|Application Area:||Building stone, interior, exterior, wall, floor, pool coping, sills, paving stone|
|Tiles:||30 x 30, 60 x 30, 60 x 60 and 60 x 90 cm with thickness 2 cm, 3 cm, 4 cm, 5 cm, 6 cm.|
|Slabs:||30 x 30, 60 x 30, 60 x 60 and 60 x 90 cm with thickness 2 cm, 3 cm, 4 cm, 5 cm, 6 cm.|
|Finishes:||Natural Surface, Brushed, Tumbled, Sandblasted, Bush Hammered|
|Edges:||Machine Cut, Hand Cut|
Colonial Sandstone is a highly sought-after building material due to its durability, beauty, and versatility. Quarried in the Garada Region of Bundi District of Rajasthan, it is a sedimentary rock composed of sand grains cemented by natural minerals and in colours such as beige, brown, grey, and orange. During the colonial era, people used colonial sandstone for building foundations, walls, chimneys, and fireplaces. It is still popular and often used for renovating historic homes and buildings.
At Harsha Stones, we offer various finishes for colonial sandstone, including brushed, tumbled, sandblasted, and bush hammered. The stone can be used in traditional and modern architectural styles and is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications.
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Colonial sandstone is a sedimentary rock composed of sand-sized grains of mineral,
gravel, or organic material.
Colonial sandstone is typically light brown or beige in colour, with variations in shade
depending on the quarry it is sourced from.
Colonial sandstone is a durable and long-lasting material that is resistant to weathering,
making it ideal for use in outdoor applications such as paving, wall cladding, and landscaping. It also
has a natural beauty and texture that can add an attractive element to any project.
Colonial sandstone is primarily found in the Indian state of Rajasthan, known for its rich
Colonial sandstone is formed over millions of years through the accumulation and
cementation of sand-sized grains of mineral, rock, or organic material.
Colonial sandstone is relatively low-maintenance and can be cleaned with mild detergent
and water. However, it may require occasional sealing to protect against staining.
Yes, Colonial sandstone can be used outdoors for paving, wall cladding, and other
Colonial sandstone is generally less expensive than other types of natural stone, such as
granite or marble.
Colonial sandstone can be used for pool decking, but it should be sealed to protect
against water damage and staining.
With proper care and maintenance, Colonial sandstone can last many years, with some
installations lasting for decades.