Part 2 of the video may be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJJfe810W_o
The Vijayadasami celebration at Sri Raja Rajeswari Temple, Tmn Sentosa, Klang was held from 5th October to 14 October 2013. More than 500 devotees participated in this important celebration on the 10th day of the Navaratri Celebration.
Navaratri in Tamil Language literally means “The Festival of Nine Nights” is also commonly known as the Vegetarian Festival. The 10th day of the festival is known as the Vijayadasami , a day of victory celebrated with grandeur and prayers in most of the Amman temples in Malaysia .
Vijayadasami is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over evil. On this day, Mother Goddess Shakti killed the buffalo demon Mahishasura. Usually, Navarathiri Durga Pooja marks the end of the 10th day.
Mahishasura was born of as demon father (Rambha) and he looks like a buffalo 1. As such, he has the body of a human and the head of a buffalo. He wreaked havoc all over the three worlds and the gods approached Lord Siva, Vishnu and Brahma for guidance.
Out of the flames of fury that emanated from them emerged Mother Durga who slayed Mahishasura in the ensuing battle. Henceforth she came to be hailed as Mahishasura Mardhini. (Video above)
According to the high priest, Vitya Sri Rameshbala, from the Raja Rajeswari Temple, those who perform this puja will not defeated and will gain confidence and courage to face any sort of tough situation in life.