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MARBLE

The term "Marble" is derived from Latin word "Marmor" which itself
comes from the Greek root "Marmaros" meaning thereby a shining
stone. Technically marble is a recrystallised, compact variety of
metamorphosed limetone capable of taking polish. Commercially,
marble is any crystalline rock composed predominantly of calcite,
dolomiteorserpentine,having34hardness,whichcanbeexcavated
asblocksandcanbesawedandtakesgoodpolish.

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The term "Marble" is derived from Latin word


"Marmor" which itself comes from the Greek root
"Marmaros" meaning thereby a shining stone.
Technically marble is a recrystallised, compact
variety of metamorphosed limetone capable of taking
polish. Commercially, marble is any crystalline rock
composed predominantly of calcite, dolomite or
serpentine, having 34 hardness, which can be
excavated as blocks and can be sawed and takes
goodpolish.

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GEOGRAPHICALDISTRIBUTION
Rajasthan is the richest state in the
country with regards to marble deposits
bothinqualityandquantity.Thestateis
most important centre (Mandi) of marble
processing in the country with about
95% of the total processing units.
Rajasthan possesses large reserves of
about 1100 million tonnes (M.T) of good
quality marble. The important marble
depositsare:

Makarana
Albeta

Makarana
Doongari

Makarana
Kumari

FanyBrown
Churu

AndhiIndo

Andhi
ModernArt

Jaisalmer
Yellow

Jaisalmer
Yellow

Bhainslana
Black

JhiriOnyx

Rampura
Black

FancyGreen
Bidasar

Keshariyaji
SeaGreen

Olive
Keshariyaji

Agaria

Morwar

Nagaur : Makrana, Borawad (white),


Chausira, Dungri, Paharkuan (pink),
Kumari, Ulodi, Pink Range, Kala Nada
Talab.
Jaipur : Bhainslana, Kotputli, Andhi,
Raisala,Nimla,TodiKaBas.
Alwar : Jhiri, Rajgarh, Dadhikar,
Badampur, Kho, Baldegarh, Moti
Dungari,Malana,Goverdhanpura
Dausa:Dagota.
Jaislamer : Moolsagar, Amarsagar,
Badabag,Habur,Sipla,Jethwai,Narpia.
Rajsamand : Kotri, Amet, Morwad,
Agaria, Parvati, Morchana, Kelwa, Vani,
SapravKaGuda,ThodiNijharana,Talai,
Umti,Jhanjer,Arna.
Pali : BarSendra, Diyana, Khiwandi,
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Sarangwa,Kantatiya,Sarangwa,Kundal,
Dujara.
Banswara : Vithaldev, Tripura Sundari,
Kotharia, KhemaTalai, BhanwariaTalai,
OdaBassi, Bhimkund, Prithvipura,
Paloda.
.Udaipur : Babarmal, Devimata (Pink),
Rikhabdev, Odwas, Masaron Ki Obri,
(Green), Darauli, Tidi, Jaspura, Paduna,
Manpur, Lohagarh, Sarvadi, Modi
Chipala(White),KelaKuan(Black).
Bundi:Umar,Pagara.
Sirohi : Selwara, Iderla, PerwaSerwa,
Khandra,Deri,Morthala,Ajari.
Dungarpur:Sabla,NandiliDad(calcitic),
Peeth, Manpur, Dachki, Rohanwara,
MalSurata(GreenSerpentinitic).
Ajmer : Sursura, Narwar, KaliDungari,
Torka, Ladpura, Roopnagar, Saradhana,
Kekri,Umaria,Sawar,Ganeshnagar.
Sikar:KelaDungari(Maonda),Patan.
Jodhpur : Pachori, Chadi, Au, Moriya
Munjasar,IndolaiKiDhani.
Bhilwara : Jahajpur, Sarankhera, Kanti,
Munjras, Panchanpura, Malola, Pansel,
Manohargarh,Asind,Banera,Shahpura.
Chittaurgarh:MandalDeh.
Churu:Dunkar,Charla,Bidasar.

CHEMICALPROPERTIESOF
MARBLE:
MarbleArea CaO

MgO

SiO2

Fe2 O3

LOI

Jhiri,Alwar 2633 2125 0.013.18 0.731.01 4047


Tripura
Sundari,
Banswara

32

Mandaldeh,
35.92
Chittaurgarh

2324

<=23.4

3.01

18.52

0.200.84 4244

2.93

33.18

Sandwa,
Churu

3137

13
22.6

<=6.44

Dungarpur

48.18

2.04

10.75

1.13

35.55

Bhainslana,
4854
Jaipur

24

13

1.53

3545

8.70

0.48

42.83

Phalodi,
Jodhpur

39.03

9.36

Makrana,
Nagaur

5056

0.8
1.8

Rajnagar

3033 1625

Sirohi

51.49

0.120.26 4546

34.8
43.2

0.331.20 0.100.28
0.017.6

0.120.95 3644

0.90

8.52

0.54

39.36

Keshariyaji,
18.56 21.29
Udaipur

31.51

5.33

21.82

14.35

0.28

24.00

Babarmal,

20.79

Udaipur

2.21

TECHNICALINFORMATIONOFMARBLE
Water
Density, Modulus Compressive
Technical
Abrassion
of
Absorption,
bulk
Details
strength
resistance
rupture,
%by
specific
towear
N/mm2

weight
gravity
N/mm2
ASTM/
Indian
Standard

Flexural
strength,
N/mm2

IS1237
IS4860
Guidelines Guidelines

C97

C97

C99

Dry Wet

Dry

Wet

Makrana

0.04

2.68

14

16

88

81

3.1

3.2

16

AndhiIndo

0.05

2.68

13

11

130

109

6.6

6.8

11

Andhi
Modernart

0.08

2.68

14

17

94

114

3.8

4.1

16

JhiriOnyx

0.06

2.68

9.00

142

108

5.5

5.7

Agaria,
Rajnagar

0.06

2.84

17

16

106

102

4.0

4.2

15

Morwad,
Rajnagar

0.04

2.84

12

13

111

80

3.1

3.2

13

Keshariyaji
Green

0.07

2.66

42

35

286

194

1.1

1.2

35

Bidasar

2.382.43

2.55
2.47

83
81

1.45

1.6

1220

Phalodi

0.64

2.62

116

2.0

2.2

20

C170

Area

19 13 138
24 20 114
15

21

212

Avg. Mxm.
Wear Wear
mm mm

CLAS S I FI CATI ON

Marble has been classified into 10 groups by Bureau of Indian


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Standards (Indian Standard Institute i.e. ISI) (IS 11301969) on


the basis of colour, shade and pattern. Rajasthan is the most
fortunate state where all the 10 groups specified below are
occurring:

1.PlainWhiteMarble
3.WhiteVeinedMarble
5.BlackZebraMarble
7.PinkAdangaMarble
9.GreyMarble

2.PantherMarble
4.PlainBlackMarble
6.GreenMarble
8.PinkMarble
10.BrownMarble

P ROCE S S I NG OF MARBLE
A large number of processing centres have been developed in the state at Makarana, Jaipur,
Alwar, Ajmer, Udaipur, Nathdwara, Rajsamand, Morchana, Amet, Abu Road, Kishangarh,
Banswara,Chittaurgarh,Sirohietc.wheremorethan1100gangsawsand50automatictilingplants
areinoperation.Alargenumberoftinyunitsarealsoworking.

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