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Old 10-28-2012, 07:55 PM
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Talking Brickfields Little India 2012 Diwali Bazaar

Today Brickfields is experiencing many changes. Around Kuala Lumpur Sentral there are many high-rise buildings in the making—new shopping mall (Nu Sentral), hotels and office towers.

The good old Brickfields area has undergone a redevelopment process like beautification projects and widening of roads—making Little India more attractive and stylish for residents and tourists.



Title: Pots and pans
About: The big boss was setting up his temporary makeshift stall at Brickfields Deepavali bazaar. It's a mini stall packed with glitzy pots and pans.

Indians dominate Brickfields Little India, but the two major communities — the Malays and the Chinese — also share space with them. Shops are stacked to the brim with goods familiar in India — like Sakthi Rasam from South India, Parampara incense and Gold Winner Sunflower oil.

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/125 s
ISO: 360
F-STOP: f/5.6
FOCAL LENGTH: 48mm
CAMERA: Nikon D3200

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Title: Shop till you drop
About: The shops here sell everything from traditional Indian goods such as saris, flower garlands, spices and Bollywood music, to local delicacies such as vadai, thosai (Indian pancakes made from fermented rice flour) and more.

Since its major transformation, Brickfields Little India has turned into one of Kuala Lumpur’s trademark tourist hotspots not only because of the wares found here but for its proximity to KL Sentral station.

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/125 s
ISO: 100
F-STOP: f/5.6
FOCAL LENGTH: 18mm
CAMERA: Nikon D3200

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Title: Don't play-play
About: He is one of the many fortune tellers in Brickfields Little India. Guess what? It's almost like they want to be photographed The fortune teller threw some cowrie shells and their position was interpreted by the God via the shaman (the man in red).

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/125 s
ISO: 400
F-STOP: f/5.6
FOCAL LENGTH: 52mm
CAMERA: Nikon D3200

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looks exactly like Little India in Penang!
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looks exactly like Little India in Penang!
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Title: Distracted
About: A man threading a garland of jasmine flowers. He looks a bit worried.

Photo Technical Details:
SHUTTER SPEED: 1/40 s
ISO: 400
F-STOP: f/3.8
FOCAL LENGTH: 18mm
CAMERA: Nikon D3200

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Title: Old versus New
About: Brickfields is also known as a "Divine Location" as many religious buildings, some over 100 years old, are concentrated in the area, particularly Jalan Berhala. The road named Jalan Berhala means shrine road, it houses the Buddhist Maha Vihara Temple, the quaint Arulmigu Sree Veera Hanuman Temple, and the Sri Sakthi Karpaga Vinayagar Temple.

Pictured above is The Tamil Methodist Church in Brickfields, established in 1896.

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SHUTTER SPEED: 1/320 s
ISO: 100
F-STOP: f/9
FOCAL LENGTH: 32mm
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