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JAIPUR EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTRE (JECC),
SITAPURA, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA
O rganised by:
Centre for
Developm ent of Stones
www.stonemart-india.com
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FAIR STATISTICS

INDIA STONEMART 2017

EXHIBITORS

FAIR STATISTICS INDIA STONEMART 2017 EXHIBITORS Net Exhibit Area 16905 Sq. m. Total Exhibitors 463 Overseas
FAIR STATISTICS INDIA STONEMART 2017 EXHIBITORS Net Exhibit Area 16905 Sq. m. Total Exhibitors 463 Overseas

Net Exhibit Area

16905 Sq. m.

Total Exhibitors

463

Overseas Exhibitors

156

Country Pavilions

5

pavilions from Turkey, Italy, China, Iran & Afghanistan

Exhibiting Overseas Countries

10

countries - Afghanistan, China, Croatia, Greece, Iran, Italy,

Oman, Spain, Turkey & United Arab Emirates

 

18

States - Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh , Chhattisgarh, Delhi,

Number of India States/UT's

Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand.

Official State Pavilions

pavilions from Gujarat, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh & Odisha

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VISITORS

Total Visitors

Over 30,000

Trade Visitors

Around 25,000

Overseas Visitors

Around 1500 from 60 countries

Architects, Builders, Real Estate

More than 1000

Developers, Civil Engineers etc.

 

BUSINESS

Total Business Enquiries Generated

Approximately Rs. 1700 Crores

Enquiries Generated Approximately Rs. 1700 Crores INAUGURATION India Stonemart 2017 was inaugurated by Shri
Enquiries Generated Approximately Rs. 1700 Crores INAUGURATION India Stonemart 2017 was inaugurated by Shri

INAUGURATION

Generated Approximately Rs. 1700 Crores INAUGURATION India Stonemart 2017 was inaugurated by Shri Rajpal Singh

India Stonemart 2017 was inaugurated by Shri Rajpal Singh Shekhawat, Hon'ble Minister for Industries, Government of Rajasthan on 02 February, 2017 with Hon'ble Industries Minister urging Industry for global leadership of India in dimensional stone sector.

Shri Shekhawat went on to add that this year's theme - 'Stones for Sustainability' was most apt in the present scenario and the industry should absorb whatever changes the new GST regime will bring. “The Stone industry should not be afraid of the implementation of the GST by the Centre and should rather take the opportunity to stand on its own feet,” he said.

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“There is a tremendous opportunity for the growth of the stone industry due to the schemes launched by the present government such as the setting up of 100 smart cities in the future and 'Housing For All' by 2020 and to implement all these schemes the stone industry will play a pivotal role,” he emphasized.

He said that industry is facing stiff competition from

ceramic tiles, wood and other material and it is important to look for solutions to compete. “You should be ready to make stone tiles in various sizes, shapes and finishes for timely completion of projects and encourage dry fixing techniques,” he told a packed audience of exhibitors, buyers, traders and other participants from the industry.

He called upon architects to take a lead in promoting stone in construction industry. “Architects have a

the industry. He called upon architects to take a lead in promoting stone in construction industry.

INAUGURATION

INAUGURATION sense of the properties required in the material for a specific application and can thus
INAUGURATION sense of the properties required in the material for a specific application and can thus

sense of the properties required in the material for a specific application and can thus help in upgrading usage of dimensional stones”, was his message to them. He urged the architects to maximize the use of dimensional stones in their projects, as when he looks at a building it seems that the structure is indeed growing but lacks the growth of its architectural texture. “I appeal to my architect friends to use more of this magic material – stones - as they whisper, they echo and they also have a soul”, said Shekhawat.

Addressing the gathering Rajasthan's Chief Secretary Shri OP Meena said that the stone sector in India has started introducing modern techniques and technologies and the results have started trickling in. “We have to modernize the mining and processing activities in an environment friendly manner to improve productivity with zero wastage,” he said and added that there was an urgent need to minimize health hazards for workers and provide them with medical cover and regular health checkups.

