Indian Granite are 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 granite's from India are hard in nature and takes an excellent polish. The quality of these granite's is superior to Chinese and Brazilian granite. The quarries are spread over the northern and southern India.

SRI MURUGA GRANITE'S & MARBLES is one of the leading miners, extractors and exporter of Indian granite. At SRI MURUGA GRANITE'S & MARBLES, we produce high-quality Indian Granite Colours in different designs and shades at our state of the art factories.

Most of the granite quarries are in the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana.

The major processing of granite is done in Bangalore and Tamil Nadu. The two cities are the capitals of Indian Granite. There are hundreds of manufacturing, processing and export units in these cities.

The major export of Granite is done in India by the merchant and manufacturer exporters from these two cities. China and Italy are Block buyers, while other countries generally buy slabs from India.

Our Granites are available at the following sizes.


Standard Slab Sizes

Large Gangsaw(2800mm & above x 1800mm & above)

Medium Gangsaw(2200mm & above x 1200mm & above)

Vertical Cutter(2200mm & above x 600~900mm)

Premium Quality Slab Sizes

When available 3000+mm x 2000+mm

Granite Countertops

Free length or made to your dimensions, standard sizes are

2400~3200 x 600/630/700/900/1000/1200 x 30 mm

Memorial/Monumental Slabs

50mm through to 200mm thick are cut to customer specifications, please Contact Us with the material(s), sizes and finishes you require.

Granite Tiles

Amba White granite Premium & Commercial quality calibrated, bevelled & grooved matching granite tiles.

Standard Tile Sizes

305 x 305 x 10 mm (12" x 12" x ⅜")

610 x 305 x 10 mm (24" x 12" x ⅜")

400 x 400 x 10 mm (15¾" x 15¾" x ⅜")

457 x 457 x 10/12 mm (18" x 18" x ⅜~½")

610 x 610 x 15/18 mm (24" x 24" x ⅗~¾")

Furthermore 305/400/457/610 mm x Free length, normally up to 2000mm (78.75") for you to cut to length on site. Longer lengths can easily be produced HOWEVER this could possibly create an on-site handling and cutting production challenge.

Granite Finishes:

Minimum Order Quantity: One container load i.e. 400 sqm or 27 tonnes for 2 cm thickness and 280 sqm or 27 tonnes for 3 cm thickness.


ABSOLUTE BLACK GRANIIE is a stunning black bedrock and it is almost perfect in its uniform color. It is quarried in southern India and has a few other common industry names such as Jet-Black Granite, Nero Absolute Granite, and Telephone Black Granite. It is incredibly popular due to its unique flawless appearance and can fit in with a variety of kitchen décor types.

From afar this stone is pure black. There are no variations, no mineral deposits, and no imperfections that can be seen.

Absolute black granite has the lowest amount of variation between slabs that it is possible to have. Every slab will look literally almost identical. When absolute black granite countertops are combined with white kitchen cabinets the monochrome effect is outstanding. The dark deep and flawless black countertops look sleek and strong compared to the white of the cabinets.

With dark cabinets absolute black almost takes a backseat. Its intense black simply accentuates the dark color of the cabinets and amplifies their tones.

Absolute Black Granite's can be used for Kitchen Counter-tops, Flooring, Bathroom Tiles, Tombstone, Kitchen-splash, Stair Case, Window Sills.

Absolute Black Granite Slabs: Absolute Black Granite are generally used for making counter-tops.

Absolute Black Granite Tiles: Tiles of Absolute Black Granite are mainly used for floor tiles, wall tiles, and black-splash.


Astoria Granite is a stone quarried throughout India. It is also commonly called ivory chiffon, Kashmir crème granite, millennium cream granite and ivory cream granite.

Astoria granite is predominantly a creamy gold color which captures the eye from afar. This gold can range all the way from a slightly off-white color – to a color that resembles wet sand.

It contains dark minerals that make up about 5% of the stones overall mass. This results in the creamy gold being mixed with darker brown spots and occasionally brown veins.

