- Land of origin: India
- Geological age: older than 590 million years (Precambrian)
Indian Aurora is natural granite with excellent weather durability with resistance towards weathering and acid rain, formed by the volcanic erruptions in the Deccan (South India) in the massive Deccan Traps
eruption, which occurred towards the end of the Cretaceous period between 67 and 65 million years ago. Layer after layer was formed by the volcanic activity that lasted many thousands of years, and when the volcanoes became extinct, they left a region of highlands with typically vast stretches of flat areas on top like a table.
Indian Aurora due to its unique brown color and patterns is on high demand all over the world, Used mainly for manufacturing Monuments, Tombstone Monument, Headstone and for other applications.
Granite is the signature rock of the continents. More than that, granite is the signature rock of the planet Earth itself. The other rocky planets—Mercury, Venus and Mars—are covered with basalt, as is the ocean floor on Earth. But only Earth has this beautiful and interesting rock type in abundance.