Thaipusam Festival | Malaysia
About Thaipusam Festival | Malaysia
Thaipusam celebrated by Indian Hindu and commemorates the occasion to conquer evil demon. Thaipusam as the religious festival gathering amount of devotees perform ritual worship at Hindu Temple.
One of the most special and unique ritual performed by devotees is called carrying a Kavadi (burden), devotees must wear a burden of semicircular decorated canopy on the shoulders with many small spears and steel skewers pierce into devotee’s body and cheek, symbolizes the sense of given great power of endurance and performing penance and devotion.
You may take the chance to witness such an incredible ritual performance yet understand the meaning of experience austerity to pay respect to the holy.
The most famous to celebrate Thaipusam location in Malaysia is Batu Cave, Kuala Lumpur. Many pilgrims not only from Malaysia but also neighbouring countries, taking their chance to worship Lord Murugan In Batu Cave….Top ten famous festivals in Malaysia
Thaipusam (Tamil: தைப்பூசம், Taippūcam)is a Hindu festival celebrated mostly by the Tamil community on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai (January/February). It is mainly observed in countries where there is a significant presence of Tamil community such as India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Mauritius Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar…read more from wiki
A truly spectacular event, Thaipusam is an annual Hindu festival where devotees perform various rituals as acts of devotion and penance. The main venue is the world-renowned Batu Caves temple….read more from Malaysia tourism website