Navratri Special: 9 Colors, 9 Days, and 9 Styles.
It’s time to welcome the Goddess once again. As the festive season surrounds everyone with the beginning of Navratri, it’s time to rev up your style quotient. From bold colors, heavily (decorated with patterns of thread) traditional Navratri outfits, and colorful jewelry, the special celebration (with fun events) of Navratri is not just about (not eating food) and eating (a lot). It is all about looking gorgeous on musical nights filled with dandiya beats. Let’s have a look at Navratri Special: 9 Colors, 9 Days, and 9 Styles and the significance of them so that when you are thinking about which color dress to wear on Navratri, you know exactly what to do!
DAY 1 – ORANGE
The first day of Navratri is for the first symbolic picture of Maa Durga – Goddess Shailputri, the daughter of mountains. She is a form of Mother Nature, showing strength and power.
The special celebration begins with the beautiful hues of Orange that are actually a mix of yellow and red, making it a (full of energy) color. The color orange shows ) excited interest (in something), warmth, and happiness. Take hints/signals below on how you can start off the special celebrations.
DAY 2 – WHITE
The second day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini, the goddess looking for knowledge.
It is believed that Goddess Parvati went to the mountains to do an apology to reduce her and as luck might have it, this is where she met Lord Shiva and joined him in his (belief in living very, very simply).
Day two is, therefore, for white, showing (living very simply and poorly) of the goddess. White is a symbol of peace, innocence, and purity.
DAY 3 – RED
The third day of Navratri is for Maa Chandraghanta, the Goddess who wears a crescent moon on her forehead and is always ready to destroy the enemies of her fans. Hence, the color dedicated for this day is red showing/indicating – blood, courage, and sacrifice. Here’s how you can dress up in red and give yourself an excellent look.
DAY 4 – ROYAL BLUE
The fourth day is loyal to/is dedicated to Maa Kushmanda, the Goddess is known for bringing light to the Universe by creating the (universe-related) egg. It is believed that her wonderful smile actually lit up the whole world!
Day four is dedicated to the color Royal Blue, attributing to Devi’s brightness and brightness.
DAY 5 – YELLOW
Day five of Navratri is for Goddess Skandamata, the Goddess of Fire. She is also known for being the mother of Skanda or Kartikeya, the God of war. Like fire, the color yellow also exudes enlightenment, clarity, warmth, and happiness. Take cues on how to wear the happy color, yellow, and look absolutely radiant and fresh.
DAY 6 – GREEN
The sixth day of Navratri is for worshipping the sixth bodily existence, Goddess Katyayani.
She is believed to be formed by the spontaneous anger of the Gods and Green is the color of the sixth day which signifies renewal, new beginnings, and growth.
DAY 7 – GREY
On the seventh day of Navratri or Saptami, Goddess Kaalratri is worshipped. She is also known as Kali and is carefully thought about/believed the strongest form of Maa Durga who destroyed all the demons, ghosts, and evil spirits.
Her strong (and scary) energy is included in Grey, a shade between black and white, which shows/indicates balance and neutrality.
While Navratri is all about bright colors, why not this time experiment and go with the color of Maa Durga. Here’s the perfect grey Kurta set with detailed (sewing patterns of thread on fabric) detailing that you can decorate on the seventh day-
DAY 8 – PURPLE
Day eight of Navratri or Ashtami is to worship the eighth visible sign of goddess Durga, Mahagauri. Hindus express thankfulness to the goddess by performing kayaks they shower with delicious food and gifts to nine young girls. Mahagauri fulfills all the desires of their fans. The color of the day is purple, showing/indicating magic, and desires to do great things.
Dress up in this royal color on the lucky day of Ashtami –
DAY 9 – PEACOCK GREEN
The ninth day of Navratri also called Navami, is the day when people worship the ninth bodily existence of Maa Durga, Goddess Siddhidhatri.
The goddess fulfills all the wishes. The color of the day is also Peacock Green – the magical color that leaves people (under a magic spell). Deck up in this color and light up/educate life and energy in style –
The last day of celebrations is on its day ten, also called Vijayadashami or Dussehra. The special celebration shows/indicates the victory of good over evil. So, enjoy each day of Navratri with every new fashion look.
Hope you enjoyed reading about the nine Navratri dress colors and ideas!