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Nine Sarees To Wear For Nine Days of Navratri Festivities

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‘Navratri’ is derived from two Sanskrit words- ‘Nava’ means Nine and ‘Ratri’ means night, therefore Navratri translates to nine auspicious nights. It is a major festival of the Hindus that depicts joy, positivity, and devotion to the feminine divine and is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. It falls in the Ashwin month according to the Hindu calendar, roughly between September and October. It is a time for introspection and spiritual growth. Many people observe fast, offer prayers, and perform various rituals these days to purify their minds and bodies. It is also a time for dancing, feasting, and social gatherings. 

It is believed that during this time, goddess Durga descends to earth, to bless her devotees. And in some parts of India, young girls are worshipped as a manifestation of the goddess.

This festival also works as a reminder that the divine feminine energy is present in all of us and it should be respected and celebrated.


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Importance and significance of 9 colors of Navratri

Navratri is considered to be the official start of the festive season. As the nine auspicious days of festivities are just around the corner, here is a list of the colors dedicated to each day along with their significance and importance. Keeping fast and wearing colors according to Navratri color is considered very sacred in Hindu traditions. This brings peace and prosperity, helping you feel devoted and relaxed throughout the festivities. Women follow this tradition widely and adorn themselves with similar-colored clothing and accessories. Here we have listed what colors to wear in this upcoming Navratri season. 


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Day 1: Maa Shailaputri

Color of the day- Orange

Day one of Navratri begins with a bright and vibrant warm color- orange, which signifies happiness and energy. The Goddess Shailaputri, also known as Parvati is the  daughter of the mountains and is worshipped on this day.  Maa Shailaputri is a symbol of strength and courage and is worshiped for bestowing her devotees with good fortune. She is believed to be the destroyer of demons and the bestower of blessings. 

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Day 2: Maa Brahmacharini

Color of the day- White

The color for day 2 is white. On this day goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped. She signifies intelligence and loyalty. The white color signifies innocence, purity, and tranquility.

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Day 3: Maa Chandraghanta

Color of the day- Red

The day worships the goddess Chandraghanta who rewards her devotees with bravery grace and courage. The color symbolizes health, life, courage, and passion.

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Day 4: Maa Kushmanda

Color of the day- Royal blue

This particular day is dedicated to the goddess Kushmanda. She has eight hands and is also known as Ashtabhuja devi. The color signifies the sense of royalty and unmatched elegance. 

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Day 5: Maa Skandmata

Color of the day- Yellow

This day celebrates Goddess Skandmata, the mother of Kartikey. Yellow stands for joy, enthusiasm, and brightness.

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Day 6: Maa Katyayani

Color of the day- Green

Goddess Katyayani is worshipped on this day. She is known as the killer of Mahishasura.

This color symbolizes the beauty of nature and prosperity. It also symbolizes growth, knowledge, nature as well as peace, fertility, and peace.

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Day 7: Maa Kaalratri

Color of the day- Grey

Goddess Kaalratri also known as Shubhankari is the goddess of worship that is adored on this day.

Grey is a distinctive color for its ability to create an elegant fashion statement with subtle tones.

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Day 8: Maa Mahagauri

Color of the day- Purple

This day is the day of kanjak, in which people worship and feed small girls who are considered to be the avatar of the goddess. The color signifies knowledge and peace.

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Day 9: Maa Siddhidatri

Color of the day: Peacock Green

Day 9 is the last day of Navratri festivities. It is the day of Maa Siddhidatri. As per Hindu scriptures, Lord Shiva attained all siddhis by worshiping this goddess. In some areas, it is celebrated as Durga Puja.

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Final Words

The celebration of Navratri is not only a time for devotion, but also an occasion to embrace the vibrant colors that symbolize each of the nine days. We have explored the significance of the colors, what they represent, and which goddesses are worshipped, offering you a deeper understanding of this auspicious festival.

We hope this article has provided you with valuable insights to help you make the most of Navratri, whether in your spiritual observance or choosing the perfect saree to dorn this Navratri.

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