Navratri -Nine Days of Fun and Fashion-Part 2

Sarva Swarupe Sarveshe, Sarva Shakti Samanvite
Bhaye Bhyastraahi No Devi, Durge Devi Namostute

Omnipresent and possessing infinite powers, we pray to the Goddess to protect us from all fears.

As we continue our Navratri series, we help you dress up in the designated colours of each day of the nine-day festival. Our ensembles in these shades will not only make you a head-turner at every gathering, but also usher in peace and positive vibes to your life.

Here are a few looks from Agashe for the next three days of the festival.

Day 4 – Resplendent in Royal Blue

On the fourth day of Navratri, the avatar of Durga as Kushmanda or Ashtabhuja Devi is worshipped. The colour of the day is blue. Wear this hue to attract good health and prosperity.  Hit the dance floor and twirl in these Indo-western outfits from Agashe.

Drape yourself in six yards of elegance for a visit to a pandal or while hosting your own Pooja.

Day 5 – Youthful in Yellow

On the fifth day of Navratri, Goddess Skandmata, the mother of Kartikeya is worshipped. Shades of yellow are worn to attract exuberance and happiness. Look youthful in these radiant, yellow outfits from Agashe.

Day 6 – Gorgeous in Green

Day six of Navratri heralds reinvigoration and growth. Goddess Katyayani is worshipped and the shade of the day is green. Turn over a new leaf and celebrate new beginnings. While doing this, get your style on point and look graceful in these attires.

We got you covered for the first six days of Navratri festivities. Keep following this space to amp your style quotient for the last leg of celebrations. Check out for the latest trends and stay in vogue.

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