Dealer, Italian Marble Manufacturer, Marble Dealer, Marble Exporter, Marble Importer, Marble Wholesaler. & Indian Onyx and different HOT SELLING INDIAN & ITALIAN STONE PRODUCTS like natural stone veneers, mosaic tiles, slate roofing tiles etc.

 

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Manufacturing, supplying, exporting, Indian Green Marble, Indian White Marble, Indian Black Marble, Indian Pink Marble, Indian Beige Marble, Lady Onyx Pink Marble, Indian Sawar Brown Marble. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP are producing and exporting and importing Italian Marble, Imported Marble, Indian Marble, Natural stone, Granite, big gang saw size slabs, calibrated and polished, leather finish etc.

Bhandari Marble Stone

welcomes you to our Kishangarh, Rajasthan, beautiful varieties of Italian Marble, Imported Marble, Indian Marble Stone, Indian, Rajasthan Kishangarh, Marble Granite and Natural Stone oldest and biggest Manufacturer, Suppliers, and Exporter Marble, Granite and Natural Stones, sand stone, quartz stone, slate tiles, Semiprecious stones, Precious stones Marble Handicraft. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S marble Granite and stones are perfectly suitable for Home Villa, Hotels, Malls, Towers, Township, Elevation, flooring, Decoration, wall cladding, bathroom vanity tops, kitchen counter tops.

Bhandari Marble Group

supply premium quality granite, granite slabs, granite tiles, granite floor tiles, granite kitchen tops, granite counter tops, granite work tops, marble, marble slabs, marble tiles, marble work tops, quartzite slabs, sandstone slabs and sandstone tiles, slate tiles, now we are better known as the masters of granite wholesalers, granite processors granite exporters, granite slabs exporters, granite flooring tiles exporters, green marble exporters, lady onyx marble exporters, slate tiles exporters, natural stone exporters and project contractors wherever you may be.

 

Bhandari Marble Group

has achieved a remarkable mile stone in export of Black Granite Slabs, Black granite tiles, monumental Black Granite slab, Black granite counter tops, Black granite work tops. All over the world Bhandari Marble Group is better known as the best indian granite manufacturer, best indian granite exporter and best indian granite slabs supplier from India.

We also offer tiles & slabs of different kinds of Granite, Rain Forest Marble, Green Marble, Slate Stone Tiles, Sandstone Slabs Tiles, and Quartzite Slabs available in the market with unmatched quality, durability and finish.

We assure you the favourable cooperative terms, loyalty, competitive prices.

Bhandari Marble Group

Please contact us for Granites, Marble, Slate tiles requirements. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S strong supply base in USA, UK, UAE, Dubai, Doha, Bahrain, European Union, Germany, Russia, France, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Norway, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Brunei, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Barma, Bhutan, Sikkim, China, Shree Lanka, Bangladesh, Brazil, Kenya, Sweden, Malaysia, Kuwait, Denmark, Hungary, Finland, Romania, Ireland, Portugal, South Africa, Ukraine, Greece, Israel, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, Venezuela, Nigeria, Iraq, Bulgaria, Morocco, New Zealand, Peru, Qatar, Tunisia, Lebanon, Netherlands, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Cuba, Kenya, Uruguay, Macau, Zambia, Cameroon, Mongolia, Mozambique, Bahamas, Zimbabwe, and Maldives.
Made from premium quality stone material, each of our delivered stone products has defect-free finish and is widely used in various prestigious building projects in Australia, Netherlands, USA, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Israel, Austria, France, Spain, Italy, UK, Cyprus, Belarus, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Egypt, Guatemala, Mauritius, Mexico, Peru, Ukraine, Romania, Russia, Serbia, South Africa and Turkey. Our business transactions are transparent and hassle free, enhancing the customer experience in the buying process. Empowered with well-defined infrastructure, our experience in handling bulk export order and meeting targets as per the given schedules help us in efficiently meeting customer’s needs at the most economical prices.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP SUPPLIER, MANUFACTURER, EXPORTER, WHOLESALE, FACTORY OWNER OF MARBLES FROM KISHANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA!

