The slab area is exposed after the removal of overburden. The stone is removed by cutting the slab area by circular diamond saw machines. The stones are lifted manually from natural splitting which have a thickness of 2½’’ to 3’’ or in some cases up to 4’’. The thick slabs of stone are split by skillful workers to a thickness of 2 to 5cms. The thickness can be further reduced by slicing, using bigger diamond cutting saws fitted on slicing machines. 70 to 80 percent of the material is sent to the various factories for polishing and finishing purposes and the rest is sold rough from the quarries.
The present production is approximately 12 million Sq. Feet per annum, it could be boosted to any capacity to meet the demands.