When you talk about natural stones then you have to sure about its history.
Natural stones are results of natural disaster .They are from parts of this world that have been constantly shifted by continents and seas, earth movements, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. it have about 500 million old history.
Natural stones are basicly classified into natural granite, natural marble ,limestone and slate. Basicly natural granite is hardest stone in these stones. It is their sheer variation and beauty which makes the stone the ultimate recycled material in any setting. granite is igneous rock .Igneous rock is the result of magma, the molten rock beneath the earths surface, having cooled and solidified, often trapping complex and precious minerals within its structure. Their crystals can be seen as flowing layers or may occur randomly, both giving rise to wonderful effects when the surface of the stone is cut and polished. Granite is one of the most common examples of igneous rock, providing an extremely hard but uniquely attractive work surface. Its great variety of colours come from the range and formation of minerals it contains.
Any single quarry or source may produce considerable variations in the colour and veining of the marble, granite, slate or whichever stone is extracted. It would be wrong to expect or look for uniformity of appearance – each type or piece is unique and has different characteristics.Any single quarry or source may produce considerable variations in the colour and veining of the marble, granite, slate or whichever stone is extracted. It would be wrong to expect or look for uniformity of appearance – each type or piece is unique and has different characteristics.
INDIAN TERRITORIES HAS GREAT MINES AND HAVE HIGH TRADE OF GRANITE STONES.GRANITE COUNTERTOPS FROM INDIA ARE POPULAR IN USA AND EUROPIAN COUNTRIES.
YELLOW LIMESTONE OF JAISALMER AREA OF RAJASTHAN,KOTA STONE AND KADDAPA STONE FROM SOUTH INDIA ARE FAV. CHOICES OF EXTERIORS AS PATHS ,DECKS AND PARKING AREAS. AS ITS DEMAND IT IS WIDELY USED IN CEMENT,
IRON AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES.