IMPORTED GRANITE IN INDIA, BY BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP INDIA RAJASTHAN KISHANGARH

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IMPORTED GRANITE SLABS IN INDIA
Imported Granite Slabs are available in many colors, finish, and polish; Imported Granite Slabs are mainly used in Designer Granite Flooring, Elevation, and Decorations.


Important Granite Slabs are mainly supplied by us and the price range is starts from RS 200 to 7000 per sq ft. Imported Granite Slabs are available online also.


Genuine Natural Material
Genuine natural stone including granite, marble, travertine, and others, are the natural choice for countertop surfaces. They are quarried from the ground and their natural state and sliced into slabs for use in your kitchens.


Granite is a naturally occurring rock formed in the earth’s crust from the cooling of lava composed of quartz, feldspar, mica, and various other minerals. So, manufacturing is required to produce granite countertops but the material itself is natural vs. man-made materials used to make other types of countertops. The majority of Granite stone is imported from Brazil, Italy, Spain, and Norway. Brazil is known for its granite quarries, while Italy produces a majority of marble and onyx.


Consider These Stunning Imported Granite
Imported granite is still a top favorite because of its uniqueness and beauty. If you choose granite countertops, you are in good company.
That said, some people seek to temper the distinctiveness of granite by choosing neutral colors and subdued patterns. While this is perfectly fine if you are looking to make it blend in with the rest of the elements in your kitchen, you are missing an opportunity to make a splash by simply making some bold choices with your granite.


You will most commonly find light colored granite countertops with gray and brown flecks and streaks. If you want your kitchen to stand out, you might want to choose something a bit more dramatic. Here are some stunning granite countertops that will dominate your kitchen.


Cosmic Black Granite Countertop
Cosmic Black granite is as different from your common granite as you can get. It is a distinctive stone in dramatic waves of black interspersed with widely-spaced white, amber, and burgundy streaks. You might almost believe you are looking down at the stars.


Cosmic Black also goes by the names Titanium Black, Asterix, and Saturnia, primarily found in South Africa, Italy, Brazil, and Spain. Geologically, it is not actually true granite because it is not an igneous rock. It is actually a phyllite rock of the gneiss variety, a metamorphic rock transformed from shale. It has many of the important characteristics of granite such as durability, which is why most people lump them together.


Cosmic Black comes in a wide variety of patterns, so it is important to see the actual slab you are getting before committing to it. It works very well as kitchen countertops and bathroom vanity tops, but it also looks fantastic as floor tiles and fireplace surrounds.


Cosmic Black is subtly dramatic and plays well with a wide range of kitchen styles. It looks well with readily available types of appliances, fixtures, and cabinets, so you need only consult your own personal cosmic taste when making your selections when renovating your kitchen.


Golden Silver Granite Countertop
On the opposite side of the awesome spectrum is Golden Silver granite, otherwise known as Gold and Silver or Silver Gold granite. It is yellow granite from Brazil with conspicuous streaks of silver-gray and white. Some slabs may have much more white than yellow, but it is nevertheless not white granite.


The description of Golden Silver granite might not sound dramatic, but when you see the slab, you can see why many people consider it a bold choice. The vibrancy of the otherwise neutral colors elevates it to the subtly elegant, and the right lighting picks up silver and gold tones that the drama. It is very versatile, working well with vintage-style and ultra-modern kitchens with equal aplomb.


Golden Arctic Granite Countertop
Golden Arctic granite, or Arctic Gold as some people call it, comes primarily from Brazil. It has a white background, which qualifies it as white granite and thus the arctic reference. The golden moniker comes from the visible crystals of black, brown, and amber.


Despite being white granite, this type of stone has a richness to it that makes it an excellent choice for the kitchen, whether indoors or outdoors. It spreads warmth in any type of kitchen, but it is particularly suitable for contemporary and traditional kitchens. You can match it with wood equally as well as with metal. This particular granite is available in a variety of finishes, including sandblasted, sanded, rock-faced, honed, and polished.


Baltic Blue Granite Countertops
Blue is currently trending for kitchens today, so Baltic Blue granite countertops are a fitting choice for a kitchen upgrade. This beautiful granite from Finland has a pulsating blue background interspersed with brownish crystals. The blue may be very light or very dark, depending on the slab you choose. So, you need to see the actual slab before you commit to it.


Baltic Blue looks best with a honed finish, as it accentuates the vibrancy of the stone colors. Use it with any style of kitchen, and the combination of blue and brown makes it an excellent way to transition colors in the kitchen as well as other rooms in a house with an open layout. It will look just as fantastic indoors or outdoors, so have no fear.