Astoria granite will be a very warm and natural feel to a room. The shining quartz crystals will make the slab stand out and be instantly noticed.


Black Forest Granite symbolizes action that has a great choice for granite stone lovers. With the capacity of enduring temperatures, the black forest granite is considered as best for a number of Interior projects namely counter-tops, stairs, walls and floors.

Black Forest Granite with snow white swirls and stripes the black forest granite from south india can easily boost the quality of both interior and exterior. Black Forest Granite is a highly variational and durable stone with loads of unique features. Black Forest Granite has a dark black background, a dark black/green tinge or black with grey/white pinhead sized spotting. ... Black Forest Granite from India is a Black, grey, White colored slab with a polished, leathered or honed finish.


Black Galaxy Granite is a black gabbric granite quarried Near Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, South India. It is fine to medium-grained with golden-yellow sparkling bornite scales however the density and size of these scales will vary depending upon the source quarry.

This granite does have a dark black background, a dark black/green tinge or black with grey/white pinhead sized spotting. All types will have golden specks in them however there are two distinct types: small/medium flake and large flake (popcorn). There are many different quarries of Black Galaxy granite therefore the background color and flecking can vary considerably.

Black Galaxy granite is undoubtedly one of the world's most popular and successful granite's amount other granite's. It is important to stress that for large projects it is essential to source the Black Galaxy granite from the same quarry supply since mixing background colors will be very noticeable.

Application: Counter tops, Mosaic, Wall Tiles, Floor, Windows Sills


Black Pearl granite is a stunning grey and black stone with metallic silver mineral deposits. It is quarried in India and is commonly also known as silver pearl granite.

The bedrock of this stone is a deep dark black in color. It does not make up much of the stones overall surface area as it is hidden by the large quantities of minerals that are present.

Dotted around Black Pearl are an array of stunning silver metallic minerals. These stunning little patches are usually around the same size as the grey minerals above.

Black pearl granite is a tough and durable stone and is not known to stain or scratch easily. Because it is a dark stone however it will show up dirt and fingerprints very easily.

The light grey / silver mineral deposits will be hidden slightly by the darkness and the stone will appear a bit more black than grey and obviously the sliver minerals will not be given a chance to shine as much.

These silver minerals are one of the main things that attract viewers to this stone. The granite is said to have a low-level of variation This means that no matter what it is called, black or silver pearl granite.

Application: Countertops, Mosaic, Wall Tiles, Floor, Windows Sills


Coffee brown granite is one of those granites that looks exactly like it sounds. It is renowned for its stunning deep brown colors and is very popular for usage in kitchen countertops. It is quarried in India and is not commonly known by any other industry names.

From afar the overall appearance of this granite is a very dark brown or even black. It looks very uniform from a distance and no distinctive patterns or veins can usually be seen.

The bedrock of the granite is black, it can range from deep dark black – through to a kind of deep dark navy blue color.

What gives this stone its beauty (and its name) are the stunning brown mineral deposits that are littered throughout every slab. They can range in color from a milky coffee brown, through to a deep chocolate brown. Dotted around the stone are also little white quartz deposits. These stunning little minerals are not very frequent when compared to the brown minerals (about 5% of the stones mass at most). This type of granite is said to have a very low level of variation between different slabs. The quartz is the main variant between slabs – but it is so unnoticeable anyway it does not really make a huge difference. This granite is very durable and is not commonly known to scratch or stain easily.

In rooms without much natural light the brown minerals can almost be lost within the black bedrock. While they will still be noticeable up close – from a distance the stone will much look darker, and much more uniform. Conversely in light rooms the stone will appear much brighter and browner, and the patterns produced by the brown minerals will be much more pronounced.


Colonial Cream Granite is possibly the most popular form of granite used in residential settings. It is used throughout the world for – mainly for flooring and kitchen countertops.

