Penang – Celebration of Thaipusam (2)

This is my continuation from part 1.

Devotees offering to Lord Murugan gifts ranging from just simple offerings of milk and flower garlands. Coconuts seen also given as offerings  where later the devotees will smash it on the road before the chariot arrives.

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Offering such as flowers, fruits and coconuts offered to Lord Murugan

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One of the refreshment stalls set up all the chariot route for the devotees.

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Piles of coconuts in the middle of the road. Devotees waiting for the chariot to arrive.

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A group of devotee carrying milk garland on their heads.

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Devotees waiting patiently for the chariot to arrive.

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2 thoughts on “Penang – Celebration of Thaipusam (2)

  1. Hi, I have always loved Penang. But I hate the crowd, thanks for putting the photos here, I feel like I have been there, without the crowd!

    Thanks for visiting and following my blog too. Hope to see more on Penang!

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