Stone, Civil Engineering


Stone is a 'naturally available building material' used from the early age of civilization. It is available in the form of rocks, which is cut to needed size and shape and used as building block. It has been used to build small residential buildings to large palaces & temples all over the world. Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Vidhan Sabha at Bangalore and many palaces of medieval age all over India are the popular stone buildings.

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