Nagadas, dhols, dandiyas, pandals, folk music, happy dances, a nine-day color-coded schedule, lights, fair, food - It is that time of the year when you can recharge yourself with positive energy, aesthetic senses, and spiritual growth. Celebrated with great pomp and show, Navratri brings joy and peace in everyone's life.
StoryMirror invites you all to be part of the contest Navratri Diaries, a contest to celebrate Navratri through stories and poems.
Our traditions have an inherent beauty within them. Let us deep dive into the beauty with our pen next to us.
People especially women who celebrate the nine nights festivals of Nav Durga follow the particular color of the day. Here, we have listed the Navratri colours and its meaning. You need to create a story or poem, in a way that reflects the meaning of the colour and the essence of Navratri. For example, if you choose the colour red, you can write a story or poem about passion.
Day1: White - White symbolises peace, serenity, calm and purity.
Day 2: Red - Red symbolises passion, auspiciousness as well as anger essential to uproot evil
Day 3: Royal Blue - Royal blue represents divine energy.
Day 4: Yellow - Yellow colour symbolises joy and cheerfulness
Day 5: Green - The colour green refers to the various aspects of Mother Nature and its nourishing qualities.
Day 6: Grey - Grey refers to the destruction of evil.
Day 7: Orange - Orange symbolises fire, brightness and knowledge.
Day 8: Peacock Green - The colour peacock green represents the desires and wishes that get fulfilled.
Day 9: Pink - Pink represents purity and femininity.
Content can be submitted in any one or more of these languages - English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Odia & Bangla.
Submission Phase - Sep 21, 2022, to Oct 10, 2022
Declaration of Result: November 15, 2022
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