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Local Mandap Hire in Bournemouth + Dorset
Anything for Hire provides Mandap Hire throughout Bournemouth and surrounding areas of Dorset. Our approved network of partners are specialists in their field, and we simply do the task of connecting you to them. Once you have had a range of prices online then you can choose the company who you wish to hire with.
Our online quote system finds the most suitable Mandap Hire partners who are based locally which helps with competitive quotes. If you are booking an event outside of Dorset, then that is fine too... as long as you tell us your location, we will find you the best/suitable Mandap Hire providers in the area.
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Anything for hire services are nationwide. However, we invite you to contact one of our expert Sales Team members if you have location concerns. We are delighted to provide you with any and all advice and guidance that can make your special event truly wonderful.
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Is Compare the Mandap part of Anything for Hire?
Yes, we acquired comparethemandap.com in 2020.
What is Mameru Gujarati wedding?
The bride receives gifts from her maternal uncle which consists of clothes, jewellery and other gifts items including the traditional paanetar (silk saree - usually white with red border) and choodo (ivory bangle). The mameru ceremony takes place one day before the wedding.
What is Mandap Ropan?
It often comes as a set that includes pillars supporting a frame, royal chairs for the bride and the groom, side chairs for parents and a pedestal for the sacred fire. It is often rented from businesses that specialize in renting items for an Indian wedding. Its use is common even among overseas Indians.
What do the 7 steps in a Hindu wedding mean?
The word, Saptapadi means 'Seven steps'. After tying the Mangalsutra, the newlywed couple take seven steps around the holy fire, that is called Saptapadi. After the seventh step, the couple legally become husband and wife. Saptapadi is sometimes referred to as Saat Phere.
Popular places near Bournemouth
Bournemouth has some great restaurants and popular places such as Linfords Traditional Fish & Chips(Restaurant), Ring O Bells(Bar/Pub), The Water Poet(Bar/Pub), Bliss Food Co.(Restaurant), High Street Cafe(Coffee/Tea) etc.
We serve all local areas of Bournemouth and Dorset