- Lawrence's Home Appliance Centre Total: 19 Avg: (4.2)
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- 07-856 7612,
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- 36 Harwood St, Hamilton North 3204, New Zealand
- 07-839 3912,
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- 89 Church Rd, Pukete, Hamilton 3200, New Zealand
- 07-847 3041,
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- 07-849 9347,
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- 07-838 1164,
The appliance repair services are courteous and quick to get in touch. They offer fair pricing. They are dependable, experienced repairers with lots of experience in the appliance repair sector. The repair companies can tackle many sorts of appliance whiteware including refrigerators , freezers, washing machines, clothes dryers and cookers.
They will aim to repair all sorts of appliances and will aim to repair the problem on the first visit. The repair companies have a good reputation in the Matangi so you will be able to count on them to offer a good service.
We realise that you will have a number of options for whiteware repair services so we strive to do a good job. As a result you can rely on us to do the repair work as quickly as possible getting your domestic appliances operating again. If you have domestic appliance issues in Matangi call now.
More About Matangi
Matangi (मातंगी) is one of the Mahavidyas, ten Tantric goddesses and a ferocious aspect of Parvati, the Hindu Divine Mother. She is considered to be the Tantric form of Parvati but she is very similar to Saraswati. Like Sarasvati, Matangi and she governs speech, music, knowledge and the arts. Her worship is prescribed to acquire supernatural powers, especially gaining control over enemies, attracting people to oneself, acquiring mastery over the arts and gaining supreme knowledge.
Matangi is often associated with pollution, inauspiciousness and the periphery of Hindu society, which is embodied in her most popular form, known as Uchchhishta-Chandalini or Uchchhishta-Matangini. She is described as an outcaste (Chandalini) and offered left-over or partially eaten food (Uchchhishta) with unwashed hands or food after eating, both of which are considered to be impure in classical Hinduism.