Day 2 - Brahmacharini - White

      As we progress to Day 2, the purity and cleanliness of white take center stage. Brahmacharini is the second avatar of Goddess Durga, worshiped on the second day of Navratri. She symbolizes penance and devotion. Her name combines "Brahma," signifying penance, and "Charini," meaning an ardent follower. Parvati, the daughter of Himalaya, sought to marry Lord Shiva from her previous life. Sage Narad advised her to follow a path of penance. Parvati undertook rigorous penance for thousands of years, earning her the name Brahmacharini, denoting one who follows the path of penance. She endured extreme hardships, fasting without food or water, making her body frail. Eventually, Lord Brahma blessed her, promising her union with Shiva in this life. Parvati later married Lord Shiva