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Project 365/351. A woman carrying Kavadi containing milk to offer Lord Muruga during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In 2014, Thaipusam will be celebrated on January 17.
Taken on: 27th January, 2013. Copyright: All Rights Reserved - See jeremyvillasis's page of Flickr
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Kuala Lumpur is the modern, bustling and lush-green capital of Malaysia, a testament to the Southeast Asian nation clawing its way in recent decades out of the developing world and into the WiFi-enabled modern one.
At the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers, and lying just over 30 kilometres from the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, KL, as it is commonly known, is not as old as some other Southeast Asian capitals. But it still lays claim to some historical sites of interest, such as mosques, temples, and British colonial-era architecture.
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