The significance of 9 colors of Navratri
Navratri, the auspicious 9 days of every year, is devoted to 9 different incarnations of Goddess Durga. Fasting, doing pooja, and playing dandiya are some of the activities observed during it. This festival holds a very special place in everyone’s heart and reminds of vibrant colors visible in the decorations, dresses, foods, Shringar items, and so on.
These colors not only lift up the mood and cheers the environment but play a significant role.
A specific color is dedicated to each day holding a deep meaning and importance behind it. It is believed that wearing these 9 color dresses on the respective days brings prosperity in the house and showers Maa durga’s Blessing.
But if you are perplexed and out of some colors, Geroo Jaipur is here to help.
Our team has designed the exclusive Navratri collection for women so they can dress in style and enjoy Goddess blessings. Let’s have a look:
- Shades of Orange
The first day of Navratri starts on devoted to Maa Shailputri, Goddess of the Mountain. Maa Shailputri manifests strength and thus an energetic color like orange should be worn on the introductory day of Navratri. It indicates joyness and enthusiasm and one must start the auspicious festival by wearing energetic colored outfits of geroo jaipur.
- Shades of White
The second day of Navratri is devoted to the second Avatar of Goddess Durga, Maa Bhramcharini, the goddess of spiritual knowledge. Color like white signifies purity and new beginnings. Thus on the second day one should dress in white colored dresses. In some hindu families white color is considered unfavorable. But we got your back. Geroo Jaipur has designed some mesmerizing suits set with bandhani colorful dupattas. Who’s gonna stop you now?
- Shades of Red
Maa Chandraghanta symbolising courage is worshiped on the third day of Navratri. This day is devoted to Maa Chandraghanta, who wears a crescent moon on forehead believed to demolish all the evils. Thus to delight the goddess red colored outfits must be considered. When it comes to red you can’t miss the red Sarees collection of Geroo Jaipur.
- Royal Blue
The fourth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Kushmanda also known as Ashtabhuja Devi, the one who created the Universe. On this day a brightening color like royal blue should be worn. This color is a symbol of good health and wealth.
- Shades of Yellow
The fifth day of Navratri is devoted to Maa Skandmata, one who brings happiness. Yellow, is a symbol of happiness. So put on the dresses colored with happiness. Wait, are you out of yellow clothes? Don’t worry. Geroo Jaipur has some mesmerizing yellow outfits which will help you to stay happy.
- Shades of Green
On the sixth day of Navratri Maa Katyayani is worshipped, she is the second name of Maa Parvati. The goddess is devised from the anger of Gods. Dress in green outfits as this conveys growth and helps to get Goddess Parvati blessings.
- Shades of Grey
On the seventh day the seventh incarnation of Maa Durga, Maa Kaalratri is worshipped. Goddess Kaalratri also named as Kaali destroyed all evils and thus her energy is manifested between the shades of white and black. On this day a color of strength transforming i.e. grey needs to be considered.
- Shades of Purple
Day eighth or Ashtami is for Maa Mahagauri who represent grimness and purity. On this day all the devotees worship Maa Mahagauri to get her blessings and to overcome the obstacles in life. Thus to please the goddess a Saree of royal color like purple must be put on.
- Peacock Green
On the ninth day, also called as Navmi, is for Maa Siddhidatri. To fulfill all the left desires and wants of past Navratri days, wear a peacock green color on the last day. Maa Siddhidatri is pleased with this color and showers the blessing on all the wearers.
Hope you get all the insights on the significance of 9 colors on this Navratri. Start discovering the right outfits for everyday. In case you are out with any color, SHOP IT from the latest collection of Geroo Jaipur.
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