Navratri day 8 is commonly called as Dugrashtami and ma Mahagauri is worshipped on this day. This is her eighth form which is a symbol of purity and tranquility. It is also said that this form of Ma Durga is an unmarried girl waiting to be married to Lord Shiva. In her birth as Parvati,… Read More Navratri Day 8: A Day of Arani Pattu
On Navratri day 7, Ma Durga is worshipped in the form of Ma Kali, also called as Ma Kaalratri. This avatar is the most terrifying of all. She has a dark complexion and looks aggressive. Ma Kali is a form created to kill demons and evil. Many think that this form of Ma Durga is… Read More Navratri Day 7: Who doesn’t love a Red Saree!?
Festivals are important for two primary reasons. One, we will be connected to our roots, where we came from, traditions that are carried for generations. Two, building or amending our bonds with our kin. Family, friends, and society. Two things that help us build ourselves as individuals, our values and in a way, a well-rounded… Read More Navratri Day 6: Family Bonding Time
Hello, people. You might have already figured it out, the theme for Navratri day 4 is Reuse & Restyle. How old is too old? Are we not supposed to wear old clothes? I don’t know where this idea ever came from but I saw some people saying that they don’t like repeating their clothes. What… Read More Navratri Day 4: Reuse & Restyle Your Old Clothes
Navratri day 2 is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini, another form of Ma Durga. After Dakhayani, ma Durga took birth as the daughter of Himavat, the king of mountains. Hence she is also called as Hemavati and Parvati. As she was growing up, she came to know that she can marry her husband from the previous… Read More Navratri Day 2: Simplicity of a Kota Silk Saree