Makrana

Urban city located at the centre of Rajasthan in Nagaur district.

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Nagaur district

One of the 33 districts of the state of Rajasthan in western India.

Nagaur Fort
Dadhimati Mata Temple in Nagaur district, Rajasthan.

These are Nagaur, Khinvsar, Jayal, Merta City, Degana, Deh, Didwana, Ladnun, Parbatsar, Makrana, Kuchaman City, Nawa, Mundwa, All of these are Sub-divisions also.

Makrana marble

Type of white marble, popular for use in sculpture and building decor.

Makrana marble was used in the construction of the Taj Mahal.
Victoria Memorial in Kolkata

It is mined in the town of Makrana in Rajasthan, India, and was used in the construction of several iconic monuments such as the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata.

Taj Mahal

Islamic ivory-white marble mausoleum on the right bank of the river Yamuna in the Indian city of Agra.

Walkways beside reflecting pool
The western building, a mosque, faces the tomb.
Protective wartime scaffolding in 1942
Visitors at Taj Mahal
Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, one of the first European writers about the Taj Mahal
Eastern view in the morning
Taj Mahal in cloudy weather and its minaret under restoration
Western view at sunset
Taj Mahal through the fog
A panoramic view looking 360 degrees around the Taj Mahal in 2005

The translucent white marble was brought from Makrana, Rajasthan, the jasper from Punjab, jade and crystal from China.

Haji Ali Dargah

Mosque and dargah or the monument of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the southern Mumbai.

The shrine of Haji Ali Shah Bukhari
Tardeo from Haji Ali Dargah
Sunset over Haji Ali Dargah islet and the Arabian Sea.
As from Mahalaxmi area
The entrance to the Dargah.
The dargah

The dargah will be beautified with first and second quality white marble, which will be brought from Makrana, Rajasthan, the same place from where marble for the Taj Mahal was brought.

Rajasthan

State in northern India.

Ghateshwara Mahadeva temple at the Baroli Temple Complex. The temples were built between the 10th and 11th centuries CE by the Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty.
Akbar shoots the Rajput commander Jaimal using a matchlock, during the Siege of Chittor (1567–1568).
Mount Abu.
The great Indian bustard has been classed as critically endangered species since 2011.
Reclining tiger, Ranthambore National Park
Lake Palace and Jag Mandir from a distance, Lake Pichola, Udaipur.
Modern Jodhpur skyline
Timeline of the Bhadla Solar Park (India) development, the World's largest photovoltaic power plants cluster in 2020
Wind turbines near Bada Bagh, Rajasthan.
Rajasthani food
Dal Bati Choorma, a traditional Rajasthani Dish
NIIT University in Neemrana, Rajasthan
Man in Rajasthan, India.
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The emperor Hemu, who rose from obscurity and briefly established himself as ruler in northern India, from Punjab to Bengal, in defiance of the warring Sur and Mughal Empires.
Maharana Udai Singh II founded Udaipur, which became the new capital of the Mewar kingdom after Chittor Fort was conquered by the Mughal emperor Akbar.
Maharana Pratap Singh, sixteenth-century Rajput ruler of Mewar, known for his defence of his realm against Mughal invasion.
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Mount Abu is a popular hill station in Rajasthan.
The Thar Desert near Jaisalmer.
Aerial view Udaipur and Aravali hills.
Jaipur International Airport
Maharajah's Express dining saloon
The Jaipur Metro is an important urban transportation link
NH 8 between Udaipur and Ahmedabad
Camel rides in Thar desert
Pushkar Lake and Ghat
Folk dance popular in Rajasthan
Demoiselle cranes in Khichan near Bikaner
Hawa Mahal
Amber Fort has seen from the bank of Maotha Lake, Jaigarh Fort on the hills in the background
Nakki Lake, Mount Abu
Mehrangarh Fort
Dilwara Temples
Lake Palace
Kirti Stambha of Fort of Chittaur
Tiger at Ranthambore National Park
Jal Mahal, Jaipur

The Taj Mahal was built from white marble which was mined from a town called Makrana.

Raudat Tahera

Mausoleum of Taher Saifuddin and his son and successor Mohammed Burhanuddin, the 51st and 52nd Dāʿī al-Mutlaqs of the Dawoodi Bohra Ismaili Muslims.

Raudat Tahera in 2010.
The mausoleum's four walls contain the complete text of the Qur'an

The marble used in the mausoleum was quarried from the Chosira and Ulodi quarries of the Makrana quarries in Rajasthan, India, from where marble for Taj Mahal was quarried.

Bhopal–Jodhpur Passenger

Daily fast passenger train which runs between Bhopal Junction railway station of Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh and Jodhpur, a city in Rajasthan.

Makrana Junction

Jaipur Junction railway station

Railway station in Jaipur, the largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan.

Train at platform
Platform
″Railway station″ station of Jaipur Metro

Delhi–Jodhpur line via Makrana, Degana, Merta road (double broad-gauge electrified line till Phulera)

Shama Sikander

Shama Sikander (born 4 August 1981 is an Indian actress who is best recognised for her lead roles in TV series like Yeh Meri Life Hai (2003-2005) and groundbreaking web content like the short film Sexaholic and the mini-series Maaya: Slave of Her Desires.

Sikander in 2018
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Sikander at the screening of short film Sexaholic
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Shama Sikander was born in Makrana, Rajasthan, India, and is the daughter of Gulshan, a housewife and Sikander Gesawat who was a marble supplier and now practices ayurveda.

Badshahpur

One of the 4 sub-division of Gurugram district of Haryana state, situated on the Gurugram-Sohna road .

Cyber Green Building

If was built on 2 kanal land from the stones brought from Makrana and Jaipur mines.