AFTER low-key celebrations for two years due to strict Covid-19 standard operating procedure, Malaysians ushered in their respective major festivals in prayers.
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Devotees attending special prayers for the Tamil New Year celebration at Kandaswamy temple on Jalan Scott Brickfields. - S.S Kanesan/The Star
Catholics observing Maundy Thursday before Good Friday at the Catholic Church of The Holy Rosary, Kuala Lumpur - SHAARI CHEMAT /The Star
About 300 devotees attending Tamil New Year prayers at Nattukotai Chettiar temple in Jalan Utama, Penang. - CHAN BOON KAI/The Star
Volunteers cutting vegetables and preparing food for the Vaisakhi celebration at the Sikh temple in Petaling Jaya. - S.S. KANESAN/The Star
Prayers during Vaisakhi at the PJ Sikh temple.
The Sikh community having their lunch after special prayers for Vaisakhi at the PJ temple. - S.S. Kanesan/The Star
Alice Chiang, 28, bathing the Buddha statue with holy water during the Songkran festival at Buddha Jayanthi temple on Jalan Tun Razak. - S.S. Kanesan/The Star
Kelvin Wong with his daughter make a wish before releasing a bird at the Thai Buddhist Chetawan temple on Jalan Gasing, Petaling Jaya in conjunction with Songkran, the Thai New Year. - AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star
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