This art came to India with Usta artists from Iran brought here by the emperors. It flourished in the Mughal period in courts and palaces. In the time of Akbar, a group of seven Usta artists came to Bikaner. The craftsmanship and skill of these famous artists can be seen even today in the rooms of the Junagarh fort.
After the required design is made, powdered pitcher clay is used for embossing. After this, it is painted and gold is applied where required. Ink is then applied with a brush made of squirrel hair and different colours are filled into the design.
Inspired from the cultural heritage of India and depicting our creative excellence, these artifacts come in various shapes, figures and finishes. Made from quality Makarana marble, these are highly durable, extremely elegant and eye catching. The intricate carving and the perfect blend of colors is reflected through our range of decorative items.
Sensing the upcoming demands of the marble handicrafts and marble artifacts, we have put together a collection, specifically designed by skilled craftsmen. Understanding the varied choices of the clients, we have created this rather exquisite collection with great elan to set benchmarks in the industry.