ALL ABOUT NAVRATRI
Let’s celebrate another festival in queue Navratri, Nine days of colorful Navratri festival from Sep 29, 2019 – Oct 7, 2019, is at the door, we have all geared up to worship Goddess Durga and her various forms. The festival is associated with the battle that took place between Durga and Mahishasura demon, celebrates the victory of Good over Evil. These nine days are solely dedicated to Goddess Durga and her nine Avatars. Each day is associated with an incarnation of the goddess.
Navratri festival’s morning starts with enchanting mantras and aloud bell rings of temples followed by embellished dresses, kirtan /bhajans, Garba, Bollywood style dandiya, enlightened cities, food items (without onion, garlic) especially during fast, etc. I am going to share everything about these nine divine days, like, different forms of Goddess Durga, the importance of different colors how I celebrate, what motivates me the most to celebrate it, what food can be preferred, if observed 9 days fast, famous Bollywood songs too. So here let’s start with the name of nine forms of NavDurga.
Day 1 Navratri color of the day – Orange
Worshipping Goddess Navdurga wearing Orange color bestows the person with qualities such as warmth and exuberance. This color is full of positive energy and keeps the person upbeat.
Day 2 Navratri color of the day – White
White color is synonymous with purity and innocence. Wear white color to become worthy of Goddess’ blessings and experience a feeling of inner peace and security.
Day 3 Navratri color of the day – Red
On Tuesday, wear Red color for your Navratri celebrations. Red symbolizes passion and love and is also the most preferred color of Chunri that is offered to Goddess. This color fills the person with vigor and vitality.
Day 4 Navratri color of the day – Royal Blue
Wear Royal Blue color it is a vivid shade of color Blue and represents richness and tranquillity.
Day 5 Navratri color of the day – Yellow
Wear Yellow color enjoy your Navratri day with a sense of unparalleled optimism and joy.
Day 6 Navratri color of the day – Green
Green color symbolizes nature and evokes a sense of growth, fertility, peace, and serenity.
Day 7 Navratri color of the day – Grey
Grey color represents balanced emotions and keeps the person down-to-earth.
Day 8 Navratri color of the day – Purple
Purple color is associated with luxury, grandeur, and nobility.
Day 9 Navratri color of the day – Peacock Green
Peacock Green implies uniqueness and individuality. . This color represents the quality associated with both of these colors such as compassion and freshness.
In my next post, I will be discussing the dress up during Navratri and the famous songs on which we usually love to play dandiya and Garba.
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