The nine-day festival of Navratri in Hindu religion is held in honor of the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga. Navratri literally means ‘nine nights’ and is celebrated differently in different parts of India by Hindus. But in all places the victory of good over evil is celebrated and Goddess Shakti is propitiated. Such adoration to Mother Goddess is unique to Hinduism. The festival also marks the arrival of winter season, a period when Nature undergoes several changes.
But what really does this defined dress code signify? We all know that Navratri is aimed at worshipping the nine forms of Goddess Durga.The trend of wearing a different colour for each day is to signify that particular form of the deity.
While green signifies prosperity and growth, white resembles the essence of purity and calmness. Also, orange is a sign of independence and self-dependence, red indicated the presence of power and strength. Finally, purple indicates gracefulness and pink signifies the birth of something new.
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