Navratri : Nine Days, Nine Ways - SILK KOTHI

Navratri : Nine Days, Nine Ways

Historically and culturally, India is a rich country. There is the diversity of numerous festivals and celebrations which bind people together. Every single festival has its importance and specific type of rituals related to them, most of the festivals are celebrated by everyone no matter which culture they belong to. One such festival is “Durga Puja” called “Navratri”. For ages time we heard the meaning of Navratri, in Sanskrit “Nava” means nine, and “Ratri” means night. Navratri is a time of auspiciousness, fun, and excitement. It comes with a certain vibe in the air, with everyone having a high festive spirit, we can observe a stage setting, prayers, plays, dramas, fasting, puja, and roads dangled up with colorful lights. The Nine days are dedicated to worshipping the nine avatars of the goddess Durga.

Apart from a high festive spirit, clothes also bear high importance during Navratri festivals. Each day of Navratri has a dedicated color with its significance. It is a belief that wearing different colors on different days of the Navratri will please goddess Durga which is considered auspicious. Women drape themselves in various beautiful banarasi silk sarees during puja, they also prefer to be in designer silk sarees that adore their look and make them stand out among every other attire to give them celebration vibes. Keeping your preference in mind, Silk Kothi presents an exquisite range of varieties of sarees specifically dedicated to the occasion of Durga puja and its significance.

Since nine forms of Maa Durga are worshipped within nine days, each form of maa Durga is associated with a specific color and has a special meaning


Navratri Colors of the Day and Significance


The first day of Sharada Navratri is also known as Pratipada. On this day devotees dote on an incarnation of Goddess Parvati named Shailputri. Day one symbolizes Cream Color; it is the color of representing the beginning. To adorn your look on the very first day of Navratri you can wear Silk Kothi’s beautiful IVORY CREAM KADHWA MEENA BUTA TUSSAR GEORGETTE BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE. This Banarasi georgette Silk Saree is intricate with year’s old Kadhwa technique and prompts you to look regal and sophisticated with flawless Meena buta work.




Dwitiya (Second Day) Maa Brahmacharini, another incarnation of Parvati is worshipped for emancipation or moksha and endowment of peace and prosperity. It is the belief that wearing pure white on the second day of Navratri can fulfill your entire wish. So, you can opt for an extremely soft WHITE CREPE GEORGETTE BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE. The floral Zari work design of this saree is a perfect blend of traditional dignity and modern design. Click on the link to view product detail, and enjoy the festive season. 

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Goddess Chandraghanta is worshipped on Tritiya (the Third Day) of Navratri. The third day is the color for Purple; it represents the character of vivacity and sense of spirituality. You can cheer up your look with our RADISH PINK KADHWA KATAN SILK BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE Incorporating this undertone into your style will make a subtle statement.

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Devi Kushmanda is worshipped on the Chaturthi (Fourth Day) of Navratri, she is known for vegetation on earth. Worshipping Devi Kushmanda ORANGE KHADDI GEORGETTE BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE on Navratri bestows the person with qualities such as warmth & exuberance. Orange is a color full of positive energy and keeps the person upbeat. Wearing a Georgette Silk saree embrace your Navratri festival look. View our Product by clicking our link.


On the Panchami (Fifth Day) devotees worship Goddess Skandmata, she represents the symbol of the strength of a mother when her child is confronted with danger. Color Yellow symbolizes the happiness and positivity in a human on the fifth day of Navratri. Wear YELLOW KATAN SILK UPPADA BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE to be worthy of goddess blessings, and experience a feeling of inner peace and security. To see the detailing of the Zari work border you can click on the link. 

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On the sixth day (Shashti) an incarnation of Durga, Devi Katyani is worshipped. According to Hindu mythology, Maa Parvati took the form of Katyani to annihilate the demon mahishasur. Worshipping goddess Katyani wearing pink symbolizes hope and a fresh, you can opt for our PEACH PINK KADHWA KATAN SILK BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE to reflect your style with vigor and vitality and seek the blessing of Maa Durga. katan Silk is purely embedded with zari Buta, can click on the link to view the artistical work of katan. 

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Considered to be the most ferocious form of goddess Durga, Kalaratri is revered on Saptami (Seventh Day). Worshipping goddess Kalaratri wearing Blue bestows with qualities of fearlessness. Blue is the color of richness and tranquillity, featuring our STEEL BLUE CREPE GEORGETTE BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE is perfect to participate in Navratri celebrations with unmatched elegance. Click the link to view richness. 

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The eighth day of Navratri commemorates the worshipping of Mahagauri is celebrated. Devi Mahagauri symbolizes intelligence and peace. The color associated with Ashtami is White Color, for the eighth day, we present our OFF WHITE KHADDI GEORGETTE BANARASI HANDLOOM SARE. White symbolizes purity and spirituality. To view the charm of Georgette Silk you can click on the link.


On the last day of the festival also known as Navami (Ninth Day), people pray to Goddess Siddhidatri. Wear Red color implies ultimate power and triumph. You can adore your look and stand out in the crowd wearing this exquisite shade of RED KADHWA KATAN SILK BANARASI HANDLOOM SAREE on the last day of Navratri celebrations. Click on the link to view Product detail. 

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