Colours of Navratri 2019

Navratri” means ‘nine nights’. This festival originated from Gujarat. It is the celebration of nine religious nights by doing Poojas to get the blessings of Goddess Durga. Throughout this festival, devotees worship nine incarnations of Goddess Durga for all the 9 days of Navratri. This festival signifies the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated in different forms in different states. Special dishes are prepared and decorations are done to welcome goddess.

Navratri is one of the most celebrated festival all across India. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion. It is that time of the year when we get the chance to reconnect with our family, friends and most importantly, our playful side!

Many rituals are associated with Navratri festival but wearing a specific colour of attire for each day of Navratri is a unique ritual. As per mythology, 9 days of Navratri are dedicated to the different Goddess and each Goddess is related to different colour and wearing that specific colour on that particular day is considered sacred and also brings good luck.

Here are the Nine colours of Navratri,

Day 1 – Colour of the Day – Orange

Orange colour symbolizes energy and happiness. Celebrate the 1st day of Navratri by wearing this beautiful Orange coloured Anarkali suit with print work on kameez and trouser bottom. It includes matching net material dupatta in orange colour with stone work.

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Day 2 – Colour of the Day – White

White colour signifies peace, purity and faith. You can opt for this stunning white coloured churidar suit beautified with flower work all over. Paired with matching bottom and floral border dupatta.

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Day 3 – Colour of the Day – Red

Red colour stands for bravery and power. Get the gorgeous look for the 3rd day of Navratri in this fascinating red coloured gharara suit with contrast dupatta in grey colour.

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Day 4 – Colour of the Day – Royal Blue

Royal Blue colour represents energy and tranquillity. Create your own style statement this Navratri, in this graceful royal blue coloured cotton kurti with checks print.

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Day 5 – Colour of the Day – Yellow

Yellow colour stands for happiness and brings optimism. Yellow colour brings the feeling of freshness. Make yourself look ethnic in this yellow coloured saree beautified with heavy embroidery work.

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Day 6 – Colour of the Day – Green

Green colour symbolizes richness and prosperity. Celebrate this day by wearing this attractive green coloured anarkali suit enhanced with embroidery work.

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Day 7 – Colour of the Day – Grey

Grey colour reveals dignity and respect. You should wear grey on this day. Honour the goddess by wearing this grey coloured soft net lehenga choli embellished with sequins and zari work.

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Day 8 – Colour of the Day – Purple

Purple colour stands for intelligence and aspiration. Get pretty look for this day by wearing this beautiful floor length purple coloured anarkali suit in satin material. Paired with contrast dark purple coloured dupatta.

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Day 9 – Colour of the Day – Peacock Green

Peacock Green symbolizes hope and a new beginning. Choose to wear this classic peacock green saree beautified with embroidery work. This saree is comfortable to carry for celebrating this auspicious occasion.

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To view our complete collection, please visit our website www.rajwadi.com

 

Bhagyashree. V

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