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Latest Navratri Jewellery Trends 2022: One for Each Day

by Urwashee Saxena on Sep 26, 2022

Navratri look matters more than you think. Traditionally, Navratri is celebrated on the auspicious occasion of the defeat of Mahishasur by Goddess Durga. It is a symbol of the triumph of good over evil. Therefore, in Navratri, which translates to ‘Nine-Nights,’ each night or each day of this nine-day celebration is dedicated to the nine avatars of Goddess Durga.

However, today, when we celebrate this ultimate power that is eternal and feminine, we must not forget to take inspiration from her and overcome our inner demons.

Each avatar of goddess Durga is conspicuously different from the other. The biggest difference is their appearance.

While we are celebrating the nine avatars of Devi, why not resonate our own looks with these avatars?

This way, we might feel the energy of each avatar and hopefully imbibe some of it.

So, let’s begin and see how we can customize our Navaratri Look on every day of Navratri inspired by the Nine Avatars of Goddess Durga.

Are you excited?

Let’s get started then!

Day 1: The Day of Goddess Shailputri

Shailputri, who is also known as Parvati, is celebrated on the very first day of Navratri. Parvati is the wife of God Shiva. The nature of Goddess Parvati is calm and pious. She is considered among the most honorable female figures in Hindu Scriptures.

To attract the purity and dedication of Devi Parvati, wear fashion jewellery in red and pink. To resonate your look with the goddess, you can rock your Navratri look with the help of a Viraasi Kundan necklace and jhumki that will give you a stunning traditional look. Such a glorious start for the celebration, isn’t it?

The best part of imitation jewellery is that they come in enormous designs and color combinations. On top of that even if you buy different types of jewellery for  Navratri look, it still won’t burn a hole in your pocket. Plus, you can always mix and match to create a whole new look. Now that’s what I call a win-win situation.

Day 2: The Day of Goddess Brahmacharini

On the second day, the Goddess Brahmacharini is celebrated for her ascetism. She is the goddess of knowledge, surrender, and detachment. She is dressed in white clothes and adorned with flowers.

If you want to get look inspired by Devi Brahmacharini then you should wear a pearl necklace and earrings that complement this look by adorning some beautiful real flowers in your hair. If pearl jewellery is not for you then you can try the colorful silk thread necklace and earrings combo for this day. And you can never go wrong with the real fragrant flowers in your hair.

If you want to buy pearl or silk thread jewellery, then you are welcome to explore the latest and greatest collection of Viraasi.

Day 3: The Day of Goddess Chandraghanta

On the third day of Navratri, the Goddess Chandraghanta is celebrated. She is one of the fiercest avatars of Goddess Durga. She is adorned with various weapons and has her third eye open all the time, which denotes that she’s always ready for war to eradicate demons from the world. Therefore, she is also known as Chandika or Rannchandi.

The complexion of Devi Chandraghanta is golden and in one of her hands, she is holding a lotus flower. So, if you want a look inspired by the Devi who is also an avatar of Devi Parvati, then you should wear gold-plated jewellery. Gold-plated necklaces, earrings, and bangles will give you a stunning look on this special day. While you’re wearing gold-plated jewellery, do not forget to complement your look with a Mang Teeka and a Nath.

For an exclusive handmade collection of Gold-plated jewellery, please visit Viraasi.

Day 4: The Day of Goddess Kushmanda

The fourth day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Kushmanda. It is also the fourth avatar of Devi Durga and is known as Durga’s Mahashakti Avatar. Her name depicts her role in the universe: Ku means ‘A Little’, Ushma means ‘Warmth’, and Anda means ‘Cosmic Egg’. It is said that the graceful smile of Devi Kushmanda caused the birth of the entire universe.

There is one interesting fact about Devi is that in her Jap Mala, she possesses the power to bestow Ashtha (8) Siddhis and Nav (9) Nidhis.

Therefore, if you want a look inspired by Devi Kushmanda then you must be finding necklaces and viraasi earrings with colorful beads in the collection of Viraasi. The multilayered Kundan necklace will fill your look with countless colors of stars in the universe. Do check out the latest collection at Viraasi.

