Saturday 25 September 2021

Navratri Special Wardrobe and Jewellery | Chaniyacholi | Trending Colours of Navratri 2022

Hello friends,

Today I am sharing a wonderful wardrobe collection for this Navratri 2022.

There are so many beautiful colours for each day of Navratri.

Navratri Is the festival of Dance, Colours of joy and worshiping Goddess Navadurga in Gujarat as well as around the globe. Navratri festival is the joyous way of worshiping goddess Durga, 'Nav' means NINE and 'Ratri' means night. The holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva combined their powers and created goddess Durga to safe guard the world from the Mahisharura. Navratri festival is celebrated in month of October/November. In North eastern and Eastern States, Navratri is Referred to as DurgaPuja. Navratri Referred to as Ramleelaa or Dussehra in these states. 

Significance of Colours 

As the nine days festivities begins, here is a list of colours dedicated  to each day and there importance. Wearing the colours according to the days brings in peace and harmony and you feel devoted and calm. 

First Day of Navratri : Pratipada Tithi : Orange 

Day one of the Navratri begins with a bright and vibrant colour orange. And this is the best wardrobe collection for Navratri 2022. This is the best ever Chaniya Choli for the first day of Navratri.

Click on the pic to buy this wonderful Orange Coloured Chaniyacholi.

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Second Day of Navratri 2022 : Dvitiya Tithi : White 

The superb white colour signifies purity, peace and meditation. Mata BrahmaCharini also wears a white coloured dress and has a rosary in her right hand and Kamandalu in her left hend. She signifies loyalti and wisdom. 

Click on the pic to buy White coloured Lehenga Choli. 

Third Day of Navratri 2022 : Tritiya Tithi : Red Colour

On the third day of Navratri people wear Red, the colour of beauty and fearlessness. This day people worship Goddess Chandra Ghanta. Who rewards people with her bravery, grace and courage. 

Click on the pic to buy Red Coloured Lehenga Choli and Traditional Dress . 

Fourth Day of Navratri 2022 : Chaturthi Tithi : Royal Blue 

On this fourth day of Navaratri 2022 people wear the fantastic Royal Blue Colour. The colour signifies Good Health and Prosperity. On this day Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped. Goddess Kushmanda has Eight hand and thus is also known as AshtaBhuja Devi. 

Click on the pic to buy Royal Blue Coloured Lehenga Choli .

Fifth Day Navratri 2022 : Panchami Tithi : Yellow 

The colour of the day is eye-catching  Yellow. This colour stands for happiness and brightness. On this day Goddess SkandMata is worshiped and is also known as the mother of lord Kartikeya and Skanda.

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Sixth Day of Navratri 2022 : Shashthi Tithi : Green

Colour of the day is Green and it signifies new beginnings and growth. Hindus worship Goddess Katyayani on this day and she is seen as the slayer of tyrannical demon Mahishasura. 

Click on the pic to buy Green coloured Lehenga Choli. 

Seventh Day of Navratri 2022 : Saptami Tithi : Grey

The Colour of the day is Grey, which stands for strength and transforming. Hindus worship Goddess KaalRatri on this Day. 

Click on the image to buy Grey Coloured Lehenga Choli.

Eighth Day of Navratri 2022 : Ashtami Tithi : Purple 

Day eighth of Navratri is the day of Kanjak. The day is celebrated by feeding small girls who are considered to be the Avatar of the Goddess . The Colour signifies the power of intellect and peace. Goddess MahaGauri is Worshipped on this day who has the power to fulfil all the desires of her devotees. It is said the one who worships this goddess gets relief from all the sufferings in life. 

Click on the image to buy PURPLE coloured Lehenga Choli. 

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Ninth Day of Navratri 2022 : Navami Tithi : Maha Navami : Peacock Green

This is the last day of Navaratri and thats why this day is called Maha Navami. People worships Goddess Mata SiddhiDatri. And wears Peacock Green Colours to make the goddess happy and contented. Ma Sidhhi Datri is the goddess of Siddhis.

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Here are some multicolour jewelleries to match with all these traditional dresses.

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Thank you very much for Shopping with us. 

Keep shopping. Hiral Thakar. 

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