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Happy Navratri: 9 Days 9 Colour 9 Dresses

Navratri celebrates the divine powder of Maa Durga. This nine-day festival celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. Each day is devoted to the nine avatars of Goddess Durga. To be more connected to Goddess Durga, devotees wear nine special colours on each day of Navratri. We have put together a list of nine beautiful outfits in accordance with the colour of the Navaratri Festival, hope you will like them. So here they are:


Day 1:

The first day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Shailapuri as she is considered the messenger of peace and serenity, white colour is considered auspicious to wear on this day.


Day 2:

The second day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Brahmacharini, red- the colour of love and passion is considered auspicious to wear on this day.


Day 3:

The third day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Chandraghanta. On this day, devotees wear blue colour on this day which symbolises richness and serenity.


Day 4:

The fourth day is devoted to Maa Kushmanda and yellow colour is worn on this day. Yellow symbolises joy and enthusiasm.


Day 5:

The fifth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Skandmata and wearing green is considered auspicious. Green signifies growth and new beginnings.


Day 6:

The sixth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Katyayani. Devotees wear grey coloured clothes on this. Grey signifies balanced emotions.


Day 7:

The seventh day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Kalratri and orange colour is worn on this day. Orange signifies positivity and warmth.


Day 8:

The eighth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Mahagauri and devotees wear peacock green colour, the colour that stands for compassion.


Day 9:

The ninth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Siddhidatri and devotee wear pink, on this day. Pink symbolises love, affection and kindness.


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Beautiful collections

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