Navratri – Day1

During Navratri, the Goddess Durga, or the mother goddess, is worshipped in each of her nine forms. Each day has its significance and a ritual associated with it.

Day-1 or Pratipada is the word for “first”, and is the first day in the lunar fortnight (Paksha) of the Hindu calendar, It marks the beginning of Navrathri. The goddess is worshipped on this day as Shailputri, an incarnation of the Goddess Parvati(‘Daughter of the Mountain’)

After the self-immolation as Goddess Sati, Goddess Parvati took birth as the daughter of Lord Himalaya.

The colour associated  with this day is golden yellow, the colour of the sun! Beadsnfashion celebrates this colour with a mood board for all your creative designs.

Here’s some designs for  your inspirations. Yellow beads in Jewellery is a favourite and a hot seller at all times. Golden yellow has eternally been the colour for festive Jewellery. So, here’s some inspirations from our design team!

                                                 

 

Stay connected and share your creations with yellow!

Create your best!

Madhavi

 

Navrathri – Day 5

      Day 5 – Panchami Colour: WHITE Goddess Skandamata mounts on the ferocious lion. She carries baby Murugan in her lap. Lord Murugan is also known as Kartikeya and brother of Lord Ganesha. Goddess Skandamata is depicted with four hands. She carries lotus flowers in her upper two hands. She holds baby Murugan

Navrathri- Day3

  NAVRATHRI Day -3 Triteeya – colour: Grey     Goddess Chandraghanta is worshiped on Tritiya of Navratri. Goddess Chandraghanta is the married form the Goddess Parvati. After getting married to Lord Shiva Goddess Mahagauri started adorning her forehead with half Chandra and due to which Goddess Parvati was known as Goddess Chandraghanta. She stands for courage