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Bought an overpriced marble frame under relentless pressure from salesman when tired after full day seeing Taj Mahal. After two months picked up frame and it fell apart.
Complained to Akbar to replace but they would not reply
We had convinced ourselves that we were not going to get anything here. But once we had a loot and touch st the marvelous pieces created and for sale we knew we could not pass up a small purchase to take home. A lantern delicately...More
We bought a beautiful marble elephant and enjoyed learning about the cutting of the stones. The salesman was hard and we had to haggle a great deal. That part really makes vacation not enjoyable. If we didn't have to beat up the sales so much...More
Spellbound by the marble inlay work. The actual size of inlay pieces is minute. Prices of the
excellent works obviously vary with size/detail. Bought three pieces and all arrived safely by
courier within the expected timeframe. Worth a trip even if not buying.
The Akbar International company was a sales pitch stop included in our group tour. The building was still under renovations, but we were whisked downstairs to watch the workers perform some of their skills learned and passed down through generations of family heritage. The skills...More
For the last two years while visiting India I have stopped in and purchased amazing marble art from Akbar international. After going to the Taj Mahal, It is my go-to place to purchase unique marble art and craftsmanship. Whenever I travel around the world, I...More
The team at Akbar International was incredibly professional and helpful. The story is a beautiful collection of the most incredible works. I purchased both ready made items and was able to order a table made to my exact specifications. Both tables were shipped to me...More
Four years ago when my husband and I visited Agra, our guide took us to the marble factory, Akbar International, where inlaid work is done using the same marble, semi-precious stones, techniques and secret formula glue, that was used to build the Taj Mahal, the...More
We were a little wary when our guide took us to this marble outlet, but our suspicions were quite unjustified. We watched wonderful work being done and stones being worked, polished and fitted, and given a fascinating account of the process. There was no charge,...More