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Snow White Quartz Lumps


Quartz is a Unique mineral with various Mechanical, Electrical, Thermal, Chemical, and Optical properties. Quartz is a market opportunity where the demand for a product is stronger than the available supply. In today’s world, Quartz engineered stones are symbolic of lavish and luxurious interiors. Quartz is also a crucial input for various industries like Semiconductors, Solar Panels, Ceramic Industry, Petroleum Industry, Automobile Industry, Glass Industry, Abrasive Industry, Refractory Industry, etc.

Amoda group Quartz concession at Mudigubba, Andhra Pradesh – is one of the largest high grade Quartz reserves in the world. The reserve of 200+ Million tonnes has a strike length of 5 Km enabling us to enhance production to match any demand, both domestic and international. The company commenced Quartz operations with innovative production and processing technology to extract and market in Lumps form. We are conceptualizing forward integration and value addition options by setting up a production line to produce high quality Quartz grits.

We aim to become a major and sustainable producer of Quartz minerals from India. We emphasise on the process consistency and homogeneity of the mineral products before we market them with continuous endeavour to win customer hearts. Our commitment is to serve customers by delivering world-class quartz products.


Granite is a kind of igneous rock formed from hot, molten magma. It comes in various colours like dark or light grey, brown, or even pink, according to the proportions of its mineral impurities. Granite and related marble industries are considered one of the oldest industries in the world, existing as far back as Ancient Egypt. Granite has been extensively used as a dimension stone and as flooring tiles in public and commercial buildings and monuments.

Our Granite reserves are located in Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, and Anantapur districts of Andhra Pradesh and Ananthagiri, Khammam districts of Telangana states. The group produces blocks of Miracle White, Moon White, Millennium White, River White, Cotton White, Tropical Green, Amoda Gold, Viscon White, Porphyry Pink, Zinga Grey and Zet Black Variants.

Granite Blocks
Iron Ore (Fe) lumps

Iron Ore

Iron ores are rocks and minerals from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. The ores are usually rich in iron oxides and vary in color from dark grey, bright yellow, or deep purple to rusty red. The iron is usually found in the form of magnetite, hematite, goethite, limonite or siderite. Iron Ore is used in manufacturing of Iron and Steel.

Amoda Group has 12 Iron Ore leases in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.  We also has two beneficiation plants of 100 TPH and 250 TPH capacity within the leasehold area at Chabali village, YSR Kadapa district. The group also has a captive Sponge Iron plant in Jaggaiahpet, Andhra Pradesh.

Amoda Group also has plans to expand into fully integrated Steel manufacturing set up in Amaravati (Capital) region of Andhra Pradesh.


Limestone is a common sedimentary rock composed primarily of the calcium carbonate mineral. Ground Calcium Carbonate, commonly referred as GCC or Calcite, is widely used l in a variety of Applications such as a Filer Extender and Brightening Agent construction material, abrasive, agricultural soil treatment, construction aggregate, pigment, pharmaceutical, Paints, Paper, Plastics Polymers, Adhesives & Sealants and Detergents etc.

Amoda Group has Calcite mining leases in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh and Ananthagiri district of Telangana States. The reserves are estimated to have close to 100 Million tonnes.

Calcite Rocks
Pyrophyllite rocks


Pyrophyllite is an early stage metamorphic mineral and is actually quite common although usually not very abundant as good mineral specimens. It is found as a constituent of slate, phyllite, some schists and other early stage metamorphic rocks. It is widely used in refractories, high-grade ceramics, and electric insulators also have applications in filler applications, and in handicraft industries owing to the lumps’ nature and softness. Other applications include product use as a filler in pesticides, rubber, cosmetics, paper, paints, and bleaching soap among others.

The group has pyrophyllite ore at NP Kunta area of Anantapur district, Andha Padesh. The ore from this mine is green to grayish in color and compact in nature. No impurities, like mica, is present in the ore.Free silica bands (quartz reefs) are totally absent. Alumina content is above 28% and the average silica content is 55 %.The area is well prospected and the estimated reserve is about 100 million tons of Pyrophyllite ore. The area enjoys good infrastructure and the nearby port is Krishnapatnam, 200 km away from the deposit.


Baryte is generally white or colorless and is the main source of the element barium. The baryte group consists of baryte, celestine (strontium sulfate), anglesite (lead sulfate), and anhydrite (calcium sulfate). Most barite produced is used as a weighting agent in drilling muds. It is also used as a pigment in paints and as a weighted filler for paper, cloth and rubber. Barite is used to make high-density concrete to block x-ray emissions in hospitals, power plants, and laboratories.

Amoda Group has baryte leases in Mahabubabad and Khammam districts of Telangana state. The combined estimated reserve is about 45 Million Metric tonnes.

White Barytes

Other Minerals

The group also has minor interests in other minerals such as Laterite, Dolomite, Talc, Bauxite etc. The group never compromises on the quality even though the business volumes of these minerals is relatively on the lower side.

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