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# We have a marrige ceremonyhallthehall dimentions are as below, toll carpet area=45'(feet)X82'(feet)=3690 height=10'(feet) glass area=5'(feet)X 45'feet=225 kindly provide the exact tonage required . re

We have a marrige ceremonyhallthehall dimentions are as below, toll carpet area=45'(feet)X82'(feet)=3690 height=10'(feet) glass area=5'(feet)X 45'feet=225 kindly provide the exact tonage required . regards saket

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What is the light wattage using in the hall the seating capacity,orientation,any other eletrical equipment,spot light,oops so may details missing???

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