Monuments are vital part of life and death. It is an opportunity given to us to make our personal statement for history. India’s stone industry today focuses on monuments, artifacts and sculptures.
Today, India is one of the largest producers and exporters of monuments/stones to all the Continents in the world. What is more! Specialty stone blocks from other countries are brought to India value added and re-exported. No wonder, an amazing array of Indian monuments are erected worldwide showcasing the most vibrant, stunning and stupendous work – an outcome of creativity, existing from time immemorial.
India is bestowed with some of the most beautiful granite deposits than any other country in the world. It boasts of more than 150 different colours and shades. Indian Granite is popular all over the world for its quality and vibrant colours.
Southern part of India is famous for its Indian Absolute Black, Paradiso, Ruby Red, violet blue, Imperial Red, Himalayan Blue, Kashmir White, Imperial White, Multi Colour, Indian Juparana,kunnan black,C1,C2,M1h,Y1,Y2,M10,Siragrey,Gingagrey,Bahamablue,Bangrey,Hassangreen,Mudugalgrey,pepperblack,Royal green etc., and other popular colours such as Vizaq Blue, Jhansi Red, Forest Green, Lavender Blue, Marina Blue, etc., come from the other parts of India.
Virtually there is no domestic market consumption for Monuments in India and therefore the entire production is exported to countries such as Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Norway, New Zealand, UK, USA, etc.
Germany is the largest importer of Indian Monuments followed by USA, UK, Holland and Australia.