In Conjunction with the upcoming Deepavali…

… I decided to scout around Little India Street in Klang. I passed by the Street every Sunday on the way to church but never once scout around the street for fear of being nab by ah neh-neh (sheesh….). But over the weekend, the street has become so lively with crowds doing shopping for the coming Deepavali Festival.

Some random shots that I’ve taken with my NEW!!!! Sony T-10 which I’ve collage them. But I still prefer the full size view as some of the pics really look awesome.

Icky Food

According to my Indian collegue, those round round thing is very yummy and sweet. The origin is from native of Bangali. The only Indian biscuits I love is the muruku!

Silks & Clothings

Do you know that Punjabi suit is not cheap? A good quality fabric and a bit nicer design can cost you about RM80 (US$21) above. If you are planning to buy a Punjabi suit, do set a budget of Rm100. I tried to get one but failed $$$.

ooOO… look at this bare back sari blouse.

Definitely set the festive mood sexcited.

Fake jewelleries is everywhere.

Look at the beaming face on the little girl. Gosh, most little girls love accessories. I bet if Princess is with me, she will want to have one of those too.

Footside fortune teller is very famous during my younger days.

Can’t believe that they still exist now! Isn’t future is on your own palm and not on the parrot beak?

Weaving of Jasmine flower or Bunga Melur

It was meant to hang across the Hindu deity during prayer and also to beautify their hair after they have bun them.

… and a post usually end with something soothing and relaxing. Neh… not another massage. Indian massage can break your neck bone!

This is sooooooo Malaysian. A tired girl resting on a pile of clothings. We get this scene even in shopping malls. What can I say. Malaysia BOLEH!!!

Would like to extend my wishes to all Hindus readers –


and to non Hindus readers –

HAPPY HOOOLIDAYYYY. Yahoooooooooooo!!!

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  1. huisia said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 11:50 am

    Hey,how you managed to take lotsa photos? Didn’t they feel weird when seeing you holding the camera?

    The Queen says: I just keep on walking non stop. they are more than happy that i took their pic.  But I did get into trouble with one of the shop selling pirated t-shirt.  I’ll save that for other day.

  2. JC said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 12:00 pm

    Happy Deepavali to all celebrating (me included)… :mrgreen:

  3. the Razzler said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 12:18 pm

    Nice pics … my neighbour also sells the flowers & stuff. It’s the only Indian shop in the street. Business is very good recently.

    I always enjoy the procession & crowd during Deepavali … really livens up the town.

    Happy Deepavali to all of YRH The Queen’s …. subjects !! hehe 🙂

  4. Wuching said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 12:33 pm

    happy horiday!

  5. Cynthia said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 2:07 pm

    i love the sweet. abit is ok..dun too much lah
    Happy deepavali~!
    selamat bercuti!
    =.=”’ nahbeh..i stil have to cramp for exam.

  6. seefei said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 2:45 pm

    NICE PIC! appreciate the effort and time. have a happy deepavali!

  7. Ah Pek said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 5:27 pm

    you can yahoooo lah…i open shop…:-(

    The Queen says:  Other shops all close.  You open shop sure very good business. Jiak Beh liao. 

  8. robin said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 7:26 pm

    We never have holidays for Deepavali in Kuching, so not fair.. Iwantmyholidaylaraiyooooorrrrrr

    The Queen says:  Oh, I didn’t know about that.  But hey, at least you guys get the Dayak day off. 

  9. Lin Peh said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 7:41 pm

    U sure non hindu can wish the hindu happy deepavali huh ? Gaoment ok ledi huh ? LOL!!!!!! HAPPY HORNYDAY TO U TOO ! 😉

    The Queen says:  I read your blog everyday also become horny. 

  10. Alkanehneh said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 8:54 pm

    Tangachi, nan une karthilikeren!

    Yeppy Deepavali!!!!!

    The Queen says:  tsk,tsk… Ahnehneh want roti canai issit? 

  11. shiruikage said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 10:15 pm

    did u ask some of them to pose for u queenie? i think u did…u ROCKS!~

    The Queen says:  I’m acting like a suaku tourist and click away.  These ppl couldn’t be bothered.  But that girl selling bangles did pose for me to shoot.  So I quickly click.  Then the next stall saw and ask me to snap them too.  Wah… I lari cepat cepat.

  12. Lil said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 10:21 pm

    can someone please fedex some food over??!

    The Queen says:  *trying to aggigate Lilian, munching kacang putih & muruku loudly* tehehe 

  13. Simple American said,

    October 19, 2006 @ 11:20 pm

    Happy Holidays Hijackqueen. I loved the collages. How do you do that?

    The kid pics were all really cute. My daughter would have loved those little bracelets. One day I hope I can take her there to shop and look.

    The Queen says:  On my main page did you see the “Google Photo Organizer”?  Click that button and download the software.  It’s free.   Hey, do make a trip down to Malaysia.  With the exchange rate of 3.8% you can buy the whole town!!!!

  14. jazzmint said,

    October 20, 2006 @ 11:33 am

    hehe i also love murukku…and one more beehives. the sweet things are really wayyyyy so sweet, can die mann

  15. phil said,

    October 20, 2006 @ 4:26 pm

    hello…i saw the picture of the little girl trying out the banggles in The Star..

    The Queen says:  Yahooo!!!! FIFTY BUCKS!!!!! (I’ve yet to check them out.) 

  16. MLNS said,

    October 26, 2006 @ 4:03 pm

    I had a set of Punjabi suit made recently at RM83, chose the fabric & design but have yet to collect due to the high demand during Deeparaya. So, told the tailor to take his sweet time. Will post the pix once I get it. So, watch out for it ;P

  17. Immomsdaughter said,

    October 26, 2006 @ 4:05 pm

    MLNS is melah. Lazy to change the info=liddat big head prawn

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