January 12, 2017 \ Party halls \ 0 Comments
During old days where most of the Indian population lived in rural parts; most marriages happened in the bride’s village, where the bride’s family executes the whole event. Usually the food items where prepared by the friends and family; for which the preparations start from several days before the big event.
During my childhood; I have witnessed, where the village women are so excited and deeply involved in planning and getting ready to prepare several items on the menu. During the 3 to 4 days of the event, you can see a festive look, when you enter the cooking area; you will see several hectic activities – and the passion is palpable. The food is served by the village youngsters; usually on the banana leaves. Things have changed so much now; where you find no trace of such things.
Traditions or may be due to economic reasons; we used to see in most villages the marriage podium and the seating area used to be erected by the men of the village. Usually made up of complete greens using coconut trees, branches and mango leaves. The podium pillars beautifully wrapped with coconut tree branches. It used to be very devotional, having a fresh look and defiantly superbly beautiful.
These have changed so much for several reasons – first of all no greenery exists to cut anymore; most of it is destroyed by the urbanization and lack of rainfall and no such open areas available in urban cities to set up such an environment.
Party Halls in Bangalore and their contributions
Secondly most people have migrated to cities and urban parts in search of better lives. This has brought so much opportunity for the Banquet and Party Halls in Bangalore to cater to the needs of the people getting hitched.
These modern establishments have also changed the way they deck up the marriage podium, dining areas, rest of the lighting and decorations. Sky is the limit – depending on the budget the Party Halls in Bangalore can put up a show that is as good as you can imagine.
And off course the food and catering itself is a big line item with huge budgets. Where food is prepared by the professional cooks and served by the uniform wearing serving staff.
All is good as the times have changed – however the old traditions are definitely hard to recreate!
So for the modern options to celebrate your next big thing event, visit www.bookmyfunction.com
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