Navratri 2022- 9 best saree colours for nine days. – Kapaas Katha

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Navratri 2022- 9 best saree colours for nine days.

Navratri 2022- 9 best saree colours for nine days.

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Navratri is not just a mere festival but a celebration of the power, strength and the win of goddesses over all the evil through their fearlessness. It is to   depicting how prominent it is to worship all of the goddesses. Well, in our Hindu tradition, Navratri is celebrated with all enthusiasm. It starts with preparing our home’s temple for the welcome of all the Devis. Later takes forward by worshipping each goddess each day for the next nine days. 

People take fast either for all nine days or for eight days and then worship nine Kanyas and treat them with food, chunni and gifts (bhett) after doing their pooja. Some also like to take up only the first and eighth day of the fast and do the rituals on the ninth day. Even if you don't fast, it is okay to worship the Kanya on the ninth day. People in the name of “bhog” worship young girls, as they are considered Devi. They are believed to be the “ansh” of goddesses. Every Indian woman celebrates Navratri with cheerfulness. Getting ready each day and doing pooja along with family is celebrated all over the nation.

 Well, different goddesses are worshipped on different days and so there are different colours assigned for the nine days of Navratri. Are you also wondering which colour would be auspicious to wear on which day?

Let us clear the bluff for you, to celebrate this Navratri with vibrant colours and glow differently.

  • Day 1 of Navratri 2022 (White):
    This year, the first day is dedicated to Shailaputri Mata and the most auspicious colour assigned is white. White colour is often considered a symbol of peace and comfort in life. While welcoming Shailaputri you can definitely go wearing a white saree or suit, it will not make you look blossomed but will also blossom your life, with the blessings of all the Devi.

  • Day 2 of Navratri (Red):
    The second day of Navratri 2022, is meant to worship Brahmacharini Devi, and the colour of the day is red. The red colour is everywhere during the festive season, be it in decorations or in outfits, you will always find red colour. Why shouldn't it?

    The red colour is the symbol of strength, courage and fearlessness. You can add all of them while flaunting the beautiful red bandhani and kalamkari sarees. Pick up any from the tremendous collection of Kapaas katha, you will never regret.

  •  Day 3 of Navratri (royal blue): 
    Trust us, you will get to wear every colour you adore this Navratri. The third day, also the day of Chandraghanta Devi, is depicted in royal blue. The significance of this colour is bringing health and wealth to one’s life. Kapaas Katha has elegant options of sarees in royal blue, as we definitely wish for your prosperity.
    Blue Bandhani Saree

  •  Day 4 of Navratri, (Yellow):
    The ultimate bright yellow colour! The yellow colour brings all the happiness and brightness along with it. It does not only make you look more youthful but is also considered lucky to wear as it is the colour of Kushmanda Devi. Either wear yellow or try to include it in the things while worshipping.
    Yellow Gajji Silk Bandhani Saree

  • Day 5 of Navratri, (Green):
    The green colour is the symbol of growth, fertility is also the colour of Skanda Mata and is worn with utmost affection by everyone during Navratri. It is very common to see everyone in green once in a while during the nine days, but now you know on which day it would be best to flaunt it. If you were planning to wear your favourite green bandhani saree all over the year, now is the time!
  • Day 6 of Navratri, (Grey):
    Amidst all the bright and very usual colours, on the sixth day of this Navratri, we have grey colour, an unusual but elegant and calm colour on its own. On the sixth day, Katyayani Mata is celebrated. You can go for a grey saree on this day to let go of everything bad that happened throughout the year and welcome the new upcoming with love and hope.
    Kalamkari Saree

  • Day 7 of Navratri, (Orange):
    Orange, is the colour of happiness, positivity and enthusiasm. Goddess Shailaputri is celebrated on the seventh day of Navratri. You can include orange colour in your rituals like decorating your room and temple with orange flowers, or in your outfits, and thus you'll bring positivity and enlightenment to your home as well.

  • Day 8 of Navratri, (Peacock green):
    Mahagauri Mata is the one goddess to whom the eighth day of Navratri is devoted. The colour for this day is peacock green. Peacock green is usually considered as one the most preferred colour of the festive season, the reason being it somehow makes the desires fulfilled by goddesses.  Pick up your favourite peacock green saree from Kapaas Katha today.

  • Day 9 of Navratri, (Pink):
    Pink is the colour of affection, love and peace. Anyone wearing pink makes them extremely approachable and also showcases positive vibes. The ninth and the last day of Navratri, where we conclude all the rituals. Be it Kanya pujan or breaking the cycles of fast. Siddhidaatri Mata is worshipped on this final day. Including pink colour in the ritual activities and in your outfit will definitely make the goddess happy.

These are the colours that are distributed on different days of Navratri 2022. Each colour reflects some value or other. Each of them has its own significance regarding the goddess worshipped on that day. We tried to give you a brief about how you can celebrate your Navratri along with following the trends of vibrant colour sarees. But having these many colours won't be possible for everyone.

Don't worry! We are here to take the burden off your shoulders and let you be at peace while celebrating Navratri.

At Kapaas Katha
, you can have all of the sarees available in various colours. Not just one, or two, you can even opt for multi-coloured sarees to serve the purpose rightly and fully. Grab the colour you want in different sarees today!

Written by-
Kiran Joshi