Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

The exit. photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

A very different Thaipusam in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Crowd management, social distancing and masked. Devotees are only allowed to gather at Tank road for their pilgrimage. 

No foot processions with Kavadis - wooden or metal structures with milk offerings - will be carried from Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple in Serangoon Road, but devotees will still be able to carry Paal Kudams or milk pots into the temple at Tank Road.

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Signs to the entrance of the temple. photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Devotees young and old. photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Foreign workers from southern India joined the pilgrimage despite Covid-19 restrictions. photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

photographed by KC Eng

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Poked! Thaipusam 2021

Devotees have to remove their shoes as they enter the temple. photographed by KC Eng

Tank Road Singapore

Tank Road Singapore

Thaipusam devotees waiting for their queue to go into the temple during Covid-19. photographed by KC Eng

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