A Stone pillar is a slender, vertical
support meant for decoration; it resembles a column. Pillars have been
extensively used in different architectural styles. There existence in
Indian architecture can be traced back to the reign of King Asoka
during 252 BC.
Pillars not only support a building but also decorate it, beautify it
and giving it a stylish look. Be it European architecture or Indian
temple or Persian mosque, pillars have been an inherent part for a
really long time.
Beautifully carved pillars can be constructed at the entrance of a
building to give it a royal look. They are used in hallways for an
august feel. Intricately carved pillars adorn huge mansions
accentuating their natural charm.
Stone pillars can be made in various styles and sizes to suit the
individual needs and tastes. They are carved out of natural stones
like Sandstone, Marble, Limestone, Granite.They are durable,
maintenance free and make a life long object of art and beauty.
Polished stone pillars give an elegant contemporary look whereas
sandstone or marble pillars revive the ancient charisma.