Navratri is an indulgent Hindu festival which is celebrated in India with full intensity. The celebration is praised for nine evenings continuously two times per year. The celebration of Navratri means the triumph of good over abhorrence. Extraordinary foods are prepared on Navratri and people enjoy a lot. The celebration is praised in various forms in various states. Numerous customs are related to Navratri celebration. One of them is of wearing a particular shade of garb during every day of Navratri. A remarkable part of the love that appeared on this day is that the icon is hung with a dress of a particular shading to symbolize a particular symbol. The custom of dressing in a similar shading as that of the symbol has advanced throughout the years. During the party, individuals who are observing fasts are required to wear a particular shading and offer a particular food to the god.
On the first day of Navratri, people idolize Goddess Shailputri and the color of the first day is orange. Buy the beautiful orange Designer Shrug Dress from Fashionmozo and represent divinity in full honor.
Day 2 – White
The second day of Navratri is dedicated to Deity Brahmacharini. White is known to be associated with the 2nd day of Navratri. Wear the beautiful cotton rose Kurti pant Dupatta on this day and get ready to dazzle others.
Day 3 – Red
On the 3rd day of Navratri, Goddess Chandraghanta is worshiped that is also the goddess of harmony and serenity. Red is rightly connected with this divinity. Wear this drop-dead gorgeous red ruffle saree and let your fashion speak for your lordliness.
Day 4 – Royal Blue
The color associated with the fourth day is royal blue which is devoted to goddess Kushumunda. Flaunt a new look rock this Navratri in this Blue Silk Printed Border Saree which is perfect for the 4th day.
Day 5 – Yellow
The fifth day is devoted to the Goddess Skandamata and devotees are expected to wear yellow-colored clothes that represent happiness and lightness. Expose a new look with the yellow rayon gown and pair it with your golden jhumkis.
Day 6 – Green
It is the goddess Katyayani who idolizes on the sixth day of Navratri. Devotees wear green colored clothes on this day. If you want to wear something traditional and feminine on this day then buy Green Saree Contrast Blouse from Fashionmozo.
Day 7 – Grey
The seventh day of Navratri is devoted to the Goddess Kaal Ratri. On this day, devotees wear grey colored clothes to gratify the deity. If you want to wear something simple on 7th day of Navratri then try this wear the exquisite Grey Embroidery Kurti Pant Dupatta with dangler earrings.
Day 8 – Purple
People wear purple colors on the eight-day of Navratri. The 8th Navratri day is also known as Ashtamion which many people perform Kanjaks. People worship goddess Mahagauri on this day. Choose Purple Saree for this day and showoff your traditional look.
Day 9 – Peacock green
Day nine is known as Navami and it is the last day of the festival. Make your look stand out by dressing yourself in this Green Saree Red Blouse. If you are bored with the traditional options then check out the women’s wear at Fashionmozo.
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