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Spiritual side of Kota Bharu

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Make-shift shops @ hawkers making the most of the weekly gathering.


Ardent listeners.


The Menteri Besar of Kelantan, Tok Guru Dato' Nik Aziz preaching to the audience.

What :
Weekly Public Religious Sermon or Ceramah Agama
Where :
In front of PAS building, Jalan Dato' Pati, Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Who :
Most of the time, the Chief Minister or Menteri Besar of Kelantan, TG Dato' Nik Aziz himself.
When:
Every Friday morning, 9:30 to 10:30
Why :
Friday is a restday for Kelantan, the locals spend their cool morning either at nearby Pasar Tani or Morning Market or simply go to "ceramah agama" through out the state.

See my previous entry related to this topic HERE




Quote:


Background Music :

UE WO MUITE ARUKOU* by the late Kyuu Sakamoto

Ue wo muite arukou

Namida ga koborenai you ni

Omoidasu haru no hi

Hitoribocchi no yoru

Ue wo muite arukou

nijinda hoshi wo kazoete

Omoidasu natsu no hi

Hitoribocchi no yoru




*Link courtesy from this SITE

Believe it or not,
this song, released in 1960s, manage to secure top rank on the music charts around the world during the era and still considered today by many in the east and west, a nostalgic, evergreen song.
One of many world-renowned Japanese products ~

The famous English version by 4PM, get it HERE

Sukiyaki Song

The Japanese hit known in the west as "Sukiyaki" was released in Japan in 1961 as as "Ue wo Muite Arukou" ( "I will walk on with my head high" ). It was sung by Kyuu Sakamoto, composed by Hachidai Nakamura with lyrics by Rokusuke Ei. (The song became the number one hit in the United States in 1963.) The literal translation of the first part of the song is as below:

I will walk on with my head held high
so that my tears will not run down.
On a spring day I remember the night
when I was left alone (on my own).

I will walk on with my head held high,
counting the stars blurred by my tears.
On a summer day I remember the night
when I was left alone (on my own).

The above "Sukiyaki Song" short article was taken from here



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