Nimbahera stone is a kind of limestone which is found near Nimbahera city in the Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan, India. It is blue or yellow  in colour and inferior to Kotah Stone. this stone is used as major raw material in cement plants; in fact, there are a lot of cement plants in Chittorgarh district and specially in nimbahera because of the stone’s availability in the region.

Nimbahera stone is a kind of limestone which is found near Nimbahera city in the Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan, India. It is blue in colour and inferior to Kota Stone. It is used as major raw material in cement plants; in fact, there are a lot of cement plants in Chittorgarh district and specially in Nimbahera because of the stone’s availability in the region.

Nimbahera stone

Nimbaherastone is the natural available stones which bear a different blend of shades and color that makes them look very attractive and colorful. The Nimbaherastone price is very low than kota stoe and tandur stone so it is used for flooring of warehouse & wall cladding for giving architectural look in the flooring and on the cladding of the walls to enhance the beauty of the building. For taking more beauty and grace, multicolored price of Nimbaherastones are used in the interior of the building. The rich greenish-blue and brown colors of this stone are most popular and it is an excellent building stone.

Nimbahera stone price

Size              Rate 

1×1                 15/-sq ft 

2×1                 18/-sq ft 

2×2                 22/-sq ft 

2×3                 26/-sq ft 

2×4               30/-sq ft 

both side natural, thickness- 18-32mm,color- multi-color.

Nimbahera stone

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  • Sizes – 2’x2′,2’x3′,2’x4’…
  • Thickness – 20-32mm
  • Form – cut-to-size and slab size
  • Stone type – lime stone
  • price range – 14/-sq.ft. upto 48/-sq.ft.
  • product id – 345666344
  • Color – blue or yellow
  • Uses – flooring and parking

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Nimbahera stone
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Nimbahera stone is a kind of limestone which is found near Nimbahera city in the Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan, India. It is blue in colour and inferior to Kota Stone. It is used as major raw material in cement plants; in fact, there are a lot of cement plants in Chittorgarh district and specially in Nimbahera because of the stone's availability in the region
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