Colonial Cream is exclusively quarried in India and features white / ivory patterns, with gold and brown veins. Due to its complex mineral content no two batches of this granite will look alike. It is commonly stated to be one of the most diverse types of granite in terms of variation within the stone.

In the kitchen colonial cream granite countertops can be utilized to work with any existing color of cabinets:

With white cabinets..

The Colonial Cream / White Countertop combination can be used to create either a homely antiquated look, or a super modern posh feeling.

With Dark cabinets…

A stunning combination of colonial cream with dark stained counter tops (the snow outside looks awesome too!)


Colonial gold granite is a stunning cream and white stone that is loved for its golden cream tones. It is quarried in India and is occasionally called café cream granite. It’s a great stone that looks at home in any kitchen.

Due to the high level of variation between slabs this granite can have a variety of different appearances from afar. At a distance its overall color is always a stunning creamy tone – depending upon the slab this can be very light cream, or can be a warm golden color. From afar its appearance can be reasonably uniform – or it can be heavily patterned, with visible golden mineral deposits and veins.

The overall cream color of this stone is provided by the stunning bedrock. This can make up anywhere between 50% to 70% of the stones overall mass. The bedrock is usually very uniform in its color – which creates a great light / neutral backdrop for the complex patterns created by the mineral deposits we will list below.

The stone is littered with small grey mineral deposits, these are actually quartz and can range in color from a very light grey (almost white), through to a medium grey. These stunning little crystals add a shine and sparkle to the stone – and look great when exposed to lots of natural light. They are usually quite infrequent and make up around 10% of the stones overall mass on average.

The large golden patches that give this granite its name are the most predominant feature of most slabs. They can range drastically in size and can cover anywhere between 20% and 70% of the stones surface. They can range in color from a very light amber, all the way through to a stunning warm golden tone. They are usually found in both isolated patches – and large long winding veins. They complement the grey quartz deposits and the cream bedrock beautifully creating a warm and luxurious effect.


Colonial White Granite is a blend of pale grey with cloudy silver, accented by black speckles, and dark rose mineral deposits. ... The creamy background of the stone allows you to have a predominantly white kitchen that does not appear too cold.

Colonial White Granite is a premium quality white-colored granite from India. The color of this granite is creamy white with small brown and chocolate color garnets. This is one of the preferred choices for Kitchen Countertops and flooring. The very bright color of this beautiful granite allows the builder to use it in the flooring of darker areas.

Quarries of Colonial White Granite are located in Tamil Nadu State in India.


Slabs of Colonial White Granite are popular for making Kitchen Counter-tops and large area flooring. The big slabs are a little expensive since there is a big gap in demand and supply. Small slabs are cheap in the price and more affordable than big slabs.

Colonial White Granite Tiles

The tiles are used for wall cladding and flooring. This granite has a variation in color and pattern. However, it is more consistent in color and pattern that much white granite available. Following are popular sizes available in this white granite :

Colonial White is a premium quality granite from India. You can use this granite for your Kitchen Counter-tops and flooring. This granite is one of the replacements for the Kashmir White Granite. Colonial White is a more bright version of the Kashmir White. This granite looks beautiful in Kitchen with White, Grey and Brown Cabinets. You can use back-splash with any dark granite or colonial white itself. Most people have positive reviews about this granite. It is nonporous, strong, heat resistant, and it takes very good polishing.

This is a beautiful white and cream colored granite. If you are looking for a bright color granite for counter-tops and flooring, this is one of the best choices. You can use a dark color cabinet and grey cabinets with this granite. This Granite is also a very good alternative to River White Granite. This is a very good hard and strong stone for making floors and staircases as well. This is a premium quality stone and if you are not looking for budget granite this is the best choice.


One of the most popular brown granites that needs no introduction is desert brown granite. This stunning stone is also occasionally called Merry Wood Granite or Nova Brown Granite.

As the name suggests desert brown is an primarily brown stone. The browns can range in color from a very light milky coffee brown, to a medium brown. When combined with the rest of the minerals below the overall effect from afar is usually a medium brown color.