Day 5: The Day of Goddess Skandamata

The fifth day of Navratri is dedicated to the fifth avatar of Devi Durga, Skandamata. She represents the Goddess Durga in her motherhood form. In one of her hands, she is holding her infant son, Kartikeya, the god of war. Skandamata is a mother who is kind, forgiving, and nurturing.

To imbibe the grace of Skandamata, complement your outfit by wearing temple jewellery from the heritage collection of Viraasi. The temple jewellery comprises a necklace, earrings, Kamar bandh, Kangan, mang teeka, and Nath. This will give you a heavy prosperous look that is the symbol of a mother who is giving and full of love.

Viraasi’s new updated collection of temple jewellery awaits.

Day 6: The Day of Goddess Katyayni

The sixth day of Navratri is dedicated to the sixth avatar of Durga, Katyayani. She is the slayer of the demon Mahishasur. She is the one who is depicted in Durgapuja. Katyayani is the Devi who is a demon-slayer, who rides on a lion, and who saves the world from tyranny. She is the symbol of power and nurture.

To get a look that is inspired by Goddess Katyayni, wear something that combines everything. Wear a gold-plated Kundan necklace and pair it with silk-thread jhumkis. This day is to mix everything that you own and create a one-of-a-kind style that expresses true womanhood, womanhood full of power, kindness, and forgiveness. But don’t forget to wear an accentuated Nath, which is one of the distinct features of Goddess Katyayni’s appearance.

For all the stunning fashion jewellery ranges, please visit Viraasi.

Day 7: The Day of Goddess Kalaratri

Also known as Kali, Kalaratri is the goddess of destruction. Destruction may sound like a bad event. But it is not always as it seems. Destruction is essential for creation. The destruction that begets creation full of life and prosperity is carried out by goddess Kalaratri. And this seventh day of Navaratri is dedicated to the goddess of prosperity.

The complexion of goddess Kalaratri is dark, she has three bloodshot eyes. Getting a look inspired by Kalaratri can only be made possible by oxidized jewellery. The oxidized silver jewellery has a distinct characteristic that makes it look antique and corroded. It gives the wearer a phenomenal Boho look that stands out. Plus, the tribal look that you can get from oxidized necklaces, earrings, and armlets can make you feel more attached to the rawness of nature.
Therefore, oxidized imitation jewellery is both affordable and stunning for your Navratri look. Wear it and feel the blessings of Devi Kalaratri in your life. If you want to get viraasi oxidized jewellery at the irresistible Navratri discount offer, then don’t forget to check the collection at Viraasi.

Day 8: The Day of Goddess Mahagauri

Mahagauri is the avatar of beauty and womanhood. She is beautiful, graceful, powerful, and forgiving. She represents the Durga in the form of recovery. It is said that Mahagauri shines like the Moon. The eighth day of Navratri is the day to celebrate the eighth avatar of Durga, Mahagauri.

The complexion of Devi Mahagauri is golden, and she wears pure white clothes. To imitate the looks of Devi, you should try to complement your outfits with pear and gold-plated jewellery. White Kundan jewellery would elevate your look a couple of notches up. A white bead necklace with a gold-plated pendant would also look phenomenal for this day of Navratri.

If you are finding imitation jewellery that suits your look on the eighth day of Navratri, then Viraasi has a treat for you.

Day 9: The Day of Goddess Siddhidhatri

The final day of Navratri is the day when we celebrate the ninth avatar of Durga, Siddhidhatri. As the name suggests, the Goddess Siddhidhatri is the giver of supernatural powers. It is believed that the one side of Lord Shiva is that of Devi Siddhidhatri in his Ardhanarishwara avatar. Siddhidhatri Devi is also the highest form of Mahadevi.

To attract the blessings of this Mahadevi, wear minimal fashion jewellery but wear everything essential in Hindu culture – Mang Teeka, Nath, Earrings, Necklace, Armlets, Kamarbandh, Kangan, Anklets, etc. The Devi denotes the highest stage of spirituality, therefore, make sure there’s nothing too heavy in your look. But the goddess is a woman too, so minimal imitation jewellery would be the best choice to combine both the spiritual and feminine side of the Goddess.

If you are looking for minimal jewellery for your Navratri look, then Viraasi has something amazing for you.

On the final note, from the entire team of Viraasi, we wish you a Happy and Prosperous Navratri to you and your loved ones.
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