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Our Pick Of 9 Outfits For 9 Days To Match The Colours Of Navratri

Navratri Day 1: Orange

The festival begins with the bright & vibrant orange. Mata Shailputri is worshipped on this day and she signifies energy and happiness. This gorgeous orange georgette Anarkali from Akshay Wadhwa comes in rich black & gold with embroidery and latkans.

Navratri Day 2: White

Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on this auspicious day. As clear as day, the symbolism of the colour stands for purity, meditation and peace. Rent this embellished Mahima Mahajan’s white cape and skirt set and turn heads with your ultra-stylish look!

Navratri Day 3: Red

People wear red on the third day of Navratri. Goddess Chandraghanta is worshipped on this particular day where red signifies beauty and fearlessness. Try this kurta-palazzo set from Anju Modi. With traditional gold embroidery work, this ethnic set sure will bring out the glamour within you.

Navratri Day 4: Blue

The colour blue is considered to be symbolic of health and wealth. Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped on this day by the Hindus. Another Akshay Wadhwa outfit, this blue kalidar kurta has a fully embroidered neck and full sleeves. Look resplendent like a midnight dream in this outfit and woo everyone with open hair and a small bindi.

Navratri Day 5: Yellow

Yellow is worn on the fifth day of Navratri and stands for happiness and brightness. Goddess Skandamata is worshipped on this day. This intricately hand-embroidered top on a draped skirt by Nupur Kanoi is a vision to behold.

Navratri Day 6: Green

This is considered to be one of the most crucial Navratri colours. Hindus worship goddess Katyayani on this day and the colour green signifies new beginnings and growth. This green cold shoulder floral gown from Ruchi B in cotton silk with handcrafted resham embroidery is gorgeous. The flowers are highlighted using golden cut-dana and fine pearls.

Navratri Day 7: Grey

Grey stands for the strength of transformation. Goddess Kalaratri is worshipped on this seventh day which is also known as Saptami. Steal all the attention in Ridhi Mehra’s ash grey raw silk anarkali with detailed embroidery on the bodice and waist.

Navratri Day 8: Purple

One of the most important Navratri colours, purple signifies the power of intellect and peace. A lot of people perform Kanjaks on this day. Goddess Mahagauri is worshipped on the eighth day, which is also known as Ashtami.  Keep your hair straight and open and wear pearl earrings to change this entire look designed by Cherry Nair.

Navratri Day 9: Peacock Green

The last day of Navratri is known as Navami. Various rituals take place on this day along with prayers offered to Goddess Siddhidhatri. The colour peacock green is believed to fulfil all the desires of the devotees.

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