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Chaitra Navratri 2023: Nine rangoli designs for each day of the festival

Mar 23, 2023 12:23 PM IST

Here are nine rangoli designs, one for each day of Chaitra Navratri, that you can try at home to add a touch of beauty and spirituality to your celebrations.

Chaitra Navratri is a Hindu festival that is celebrated over nine days in the Hindu month of Chaitra. The word "Navratri" means "nine nights" in Sanskrit, and the festival is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga and her various incarnations. During this festival, people observe fasts and offer prayers to the goddess, seeking her blessings and protection. Chaitra Navratri marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year, and it is considered an auspicious time to start new ventures or projects. The festival is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in various parts of India, with colourful decorations, music, dance, and feasting. Chaitra Navratri is a time of joy and celebration, where people come together to worship the divine feminine energy and seek her blessings for a prosperous and happy life. (Also read: Happy Chaitra Navratri 2023: Best wishes, images, messages, greetings to share with loved ones )

One of the most beautiful and colorful ways to celebrate this festival is by creating rangolis, which are intricate designs made on the floor using colored powders, flowers, or rice.(pinterest)
One of the most beautiful and colorful ways to celebrate this festival is by creating rangolis, which are intricate designs made on the floor using colored powders, flowers, or rice.(pinterest)

One of the ways people decorate their homes during this festival is by creating rangoli designs. Rangoli is a traditional art form in which intricate and colourful patterns are made on the floor using materials like coloured rice, sand, or flower petals. Here are nine rangoli designs, one for each day of Chaitra Navratri, that you can try at home.

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Rangoli designs for each day of Chaitra Navratri:

Day 1: The first day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri. Create a simple yet elegant rangoli design using white or yellow colored powder, with a small red dot in the center representing the goddess.

On the first day of Navratri, create a simple yet elegant rangoli design. (pinterest)
On the first day of Navratri, create a simple yet elegant rangoli design. (pinterest)

Day 2: On the second day, Goddess Brahmacharini is worshiped. Create a rangoli design inspired by the lotus flower, which symbolizes purity and spiritual awakening. Use pink or red colored powder to create the petals and green powder for the leaves.

On the second day, create a rangoli design inspired by the lotus flower.(pinterest)
On the second day, create a rangoli design inspired by the lotus flower.(pinterest)

Day 3: On the third day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Chandraghanta, who is depicted riding a tiger and has a half-moon on her forehead. Use orange, yellow, and white colored powders to create the design.

On the third day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Chandraghanta(pinterest)
On the third day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Chandraghanta(pinterest)

Day 4: On the fourth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Kushmanda, who is believed to have created the universe with her smile. Use orange and yellow colored powders to create a smiling sun in the center of the design.

Create a rangoli pattern in honour of the goddess Kushmanda on the fourth day.(pinterest)
Create a rangoli pattern in honour of the goddess Kushmanda on the fourth day.(pinterest)

Day 5: On the fifth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Skandamata, who is depicted holding her son Skanda in her lap. Use white, blue, and green colored powders to create the design.

On the fifth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Skandamata(pinterest)
On the fifth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Skandamata(pinterest)

Day 6: On the sixth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Katyayani, who is believed to have manifested from the collective energy of the gods. Use red and yellow colored powders to create the design.

On the sixth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Katyayani(pinterest)
On the sixth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Katyayani(pinterest)

Day 7: On the seventh day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Kalaratri, who is depicted as a fierce warrior with a garland of skulls. Use black and red colored powders to create the design.

Create a rangoli pattern in honour of the goddess Kalaratri on the seventh day.(pinterest)
Create a rangoli pattern in honour of the goddess Kalaratri on the seventh day.(pinterest)

Day 8: On the eighth day, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Mahagauri, who is believed to have purged all sins and impurities. Use white and pink colored powders to create a beautiful floral design.

Creat a beautiful pink and white floral design inspired by goddess Mahagauri.(pinterest)
Creat a beautiful pink and white floral design inspired by goddess Mahagauri.(pinterest)

Day 9: On the final day of Navratri, create a rangoli design inspired by the goddess Siddhidatri, who is believed to have the power to grant all wishes. Use a combination of all colors to create a vibrant and joyful design.

On the last day, use a combination of all colors to create a vibrant and joyful design.(pinterest)
On the last day, use a combination of all colors to create a vibrant and joyful design.(pinterest)

These rangoli designs are just a few examples of the many creative ways you can decorate your home during Chaitra Navratri. So, let your creativity flow and make your home shine with the colors of this auspicious festival.

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