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If your favourite color is red then you’re surely going to enjoy the fourth day of Durga Puja. While you’ll always find an array of designs in vibrant colors, red has the highest demand when it comes to ethnic wears, especially lehenga and anarkali. Go through this fabulous post to see some gorgeous creations in red color.
The fourth day of Navratri is deidcated to Goddess Kushmanda and is signified by red color. Kushmanda, the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga, is worshiped on the Navratri Chaturthi. The Goddess believed to be the creator of the universe. Her name comprises of “Ku-shm-anda” which means “the cosmic egg.” The fourth day of Navratrai also marks the beginning of worshiping MahaLaxmi.