Batu Caves is a limestone mountain that has a range of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It received its title from the Sungai Batu (Stone River), which streams past the mountain.
The 272 steps Batu Caves – a well known Hindu temple site near Kuala Lumpur – have gotten a rainbow layer of paint that has unquestionably lit up the scene for the travelers who rush to the site to investigate its unbelievable limestone caves and historic temples. The vivid new steps are now witnessing popularity among Instagrammers, however, the religious site is likewise a journey for some Hindus and highlights an enormous golden statue of the god Lord Murugan (Kartikeya).
As indicated by news site TwentyTwo13, the repainting of the steps included a supply of abundance paint including around 100 volunteers, youthful and old, finishing the activity in two and a half days to change the conspicuous milestone.
The stairs paving the way to a temple in Malaysia have an eye-getting new shading plan – however, the brilliant rainbow hues have additionally pulled in some debate. The Malaysian National Heritage Department wasn’t as effectively inspired.
Malaysian newspaper The Star stated that because of the temple’s heritage status, additional approval from the administration was required before work started. The board at the historic site insists that giving the stairs a bright makeover isn’t in violation of any heritage regulations, that giving the stairs a splendid makeover isn’t disregarding any legacy controls, however the National Heritage Department takes note of that the change work, which saw updates to every one of the 13 temples at the site, could be justification for delisting as a heritage site.
Every year, a large number of individuals additionally travel to the caves for the Thaipusam celebration in late January.
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