There are lighter brown minerals that make up a reasonable part of this stones overall mass. They are usually very consistent in their brightness – and accentuate the main brown colour perfectly.

Dotted regularly throughout the stone you will see various black mineral deposits. These can range in size from no more than a pinpoint – up to the size of a quarter. They are very prominent from close or afar and are a defining feature of this stone.

Desert brown has a very low amount of variation within the granite even when slabs are purchased from different quarries. The browns are very consistent in their color, and the size of the black minerals very rarely break away from its typical sizing.

It is very popular for use in projects that require a large amount of granite – such as flooring. This is due to its low amount of variation.


Imperial white granite is a stone that is renowned for its beauty – despite its name, it is actually often more grey than white. It is quarried in several quarries throughout India and is not commonly known by any other industry names.

This white bedrock is intertwined with grey minerals which make up between 20% and 30% of this stones mass. The grey minerals are usually very uniform in color and are mainly quite a light shade of grey.

This slab of imperial white granite is certainly more grey than white – which is quite a nice effect

Speckled over this beautiful combination of white stone and grey minerals, is a black mineral. It is only usually found in isolated spots and really adds some interest and depth when the stone is viewed up close. These black minerals are nearly invisible from a distance – which means imperial white granite looks very white and grey from afar – some have even commented that it can look a little bland.

Occasionally you will also found slight patches of a light brown or cream within the stone – while it does not have as much of this mineral as something like Kashmir white – it is certainly present.

This type of granite has a medium level of variation. The main variance will be the density of the grey veins that make up a vast amount of this stone. They can be barely visible creating a very clean and white look – or they can be overpowering and actually make the granite look much more grey than white.

The distinct clean white and grey color of imperial white granite is very striking. Its calm color combinations can add a feeling of peace and serenity to a room.


Ivory fantasy granite is a stone that is renowned for its creamy colors and pinkish tones. It is quarried in India and is not commonly known by any other names. It’s a prefect stone for countertops – lets learn a little more…

From afar ivory fantasy looks like a predominantly off white stone with a slight pink tinge to it. It does not look uniform from this distance and it is possible to see that there are darker minerals that make up the composition of this stone.

The off-white reveals itself to be a gorgeous pink tone mainly, with patches of an ivory coloured white peeking through. The pink tone also varies in color, with some places being almost brown in appearance and others being a dark peach color.

There are darker mineral deposits too that are much less frequent in size and density. These can range from a grey to a very dark blue in color and create a very dramatic effect.

Ivory fantasy granite does not vary very much with light conditions, and is suitable for use in rooms both with and without a lot of natural light.

Due to the complex mineral compositions of this granite it is considered to have a medium amount of variation between different slabs. The size and density of the pink patches can vary quite significantly.


Kashmir White granite is undoubtedly one of the most popular granites in the market. It is quarried in several quarries in southern India in large amounts, it has no other common industry names.

It is a truly stunning stone that certainly deserves all the recognition it has. It does however have a few downsides which many people are unaware of. Is it right for your kitchen? Let’s find out…

From afar Kashmir white is a predominantly white stone. But its overall appearance is generally a very light grey in color (due to the mineral deposits we will discuss in just a second).

The white bedrock reveals its self to be an even brighter and lighter white than it appeared to be from afar. It is as pure as pure can be.

The main mineral that is present is a light grey mineral that can range from only very slightly darker than the white bedrock – to a medium grey in places. What makes this mineral extra special is that in places it can have a very light red tinge to it.

There are also frequent patches of a very light brown mineral, it is so light that it is almost yellow in color. Dotted around the stone will also be spots of red mineral deposits. These are usually very small in size and rarely exceed the size of a water droplet. These red mineral deposits are usually a very deep dark red / burgundy and elegantly add a little color to the stone (while not overpowering the fresh white appearance the stone has overall). These mineral deposits can occasionally be so dark that they are actually brown in appearance – but this is less common.


