The Thaipusam 2021 celebration took a silent turn this year at the Batu Caves Sri Subramaniar Swamy Devasthanam (Selangor), Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani (Penang), Kallumalai Arulmigu Subramaniyar (Ipoh), and Sri Subramaniya Swami Devasthanam (Kedahtemple complex. 

A group of talented and inventive photographers found a cool new way of capturing the quiet occasion without being in close proximity with people, making full use of drones and their mobile gadgets.

With that, we have curated a list of the best Thaipusam pictures which were shot beautifully from 27th till 29th of January in our #thaipusamlens2021 compilation. 

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Siva Kumar (Sk), @siva_wwc

The eve of Thaipusam #2021:

An almost deserted highway of the world-famous Batu Caves temple:

Darvin Shinoda Rao, @darvinshinoda_rao

Selian Kedar, @selian.kedar

Lingesh R, @linguini_93

Goosebumps pictures featuring a state of trance by the talented photographer.

NeshClix, @neshclix

S H S E N D R A N .G, @shsendrangeorge

We do hope that things will go back to normalcy and we will be able to celebrate Thaipusam next year in all its pomp and grandeur. Nevertheless, for now, safety is utmost important and we hope Malaysians follows the SOP’s diligently to curb the spreading of the Covid-19 virus. Let’s stay united and fight this together.

#Stayhome #Staysafe