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Temple’s origins traced back to the Pillai family September 21, 2006

Posted by asianpixmen in Culture, India, Malaysia, Places.
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This temple had its beginnings as a private shrine for the Pillai family. It was only in the late 1920s that the family opened its doors to the public.

According to architectural records, the temple represents a body that is lying on his back. Head facing West and feet facing East.

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1. sreekumar - April 10, 2007

which temple is this ? is it Melankodu Temple which is near to Kumarakovil placed in thakkela.

2. asianpixmen - April 12, 2007

This is the famous Indian temple in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s chinatown.
It has been around for decades. Certainly it has a rich heritage. You will find answers to your questions elsewhere in this blog where I have posted pictures and have written a bit about its history.


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