Indian festivals in Malaysia

People of Indian origin make 3rd largest group in Malaysia. Most of them are Tamil speaking. No wonder Malaysia celebrates Pongal, Thai Pusam, Deepawali and other Indian festivals with same zeal as it celebrates other festivals.

Rangoli malaysia @lemonicks.com

Saw this Rangoli at the entrance of Petronas, Kuala Lumpur.

Rangoli malaysia @lemonicks.com

And some of the traditional delicacies that I made today 🙂

Wish you all a very Happy Pongal, Sankranti and Lohri.
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5 thoughts on “Indian festivals in Malaysia

  1. This festival is celebrated on a grand scale in almost all regions of India and is looked upon mainly as the beginning of a New Year… On this day of Diwali Deepavali people light small oil lamps called diyas and place them around their homes in courtyards gardens verandahs on the walls and also on the roof tops.

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