Navratri Colours 2018
Hindus celebrates Navratri with full of enthusiasm. It is a great Hindu festival which brings prosperity and peacefulness in lives. The Nine-Day festival has custom to wear different colour dresses which many of you do not know. The article tells you what to wear during Navratri to look colourful and shows devotion towards Goddess Durga.
Navratri Days 2018 Colours
You all know that on Navratri each Goddess of Navadurga is worshipped and the worship starts with Shailputri Maa and ends with Siddhidhatri Maa. So each day you should try to wear a new colour.
First Day- Pratipada- Yellow
On the very first day, Shailputri Maa is worshipped. On this day devotees performed GhatSthapna. You should wear Yellow colour on the first day.
Second Day- Dwitiya – Green
In this day, the Goddess Bharmacharini is worshipped. It is believed that the Goddess is powerful, divine and spiritual grace, and the colour of the day for devotees is ‘Green’.
Chandraghanta is worshipped on the third day. The Goddess symbolises peace, beauty, bravery and serenity. Sindhoor Tritiya Sowbhagya Teej is observed on this day and the colour for devotees is ‘Grey’.
Maa Kushmanda is the Goddess worshipped on this day. She symbolises the creator of universe. For devotees, the colour of the day is ‘Orange’.
Fifth Day- Panchami- White
Skandamata is known for demolishing the demons. On Panchami, devotees are expected to wear a ‘White’ colour dress.
Sixth Day-Shashti –Red
Devotees remember Mata Durga incarnation as Katyayni Devi. Devotees are expected to don in ‘Red’ colour dress on the day.
Seventh Day- Saptami- Blue
Mata Kaalratri is remembered on the day who protects her devotees from troubles. The day is called as the beginning of Utsava Puja and devotees can wear a ‘Blue’ dress.
Eighth Day – Ashtami – Pink
On this day, Mata Maha Gauri is remembered who is a kind heart Goddess, known to forgive her devotees’ sins. The Goddess is dressed in a peacock green colour saree and ‘Pink’ colour is decided for devotees.
Ninth Day–Navami –Purple
Siddhidatri is the form of Goddess Durga on ninth day. The Goddess is dressed in purple and for devotees the same colour is decided to wear.
Tenth Day- Dasami- Peacock Green
Devotees are recommended to wear peacock green colour on this auspicious day. This is the end of the festival.