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This temple started in squatter houses in Jalan sultan Abdul Samad. In 2005, they moved to the present location.
The Karpaga Vinayagar, or the “elephant God” statue is portrayed with a trunk that curves to his right, instead of the usual left, making it the only statue of its kind in Malaysia!
Vinayagar is known as the protector & helps clear the path. Most Hindu devotees will pray to Vinayagar before praying to other Hindu deities.
Look inside for the Lord Vinayagar statue made entirely out of bananas, brown sugar and cement!
The coconut breaking ritual at the front door is common in Shaivite Hindu temples. It signifies the breaking of the human ego & surrendering oneself to God.
Cows are sacred in Hinduism because they are the provider of milk!
No.199, Jalan Berhala, Brickfields
Opening hours: 6am – 12pm, 6pm – 9:30pm
Tel: 03-2274 8624