The Complex is spread over an area of 20 Acres / 0.87 Million sq. ft. land. The total constructed area is 2 million sq. ft. with two basements of additional 1 million sq. ft. There are 9 Towers, housing 2,500 offices of various sizes.
Our Journey started at Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai from 2010, now with over 4,000 members engaged in import and export, manufacturing and marketing of rough and polished diamonds, BDB has created a business framework to conduct their transactions in maximum convenience and security.
Every day the bourse attracts hundreds of domestic and international trade community for selling and buying diamonds in every size, shape and quality diamonds of every grade and natural colored diamonds in every shade. Its ability to ensure supply of any type of goods makes India the most preferred Diamond Polishing Centre to diamantaires worldwide.
Bharat Diamond Bourse operates for the benefits of its members. It provides members access to a complete range of services within the complex – from essential business services such as customs office, clearing agents, commercial banks, insurance companies, gemmological labs to conveniences such as restaurants, stationery, travel agents and more.
BDB was set up for the primary objective of establishing necessary infrastructural facilities for promotion of export of diamonds including diamond jewellery from India and to provide for this purposes all support and service facilities so as to eventually make India an International Trading Centre for Gems & Jewellery
Given the strategic advantage for the trade, almost all global diamond companies and pricing firms like Rapaport and IDEX operate their offices in Bharat Diamond Bourse. Bharat Diamond Bourse represents prominently in the international industry associations such as World Federation of Diamond Bourses, the International Diamond Manufacturers’ Association, World Diamond Council, the Kimberley Process and World Diamond Mark.
World over, Indian polished diamonds are in great demand both for dealers and final customers. No wonder the industry contributes significantly to the gross domestic product of India. The Indian diamond industry contributes indirectly to other branches of the economy such as tourism, banking, aviation, hospitality, communications and security, and is responsible for creating many more employment opportunities.