About Navratri

The entire country is soaking in the feel of festivity and squeezing in all the flavours of yet -to-come excitement of Navratri. These special 9 days are dedicated to the different forms of Goddess Durga and has its own significance in terms of different colours worn on those days. The devotees wearing these colour coded dresses fondly decorate the idol of Goddess Durga, offering sari, sindur, jewellery, sweets and offer prayers to the almighty for the good of one and all.

These special 9 days not only have a religious significance but also brings a familial nuance to it. The buzzing malls, the day long routine, family outings, shopping are all synonyms to Navratri and its celebrations. Any of these preparations remains incomplete without shopping for matching jewellery for each day, as per each colour, and one’s respective taste – and for each of these event velvetcase brings to you a wide variety of Navratri Jewellery rings, kadas, earrings, jhumkas, and many more only to leave you spoilt for choice.

Colours of Navratri – 2017

Each day of Navratri has its own significance and a different code of colour associated with it. Day one is the day for sunshine colour – yellow; to kick start the celebrations. The earring collection of Silver Vivid Yellow Citrine & CZ Earrings in Velvet case adds perfectly to the attire making it look classy and giving the perfect look of the first day.

Silver Vivid Yellow Citrine & Cz Earrings
Silver Vivid Yellow Citrine & Cz Earrings

The second day, is for the colour Green – representing Goddess Jagadamba. She is the “the mother of universe” or the cosmic Goddess who protects the universe. For this day, velvetcase brings the Emerald Ring with Zirconia, making it a perfect day or a night wear.

Emerald Ring With Zirconia
Emerald Ring With Zirconia

The third day is for colour Gray representing Goddess Mahakaali – the companion of consciousness and the basis of reality and existence. To compliment the day velevtcase has its very own earthy looking Grey & White Pearls with Swarovski Balls necklace, which when paired up with a black sari or any other traditional wear suits perfectly for the occasion.

Grey & White Pearls With Swarovski Balls
Grey & White Pearls With Swarovski Balls

The fourth and fifth day are the days of orange and white representing Goddess Tara or Chamunda – the fierce Goddess who single headedly undertook two demons. Evoking this strong emotion is the Orange Onyx Genuine Earring and Moonstone Neo Statement Earring, compliments perfectly for the occasion.

Orange Onyx Genuine Earring
Orange Onyx Genuine Earring

 

Silver and Moonstone Neo Statement Earring
Silver and Moonstone Neo Statement Earring

The last few days of Navratri brings in the brighter colours and stronger shades like red, blue, pink and purple representative of Contradictions, eternity/infinity, strength and positivity. Velvetcase brings an array of collection symbolizing each of these colours in its Silver and Cubic Zirconia Neo Statement Earring, Blue Sapphire Quartz, Three Lines Necklace, Sapphire Trendy Statement Earring and Amethyst Earring for each colour and much more for each day and occasion.

Silver and Cubic Zirconia Neo Statement Earring
Silver and Cubic Zirconia Neo Statement Earring

 

Blue Sapphire Quartz Three Lines Necklace
Blue Sapphire Quartz Three Lines Necklace

 

Sapphire Trendy Statement Earring
Sapphire Trendy Statement Earring

 

Gold Amethyst Earring
Gold Amethyst Earring

It would be unfair to just limit your choices to only the colour format for each day; as velvetcase has more than one choice in its jewellery section exclusively for the Navratri occasion, than one can even imagine. The complete collection of silver jewellery with its novel designs of rings, like the Ethnic Cocktail Ring, Sunflower Ring, along with the variety of simple and so earthy looking Mother of Pearl Wine Jhumkas, Silver Peacock Drop Earrings, are to die for.

Each jewellery collection at velvetcase has a festival appeal to them. They not only add to the glamour quotient but also add the desi touch to one’s look. The assortment of jewellery pieces available here are selectively designed for each and every look, wear and day of Navratri.


About The Author – Prernaa Makhariaa, Founder, StylePrer.
Prernaa Makhariaa
StylePrer is a blog library with an eclectic blend of experiences from the world of jewellery and watches. Prernaa is a Jewellery Designer by profession. She has taken formal training from Gemological Institute Of America, Gemmological Institute of India and S.N.D.T.

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