Within the first decade of its existence, Bharat was already supplying tiles to the who’s who of Bombay, having installed their range of tiles and imported marble in a number of buildings across Mumbai and also in a large number of royal palaces in princely states . From the Maharaja of Baroda's palace to the Sassoon mansion in Malabar Hill, its tiles had graced the floors of the most iconic structures in the city, floors that begged the eye and mind to take a closer look. Their repertoire featured an impressive list of clientele such as the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Morvi Palace to the Usha Kiran Palace but also, it wasn't just the elite who were impressed with Bharat's products. Hospitals, cinemas, banks, hotels and railway stations all over the city had embraced Bharat's range of tiles and marble, making it the center of attention. Educational institutions like the universities at Madras and Bombay were also proud Bharat clients. From Maharajas to apartment owners, from bankers to students, from traders to essential service providers, Bharat had a flooring and design solution for all.
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07Beating the British at their own gameWhat better proof of the quality of a solid Indian brand than to be the products of choice for imposing imperial structures which were symbols of British power? The Royal Mint, the Governor's House in Madras were just some of Bharat's most prominent British clients.
08BFT Classics: 1930s Madras UniversityBeating competition to win this coveted contract, Bharat executed a splendid mqarble mosaic and terrazzo work in the Madras University. This temple of learning was one of Bharat's most proud projects.
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