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LORD Muruga, who has many names, is revered by Hindus and come Thaipusam every year, they show their devotion to him by carrying kavadi and paal kudam as an offering, or through other religious acts.
Three years ago, Gangga Paramesu, 51, carried a i>pal kodam/i(milk kavadi) for her dying 17-year-old son. Today, she continues to do so for her remaining two daughters in the hope that Lord Muruga would help them get through life.
Devotees waiting for the loading of the deity of Lord Muruga onto the chariot for the procession during the Chitraparuvam Festival at Waterfall Road, Penang. LIM BENG TATT / The Star
AMID the thousands of Indian devotees at the Thaipusam festival in Batu Caves, one man, a Caucasian, stood out.
B>H/B>UNDREDS of kavadi bear- ers. Devotees breaking thousands of coconuts. The fruit and flower offerings pre- sented in trays.
GEORGE TOWN: The sweet smell of incense sticks filled the air while Hindu devotional songs were played as the 120-year-old silver chariot, bearing the statue of Lord Muruga, made its way to the Nattukotai Chettiar Temple in Jalan Air Terjun in conjunction with Thaipusam.