Shri Ashok Dhoot, Vice Chairman CDOS urged the State government to consider setting up an Export Promotion Council for the stone industry after getting clearance from the Union Government. Similarly, he also requested the State government to give 'industry status' to dimensional stone sector to give it a fillip. He also urged the government to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under GST.

to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under

GLIMPSES

INDIA STONEMART 2017

to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under
to also consider keeping the stone industry in the 5 percent of the tax slab under

GLIMPSES

INDIA STONEMART 2017

GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized
GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized

CONCURRENT

EVENT

GLIMPSES INDIA STONEMART 2017 CONCURRENT EVENT The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized

The Second edition of Jaipur Architecture Festival (JAF) was organized concurrent with India Stonemart 2017 at JECC during February 02 - 04, 2017. The theme of the festival was “Invisible Routes- Celebrating Architectural Splendor in Stone”.

The three day festival was inaugurated by Shri Yunus Khan, Hon'ble Minister for PWD and Transport, Government of Rajasthan.

Jaipur Architecture Festival was organized by CDOS & FICCI in association with Council of Architecture and Indian Institute of Architects as the knowledge partners. Festival was also supported by Indian Institute of Interior Designers- Jaipur Regional Chapter and IIA Rajasthan chapter.

Jaipur Architecture Festival has emerged as a unique platform for exchanging ideas on cities of the future. “Since India is planning to build 100 smart cities - exchanging ideas about the best practices in this field around the world will benefit the program,” says renowned architect, social activist and writer Shri Durganand Balsavar, who is the curator of the festival.

“What we are doing is revisiting what the visionary Shri Raja Sawai Jaisingh, did when he undertook to build this magical city Jaipur in stone. He invited architects, astronomers, planners from different regions to contribute”. Similarly at JAF 2017, we have also invited reputed architects from around the world, to deliberate on future cities and also to get an idea of the building craft traditions of Jaipur and stone industry.

During her address at the Jaipur Architecture Festival, Ms. Martha Thorne said that earlier an architect was called the master of a building. Today the role of architect is changing and a lot of

attention has been given to social world of architecture. “Given the leading role of the architect in how cities are envisaged and designed the architect can directly mould the outcomes of a design process for the upliftment of our community's overall quality of life, sustainability, social equity and health. Playing this pivotal role, the architectural community can re-imagine and tackle issues in a holistic manner addressing the larger needs of collective social responsibility,”

can re-imagine and tackle issues in a holistic manner addressing the larger needs of collective social

CONCURRENT

EVENT

CONCURRENT EVENT she said. Echoing this view of innovation in future eminent architect Mr. Rajiv Kethpalia
CONCURRENT EVENT she said. Echoing this view of innovation in future eminent architect Mr. Rajiv Kethpalia

she said. Echoing this view of innovation in future eminent architect Mr. Rajiv Kethpalia said the use of stone in the mega government schemes will depend upon the region where they are being implemented and availability of the material and skilled labour there. “If the skills are not there, how the stone will be used, similarly supply has to be there”.

“We also have to get the message across that stone is safe and secure and doesn't take up time during building activity. Stone cladding for example can be put up very fast,” he said.

Some of the eminent speakers at JAF include Mr. Srdjan Jovanovic, Mr. Weiss and Ms. Martha Thorne from USA, Mr. Kevin Mark Low from Malaysia, Mr. Tan Szue Hann from Singapore, Mr. Balkrishna Doshi and Mr. Christopher Benninger from India, Mr. Ritu Raj from Nepal, Ms. Beatrice Leanza from China, Mr. Peter Rich from South Africa, Mr. Madhura Prematilleke from Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others.

Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the
Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the
Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the
Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the
Sri Lanka, Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the

SHILPGRAM

Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the major attractions
Mr. Saif Ul Haque from Bangladesh, among others. SHILPGRAM Shilpgram is one of the major attractions

Shilpgram is one of the major attractions of Stonemart and as in past, it was a joint initiative of CDOS and RUDA. Shilpgram is aimed towards providing a platform for artisans to showcase their talent and develop direct business links with domestic and international buyers. With the opportunity of establishing direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and art connoisseurs.

direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and
direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and
direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and
direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and
direct linkages and networking, artisans find it easier to sell their products to serious buyers and
ALL INDIA STONE ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS To honour excellence and innovations in usage of Indians dimensional
ALL INDIA STONE ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS To honour excellence and innovations in usage of Indians dimensional

ALL INDIA STONE ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS

To honour excellence and innovations in usage of Indians dimensional stones in buildings and landscapes, All India Stone Architectural Awards were instituted by the Center for Development of Stones (CDOS). An illustrious panel of prominent architects of the country chose some exceptionally talented architects this year for a citation and cash prize of Rs 1 lakh in four categories.

a citation and cash prize of Rs 1 lakh in four categories. CATEGORY WINNER Exterior Facings

CATEGORY

WINNER

Exterior Facings

Ar. Girish Dariyav Karnawat

Interior Designs

For the Project “ Toda Mangra House, Rajsamand” Ar. Chandan Suravarapu & Ar. Kavita Khatry

Green Architecture

For the Project “Corporate Office For VRV Cryogenics, Chitoor” Ar. Sanjay M. Patil

Special Jury Award

For the Project “Farm House at Mahiravani, Nashik” Ar. Hemen C. Sanghvi For the Project “ Kalaraksha Artisan School, Kutch”

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Exterior Facings

Ar. Amit Khanna

Exterior Facings

For the Project “Cuboid House, New Delhi ” Ar. Jaydatt Vaishnav & Ar. Dhaval Rangani

Interior Designs

For the Project “ Shivam Farm,Gir Somnath” Ar. Ravi Kumar Gupta

Landscaping

For the Project “ Haveli At Suryagarh, Jaisalmer Ar. Tallulah D'Silva

Landscaping

For the Project “ Moira House, Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”

Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”
Goa” Ar. Nanda Kumar Birudavolu For the Project “The Nurturing Hands" - D Ramanaidu Memorial, Hyderabad”

TESTIMONIALS

TESTIMONIALS “The enthusiasm of the participants and the crowds at Stonemart this year have convinced me
TESTIMONIALS “The enthusiasm of the participants and the crowds at Stonemart this year have convinced me

“The enthusiasm of the participants and the crowds at Stonemart this year have convinced me of the potential of this sector.”

Shri Rajpal Singh Shekhawat, Industries Minister Government of Rajasthan

“We have to modernize the mining and processing activities in an environment friendly manner to improve productivity with zero wastage”.

Shri O P Meena, Chief Secretary Govt. of Rajasthan

“Stonemart has emerged as the number one fair in the country for stones and this position needs to be maintained.”

Shri Umesh Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary Industries & Chairman RIICO

“Since India is planning to build 100 smart cities - exchanging ideas about the best practices in this field around the world will benefit the program”.

Shri Durganand Balsavar, Architect

“Stonemart is a very good platform for us. We have some dark colors in Brazil too, but here the finish is much better. I can see Indian marble being used in houses, gardens, malls and The artisans here are much more skilled”.

Mr. Lidio Silva Filho, Brazil

“The darker shade marble of India is forcing the people of Tunisia to change the way they build their houses. Indian marble is replacing the indigenous beige marble”.

Ms. Jawahar Ban Aissa, Tunisia

“This is our first visit to Stonemart and is happy about the quality of the exhibitors we have talked to and their price offerings”.

Mr. Mohammad Boublenza, Algeria

“We really like the marble here, it is so different. We would like to introduce it in our projects in Poland”.

Ms. Anna Hania, Poland

“We also have to get the message across that stone is safe and secure and doesn't take up time during building activity. Stone cladding for example can be put up very fast”.

Mr. Rajiv Kethpalia, Architect

“Next Stonemart we are planning to take the foreign and domestic buyers to visit our stone clusters in Rajasthan and also get more architects to participate in the Jaipur Architectural Festival.”

