Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Deepavali Open House At Time Square, Penang.

Today is an important day for Hindus. It's Deepavali! Deepavali, also called as 'Festival of Light', is one of the most important festival for Hindus. It's celebrated between mid-October and mid-November. Today, it falls on today.

There is an open house hosted in Time Square, Penang, from 11am to 2pm. As I didn't have work, I manage to give it a visit.



Around Time Square, there are quite a number of temples. I saw a lot of Hindus were being there. I can feel how important this festival to them.

In this open house, I can see there are quite a lot of people attending. And the people attended are not just Hindus. I can see there are various people from various races and religions gathered there. That's what should be seen in Malaysia, right?

Well, let's look at photos to see how's the open house.


The venue of the open house


People are waiting the arrival of Penang Chief Minister


The place where the foods were prepared


The arrival of Penang Chief Minister, YAB Lim Guan Eng


The crowd are welcoming the arrival of YAB Lim Guan Eng


Penang Chief Minister's car


Waiting the ceremony to start


YAB Lim Guan Eng lighting on the light


Performance

This open house is quite a successful ones, And, happily, I manage to take a photo with Penang Chief Minister, YAB Lim Guan Eng.



HAPPY DEEPAVALI!

13 comments:

  1. woooooooo! so many people...
    scary...

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  2. omg! so yeng can take picture with lim guan eng~ envy le~ XD

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  3. hahaha...ur idol...:)

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  4. Wow! That is nice!!! :)

    Good to know there's Deepavali celebration with YAB! :D

    Meitzeu
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  5. Kinda cool that both the CM and his wife wore Indian attire. Now that's what I call muhibah! Hmm now I wonder what Rosmah would look like in a sari.....

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  6. so nice! i din celebrate although i'm penang lang too :(

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  7. Jothi, yalo, it should be like that as our nation is a multicultural nation.
    Camy, haha, nevermind, there are still many other celebration for you.

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  8. Ya, it's nice, and it's quite crowded, that's why I didn't try the food served there.

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  9. Seems quite interesting. For me, I rest at home during deepavali

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  10. Haha. A lot of my friends were resting in home too. Hehe.

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