Drape These Nine colours of Divinity for this Navrathri


All over India, the festival is celebrated in different ways, but the Saree remains a common theme. Festivals in the north are marked by the wearing of banarasi sarees, and in the south by the wearing of kanjivaram, uppada, etc. Western women, on the other hand, wear bandhani and chanderi. The jamdani is a popular clothing item among women in the eastern part of India. Whether they are old or young, women and girls love to wear sarees. It is a festival of vibrant colours and varieties of sarees. Special types of sarees are designed for the occasion of Navratri. In India, women wear exquisite silk sarees as silk has the property to imbibe positive energy from the cosmos. During these nine days, this energy is charged with beautiful divine energy.

9 days and it’s consecutive colours


During Navratri, women wear a variety of saree colours and styles. There are specific meanings associated with each of these colours. In mythology, these nine colours represent goddesses’ moods, all of which are beautiful and different. There is a specific colour assigned to each of the nine days. When an individual wears these different colours, the Divine Mother is believed to bestow divine characteristics on him or her. Wearing nine colours on nine consecutive days is considered auspicious because of this.

Maa Shailputri – White on Day 1

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The first day is associated with the colour white. White symbolizes peace, purity, innocence and clarity.

Maa Brahmacharini – Red on Day 2

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The second day is dedicated to the bright and vibrant red colour. Which is the symbol of action, passion and vigour.

 Maa Chandraghanta – Royal Blue on Day 3

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The third day is dedicated to royal blue. Associated with the fierce form of the Divine Mother this colour is regarded as the symbol of clairvoyance and intra-sensory perception. It is considered that this colour has the power to let someone see beyond delusion.

Maa Kushmanda  – Yellow on Day 4

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On the fourth day, women wear yellow sarees as yellow colour is associated with the goddess for her divine qualities of happiness and cheerfulness. the festival starts with the zeal of yellow colour.

Maa Skandmata – Green on Day 5

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The Fifth day of the week is associated with the colour green, which is associated with nature, growth and energy.

Maa Katyayani Grey on Day 6

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The colour of the sixth day is grey, which is a symbol of intellect and compromise. It’s the colour of diplomacy which negotiates and mediates the distance between black and white

Maa Kaalratri Orange on Day 7

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The brightness and luminosity of the Sun are depicted by the Orange colour. Orange also creates creativity and passion. It is worn on the Seventh day of Navratri.

Maa Mahagauri – Peacock Green on Day 8

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The eight days is dedicated to Peacock Green colour. Which is the symbol of uniqueness and individuality.

Maa Siddhidatri – Pink on Day 9

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The ninth day is dedicated to pink colour. Which is the symbol of love and compassion. Hope and freshness of perspective.

This Navratri, APCO brings to you, its unique and handcrafted silk saree collection. To add vibrancy to your personality and imbibing the qualities of Divine Mother, these colours promise you to give new definition to your style. This festive season we invite you to explore varieties of authentic silk. APCO understands the value of your time. We invite you to buy Navratri sarees online from us. APCO Sarees promises to deliver best quality Silk at your doorsteps.

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