Today’s Navratri Dress Color


Day 10- Pink Color

Tuesday – 8th October 2019

Dussehra, or commonly known as Vijayadashami, is another popular Hindu festival in India, which is celebrated with full enthusiasm and fervour. This day, Indians celebrate the day of ‘victory,’ victory of good over the evil. Also, on Dussehra, feminine divinity is celebrated, which sustains the life on Earth.
The festival of Dussehra has great significance in every Hindu’s life, which is followed by a 9-day festival of Navratri. There are nine days of Navratri and on the 10th day Vijayadashami is celebrated.

How to Celebrate Dussehra?

Undoubtedly, Dussehra is one of the popular and biggest festival of Hindus that’s celebrated all over the country. Of course, there are different cultures and traditions present in India, thus everyone has their own way of celebrating this festival. The main highlighting part of Dussehra is Ramleela.
In Delhi and other northern parts of India celebrate it by burning the effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhkaran. In South India, this biggest festival is celebrated by placing the small idols of ‘Bommai Kolu’ on the artificial steps, which is adorned with the flowers, ornaments and other beautiful things. In the East India, the Dussehra festival is celebrated by worshipping the Goddess Durga. The idol of Maa Durga is then immersed in the river or lake by the devotees after 9-day pooja.

This year, Dussehra dress colour can be the all-time favourite pink. If you have any plans to celebrate Dussehra with your family or friends, then this year on 8th of October, you can plan to wear the pink colour ethnic style comfortable kurti or even salwar kameez would also go on this Indian festival.
So, celebrate the festival of Dussehra by following your rituals and wearing a stunning and gorgeous pink colour dress to make it a memorable one.

Day 9- Peacock Green Color

Monday – 7th October 2019

Navratri is one of the propitious Festival of India, which is celebrated for the 9 days. Each day of this festival represents a different avatar of Goddess Durga. As the 9th day or Navmi is here, you must be thinking about how to make this day special. Right? The best way to do so is by choosing the right attire for the day. The Navmi is the last day of Navratri and it is very important to end this 9-day long festival with joy. And the colour that will look the best on this day is Peacock Green.
The Last 9th Day of the Navratri is devoted to Goddess Siddhidatri. She is considered as the possessor of 26 different wishes. On this day, people worship the goddess as she bestows prosperity on her devotees. The Peacock green being one of the most cheerful colour, will help you to get the blessings from Goddess Siddhidatri. It will help you to gives contemporary vibes. This colour is dark and muted. It is blue-green in appearance, which means it shares the properties of both colours. This colour will reflect ambition and wealth. You will feel confident after wearing this colour.

Simply take out 9th Day of the Navratri color which is a classy Peacock green traditional attire, match it with the golden or silver accessories and enjoy its glamourous look on the last day of Navratri.

Day 8- Purple Color

Sunday- 6th October 2019

Navratri is one of the brightest festivals of India, and no doubt, it is celebrated in almost every part of our country. It is the longest festival of all time as there is no other festival that is celebrated for 9 days. Although this festival is celebrated twice a year, the one which falls in October is very special. Every day of the Navratri represents an individual avatar of Goddess Durga. During these days, people use to cook special food and dress up in the best way possible. However, do you think is it fine to wear any attire at any day of Navratri? No! Each Day stands with a different colour.
When we talk about the eighth day of Navratri, it represents Devi Mahagauri. This Mata Durga Avatar is known for her serenity, purity and beauty. This day is one of the most important days of Navratri and known as Ashtami. People use to invite the goddess at their home and call this day as Kanjak. The Purple colour is known as the perfect colour to wear on this day. This colour suits her the most because of her fair complexion.

8th day of navratri color is Purple which is royal and is associated with power, motivation and luxury. It makes you feel confident. When you will wear this colour, you will be able to reflect creativity, peace, magic, dignity, devotion, pride, wisdom and independence. All these features suit well with the Devi Mahagauri’s personality. It will also help you look rich and wealthy. You can choose your traditional attire in this beautiful colour and enjoy its different look. The Purple Attire on Ashtami will help you to make Devi Mahagauri happy.

