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WHILE the silver chariot retained the tradition of depending on two bulls to pull it across the city, the golden chariot was powered by a motorised vehicle this Thaipusam.
GEORGE TOWN: Devotees braved the morning drizzle on Monday (Jan 17) to witness the golden and silver chariots departing an hour apart for the Thaipusam festival in Penang.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is upset with those who have thrown rubbish indiscriminately outside of shops and along the main road of Little India in Brickfields.Pictures posted on its Facebook page yesterday showed discarded boxes of wilted flowers, plastic, newspapers and sugarcane strewn along the main road facing shops and in front of the Palava pillars.
GEORGE TOWN: Last-minute shopping for Ponggal is a must for those aiming to score fresher sugarcane, mango and turmeric leaves, while others usually have a few more items to tick off their list.
FOR businesswoman R. Devi Kanyaa Kumari, the Tamil harvest festival of Ponggal brings back childhood memories of waiting anxiously for a claypot of milk to boil over.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Celebrating Ponggal for S. Santhi means showing gratitude to divine powers and nature for the abundance reaped in the year.
WITH Ponggal just a day away, the rush to buy sugarcane, claypots, coconuts, wooden ladles and other supplies is on.
KUALA LUMPUR: Preparations are in full swing for the Ponggal harvest festival and Thaipusam which are drawing near.
City Hall on mission to add special features and more trees.