Exhibition and Trade Fair – Stona Exhibition
QATAR EXHIBITION
Stonetech 2015, Doha

BRAZIL EXHIBITION
Vitória Stona Fair 2015 (Marmomacc Latin America) 

 

TURKEY FAIR

Marble 2015, Izmir

STONE MART
Jaipur, 2009 Rajasthan

STONE MART 2015
Jaipur, 2015 Rajasthan



STONA
Banglore, 2012 India

STONA
Banglore, 2014 India

CHINA
LATIN AMERICA (BRAZIL)
GULF COUNTRIES (TURKEY & QATAR)
EUROPE (ITALY & VIETNAM)
NORTH AMERICA (MAXICO & USA)

Marble was used for building tombs, temples and palaces. For a long[weasel words] time it considered as Royal Stone. It is, however, now in hotels homes too. There are many varieties.[1] Makrana: Makrana is the source of marble Taj Mahal. situated at distance 60 km from Kishangarh falls Nagaur district Rajasthan. The region has various mining ranges, mainly Doongri, Devi, Ulodi, Saabwali, Gulabi, Kumari, Neharkhan, Matabhar, Matabhar kumari, Chuck doongri, Chosira Pahar Kua amongst others. Rajnagar Marble: World’s largest marble-producing area, with over 2,000 gang saw units located nearby town Udaipur to process material produced. Agaria best variety this numerous other varieties patterns, primarily white base. dolomitic often quartz intrusions. Andhi Located near capital city state Jaipur Pink City , intrusions tremolite, commonly by name pista (pistachio) marble, because green coloured tremolite against an off-white background. One famous area Indo-Italian, owing its resemblance Satvario Marble. Most field banned Supreme Court India vicinity Sariska Tiger Reserve. Salumber Also Onyx Marble, thick bands pink hint. A Pakistan gives name. This also highly dolomitic. Yellow Though not been metamorphosed hence still limestone, trade circles. mined Jaisalmer District. Bidasar: These ultra basic rocks shades brown colour. criss-cross linear pattern given remarkable photograph dense forest. forest green/brown or fancy green/brown. Morwad: Gujarat – AmbaJi White one finest produced India. Nagaur, Jhunjhunu, Alwar, Pali, Bhilwara, Jalore, Barmer, Sirohi, Ajmer, Rajasthan, Karimnagwar, khammam, Warangal, Raichur, Nalgonada, Guntur, Kurnool, Bijapur, Uttarkannad, bellary, Anantapur, Prakasam, chitoor, kolar, dharampuri, salem, coimbatore, mysore, hasan, kolar, chikmagaluru