Day 7- Grey Color

Saturday – 5th October 2019

Navratri is one of the famous and most important festivals of India and it occurs two times a year, i.e. Chaitra Navratri and Sharad Navratri. This Nine-day long festival is devoted to different avatars of Goddess Durga. People strongly believe that they can show their devotion for all the 9 Durga Avatars by wearing the right colour on all the nine days of Navratri.
The Seventh Day of the Navratri is celebrated as Saptami. On this day, the Durga Avatar Kaalratri is worshipped. She protects us from black and dark night. The Kaalratri Devi is also known as Subhankari. It is said that this Devi has the dark complexion that reflects a lot of aggression. She will protect her devotees from anxiety and troubles. Now, the question comes, which colour is perfect to wear on Saptami? So Grey is the colour to wear on the 7th day of Navratri.

Day 7 navratri colour is Grey which looks very fashionable is a balance in nature. It has all the properties of white and black colour, which means you will get a balanced effect from it. This colour reflects emotionless behaviour, indecisiveness and detachment. For a feminine look, you can go for the light grey attire, while for a bold look, you can choose the dark grey attire. You can mix and match it with blue, green, white, pink and red colour for a better look. So choose the grey colour traditional attire for the Saptami day, get the best accessories with it and enjoy its perfect look. Devi Kaalratri is definitely going to love your Grey attire.

Day 6- Green Color

Shashti- Friday- 4th October 2019

Navratri is one of the major festivals of India. It is a nine-day long celebration that is celebrated with a lot of joy and zeal. Each day of this event is associated with a different avatar of Goddess Durga. Every part of the country has different customs and rituals for the Navratri day. However, the one thing that is common in every part is wearing the perfect attire for the perfect day.
The sixth day of the Navratri is known as Shashti. On this spiritual day, the Goddess Durga’s avatar Katyayani is worshipped. As per Hindu Mythology, many people perform Kata to welcome this Goddess at their home. It is believed that, when this Goddess will get impressed with the Devotions, she will shower her blessings over the devotees. And the best way to make this Durga avatar happy is by wearing the most relevant colour on this day.

6th day of navratri colour is Green Color which is perfect for this day. This colour is known for its freshness and is almost inspired by nature. This colour is perfect for this season and gives the cool vibes to our mind. No one can never go wrong with the comfort and freshness of the Green Attire. The colour is a blend of blue and yellow, which means you will be able to reflect all these features through your Green attire.
When you will wear the Green Traditional attire, you will be able to reflect the safety, growth, harmony, environment, money and ambition. Also, it is said that green colour creates a balance between emotional, physical and mental energies. You can find so many different shades in this colour, like dark green, light green, lime green, teal green and more. It means you can never go wrong with the Green colour.So to make the Goddess Katyayani happy, simply choose the green navratri 6th day colour and shine in your own way.

Day 5 – Yellow Color

Panchami- Wednesday – 3rd October 2019

The Festival Season is almost here and you can judge it with the begin of the Navratri. It is a significant Hindu festival that is celebrated every year with a blast. This grand occasion is all about Enthusiasm, reverence and zeal.
Just like most of the festivals in India, the Navratri is associated with several rituals that help people to feel dedicated. This is a 9-day long festival, where, each day is associated with an avatar of Goddess Durga. On the 5th day of the Navratri, people use to worship Goddess Panchami or Skanda Mata. She is the mother of Lord Kartikeya, who is distinguished for her motherhood and way of taking care of his son. People worship this Durga Avatar to take care of them and protect them from any misdeed.

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Many People ask that which colour is perfect to wear on the 5th day of the Navratri, i.e. Panchami. So the best colour that will help you to make the Devi Skanda Mata happy is Yellow. The YELLOW colour is associated with happiness and hope. This colour helps the people to shine just like the Sun. This colour signifies loyalty, freshness, clarity, energy, positivity, joy and happiness. This colour is also found in many different tones and tints, and that’s why it is one of the favourite colour of every women. Also, the men go for this colour and show their devotion to this Durga Avatar. So for this special day of Navratri, you can choose your Traditional attire in the navratri 5th day colour is Yellow and reflect your Joy. It will be the best way to gain the blessing from Devi Skanda.

