Marble is a metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals, found abundantly across the planet. It is primarily used for building and architectural purposes. It occurs naturally in various hues, shades, patterns and textures, which makes it a versatile stone to work with. Marble is reasonably resistant to fissures, stains and scratches, which add to its popularity as a building stone. It has been used in various world heritage sites and is equally preferred for more humble settings like homes and offices. Marble is ideal for floorings, bathroom tiles, staircases, wall claddings, kitchen worktops, vanity tops etc. It is also used in architraves, focal design features and the likes, because it is highly resistant to wear and tear and is quite low-maintenance. It comes in a wide array varieties —Carrara and Calacatta (to name a few) which usually occur in lighter shades, and are a popular choice for kitchen furnishing. The smooth finish of marble along with its range of colours, makes it suitable for a wide range of architectural and aesthetic requirements. The material itself is usually soothing and projects an aura of calm and peace. Furthermore, it effortlessly adds glamour and class to any room where it is installed.