Giallo Matisse Granite Countertop
Giallo Matisse granite also goes by the names Golden Matisse and Amarillo Matisse. It comes from Brazil, and it is yellow granite with large gray veins and swirls. The most interesting aspect of this stone is the optical illusion of movement, which makes this granite a particularly dramatic addition to any kitchen or bathroom. The patterns may vary quite considerably, but it will always have that particular effect of motion.


Of course, the granite is predominantly yellow, which might restrict your color options. However, if you are looking for a vibrant hue for your kitchen or bathroom, yellow is a good way to go anyway.


INDIAN GRANITE V/S IMPORTED GRANITE BY BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Are you searching for the best-known Imported Granite Suppliers in India? Don’t worry, your search ends here. We are engaged in providing the stunning collection of imported Granite to our clients and that too at the leading market price. Our products are designed by using industry-recommended materials.


Dedicated Team of Professionals
Best one Impex has employed the talented minds in the country which are dedicated as well as experienced. These professionals understand clients’ requirements well and thus manufacture products accordingly. Owing to these adroit professionals, our company is counted amongst the leading Imported Importer & Granite Exporters in India.


Features of Imported Granite
  • Exquisite design
  • Shiny finish
  • Classic and modern looks
  • Available in all sizes
  • Instantly recognizable
  • Long-lasting life
  • Highly lustrous
  • Premium quality stone


Visit our online eBook catalog or Virtual showroom on our website now and buy stunning Imported Granite Collection in India with us.
Imported Granite Collection Products:
  • Angola Brown Granite
  • Atlantic Black Granite
  • Black Pearl
  • Blue Pearl
  • Blue Pearl Granite
  • Bora Granite
  • Botanica Green Granite
  • Cosmic Flash Granite
  • Fantasy Black Granite
  • Delicates Granite
  • Golden Persia Granite
  • Matrix Granite
  • Merlyn Blue Granite
  • Madagascar Blue Granite
  • Nairobi Black Granite
  • Red Pearl Granite
  • Titanio Granite
  • Volga Blue Granite
  • Wasabi Granite
  • White Pearl Granite


Indian Granite is one of the finest quality granite available. India is the largest granite exporter in the world. India exports about 80 to 85% of local granite all over the world. The granites from India are hard in nature and take an excellent polish.


  1. Indian & Imported Granites


  1. Imported Marble


  • Composite & Quartz Stone


  • Tiles


  • Sandstone & Kota Stone

Archiexpo

  • Quartzite Stone


  • GemStone Surface


  • Tile & Stone Adhesive


  • Wooden Flooring


  • UltraTech Bldg
Granite is a light-Colored igneous rock with grains large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It forms from the slow crystallization of magma below the Earth’s surface. Granite is composed mainly of quartz and feldspar with minor amounts of mica, amphiboles, and other minerals. This mineral composition usually gives granite a red, pink, gray, or white color with dark mineral grains visible throughout the rock.


Best Uses:
  • Flooring
  • Elevation Cladding
  • Kitchen Top
  • Bathroom & Washbasins counter
  • Table Top
  • Stairs
  • Pillars


COLLECTION OF INDIAN GRANITE AT BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Adhunik Brown
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Brown
Apple Green
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Green
Bala Flower
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Pink
Black Galaxy
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Black


Bush Paradiso
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Brown
Bruno Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Cadbury Brown
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown
Cats Eye
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Brown
Sira Grey
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Grey
Cherry Brown
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown
Chiku Pearl
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Grey
Chima Pink
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Pink
China White
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: White
Classic Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Coffee Brown
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Brown
Copper Silk
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Cotton White
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: White
Crystal Yellow
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Yellow
Devra Green
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Green
Tan Brown
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown


Gem Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Green Pearl
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Green
Hassan Green
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Green
S White
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: White
Jhansi Red
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Red
Khalda Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Lakha Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Lavender Blue
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Blue
Merry Gold
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown
Multi Red
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Red
P White
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: White
Paradiso
  • Origin: South India
  • Color: Pink
Rajasthan Black
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Black
Rajshree Red
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Rosy Pink
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Pink
Autumn Brown
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown
French Black
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Green
Leather Brown
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Brown
Rose Cats Eye
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Red
Shiva Gold
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Yellow
Shiva Ivory
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Ivory
Shiva Pink
  • Origin: North India
  • Color: Pink


Add by expert and export team of BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP INDIA RAJASTHAN KISHANGARH

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