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Technical specialist S. Ganesan fasted for 61 days to fulfill his Thaipusam vow, but it is nothing compared to the vow made.
Yesterday, he rolled on the ground for 400m from the main gate of the Batu Caves temple to the bottom of the staircase.
“This is the first time I am doing this. Previously, I carried milk and a kavadi,” said the 24-year-old. Ganesan picked the eve as the day to fulfill his vow as he would be helping his family members today.
Meanwhile, more than a million devotees are expected to converge at the site for this holy festival, and the RM3.6mil upgrading work at Batu Caves was completed just in time for the celebrations.
Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the upgraded facilities had been handed over to the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple Dhevasthanam committee.
“Batu Caves is a major tourist site. It is an image and icon Malaysia uses to depict multi-culturalism, religion and eco-tourism,” she said at a press conference yesterday.
Among the upgrading completed were the installation of an interlocking drainage system; the completion of a parking area for 56 tourist buses and 190 cars as well as the installation of lights and bollards.
The upgrade was mooted by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in August last year when he visited Batu Caves.
He said the funds would help improve the infrastructure and make Batu Caves a major tourist destination.
“Last year, we recorded tourist arrivals of 23.6 million. From this total, 589,838 were from India.
“We hope the tourist arrivals from India would increase with the newly-launched AirAsia routes to New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai,” Dr Ng said.
She added that tourist arrivals from China reached one million last year and the ministry had set a target of a 5% increase this year.
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