The most exciting time of the year is the Navaratri. The Indian festival Navratri is celebrated to worship the power of the Goddess Durga and her nine different versions- each is created to fight a particular cause. Therefore, in this period of nine days Indian observe a fast and worship the universe’s most supreme energy- Goddess Durga. From scrumptious food for offering to the Goddess Durga to pandals and Garba nights, all markets are completely flooded with people as their joy and excitement is beyond containment.
So, we thought, there should be a proper attire to go with each day of the celebration, since this festival is so important. Hence, here we have nine outfits ideas for you which will be the perfect pick for each day of the Nav-Durga.
- Day One
The day to worship Shailputri, is the first day of the Navratris. This form of mother goddess is known for bringing composure and courage. So, start the first day of the holy Navratras by wearing a serene handwoven chanderi Jannat anarkali by Moledro in white. You can go ahead and pair up a hand textured chinar jacket which comes with embroidery details. Next you can add matching jewellery, gajra and bangles to complete this outfit.
- Day Two
Mata Bramhcharini is honored in the second day. Devout austerity is practiced by the goddess. To celebrate the second day don a decent and sober outfit. Wear a mildly embellished Gulzar kurta set with full sleeves and team it up with a palazzo. Keep the look minimalist and do not accessorize much.
- Day Three
The day of the goddess Chandraghanta is the third day of Navratri. Goddess Chandraghanta is known for filling her devotees’ hearts with tranquillity and peace. With a half-moon on her head, she can also be identified. With a defined head gear, you can wear a little boho outfit. Just wear a simple digital print with minimal embroidered Yasmin lehenga set with floral print dupatta. Further, you can match it up with bangles and big earrings to complete your day three look.
- Day Four
Kushmanda Devi or Goddess is the fourth form of Durga. This form of the Goddess is known to have started the universe. And Kushmanda Devi is the one who brought light into the world. To be a personification of the light, sport a beautiful look. Take inspiration from this beautiful Aisha Anarkali Gown and wear it with straight hair style, simple minimal jewellery and a bright smile on your face.
- Day Five
The day five is considered the day of Skandmata- the chief in commander of the Gods in wars against evil power. She is the symbol of benevolence and kindness. Wear the bright red Sabrina Anarkali Gown with the right amount of Swarovski details and add a few matching accessories such as a small earing and minimal make up.
- Day Six
On the sixth day of Navatra Goddess Katyayni is worshipped and she is considered be a brave warrior. Don a Afra Anarkali Gown in the shade of black, tie your hair up in a bun and complete your this look with matching flats.
- Day Seven
The seventh form is Dyrga is Kaalratri and is known to be the most fearsome in the whole universe. So, on this seventh day, wear a black Afreen Lahenga Set with a striped dutta that comes with a multicoloured trim. Team it up with heavy make u. Finally add a big earring to round up this look.
- Day Eight
The eight form of Durga is Mahagauri and is the very image of devotion and purity. So, for this day we have selected a hand block printed pastel yellow Asiya Anarkali Gown that you can go ahead and team it up with very light make up and a diamond studded earring. Wear matching sandals and style your hair in curls to complete the look.
- Day Nine
The worship of Goddess Siddhidharti marks the last day on the festival and she is the figure of knowledge and wisdom. But since the ninth day is the last day to flaunt your beautiful outfits, wear a teal blue floral embroidered Marasim Lahenga set with beautifully designed dupatta. Team it up with matching big earrings and to rock the last day of this iconic festival gear yourself with a pair of dandiyas.