Dharmendra and Hema Malini’s darling Esha Deol has been in love with festivals since the beginning. Be it in films, or away from films, the process of celebrating his festival never stopped. Esha is again in the limelight these days after getting a chance in Ajay Devgan’s first web series ‘Rudra’ and this year she is celebrating Navaratri in a different way.
Esha has made preparations to celebrate the holy occasions of Navaratri, the festival of worship of nine goddesses, with nine different colors. Esha has wished everyone a Happy Navaratri by sharing her photo on social media. The entire Navaratri Esha will be seen in a new color every day for her fans.
Esha Deol has shared a very beautiful photo in yellow clothes on Instagram. The caption accompanying this photo reads ‘This year Navaratri is starting with the vibrant color yellow. The yellow color symbolizes happiness and energy. On the first day of Navaratri, we worship Maa Shailputri who is known as Parvati or Shakti. She attracts me because of her courage and compassion. I bow to the daughter of Himalaya. May you give us all the strength to cross the mountain of difficulties.’
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According to the information, Esha Deol is celebrating Navaratri, the festival of women’s power, in a slightly different way in collaboration with a budding fashion designer. Talking about the specialty of nine different colors, Esha will be seen in nine different colors. Each color has a different glory. Orange, white, blue, red, bright blue, yellow, green, grey, purple, and pink is considered symbols of energy, purity, fearlessness, prosperity, happiness, growth, strength, wisdom, and compassion respectively.
Esha Deol says about her initiative, “On Navaratri, we pray to the nine incarnations of the Goddess through colors that represent different moods and energies. My mother, Aahana, and I have been celebrating it with dance for the past several years. This festival is close to our hearts. This year due to the Corona pandemic we cannot do our dance program so I have decided to do something with my team which can talk about women’s power and gender equality.”