Imbued with ancient tradition and roots and enveloped by joy and flamboyance, Thaipusam is one of the most beautiful Hindu festivals which is celebrated by the Tamil population not just in India, but all across the globe. This two-day festival falls on the day of the full moon during the Tamil month of Thai and is usually celebrated in either January or February, depending on the position of the moon. Celebration of Thaipusam in Singapore involves early morning prayers, asceticism, self-control, processions and piercings, and is celebrated in honour of Lord Murugan, who is the Hindu God of war and epitomizes youth, power, and virtue.
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