 

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
MARBLE, GRANITE AND STONES

Available with us at best market price, these marble stones and Granite are widely appreciated for their beautiful designs fine Cristal, excellent polish, 360 degree finish eye catching colours. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP marble is processed in accordance to the latest market trends by using hi-tech cutting and polishing tools.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP Further, for complete customer satisfaction, BHANDARI provide these MARBLE stones all over World . BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP offered by us find application BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP/eBook/ in decorating interiors for various residential as well as commercial
Marbleinkishangarh/showroom/ online available. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP aim to expand our business of marble stone and granite around the world, and become one of the reputed name in the marble stone business.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
MARBLE and stones are Rainbow color of nature. Strips of Black, White, and many colours looks extremely beautiful on floor as well as wall cladding and decoration. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP are supplying white and Black marble and many more colour marble granite and natural stones, manufacture slabs and tiles and marble Handicraft.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Marble Slabs are available in any thickness any size length and width as per requirement we can customize MARBLE GRANITE AND Natural Stones.
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
headquartered at Kishangarh in the State of Rajasthan, India, is a large scale set up engaged in Business of natural stone, processing and selling. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is having world class manufacturing facilities. Since last forty six years the company also exporting varieties of Marble Blocks to all over and after processing the same at BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP processing house selling in the World marble stone and Granite market. That’s why BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP FAMOUS For The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Bhandari marble company
The pioneer company of marble granite and Natural stone.
Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India.

 

Katni Marble

Bhandari Marble Company
Katni Marble
 
Katni Marble is one of the finest quality produced in Katni (a village), Madhya Pradesh. Katni Marble can be found in various attractive colors i.e. beige color (or can be used as a substitute of Italian Marble), light green color, aqua color, wonder touch dark color, yellow color, purple color or many more. This Katni Marble is having wonderful figurative patterns and designs. This Marble is one of the most demandable qualitative products in best competitive prices, (in Italian Marble looks) having abundant utility in residential & commercial purposes as a lifelong projects.
 
Bhandari Marble Company
 
We are the Mines Owner and Leading Manufacturer of Katni Marble in Indian Marble Industry. We have our own manufacturing unit and stockyards where Katni Marble blocks are processed into Marble Slabs and Marble Tiles in variable sizes. These Katni Marble Slabs and Tiles are supplied all over India to Traders, Retailers, Builders, Architectures, Consumers, local market suppliers and many more, for various residential and commercial projects. We also export Katni Marble World-Wide since 1969.
Bhandari Marble Company
We are always ready to serve you the best services as per your desires in hope of your best co-operation. Some of the general questions which are asked by our consumers regarding Katni Marble with their genuine replies are as under:
 
1) What are the Various Sizes available in Katni Marble Slabs & Katni Marble Tiles?
 
a)The Katni Marble Slabs having too many sizes i.e. 3*3, 4*4, 5*5, 6*6, 3*2, 6*9, 6*7, 4*3, 4*8 sq. feet or many more. But If customer is in need of particular size that can also be served by cutting on advance order (but they should less than 10*6 per sq feet) .The average size of Natural stone slab is 6*5 per sq.feet.
 
b) Basic cut sizes or Katni Marble Tiles are available in 24*24, 24*18, 24*12, 24*9, 24*6, 21*9, 18*9, 15*9. 12*9, 21*6, 18*6, 15*6, 12*6 sq. inches or many more, and it can also be cut down as per the desire of our clients by special order.
 
2) What is the Best Competitive Price Range of Katni Marble?
 
With the qualitative natural stone, if the prices are also upto the mark then only the customer get ultimate satisfaction for what they are looking for.
 
 
Our clients belonging to any class can get satisfied by matching the desired qualitative products as per their budget line, due to having abundant variety in competitive price range.
 
3) What can be the various attractive, figurative designs and patterns in Katni Marble?
 
In Katni Marble, a large qualitative variety can be found in different natural figurative patterns & designs. Unlike white marble or Italian marbles, it has very broad strip patterns. This makes possible the diamonds patterns, straight lines patterns, cross lines figures, zig-zag pattern, rectangular figure, rounded shapes or many more, which are very attractive, decent and adding lifelong beauty to residential & commercial projects.
 
4) In Today’s scenario, what is the Demands and Utility of Katni Marble?
 
In 21st century, there is a buzz all round in real estates and construction sites. The Marbles are required at large worldwide. As such, the Katni Marble is widely used in homes, offices, factories and buildings, industries, schools, hotels, temples, mosques, churches and many more in best competitive prices as a long lasting product world-wide.
 
Katni Marble slabs & Katni Marble tiles can be used for flooring purpose, wall cladding, kitchen countertops, tabletops, pool sites, tops, worktops, bathroom counters, contemporary living rooms, drawing arrangements, dining spaces, hotel lobbies, windows and may more in traditional & modern looks which we provides at a reasonable Prices.
 
Ultimately, the best part of the Katni Marble is that it increases the Value of your home and remain in fashion all the time.
 
