Marriage is a very meaningful religious rite and wedding is the marriage function, as everybody knows India has lot of casts, sub casts and religions. The main religion in India is Hindu and in Hindu religion there are many casts and sub casts. As per the Hindu cast system, the upper cast is Brahmin, and then Kshathriya, Vaishya and Shoodra, besides there are large number of sub casts.
The Hindu marriages have lot of traditional specialties; it has deeply rooted with the cultural heritage and tradition. The traditional rites of Hindu marriages have to mention as unique with certain specialties. The Brahmin (Tamil) marriages are something different with lot of traditional rites and religious rituals. In Chennai city, the capital of Tamil Nadu, the southern state in India, every year hundreds of Tamil marriages are happening.
In this vast volume of marriages, there are many Tamil Brahmin marriages are also conducts. The VRTM (Vijay Raja Thirumana Mandapam) is one of the busiest wedding auditoriums in Chennai and large number of Tamil Brahmin weddings has held every year in the VRTM auditorium. It’s one of the best and luxurious auditoriums in south India.
In Chennai alone there are 52 wedding halls, but only a few are keeping best standard in every aspect. VRTM, the very spacious wedding hall in Chennai has to repeatedly say, it has everything that you would prefer from a world class wedding hall. VRTM is a very biggest wedding auditorium; it has largest seating capacity, guest rooms, dressing rooms, hygienic kitchens and pantries, ample car parking and so on.
VRTM is most suitable and best wedding auditorium especially designed for Hindu Marriages, the banquet hall is also biggest and with largest seating capacity. A majority of Hindus (especially Tamil Brahmins) prefers Vijaya Raja Thirumana Mandapam to hold the wedding. VRTM has very expert vegetarian chefs to handle the vegetarian banquets. The Tamil Brahmin marriages in VRTM have to say as stunning wedding function in the most beautiful and spacious wedding auditorium in Chennai City.