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Kandla Grey

It is also known as Bhilwara Grey. It has quartz grains that are cemented together by silica calcite and has several color shade variations in terms of bluish grey, dark grey and light grey. It is strong, durable and looks elegant when polished.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Swimming Pool
  3. a
    Step and Raiser
  4. a
    Wall Cladding
  5. a
    Kitchen
  6. a
    Bathroom
  7. a
    Garden
  8. a
    Table Top

Gwalior Greenish White

It is also known as ‘Gwalior Mint.’ It has a smooth natural split surface. Its tiles remain non- slippery even when wet. The saline winds near the sea shore have almost negligible effect on the stone and hence, it is highly suitable in such areas for exterior claddings. It is extremely hard and tough.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Swimming Pool
  3. a
    Step and Raiser
  4. a
    Wall Cladding
  5. a
    Kitchen
  6. a
    Bathroom
  7. a
    Garden

Chocolate

It has a chocolaty shade due to the presence of high iron oxide content. Its color variation ranges from buff to brownish and sometimes reddish too. In case one wishes to impart a traditional contemporary look, this stone is an ideal choice. It is one of the most popular choices of Indian sandstone in as paving stone in Europe and the UK.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Swimming Pool
  3. a
    Step and Raiser
  4. a
    Wall Cladding
  5. a
    Kitchen
  6. a
    Bathroom
  7. a
    Garden

Rajpura Green

It is also known as Bhilwara Green. Its use as a building stone and garden landscaping material owes to the fact that it has traditional vibrant green color that looks elegant when touched upon by the sunlight. There are tonal variations and unique patterns in each slab that give it a distinguished charm.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Step and Raiser
  3. a
    Wall Cladding
  4. a
    Kitchen
  5. a
    Garden
  6. a
    Patios and Pathways

Autumn Brown

One of the finest qualities of natural stone, it is generally hand-picked to provide an attractive, robust riven texture. It possesses mix shades of light and dark brown that enlighten the areas that would have been otherwise looked plain and dull.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Step and Raiser
  3. a
    Wall Cladding
  4. a
    Kitchen
  5. a
    Garden
  6. a
    Patios and Pathways

Teakwood

This natural stone is also characterized by the name of ‘Khatu Teak.’ It exhibits a creamish color bearing brown veins that run throughout its surface. The touch of brown shade gives it a wooden feel. This one is mostly available in tiles with sawn surface finish.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Step and Raiser
  3. a
    Wall Cladding
  4. a
    Bathroom
  5. a
    Garden
  6. a
    Patios and Pathways

Rainbow

It is also known as ‘Khatu Rainbow.’ Color variations from brown to reddish veins distinguish this rock from others. This one is also mostly available in tiles with sawn finish.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Step and Raiser
  3. a
    Wall Cladding
  4. a
    Bathroom
  5. a
    Garden
  6. a
    Patios and Pathways

Camel Dust

This natural rock is largely used as a paving stone for its prominent display of combination of red and blue hues to paved surfaces and landscapes.

Uses

  1. a
    Flooring
  2. a
    Step and Raiser
  3. a
    Wall Cladding
  4. a
    Garden
  5. a
    Patios and Pathways
  6. a
    Landscaping