5) What is the Durability of Katni Marble?
 
Katni Marble is one of the finest qualitative stone. It needs no chemical reinforcement like some other marble products, no pin holes, no color change and no loss of polish. This is practically verified by abundant utility at various lands & buildings (residential or commercial) in world-wide.
 
Thus, one should take the decision gently before buying any Natural Stones in order to earn life time durability. And we are always here to serve you the best as per your desires and needs.
 
6) After fitting of Katni marble, how long the polish is require again on Katni Marble?
 
Firstly, it depends on your use. But most probably there is no need to repolish on Katni Marble in a minimum period of 25 years (approx). After that, if someone in need, then can go for repolish with very nominal charges and can add beauty to home again like a new
 
7) Our Main Cities of Supply in Indian Marble Market:-
 
We supply Our Products ( Indian or Imported) all over in the INDIAN MARBLE MARKET and also exporting the same world-wide since 1970.
 
Andhra Pradesh – Hyderabad, Arunachal Pradesh – Itangar, Assam – dispur, Bihar – Patna, Chhattisgarh – Raipur, Goa – Panaji, Gujarat – Gandhi Nagar, Punjab – Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh – Shimla, . Jammu and Kashmir – Jammu, Jharkhand – Ranchi, Karnataka – Bangalore, Kerala – Thiruvananthapuram, Madhya Pradesh – Bhopal, Maharashtra – Mumbai, Manipur – Imphal, Meghalya – Shillong, Mizoram – Aizawl, Nagaland – Kohima, Orissa – Bhubaneswer, Rajasthan – Jaipur, Sikkim – Gangtok, Tamil Nadu – Chennai, Tripura – Agartala, Uttar Pradesh – Lucknow, Uttarakhand – Dehradun, West Bengal – Kolkata and many more cities.
 
8) The Positive and Negative Point of Katni Marble ?
 
A ) Positive: Katni Marble can be used as a substitute of Imported Marble. It has high luster and visual appeal like Imported Beige colors marbles i.e. Botticino, Crema Marfill, Perlato etc. This can also be named as Indo-Italian Marble. Thus with very little investment, consumer can get the similarity of Imported Products as a long life project.
 
B) Negative: Likewise Imported Products, Katni Marble having also little filling in it. This is also chemically processed to get in final product. But this only with minimum price range. If consumer will go for little high Quality, then there is no filling and will get fully fresh Katni Marble for sure. It is not good for open area like roof.
 
Why Us?
 
We are giving same quality of Katni Marble in 100% same price (Fix Price) to Consumer and Trader. There is no variation for Consumer and Trader.
 
A) B2C Format (or Company to Customer Format)
 
We are the Mines Owner having own manufacturing unit, processing Katni Marble Blocks into Katni Marble Slabs and Tiles & maintaining own stockyards. With that we can provide qualitative Katni Marble in very nominal prices.
 
As we are supplying Katni Marble directly from source, all over India to Middlepersons i.e. traders, retailers, local suppliers, dealers, contractors or many more. Due to that, there will be a big rise in the price by middleperson for local consumers for sure ( i.e. due to their own transportation charges, office expenses, factory expenses, other overhead expenses – labour, loading, unloading, taxation etc., middleperson own profit, commission agents/mediators profit % or many more) . These all factors unnecessary increase the price for the Consumers. This all can be crashed, if the consumer directly opt for source i.e. We. Hence, Just Think Gently before buying your kind of Stone.
 
So, for our esteemed customers it’s better to go for source as with short term investment of time, the costumer can get big & long term benefit of quality, variety and money worth as the saved amount can be invested for another precious project.
 
B) B2B Format (Business to Business ) Method :
 
As we are the mines owner with having own processing unit cutting blocks into qualitative slabs and tiles as final product and supplying the same all over India including metros, majors & minors cities to traders, retailers, contractors, suppliers, architectures, interior designers for further sale purpose or on contractual basis in wholesale rates. Fortunately we had covered the market at large in Indian Marble Industry and also expanding our business by doing regular exports world-wide since 1970.

Bhandari Marble Company

Bhandari Marble Company

We have been the pioneer company in marble granite, stone and known for our 100% commitment towards customer satisfaction, supplying premium quality marble at best competitive prices.

our team consist of highly skilled and motivated personnel.Each step right from raw stone to polished and finished product is carried out with advanced and state of the art machinery.

We are proud to say that we are the most reputed name in marble world with best goodwill. Our site is regularly updated to bring to you latest designs and products.