Nine Days of the Goddesses(Navaratri) - How to Bring Energy of Goddesses into Your Home

The Indian festival of Navaratri begins with nine-days, get connected with the Goddess Energy of the Divine Feminine to intensify your SHAKTI !!

 

Nava-ratri means the three aspects of mind, body and soul, ie, Nav-Nine, Ratri-Nights. This festival is celebrated twice a year – in spring to celebrate sowing seeds, and in autumn, when we reap the harvest. In these nine days you can supercharge your inner strength to bring success and peace in your life.

 

Autumn signals colder, darker nights and this can leave many of us feeling physically and emotionally fatigued. At times of weakness we need to summon strength and this can take many forms. So it’s fortunate that, the start of Navaratri – the nine-day Indian festival devoted to Durga – the Goddess of Shakti, or power and strength Maa Durga is immensely and passionately worshiped to invite positivity, bliss, and prosperity in homes and lives. We will share with you a few ways how to get your home overflowing with richness and purity of this divine festival and welcome the blessings of the Devi with fresh and beautiful decor.

 

We all know that Mother Durga is a true epitome of power and she stays in the homes that have positive vibes. What's more, just a home with cleanliness and freshness can ooze positive vitality.

 

You can decorate your home with the brightest hues and they look every bit amazing. Use cushions, curtains, wall tapestries, bedcovers and furnishings of bright colors, sequins, mirrors, shimmers, or zardosi work in different spectacular hues, like oranges, yellows, magenta, greens, and golden browns. They make any corner look opulent and elegant spontaneously.

 

Try to infuse a bit of the Navratri festive element with eclectic colorful Shawls & Wraps hanging at the entryways to give an ethnic touch to your home.


 
 

Decorate with saree curtains

There is almost certainly that ethnic touch which is the noticeable feature of eclectic theme decor. Using the Sari Curtains in the doors and windows gives a true picture of the tradition and culture.

 
 

Enhance the walls with Wall Tapestries

Every festival is incomplete without the dazzling effect of the walls which happens to be the prettiest decor option to bring in authentic festive vibes. Hang Vintage Bridal Sari Wall Tapestries in your living room, Puja room or in any prominent space to double up the celebrations and keep the festive spirit alive.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Freshen up the aura with Brass Idols & Stone Sculptures

Place Godeesess Stone Idols or Brass Murti Sculptures and decorate with bright autumn flowers. These earth touching statues will not just pervade and delight the festive spirit but will mesmerize the entire house with their positive vibes.
These nine days of festivity, spirituality, and devotion depicts the celebration of good over evil, hope over hopelessness, and resurrection of righteousness and faith.
 

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