Mr. Ashok Kumar Dhoot, Managing Director, Dhoot Sangemermer

“I am happy that our company is contributing to the growth of the Rajasthan stone industry”

Mr. RK Gupta, Executive President, R K Marble

India has so many producers and I would like to see them all at Stonemart. It would be really worth it for all the buyers then to come here.

Mr. Alessandro Nigrisoli, Italy

It's my first visit here and I have already talked to 13 good suppliers. It's been good for us.

Mr. Khalil Mazari, Algeria

This year, we had good business and potential leads. I hope to see more architects next year.

Mr. Dev Singh, Prem Marbles

We have marble, travertine and onyx and our buyers are in different regions of India. We come here to reach out to as many as possible,”

Mr. Mahnaz Hajiali, Sales Manager, Porfiman, Iran.

“We are growing each year and Stonemart helps us to reach out to buyers from all over the world,”

Mr. Ismail Kurt, Federal Marble, Turkey

over the world,” Mr. Ismail Kurt, Federal Marble, Turkey REVERSE BUYER SELLER MEET (RBSM) RBSM was
over the world,” Mr. Ismail Kurt, Federal Marble, Turkey REVERSE BUYER SELLER MEET (RBSM) RBSM was

REVERSE BUYER SELLER MEET (RBSM)

RBSM was organised under MAI scheme of Ministry of Commerce, Government of India during India Stonemart 2017 from February 2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held in four days time.

2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held
2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held
2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held
2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held
2-5, 2017. 262 buyers from 60 countries participated in these meetings and 3000 meetings were held

TECHNICAL SEMINAR

A two day technical seminar was also organised concurrent to India Stonemart 2017 during 3-4 February 2017. There were 12 speakers in the seminar and they deliberated on different technical aspects of Natural Stone mining, processing, value addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc.

addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the
addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the
addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the
addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the
addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the
addition, utilization of stone waste, newer markets, etc. AWARD CEREMONY On the last day of the

AWARD CEREMONY

On the last day of the event on February 5, 2017, a ceremony to award best stalls for display was organised. Awards were given by Shri Rajpal Singh Shekhawat, Hon'ble Industries Minister, Government of Rajasthan in different categories for best display & innovative handicrafts products to various companies. The above winners were selected by a jury comprising of Ar. Alok Ranjan, Jaipur, Mr. Vivek Kodikal, Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur.

Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur. VISIT OF DIGNITARIES

VISIT OF DIGNITARIES

Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur. VISIT OF DIGNITARIES
Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur. VISIT OF DIGNITARIES
Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur. VISIT OF DIGNITARIES
Regional Director, FICCI, Bangalore and Mr. Sanjay Solanki, Financial Advisor, RIICO, Jaipur. VISIT OF DIGNITARIES

MEDIA COVERAGE

MEDIA COVERAGE OUR SUPPORTERS SUPPORTED BY MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Government of Rajasthan Ministry of
MEDIA COVERAGE OUR SUPPORTERS SUPPORTED BY MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Government of Rajasthan Ministry of
MEDIA COVERAGE OUR SUPPORTERS SUPPORTED BY MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Government of Rajasthan Ministry of
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MEDIA COVERAGE OUR SUPPORTERS SUPPORTED BY MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Government of Rajasthan Ministry of
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SUPPORTED BY MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Government of Rajasthan Ministry of Mines Government of
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Rajasthan
Ministry of Mines
Government of India
Ministry of Micro,
Small and Medium Enterprises
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Government of
Andhra Pradesh
Gujarat
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SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS
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Technology Promotion Council
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Associazione Italiana
Architecture (COA)
Marmomacchine
Artes Chennai.
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Federation of Indian Granite
& Stone Industry (FIGSI)
Federation of Mining
Associations of Rajasthan
Federation of Indian
Mineral Industries (FIMI)
Gujarat Mineral
Development Corporation
Indo-Brazil Chamber of
Commerce and Industry
Indian Society of
Landscape Architects
Mining Engineers’
Madhya Pradesh
National Small
Association, India
State Mining
Industries Corporation
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of Architects
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Corporation Ltd.
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