Navratri 9 colors of Outfits ( Updated 2020 )

Navratri, one of India's biggest festivals celebrated by the Hindus, is observed with great devotion for 9 Nights and 10 Days. This festival is celebrated by Hindus Communities.

Navratri is celebrated with great forever and enjoys not only in India but also throughout the Global. Along with fasting and doing Puja of Goddess Durga, the 9 Colours that are to be worn for the 9 days of Navratri. This festival in interesting things is what females & males are excited to dress-up in these colors during Navratri. This color code of Navratri is even Followed in Colleges, Offices. This festival the city gets pained with nine beautiful colors on each day of Navratri. The idols of Goddess Durga are dressed-up in these colors during the 9 days of Navratri. Here mentioned nine colors meaning of the Navratri festival. Navratri celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion. During Navratri, people worship nine incarnations of goddess Durga until 9 days of Navratri. To know more about the Navratri and the importance of this festival click here

Navratri in people wear different colors and patterns of cloths like Indian kurta men's set And banarasi handloom sarees during festivals. Same, people give importance to the auspicious nine colors during nine days of Navratri. Each color has a different significance, which put a different effect on people’s life. Above, we have added the Navratri 2019 colors list, Here we are briefing the importance of Navratri nine colors.

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October 17 Day 1 : Grey


On the first day (Pratipada), devotees install the Kalash. This ritual is referred to as Kalash Sthapana or Ghatasthapana. On this day, the Shailputri form of Maa Durga is worshipped.

Why Grey ?

Grey refers to the quality of the destruction of evil.

October 18 Day 2 : Orange


On the second day (Dwitiya), the unmarried form of the mother goddess, Brahmacharini, is worshipped.

Why Orange ?

Orange symbolises tranquillity, brightness and knowledge.

October 19 Day 3 : White


On the third day (Tritiya), Maa Chandraghanta is worshipped.

Why White ?

White represents peace, serenity, calm and purity.

October 20 Day 4 : Red


On the fourth day (Chaturthi), the Kushmanda form of Maa Durga is worshipped.

Why Red ?

Red symbolises passion, auspiciousness as well as anger (that is required to uproot evil).

October 21 Day 5th : Royal Blue


On the fifth day (Panchami), devotees worship Skanda Mata, the mother of Lord Kartikeya.

Why Royal Blue :

On this day, people shall wear royal blue, a colour that represents divine energy.

October 22 Day 6th : Yellow


On the sixth day (Sashti), devotees shall pray to Goddess Katyayani.

Why Yellow?

Yellow colour symbolises joy and cheerfulness

October 23 Day 7th : Green


On the seventh day (Saptami), the Kalaratri form of Durga shall be worshipped.

Why Green?

The colour green refers to the various aspects of Mother Nature and its nourishing qualities.

October 24 Day 8th : Peacock Green


On the eighth day (Ashtami), Maha Gauri is worshipped.

Why Peacock Green?

The colour peacock green represents the desires and wishes that get fulfilled.

October 25 Day 9th : Purple


On the ninth day (Navami), the Siddhidhatri form of Goddess Durga is worshipped.

Why Purple?

The colour purple represents ambition, goal and energy

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