When it comes to festivals, India is considered the land that is known for celebrations. It includes individuals from various religions and societies and in this way, commends multiple religious festivals. Celebrations in India are anticipated throughout the entire year and are praised with extraordinary colors and show. Starting from the vibrant colors of Holi to the nine colors of Navaratri, no festival in India is without colors.
Navaratri revolves around nine explicit hues. This celebration of customary music and Dandiya Raas and Garba praises the nine natural manifestations of the heavenly being Goddess Durga. Empowering the Durgas of today, and giving an insight into the significance of the 9 hues of Navaratri here we bring to you the nine colors of Navaratri with our best Banarasi collection:
Day 1: Orange for soul & mind purity
This is the first day of Navaratri . Goddess Durga is worshiped as Shailaputri on this day and dressed in Orange colour
Purify your soul and mind on the first day of Navaratri and celebrate with our Carrot Orange Pure Silk Handloom Banarasi Saree with Skirt Border The gorgeous and elegant orange hue not only gives you a sleek look but also enhances the serenity of your beauty. This Katan Banarasi saree piece is sure to do just the work with its rich, sophisticated allure making you feel light on the skin, and yet retains its conventional charm.
Day 2: White for Dharma & Moksh
In the second day of Navaratri, Goddess Durga is worshiped as Brahmacharini and dressed in white color.Celebrate this day of Navaratri and become one with the color of dharma, moksha, and peace.
Dress yourself in our magnificent White Pure Georgette Handwoven Banarasi Bandhani Saree and win all hearts! The divine beauty of this gorgeous piece of art is a must-have for all the saree lovers this Navaratri. Look elegant and vibrant in the exclusive White Georgette Banarasi Silk Saree that saree has golden zari jaal work with Bandhani crafts all over.
Day 3: Red to awaken Shakti
It is the third day of Navaratri and Goddess Durga is worshiped as Chandraghanta and dressed in red out of the nine colours of Navaratri. Awaken the Durga in you and symbolize Shakti most elegantly with our Khinkhwab Gold: Red Pure Katan Silk Handloom Banarasi Saree with Succhi(Real) Zari
Make this day more memorable with one of our best Banarasi silk sarees!
Designed to suit the tastes of our modern generation and crafted to perfection, this red pure Katan Banarasi handloom saree is as stunning when draped as it looks in flat.
Day 4 : Royal Blue to strengthen divine consort
The fourth day of Navaratri , Goddess Durga is worshiped as Kushmanda and dressed in Royal Blue colour. Strengthen your divine consort with our exclusive Royal Blue Pure Silk Handwoven Banarasi saree in Ada Doriya Weaves
Its design, beauty, elegance, and charm is unmatchable. Let your fourth day of Navaratri be as luxurious as the history of Banarasi silk. Katan is a luxury and just own it!
Day 5 : Yellow for cosmic love & loyalty
It is the fifth day of Navaratri and Goddess Durga is worshiped as Skandamata and dressed in Yellow colour. Celebrate this day of Navaratri with the color of cosmic love and loyalty. Brace yourself with this mesmerizing Yellow Pure Silk Handwoven Banarasi Saree with Sona Rupa Weave
This is an exclusively crafted Katan Handloom Banarasi saree in yellow colour with silver and gold zari floral bootis (Sona Rupa work)all over . This saree is a must-buy for those who prefer the royal and unique look. Jangla saree is crafted with colorful silk threads to give it a heavy look specially made for festivities
Day 6: Green for Tree of life designs for beauty and bliss
It is the 6th day and the time to go Green on this day! Goddess Durga is worshiped as Katyayini and dressed in Green color. Signifying the bliss and beauty of life, the green color of Navaratri fills your life with joy. Let this joy of bliss and beauty manifest through your style.
Dress in this radiant Green Pure Katan Silk Handloom Banarasi Saree with Tilfi Weaves, and add a dash of colors to your ethnic look in Bottle green color and celebrate the sixth day of Navaratri.
Day 7 : Grey illuminate harmony
On the seventh day of Navaratri , Goddess Durga is worshiped as Kalaratri and dressed in Grey color. The seventh day Saptami is also dedicated to Goddess Saraswati in some parts of India.
On this day, illuminate harmony through your beauty and dress in a gorgeous Grey Pure Kora Handloom Banarasi Saree with Meenakari.This graceful Kora saree is for any occasion as it is light and easy to carry. It also has an intricately weaved zari border that adds to the charm and beauty of this stunning saree.
Day 8 : Purple for auspiciousness
It’s Durgashtami day , eighth day of Navaratri festival when Goddess Durga is worshiped as Mahagauri and dressed in Purple colour. This day is symbolic of eternal power and the victory of 'good' over the 'evil'. This day is also known as Ayudha Puja, which means it is the day to worship all instruments and machines.
On the eighth day of Navaratri bring new auspiciousness to your life with the vibrant color of Purple. With this stunning Purple Pure Katan Silk Handloom Banarasi Saree, let your Navaratri be full of elegance and beauty.
Day 9 : Peacock Green for calm & wisdom
We are the ninth and last day of Navaratri , when Goddess Durga is worshiped as Siddhidatri and dressed in Peacock Green Color.
As the festival of Navaratri comes to an end, make this day more special with the color of calm and wisdom. Seafoam Green Pure Muslin Cotton Handwoven Banarasi Saree is a perfect match for this day.It’s an easy to carry saree thus making it apt for any occasion.
Enjoy Navaratri most dynamically and dip yourself in the nine colors of Navaratri, the divine festival! With Khinkhwab, make your Navaratri more special and memorable!
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May this Navaratri fulfill all your dreams and bring happiness in your life.
Khinkhwab team wishes all the readers and customers a very Happy Navaratri!