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Article: 9 Colours of Navratri 2020: How to Wear Nine Colours of Navratri

9 Colours of Navratri 2020: How to Wear Nine Colours of Navratri
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9 Colours of Navratri 2020: How to Wear Nine Colours of Navratri

9 colours to wear during the 9 days of Navratri:

The spiritual days of Navratri are here and it’s time to offer our respect to the Goddess. This festival is one of the significant Hindu festivals and is observed gleefully all over India. But for those who don’t know much about it, why Navratri is celebrated? The nine days of Navratri are celebrated to remember the victory of good over evil and are dedicated to different incarnations of Goddess Durga. The long fiesta takes place on the nine auspicious days as per the Hindu lunar calendar, when people will worship the nine avatars of the Goddess.

Sharad Navratri 2020:

This year, the Sharad Navratri 2020 or Sharadiya kick starts from Saturday, 17th October and would last until Sunday, 25th October, followed by Dussehra on 25th October. On these holy days of Navratri 2020, the prayers would be offered to the nine forms of Goddess Durga – Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandharghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidathri. Religious services to them must be adhered to as per the divine law mentioned in sacred scriptures. Each day of the festival is symbolised by 9 Colours Of Navratri respectively and each hue is related to the respective avatar of Durga as mentioned above.

So, if you are planning to keep fast this time around and thinking about what to wear for Navratri? to help you out in following the auspicious colour scheme, here is the list of few Navratri outfits for 2020 to celebrate the day with specific colour along with the info about the avatars it honours, according to the Hindu mythology. Wearing these 9 Colours Of Navratri on the holy nine days is sure to fetch you a lot of luck and happiness:

Navratri Dress Code Ideas following The Colours of 9 Days of Navratri:

Day 1: Yellow Colour

The first day honours the Shailputri avatar of Goddess, she symbolises nature, so celebrate the day by wearing the yellow colour Navratri dress for girl. The yellow colour is a symbol of joy and happiness.
Welcome the goddess by wearing this yellow and maroon straight chanderi kurta with patiala and brocade dupatta from Jaipur Kurti. This chanderi kurta has side slit, buttons, border detailing with 3/4th sleeves and mandarin collar.


Day 2: Green Colour

The second day is dedicated to the Brahmacharni avatar of Goddess Durga. She is the Goddess of spiritual knowledge. Celebrate this day by wearing green colour dress for Navratri.
This green straight fit suit set with a hint of blue in it, from Jaipur Kurti is apt for the day. this attire displays a Pintuck detailing on yoke along with printed border detailing. This kurta has 3/4th sleeves, round neck and brocade dupatta. Tailored from chanderi fabric, this suit set will brighten up your festivities.


Day 3: Grey Colour

The third day of Navaratri is dedicated to Devi Chandraghanta who carries a half-moon on her forehead. The Devi is worshipped for bravery and courage. You should wear grey on this day.
Honour the goddess by wearing this grey printed straight chanderi and cotton two-piece kurta with grey palazzo. This attire has front placket, side slit with 3/4th sleeves and mandarin collar which feels perfect for the festive day.


Day 4: Orange Colour

Devi Khusmanda is worshipped on this day, who is a goddess of brightness and energy. The orange colour symbolises this day, so choose an orange colour outfit for this day.
Celebrate the day by wearing this orange floral print A-line cotton kurta with orange palazzo. This beautiful kurta by Jaipur Kurti, has box pleat, tassel detail, front and back yoke detail, 3/4th Sleeves and round neck.

Day 5: White Colour

The fifth day of Navaratra is dedicated to Devi Skandamata, the goddess of purity. You should wear the colour white on this day.
Wear this white embroidered A-line Cotton slub dress from Jaipur kurti. This beautiful slub dress has artistic embroidery with button detailing on sleeves, flared hemline, round neck with elbow-length sleeves.


Day 6: Red Colour

On the sixth day, the colour red is worn to honour Devi Katyayani. The colour is a symbol of Devi’s anger towards her enemies.
Sport this straight fit cotton printed red kurti with matching palazzo and dupatta. This kurti has piping detailing.

Day 7: Dark Blue Colour

It is the day to worship Devi Kaalratri. The goddess immense power is represented by wearing the colour dark blue on this day.
This Navy blue and beige printed handloom kurta with palazzo and dupatta is the best fit for the day.

Day 8: Pink Colour

Devi Mahagauri is worshipped on the eight-day. She is a symbol of hope and upliftment. Pink is the colour of this day. Choose to wear this beautiful pink solid straight chanderi kurta with pant and dupatta on this day.


Day 9: Violet Colour

Devi Siddhidatri is worshipped on the last day of Navratra. She blesses everyone with knowledge and fulfils expectations. You should wear a violet colour on this day to represent aspiration and power. You don this beautiful and casual white and violet colour combo on this day.


So, ladies wear this colour schemed dresses for Navratri to celebrate the festival with utter enthusiasm. May the goddess shower her blessing on you all in each and every aspect of your life.

Jai Mata Di!

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