Granite, primarily used as a building stone has been a part of various monuments for over many years.
Granite, by reason of its massive nature and homogeneous grain, is
eminently adapted for monumental and architectural work as well as for
massive masonries. The wide range in appearance and color renders the
stones highly ornamental and effective for a variety of decorative uses.
The capacity of taking on good polish gives a pleasing appearance. Its
quality of resistance to weathering surpasses it over marble, which
makes it all the more suitable for monumental purposes.