Madura gold granite is a stone that needs no introduction. Its stunning peachy golden tones are guaranteed to warm any kitchen. It is quarried in Tamil Nadu. The overall effect from this distance is reasonably uniform, however you may be able to see slight variations in the color where the darker mineral deposits are located.

The bedrock of this stone is a stunning cream color, however not much of it is usually that visible as it is covered in several stunning minerals.

Large golden peach mineral deposits make up the bulk of this stones mass. They are found in both isolated patches and long winding veins. They can range in color from light cream, through to a soft peach color.

Several medium brown areas are also visible. These stunning mineral deposits are also found in patches and veins. They are generally consistent in their light rusty brown color. These minerals are much less common than the peachy ones and will generally make up between 10% and 20% of the stones surface area.

They are almost red in their appearance and range in color from deep dark brown (almost black in places) through to a deep red or burgundy color. The deep dark tones of the wood are a great complement to the granite.

Madura gold is a very resilient stone and will not stain or scratch easily providing it is treated with a reasonable amount of care. Its light color and detailed patterns will also hide dirt and fingerprints easily – meaning you will not have a huge amount of additional cleaning to do to keep it in tip top condition!


Moon White Granite Is one of the whitest of white granites. Moon white is quarried in Hyderabad, India. It is produced with average production levels, making it a mid range stone in terms of availability and has been quarried for over 20 years.

It is characterized by its very uniform white color that can occasionally be slightly yellowish. It is dotted with mineral deposits that have made amazing grey swirls throughout the stone. It is then speckled with black or occasionally very deep navy blue sections that create quite a mesmerizing appearance.

It has a very low amount of variation in mineral density which means you can be pretty sure your granite will look exactly like slabs you may have seen while doing research. It is also available in exceptionally large pieces should you wish to create stunning single piece countertops.


River White Granite is quarried in India in large quantities and is not commonly known by any other industry names. Its stunning white, grey and red tones make it a great choice for countertops in any type of kitchen. Let’s take a deeper look into what makes this stone so popular.

The bedrock of this granite is a very light grey in color – almost white. It is usually very even and will on average make up about 60% to 80% of a slabs overall surface area.

Littered throughout the stone are long winding veins of a grey mineral. This mineral can vary in color from a light grey (noticeably darker than the bedrock) through to a dark grey in color. However 9 times out of 10 it will usually be a soft medium grey in color. This grey mineral can make up anywhere between 20% and 40% of a slabs overall surface area and complements the grey / white bedrock beautifully.

What river white granite is most famous for is its stunning tiny red mineral deposits. They can make up around between 2% and 7% of a stones overall surface area – and they are truly magnificent. They are usually a red that is slightly lighter than burgundy – but can look a little brighter due to being set against the light greys and whites of the bedrock. There is a low amount of variation within different slabs of this granite.

The main factors that will vary are the amount of the red minerals that are present and the color of the grey minerals. The grey minerals can differ in their shade, but are usually always light. The red minerals will always be the same color – but some slabs can have a higher amount of them than others.


Tan brown granite is one of the most popular brown granites out there. Its complex and interesting patterns really make it a stone to be admired and desired by all. It has no other common names and is quarried in the Andhra, and Hyderbad regions of southern India.

When seen from afar this stone is clearly a two tone granite and both the black and brown minerals in this stone are very visible creating an irresistible effect which draws the eye of anyone who enters the room.

They are very lightly mottled with lighter grey tones which help lighten the stones overall appearance slightly. However it becomes very apparent that the brown minerals that give this stone its name are much more varied in color than when viewed from afar.

The brown spots can range from almost metallic copper brown in color through to dark chocolate brown in some sections. The darker browns are usually less common, and the overall appearance will be of the light copper brown in general. The darker browns simply accentuate the already stunning color combination of the light brown and blacks in the stone.

There is really not a lot of variation in the mineral content of this stone. You may occasionally find a slab that has much more dark brown than normal. However the overall density and ratio of the brown minerals will remain the same. You may find that the light brown is overpowered and provides a very different deeper effect.