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Are You Gearing Up For Navratri? Read On To Know Interesting Significance Of This Auspicious Day


Yay! The festive season has started and nothing seems brighter than our upcoming festival called Navratri!!

Navratri, starting this year in the month of October 7th is counted as one of the most vibrant and devotional festivals in India. On this day, people worship, fast, and rejoice with dancing styles known as Garba and play with two wooden sticks known as Dandiya. So, if you are looking for a theme for Navratri 2021 colours list with details about all nine colours to wear during Sharad Navratri, have a look at these amazing facts on this festival.

This Navratri, Satya Incense unveils the colours and their significance to add more fun with your family and friends. According to the Hindu Panchang, the festival of Navratri starts on the Shukla paksha of Ashwin month.

From Gujarat to Bengal, this festival worships Maa Durga and other nine Goddesses on all the nine days of Navratri, while Gujarat sees the custom of playing garba in the devotion of many pandal hoppings and playing in an open ground with amazing folk music.

October 7 – Pratipada Day- Yellow

As the first day of Pratipada falls in the month of Ashwin, devotees pay their obeisance by wearing the   mellowed shade of Yellow colour to celebrate the first day of Navratri. On this day, people fast and worship Maa Shailputri.

October 8- Dwitiya Day- Green

On the second day of Navratri, it is called the Dwitiya day. On this auspicious day devotees pray to Goddess Brahmacharini. This day is celebrated by wearing Green colour as the colour is dear to her. Green colour is also the colour of nature and prosperity.

October 9- Tritiya Day- Grey

The lovely shade of Grey colour is to be worn on the third day of Navratri, called Tritiya meaning third. This special day is devoted to Devi Chandraghanta, who takes the form of carrying a half-moon on her forehead. This represents emotional balance and keeps the mortals rooted to the basics.

October 10- Panchami Day- Orange

On the fourth day, Ma Panchami is worshipped while wearing orange clothes. A bright orange is said to please this Goddess. The Orange color which represents warmth and exuberance.

October 11- Sashti Day- White

This day is exclusively celebrated in the name of Ma Shashti Katyayani. Her favourite shade White is counted as the serene symbol of eternal peace.

October 12- Saptami Day- Red

On the sixth day of navratri, Ma Kaalratri is worshipped and celebrated on this day. People wear the vibrant Red shade to celebrate Navratri. Red symbolizes health, energy, life, infinite courage and intense passion.

October 13- Ashtami Day- Navy Blue

Maa Mahagauri is worshipped and celebrated by wearing Navy Blue on this day. The Royal Blue colour goes hand in hand with the sense of royalty, elegance and unmatched elegance.

October 14- Navami Day- Pink

Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped and celebrated by wearing Pink shaded clothes. Pink denotes a colour of harmony and kindness.

October 15- Dashami Day- Purple

The last day of Navratri is devoted completely to worshiping Goddess Navdurga where her beauty is showcased in lovely purple attire. She is the Goddess of abundance, opulence and richness. People fast on this day to please her. Purple makes you feel one with infinite luxury, grandeur and nobility

Cherish The New Beginnings With The Arrival Of Worshipping Nine Goddesses!

On this auspicious day of Nav-nine Ratri- Nights, there are various ways to celebrate it and invite vibrancy into your homes along with worshipping nine Goddesses to give strength and power to the devotees fasting on these days. People burn incense sticks while doing puja or sandal dhoop batti to ward off the negativity filled in the air.

Make your Navratri special with Satya Mallika Dhoop Powder which is a combination of chosen herbs, resins, and natural materials with a camphorous powdery note which gives a nice soothing aroma to calm your mind and soul. Try out the new arrivals of Satya Vastushuddhi Sambrani Dhoop from the house of Nagchampa that helps to spread fragrance online with amazing essence made with pure natural extracts. Our collection has a new range of products with a new tradition. Be the first one to get yours and make your festival more special!

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