Granite is a common construction material that can be used for worktops, countertops, and flooring. There are many types of granite available- from black to white and from gold to pink. However, the most famous type of granite has to be the south Indian variety.

South Indian granite is durable, beautiful, and colorful. These granite colors are very unique and famous for their strength and beauty. These granites are some of the toughest and most durable, making them a preferred choice for many homeowners and builders. In addition to being strong, these granites offer gorgeous colors that are unique to this area.

What South Indian Granites Are Known For?

South Indian Granite is a beautiful natural stone (naturstein) and is mostly known for its range of colors, textures, and finishes. The best thing about these Granites is that they are very durable and weather-resistant. Granites from south India are a good choice because, not only can they last a lifetime, but also they can withstand all weather conditions and are extensively used for kitchen countertops, flooring, memorials, and outdoor or indoor projects. Highly resistant to heat, cold, moisture, and sunlight, this granite comes in unique colors and are world-famous for their beauty.

Most Popular Colors of South Indian Granite

The colors in these South Indian granites are created by natural mineral deposits of quartz which makes these granites even more special. These granite colors are very unique and famous for their strength and beauty. You can use these stones to make granite countertops or other surfaces in your home because of their durability and rich colors. In this blog, we will explore some of the most popular colors that you might come across while shopping for your next countertop or other projects.

Tan Brown Granite

Tan Brown granite has a beautiful and elegant appearance. It has a light grey color with brown undertones which gives it a unique and natural look. The presence of two different colors also gives this type of granite a very well-defined and detailed appearance. The best part about this type of granite is that it can be installed in both interior and exterior spaces. Tan brown has been around for some time and has been used in many different ways such as countertops, flooring (bodenbelag), wall cladding (Verkleidung), and even vanity tops.

south indian granite-tan brown granite

Coffee Brown Granite

The coffee brown granite stone is one of the most popular varieties of South Indian granite in the market today. It is a natural stone that makes use of different shades of brown tones to give it its natural look. The coffee brown granite stone comes in a beautiful brown background with crystal-looking coffee and chocolate hues spread all over the stone. Coffee Brown Granite is not just pleasing to the eyes, they have powerful features like long-lastingness, resistance to stains, and low maintenance. 

coffee brown granite

Himalayan Blue Granite

Himalayan Blue is a granite stone extracted from the southern part of India. It has a background of light blue color and features orange streaks and swirls across its surface, creating an exciting and enticing appearance. Use this stone to instill a sense of luxury and prestige in both commercial and residential properties.

Himalayan Blue Granite Slab

River White Granite

River White South Indian granite has burgundy flecks that are perfect for introducing a welcoming atmosphere to any space. Gray veins running through its pattern give it a durable look that can be both subtle and striking depending on the pattern you choose. River white granite is available as tiles and slabs (platten), making it an ideal stone for kitchen countertops, backsplashes, flooring, paving stones, or any other space you have in mind.

south indian granite-river blue granite

Paradiso Bash Granite

The sophisticated combination of brown, grey, golden swirls and veins on an elegant brown background features one of our exclusive stones – Paradiso Bash Granite. Because it is low porosity, high durability, and also dense, quite unlike any other stone out there. It has become so much in demand among customers who are looking to have used or would like to have an indoor or outdoor space beautifully graced with this brilliant fine granite.

South Indian Granite - Paradiso Bash Granite

Black Pearl Granite

Black pearl has an elegant look that makes it one of the most popular black granites from south India. It is often used to make black granite floor tiles (Fliesen), wall cladding, kitchen countertops (Arbeitsplatte), and vanities. Because of its high versatility, it can be paired with various interior designs to give a refreshing contrast in looks. Depending on how it’s to be applied or which finish you choose, black pearl granite can take multiple finishes as polished, flamed, bush-hammered, and leather. At Madhav Marbles and Granite Ltd, there are more colors and varieties available in multiple dimensions and finishes.

south indian granite-black pearl granite

Kashmir White Granite

Kashmir white granite (granit)  is one kind of south Indian granite that has an amazing aesthetic appeal and can bring about our most prominent styling ideas for both buildings inside and out. It is a versatile material that can make for beautiful flooring, stone countertops, kitchen backsplashes, paving both interior and exterior spaces. Kashmir white granite slabs go beyond simple décor to add uniqueness and elegance to any space.

South Indian Granite - Kashmir White Granite

Madhav Marbles & Granites Ltd (MMGL) – Offers Top South Indian Granites 

If you are looking for a top manufacturer and supplier of South Indian Granite, you have come to the right place. Madhav Marble and Granite Ltd is one of the leading suppliers in India as well as the US and European market with more than three decades of experience.

We have the expertise and capability to provide you with all your needs for your upcoming construction (bau) and renovation projects. From granite slabs to granite tiles, we provide it all. Browse through our site to find out more about what we offer.

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