It’s that time of the year when devotees of Goddess Durga welcome her to their homes and celebrate the power of Shakti. In East India, devotees celebrate Durga and her children’s ( Lakshmi, Saraswati, Ganesha and Kartika) arrival. It is believed that she annually pays a visit to her Maika (mother’s home) along with her kids and returns on Dashami.
Navratri is all about bright attire, complimenting jewellery, festivities, Garbha and Dandiya dance besides devotional prayers and engagements.
There’s nothing prettier Indian traditional outfits. And if you are wondering what colour to go for, then here’s an answer – every year, there’s a specific colour code for each of the nine days.
Check out this year’s colours –
Here’s wishing one and all a very Happy Navratri in advance.