Fashion associated with lucky colours and festivals go together. The First day of Navratri is the day dedicated to worship and honour goddess Shailputri, who manifested herself as the daughter of the mountains. Yellow is her favourite colour signifying brightness, blessings and happiness. Drench yourself in her favourite colour to impress and seek her blessings.

The second day of Navratri is the day dedicated to honour and worship goddess Brahmacharini, the goddess who blesses with spiritual knowledge, the power of sacrifice, dedication and love. Green is her favourite colour, which symbolizes growth, nature and energy. Take dips in her favourite colour to impress and seek her blessings.

The third day of Navratri is dedicated to worship and honour Goddess Chandraghanta, who is the epitome of power and protection. Grey colour symbolizes her power of justice to destroy the foes of her devotees. She wears a grey coloured half moon on her forehead. So, what are you waiting for? Impress her, love her, follow her by donning grey.


Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped and honoured on the fourth day of Navratri. She is the creative power of the universe. She is the bringer of fertility and vegetation on earth and so the colour Green signifies her benevolence and generosity on earth. Donn green on this day in her honour.

The fifth day attributes its importance all to the motherly devotional love of Goddess Skandamata, the mother of Lord Skanda. The color Grey is symbolic of the transforming strength of a mother when her child is confronted with danger. Drape this colour on your frame in the honour of the great Goddess.

One of the most violent forms of the mother of the universe, Goddess Parvati, Goddess Katayayani is the epitome of valour and courage and the colour orange stands for her powers. Honour the great Goddess Katayayani by donning the colour orange to worship her and get blessed by her thoroughly.

Considered as the most ferocious and generous forms of Goddess Durga, the Honoured Goddess Kalratri is revered on the seventh day of the auspicious Navratri. She appears in white attire with a lot of rage in her fiery eyes. Get her blessings by donning the white colour in her honour.

The eighth day of Navratri is all in the honour and at the mercy of the great Goddess Mahagauri, who is the Goddess of intelligence and peace. The colour of the day is pink, which signifies and strengthens optimism. Wear this colour to please the great Goddess, Mahagauri in her honour and for her worship.

On the last day of Navratri, people pray and worship, honour and praise the great manifestation of Goddess Durga, Goddess Siddhidatri for immense Siddhis, intellectual and mental capabilities and all sorts of powers. Her divine seat is a beautiful pink lotus. The light blue colour of the day portrays an admiration towards nature's beauty. Donn this colour on your frame in her honour and to seek her in worship.

Enrich your life with all the blessings of the divine and we wish you all a wonderful, joyous, blessed Navratri full of khadism .

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