The Bharat Floorings Group has played a pioneering role in the development of the cement tiles industry in India. It has been involved with the laying of some of the most landmark building in the country such as the Raj Bhavans, palaces of various Maharajas, and several other renowned hotels, residences, offices, hospitals, educational and religious institutions, as well as, airports, railways, and factories.

The company grew out of the Swadeshi movement, and later expanded into providing high quality installations for all types of floorings, as well as, civil contracts. It also has a presence in all the aspects of floor maintenance and general cleaning.

Design Services

Bharat Floorings offer the most sophisticated and specialized design services on offer at a nominal fee to ensure that the customers receive exactly the kind of floor that they intend to install. 

Facility Management

Gaaia Facilities offer the most efficient and cost-effective cleaning solutions to its customers to enable them to get rid of the heavy burden of having to keep their building complexes clean. It is capable of offering the best cleaning solutions to all types of building complexes including housing societies, corporate offices, retail stores, industrial units, educational or research institutes, and hospitals.

Civil Contracting

Bharat Floorings have been providing the best quality turnkey services through its group company Gaaia Contractors managing all types of civil contracting works in a professional and efficient manner. It has catered to the requirements of various leading organizations in the past with projects for names such as Air, Essar, and LIC deserve special mention. Execution of projects in thermal power plants NTPC, BEST, and BSES, as well as, in public building such as the Birla Temple in Revdanda have helped in building a solid reputation for the company. 



Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum (formerly the Victoria and Albert Museum) is the oldest museum in Mumbai. It was originally established in 1855 as a treasure house of the decorative and industrial arts. The construction of the present building in Jijamata Udyan in Byculla started in 1862 and was completed in 1871. The museum was opened on May 2, 1872. In 1975, this museum was renamed as the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum.

Between 2003 and 2007, this museum has undergone a major restoration under the supervision of the Mumbai chapter of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) and financed by the Jamnalal Bajaj Trust

The museum lay in neglect for many decades until 1996 when a combination of forces began the process of restoring it to its former glory as a vital node in the cultural life of the metropolis. The Museum and all those involved in its restoration have been honoured with an Award of Excellence given by UNESCO under its Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation programme, 2005.

Bharat Floorings were called upon to design a flooring that would fit in with the antiquity and grace of the museum. A vibrant Star and Diamonds flooring design in Jaisalmer yellow was chosen to add impact to the entrance of the museum.