Malaysia Thaipusam celebration falls from mid-January to mid-February as per the Gregorian calendar. It is an officially public holiday in Malaysia and is also a key Hindu ceremony that is celebrated in the tenth month of the Hindu calendar. Thaipusam 2021 Malaysia is considered to be a holy celebration in which millions of Hindu devotees take part with full zeal and enthusiasm. The celebration is known to be a tribute to the Hindu God of war, Lord Muragan. There is a complete history associated with this celebration that is important to know before you plan to celebrate the festival.
The spiritual celebration traditionally falls on a full moon. It is a long celebration that is held for complete month. There are different rituals, activities and celebrations that are held on each day and preparations are made accordingly. On the first day, you can witness a procession on the streets of the city led by a chariot that presents a statue of Lord Muragan. After that on the second day, you can experience a barefoot walk to the Batu caves for the purpose of vow fulfillment. The rituals and celebrations goes on like this till the month ends. So, if you are planning to visit Malaysia, then this is one of the best times.
|21-Jan||Mon||Thaipusam||Johor, Kuala Lumpur,Negeri Sembilan, Penang,Perak, Putrajaya & Selangor||2019|
|08-Feb||Sat||Thaipusam||Johor, Kuala Lumpur,Negeri Sembilan, Penang,Perak, Putrajaya & Selangor||2020|
|28-Jan||Thu||Thaipusam||Johor, Kuala Lumpur,Negeri Sembilan, Penang,Perak, Putrajaya & Selangor||2021|
|18-Jan||Tue||Thaipusam||Johor, Kuala Lumpur,Negeri Sembilan, Penang,Perak, Putrajaya & Selangor||2022|