Navratris are only a month away, the days we all enthusiastically wait to instill ourselves in the worship of Goddess Durga and adore ourselves in finery, jewelry, and clothes. We enjoy Garba to the beats of the traditional drums.
Believers abstain from alcohol and any type of non-vegetarian food and many also undertake nine days of fasting when they abstain from certain grains and vegetables and follow specific rules.
And, do you know each day has a dedicated color and significance attached to it? We will list here the color you should wear each day of Navratri and start preparing for the day.
Navratri Day 1: Wear Yellow
On this day Goddess Shailaputri is worshiped. She is a form of Parvati. The meaning of Shaila is extraordinary, one who reaches a high state of consciousness. On this day, the yellow color is worn for it stands for brightness and happiness. You can see the whole embroidered in yellow Kurti and Lehenga. All printed work lehenga choli in buttery silk.
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Navratri Day 2: A Day to wear Green
The day you dedicate to Mata Brahmacharini and green is the color you should wear and is considered auspicious. Green signifies growth and prosperity and is linked with nature, energy, and renewal.
Why not opt for Parrot Green Elephant embroidered Yoke and colorful Yoke Kedia and Tulip pants
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Navratri Day 3: Grey is auspicious
On this day devotees shower their prayers to Mata Chandraghanta. The day is associated with the grey color as it symbolizes enthusiasm, zeal, and motivation to destroy evil.
New Chaniya Choli is fully embroidered and looks equally graceful.
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Navratri Day 4: Orange for brightness, peace, and knowledge
It is a day dedicated to Mata Kushmanda, a “smiling goddess”, so orange is considered auspicious. People adorn themselves in orange signifying brightness, peace, and knowledge.
It’s for you Navratri special Butter Silk, with Top, Bottom, and Dupatta, perfect to commemorate the day.
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Navratri Day 5: White for purity, peace, and meditation
On this day Mata Skandmata is worshiped. She is the fifth form of Goddess Durga. On this day, people are asked to wear white to please the Goddess as it represents purity, peace, and meditation.
Cotton Navratri Lehenga Choli adds vibrancy with bursting colors but also celebrates white.
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Navratri Day 6: Red for Courage and to show determination
It is the day of Mata Katyayani, who is worshiped for beauty and fearlessness, so it is red that we wear on this day. The red color signifies courage, determination, bravery, and beauty.
Cotton Vibrant Lehnga with a mix of red and white. You will look equally gorgeous in this attire.
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Navratri Day 7: Royal Blue- The Colour of Elegance
With a dark complexion and a fearless posture, Kaalratri is celebrated on the seventh day of Navratri. The color symbolizes divine energy and power. On this day the devotees get solace and comfort at night as the goddess destroys the fear of darkness.
It is represented in royal blue, signifying the color of elegance.
Kirti Sanon spells adorning beauty with royal blue lehenga Choli. It is a dream for all blue lovers to celebrate this 7th day fearlessly and beautifully.
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Navratri Day 8- Wear Sublime Pink to display feminine charm and affection
It is a day of Goddess Mahagauri signifying inner beauty and freedom. Worshiping on this day means inciting energy within the person and propelling it forward and getting liberated. She shows a countenance that radiates peace and compassion.
Wear Sublime Pink symbolizing affection and feminine charm, to celebrate harmony and kindness.
Find out this Navratri special pink Lehenga Choli with printed butter skill material. Why not adorn it, to enjoy your beauty and freedom?
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Navratri Day 9: Vibrant Purple For stability and Richness
It is a day to worship Goddess Siddhidhatri, placed on a Lotus. She can grant 26 different wishes to her devotees and worship a logical mind and it is said about her that she can turn everything impossible into possible.
Wear something in vibrant purple, a color for stability and richness. This Sonam’s Kapoor-ready purple lehenga is the best piece of attire.
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The dazzling look and stunning Navratri dresses entice those who are not skilled enough to the grooving beats of Garba and Dandiya. It is a time of the year when we again connect with our families and enjoy the positive side of it. With those colorful lights and enthusiasm people want to look gorgeous and at their best in their traditional attire.
Overall the best Navratri Style statements,
For Women it is
Kurti and Lehenga
Why not wear a fabulous yellow designer Kurti and Lehenga? A simple Lehenga and embellished Kurtis are the two must-addons for your festivals. To give a simple ethnic look add a pair of Kacchi worked Kurti with a plain lehnga and multi-colored dupatta, you will look fabulous.
You can find it in various styles and designs. And you can also adorn the same according to the color of the day.
For men it is:
Kediyu and Dhoti- A great choice
Nothing is as stunning as Kediyu & Dhoti, the best attire for the Navratri. It is also ideal for the dandiya dance. It is a short kurta with exquisite style embroidery and flairs towards the bottom that offers a wonderful dance look. It also features mirrors making the outfit glisten when one dances around. It is a very comfy piece of clothing, best for dancing.
You have ample choices to adorn in Navratri making these festive days so very special for you. Choose the color according to the significance each day holds and feel the difference.
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