Day 4- Royal Blue Color

Chaturthi- Wednesday – 2nd October 2019

Navratri Day 4th – Todays Colours for Navratri is Royal Blue.

India is a land of festivals, where Navratri is counted as one of the most celebrated occasion. It is a hindu festival that comes with a lot of fervour. It is a 9-day long occasion, where people worship the great goddess Durga. They play dandiya, do fasting, make special Navratri food and many more. But do you know each day of the Navratri is associated with a Durga Roop and a colour? Yes! When we specially talk about the 4th day of the Navratri color, it is devoted to the Hindu Goddess Kushmanda. And to make this day different, you have to wear something unmatched and elegant. One colour that will look perfect on this day is Royal Blue.
Royal Blue is 4th day of navratri colour which is a vivid shade of blue that represent richness and tranquillity. This colour is associated with wealth and health, which is looked after by the Kushmanda Devi. This colour is associated with sea, sky, trust, loyalty, intelligence and tranquillity. It is stress-reducing and help you to look powerful. You can play with different shades of blue like dark, sky, turquoise and more, but the Royal blue will help you to get the regal vibes. This colour is a combination of Bright shade and dark shade of navy blue. Also, this colour will be perfect for this season. In short, you will enjoy wearing this colour on this prosperous day.

For the 4th day of the Navratri 2019, you can choose a royal blue lehenga, salwar kameez or saree according to your comfort. You can also go for a Royal Blue Indo-western attire. It’s just, you have to stay devoted towards the Goddess Durga and her avatar Kushmanda Devi. So choose the right colour for the Right Navratri day and express your excitement.

Day 3- Red Color

Tritiya- Tuesday – 1st October 2019

Today’s dress Code of Navratri is Red. A red color is the color of fire and blood which has energy, power and determination also has passion and desire to complete any work. This color shows the intensity of any emotion. We know that every lady for sure having atleast one Red color dress in their closet. It depicts the symbol of suhagan(married) lady.A third day also called as a Tritiya of Navratri which is dedicated to the goddess Chandraghanta. She knows that how to relive any pain of human. Wear something classy and look unique. You can choose a elegant red Ghagra choli which almost compliment every girl no matter what height or skin color you have, it just added more shine in your overall look. So wear a nice Red Ghagra with red color bindi,a proper ethnic jewellery and enjoy your day 3rd of Navratri.

Day 2- White Color

Dwitiya- Monday – 30th September 2019

Day second, Todays dress color of Navratri is White. This color is the symbol of peace, happiness and purity.This day is dedicated to the  Goddess Brahmacharini who holds rudraksh mala in one hand and on other hand a kamandalu and wear a simple white saree. This goddess offers the long life for you and your family members. On this day many people use to wear a nice white dress to look like a particle of innocence. You can choose to wear a nice white anarkali dress to look more beautiful and celebrate this Navratri day as a day of peaceful life. Look at the Mirraw’s classy white collections of anarkali salwar suits.

Day 1- Orange Color

Pratipada- Sunday – 29th September 2019

A very First color of this navratri is orange color. This color is consider as a color of sun and the mixture of yellow and red color which dedicates to the goddess shailapurti daughter of mountains. This day is also known as a Ghatasthapna in Marathi. Orange color is the color of devi Shailputri she hold a trishul and the kamal in a hand and rides on the nandi(a bull). In Sanskrit shail means a mountain and the goddess Parvati is born as daughter of Durga as a Himalaya means shail.Orange color saree will be the best option for this day. There are too many works to do but still you have to look more beautiful as well as elegant too. This color gives you the sign of peacefulness, energy and happiness just like sunset.So just wear Orange color outfit and shine in the crowed like a diva.

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Apeksha Salunkhe
Apeksha Salunkhe
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