Navratri Special: What to wear on each of the Nine Days of Navratri

One of the most auspicious Hindu festivals of India represents the celebration of Goddess Durga in her nine different forms on the scheduled nine days.


1st Day: (Royal Blue)

Get ready for the First Day of Navaratri wearing Royal Blue color. Royal Blue is the symbol of prosperity and good luck. You can wear anything in blue on this day, but to match up the mood of Navratri celebration you can wear a Traditional Salwar Suit on the first day of Navaratri and look your stunning best!


2nd Day: (Yellow)

Get ready for the Second Day of Navaratri wearing Yellow which is the symbol of eternal power and energy. You can wear anything in Yellow on this day, but to match up the mood of Navratri celebration you can wear a Yellow Salwar Suit, Kurti, Lehenga or Dupatta and add some shimmer, gotta work and thread work to add the bling to your outfit. If you don’t want to wear something too gaudy then you can also wear something in yellow with self-print or patterns. Wear any shade of yellow to receive the blessings of Goddess Durga this second day of Navratri.


3rd Day: (Green)

Wear Green on the third day: The third day of Navratri is devoted to Goddess Chandraghanta, the third avatar of Goddess Durga. This form of Goddess Durga and the colour Green both symbolize bravery and fortitude. To receive the blessings of Goddess Chardraghanta wear something in green color on this day and look your radiant best!

4th Day: (Grey) 

Wear Grey on the fourth day: On the fourth day of Navratri festival, we worship Goddess Kushmanda aka Adishakti, the fourth form of Durga - the creator of UNIVERSE. Wear the color grey that symbolizes responsibility, practicality and impresses Goddess Kushmanda. Smile, Shout, Feel on the top of the world with the color grey!



5th Day: (Orange)

Wear Orange on the fifth day: On the fifth day of Navratri celebrations, we offer prayers to Goddess Skandamata. The Goddess will bring peace and prosperity to your life. Orange is the color of joy and creativity. Orange promotes a sense of general wellness and emotional energy that should be shared, such as compassion, passion, and warmth. Wear orange color on this special day to please Goddess Skandamata and receive her blessings.


6th Day:(White)

Wear White on the sixth day: On the sixth day of Navratri celebrations, we offer prayers to Goddess Katyayani, the daughter of Kata. The sixth day of Navratri is celebrated with devotion to welcome the Goddess on earth. To get the blessings of Goddess Katyayani to get dressed in white color. White is associated with light, goodness, innocence and purity. It is considered to be the color of perfection. White means safety, purity, and cleanliness and has a positive connotation. Wear white color on this special day to please Goddess Katyayani and receive her blessings.


7th Day:(Red)

Wear Red on the seventh day: The seventh day is known as Saptami. It has its own importance as many people fast on this day. Even those who haven’t fasted for all 9 days, they do fast on Saptami. These seventh-day people worship Kaalratri avatar of Goddess Durga. She is considered to provide protection from all kinds of anxiety and problems. Red is the color of fire and blood and is associated with energy, danger, strength, power, a determination as well as passion, desire, and love. Red is a very emotionally intense color. Wear red color on this special day to please Goddess Kaalratri and receive her blessings.


8th Day:(Blue)

Wear Sky Blue the eighth day: On Ashtami or on the eighth day of Navratri, Goddess Durga is worshiped in the form of Goddess Gauri. She is considered a symbol of serenity and beauty and who has the power to wash away all the sins of common man. On this day, many people offer gifts and other things too little girls to get their blessing and consider them as an avatar of Goddess Durga. On this special day don’t forget to wear sky blue. Sky Blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Wear Sky Blue on this special day to please Goddess Durga and receive her blessings.


9th Day: (Pink)

Wear pink on a ninth day: On the ninth day of Navratri, we worship Goddess Durga in the form of Siddhidatri. To receive the blessings from the Goddess wear something in pink on this day. Pink, a delicate color means sweet, nice, playful, cute, romantic, charming, feminine, and is associated with flowers, babies, little girls, cotton candy, and sweetness. Wear Pink on this special day to please Goddess Siddhidatri and receive her blessings.



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