art of marble inlay or “Parchin kari” was introduced
in India in the 17th century by the Mughals. The Mughals who
were known for their great passion for art and architecture
brought with them many different forms of art during their
rule, which was the golden period of India’s architectural
by the Indian tradition of marble inlay art, we at Vardhman
Marbles Arts & Handicrafts have created a range of products
in different styles. Each of these, in turn, have been inspired
by different themes. The marble inlay work, however, integrates
each of these thematic styles in the sense that it acts as
a common medium for the representation of their respective
bring you the finest artifacts from the Indian subcontinent.
They are unique and carefully crafted by skilled artisans
who have kept the glorious traditions of folk and indigenous
arts and crafts alive.