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Navratri 2024

We must celebrate Goddess Durga's arrival in a grand and festive way. History says Navratri is a festival of the victory of good over evil, and to mark that, we celebrate this festival by welcoming the goddess of courage and strength into our lives. Navratri is an energetic, joyful, and optimistic festival, so wearing appropriate ethnic clothing is essential.

Fashionable kurtas for Navratri can be purchased here, as the House of Kari has Navratri kurtis and suits for every occasion.

Why Chikankari during the festival?

Chikankari is a hand embroidery work with roots in Lucknow. It is a form of artwork in which thread work is done on various fabrics. Its exquisite detailing and classic appeal make Lucknowi Chikankari embroidery so significant. Expert artisans carefully work on each piece to produce designs that show class and sophistication.

Do you know that a particular color is associated with each day of Navratri? If not, allow us to walk you through the selection of color shades and styling options so you can rock the Navratri look.

Navratri Styling Advice for Everyday Look

Day 1 of Navratri

Day one of Navratri signifies birth, and it marks the beginning of pooja and a 9-day celebration; thus, orange is the color of the first day of Navratri. On this day, to be in sync, you can choose the orange Chikankari polysilk long kurta set and pair it with high heels and silver jhumkas to look outstanding.

Day 2 of Navratri

Day two symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, and austerity, so the hue for the day must be white. You can choose a beautiful white chikankari long kurta, and to add that glam to your attire, pair it with blue denim and flat sandals.

Day 3 of Navratri

Day three signifies a married form of maa durga. As a result, the color of this day is red. For your OOTD, you can choose a red chikankari silk co-ord set. Since red and gold go well together, add bling with golden bangles. If you're looking for an elegant look, pair the attire with a golden wristwatch.

Day 4 of Navratri

Day four symbolizes the energy and light that Maa Durga imparts to the lives of all, so the color of this day is royal blue. On this day, wear a royal blue chikankari cotton long kurta. Pair it with chikankari cotton pants. Trust us, one can never go wrong with this attire.

Day 5 of Navratri

Day five represents the motherly love of Maa, and for that, there is just one color that is as warm as mother love: “yellow.”. For this day, you can carry a yellow chikankari cotton co-ord set. To look outstanding, carry the attire with a bold lip color like brown or red.

Day 6 of Navratri

Day six represents the triumph of good over evil, so the color of this day is green. Day 6 also marks the start of Garba, so we have a fantastic outfit choice for you. Wear a lehenga or garara with your green chikankari short kurta to amp up the glamour. You can also accessorize with silver bangles and traditional chandbalis.

Day 7 of Navratri

Day seven is when we worship the fierce form of Maa, and the hue for the day is grey. On this day, you can try something different. By different, we mean layering. You can wear a grey Chikankari-embroidered kurta that looks great when layered with a light jacket in mustard or teal blue, and for that extra elegance, add a choker set.

Day 8 of Navratri

On Day Eight, we worship the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Purple is the color that signifies spirituality and wisdom; as a result, the hue of the day must be purple. This day, opt for a low-key look by wearing a purple Chikankari silk kurta set and applying subtle makeup. However, since it is Navratri, a touch of drama needs to be added, and you can accentuate your eye by wearing Kohl eyeliner.

Day 9 of Navratri

Since this is the final day of Navratri and we worship the goddess of power and direction, the day's color, peacock green, is appropriate, as the color itself signifies the vibrancy of life. As it is the last day of Pooja, your outfit must stand out. Wear a Chikankari long kurta in a peacock green shade and pair it with a white palazzo. To complete, add transparent wedges with silver bangles, and for an ethnic vibe, add a small bindi.


We assure you that you will draw attention when you wear these exquisite chikankari kurtas to mark different days with different colors. The clothing available at House Kari is exquisitely designed, incredibly cozy, and fashionable. Trust us, you will not regret adding these chikankari embroidered kurtas to your closet.

House of Kari is one of the best places to buy an authentic Chikankari kurta made by local Chikankari artisans from Lucknow. The finely detailed hand embroidery will captivate you. House of Kari also provides you with an enormous range of options to choose from, thanks to our premium fabric, chic yet traditional designs, and the ageless charm of Chikankari work.