United in their devotion


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  • Saturday, 27 Apr 2019

Devotees following the chariot carrying the statue of Lord Muruga during the procession at Waterfall Road. — Photos: LIM BENG TATT/ The Star

THE Chitraparuvam Festival in Penang has been a yearly affair for devotees Kenny Lim and Shasha Wong.

Seen wearing traditional Indian attire during the mini Thaipusam parade at Waterfall Road, Lim and Wong even brought a Bhajan cart which played devotional music.

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