Our ServicesCarving Work:
White makrana quarried from the Rajasthan and other parts of India like Fatehpur sikri and Agra, served as a royal stone for the mughals who used it extensively for the construction of various tombs and palaces. Its durability can easily be witnessed from its finest product in the form of Taj mahal . Moreover it also becomes easier for the craftsman to carve intricate floral designs because of its finer structure . These makrana marble craving in the from of jaali work has always been a specialty of the Indian craftsmen who work on these rigid geometrical designs with extreme precision. Its resistance to shattering give it an edge over other stones used for carving and sculpting. Besides makrana, alabaster is also popular in Agra due to its softness and closed resemblance to marble. Alabaster is a common name for soft, smooth and fine grained sedimentary gypsum rock, whose substantial thickness makes it slight translucent. It is used to make table lamp shade as it allows the light to pass through it. It is also used to make products such as containers, and various egg shaped decorative objects with the forms carved in floral jaali.