Hi all

You may Have a doubt about the Colour of Dress during navratri, like

“what to wear During Navratri/Dussehra festivals???”

How to get the fusion look this navratri ??

Since,

Navratri is a festival of colors, celebrations, god and galoreyou can pick a cotton ghagra from choicest of the departmental stores these days in a vibrant color of red, pink, green, yellow, purple, green or blue and match it with a tube or a tank top in a basic colour.

This works cheap for your pocket and gives you a fusion look at the same time. You can team this outfit with chunky bangles in bright colors and traditional earrings.

Men who are looking to create a fusion look to go for dandiya nights or dress up for navratri theme based parties, the best idea is to team a dhoti in a bright colour along with a waistcoat.

Fusion is the fresh wave in dressing for Navrata celebrations. Since the festival is celebrated every year there is an obvious trend to mix and match.

Traditionally ghagra choli has remained the best choice for girls; they are preferring halters over the conventional cholis of late. For boys, kurta along with a chudidaar pajama looks best. Stoles are optional but they give a very traditional look to the whole attire.

However, one should also know that during the nine days of Navratri there is a custom of wearing 9 different coloured traditional outfits.

 

The Nine days Celebration for navratri pooja :

DAY DAY ASPECT OF DEVI ABOUT DEVI




Amavasya (5thOctober) Saturday Amba Amba (meaning “mother” in Sanskrit) is another name for Goddess Durga or Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva.
Dvitiya (6th October) Sunday Chamunda In Hinduism, Chamunda or Camunda is an aspect of Devi, the supreme mother goddess. The name is a combination of Chanda and Munda, two monsters which Devi killed.
Trutiya (7th October) Monday Ashtamukhi Ashtamukhi is another name of Goddess Durga.
Chaturthith (8th October) Tuesday Bhuvaneshwari In Hinduism, Bhuvaneshvari is the fourth of the ten Mahavidya goddesses and an aspect of Devi. According to some Hindu traditions, Bhuvaneshvari, who is known for her beauty. Bhuvanesvari means Mistress of the World.
Shashti (10th October) Thursday Mahakali Mata Kālī is the feminine of kāla “black, dark coloured”. It appears as the name of a form of Durga in Mahabharata, and as the name of an evil female spirit in Harivamsa. Kali’s association with blackness stands in contrast to her consort, Shiva,
Saptami (11th October) Friday Jagdamba An impressive idol of Goddess Shree Durga who mediated between Shree Vishnu and Shree Shiva and stopped the fiercefull war going on between the two. She is flanked by Vishnu and Shiva on both the sides. She is known as Shree ShantaDurga Devi.
Ashtami (12th October) Saturday Narayani Narayani (wife of Narayan, Vishnu), is another name for Devi. She is always there to help the gods overcome the forces of evil. She describes many future acts, that she is destined to perform in the future, including the incarnation of Vishnu as Krishna.
Navami (13th October) Sunday Renuka Renuka was the name of a minor goddess of wanton death and destruction, although at certain times was also a symbol of creativity and vibrancy.
VijayaDashmi(14st October) Monday Durga In Hinduism, Durga (Sanskrit: “the inaccessible”, Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi. Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy (Shakti).

 

 

 

 

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