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GEORGE TOWN: For the first time in almost 150 years, Penang will not get to see a chariot procession or kavadis during Thaipusam next Jan 28 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
GEORGE TOWN: The three-day annual Thaipusam Festival came to a colourful end with the return processions of the golden and silver chariots to Little India here Sunday (Feb 9).
GEORGE TOWN: Single-use plastics and paper cups were still the mainstay as about 200 thaneer panthal (refreshments) stalls dished out free food and drinks to devotees and tourists.
GEORGE TOWN: Despite the novel coronavirus scare, thousands of devotees took to the streets to pay homage to Lord Muruga on the eve of Thaipusam, which is one of the most colourful festivals in Malaysia.
DEVOTEES may wear face masks during Thaipusam if they feel the need to do so.
GEORGE TOWN: The Thaipusam celebration here will witness a show of unity with the two chariots arriving by 1am on Feb 8 at the two main temples that observe the festival.This consensus came about following complaints by devotees for the past three years that the silver chariot and the golden chariot would arrive late at the separate temples.