Subhash Emporium, Agra

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Subhash Emporium (also known as the Marble Emporium) is widely acclaimed for reviving and promoting the ancient art of "Prachinkari in marble" (marble inlay art) and is considered the top manufacturer and exporter of inlay table-tops, boxes, vases, coasters, plates and marble handicrafts. It remains the go-to place for art connoisseurs looking for quality pieces.
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  • April 24, 2017
    By Professional I am interior designer,Mr Sparsh Cooperated and helped in his best possible way in executing my idea of Inlay on wood.Nobody helped or came forward but it was them who made it possible...  more »
  • April 18, 2017
    The quality of the work is really very good and the demonstration worth a look. Price wise a plate will be in the range of AUD$1,000 upwards - very upwards. They said that there was no negotiation as ...  more »
  • March 23, 2017
    I didn't expect such a fantastic showroom in Agra. Have already visited them twice in last one year. The articles are beautifully made specially the table tops. Dealing was quite professional and the ...  more »
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  • July 15, 2017
    Subhash Emporium is the finest art gallery to appreciate or buy authentic marble inlay objects in Agra. It is recommended by Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveller, Frommers, National Geographic, Fodor's and many other travel guides. Their Museum of Master Pieces exhibits the best works of marble inlay ever made in the 400 year history of this art.
  • February 20, 2017
    Total rip off and classic tourist trap!!! Overpriced!!! We were enamoured with the beautiful Taj Mahal marble work and with a guide recommended by a friend so we were too trusting. We fell for it which is our fault but were charged prices 5x what we later saw at the airport (which is usually expensive!). Raj Kothari was a very nice man but cunning salesman. A guide calling himself Khan took us around the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort and then took us here. Beware!
  • January 11, 2017
    Tourist trap. Beautiful but horribly overpriced goods with kickbacks to tour operators. If you're not Indian, make sure you start at 10% of their requested price and don't go over 20%. Also, I'd say that 75% of what came out of my salesman's mouth was, after checking, an outright lie.
  • March 23, 2017
    Excellent place. Quality of work is top notch.
  • December 1, 2016
    Loved the marble and the quality. Next time we'll go for a big elephant.

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