Wake Up SG: The time is ripe for Thaipusam to be reinstated as a public holiday.

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proportional to demographics, if want more holidays then import more villagers in
 

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Does all indians practise thaipusam? I don't know enough about their religion to comment . But if they have lower/higher caste and each group practise religion differently, then I dunno liao
 

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Does all indians practise thaipusam? I don't know enough about their religion to comment . But if they have lower/higher caste and each group practise religion differently, then I dunno liao
is like not all chinese celebrate vesak day
 

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The aliens we import here don't celebrate thaipusam. Too bad.

If the aliens here celebrate by now they pressure the govt to give them the holiday liao.
 

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The aliens we import here don't celebrate thaipusam. Too bad.

If the aliens here celebrate by now they pressure the govt to give them the holiday liao.

next time we will celebrate Holi..

Holi Holiday

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Garment and in particular Shan will reap what he sowed. He want to keep stirring race it will be no end. Good luck
 

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Does all indians practise thaipusam? I don't know enough about their religion to comment . But if they have lower/higher caste and each group practise religion differently, then I dunno liao
Thaipusam or Thaipoosam (Tamil: தைப்பூசம், Taippūcam ?), is a festival celebrated by the Tamil Hindu community on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai (January/February), usually coinciding with Pushya star, known as Poosam in Tamil or Pooyam in Malayalam. The festival is also observed among Keralites and is vernacularly called Thaipooyam (Malayalam: തൈപ്പൂയം).[1]

It is mainly observed in countries where there is a significant presence of Tamil community such as India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia,[2] Mauritius,[3] as well as other places where ethnic Tamils reside as a part of the local Indian diaspora population such as Canada, Singapore,[4] South Africa, the United States, Réunion, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica and the other parts of the Caribbean.

 
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