Navratri 2020: 9 significant colours of season

First Published 17, Oct 2020, 11:03 AM

Let's take a look at nine festive colours of this Navratri season.

<p style="text-align: justify;">Nothing compares to the festive vibes of the Navratri season. From food to pooja to colourful clothes everything has a significance of its own. Let's take a look at the nine festive colours of this Navratri season and its importance.</p>

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Nothing compares to the festive vibes of the Navratri season. From food to pooja to colourful clothes everything has a significance of its own. Let's take a look at the nine festive colours of this Navratri season and its importance.

 

 

 

 

 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 1- Grey</strong><br />
Known as Pratipada, this day is associated with the Shailaputri incarnation of Parvati. She is dressed in grey colour.</p>

Day 1- Grey
Known as Pratipada, this day is associated with the Shailaputri incarnation of Parvati. She is dressed in grey colour.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 2- Orange</strong><br />
On the second day Goddess Brahmacharini another incarnation of Parvati is worshipped. Orange is the color of this day. Orange depicts strong energy and warmth.</p>

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Day 2- Orange
On the second day Goddess Brahmacharini another incarnation of Parvati is worshipped. Orange is the color of this day. Orange depicts strong energy and warmth.

 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 3 -White</strong><br />
Thrid day commemorates the worship of Chandraghanta, the name derived from the fact after marrying Shiva. White is the color of the third day,</p>

Day 3 -White
Thrid day commemorates the worship of Chandraghanta, the name derived from the fact after marrying Shiva. White is the color of the third day,

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 4- Red</strong><br />
The day of worshipping Kushmanda on Chaturthi.&nbsp; She is dressed in red color.</p>

Day 4- Red
The day of worshipping Kushmanda on Chaturthi.  She is dressed in red color.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 5-&nbsp; Royal Blue</strong><br />
Skandamata goddess is worshipped on this day. Panchami as it's called, depicts the day of the Skanda, mother of Kartikeya. Royal Blue symbolises transforming strength.</p>

Day 5-  Royal Blue
Skandamata goddess is worshipped on this day. Panchami as it's called, depicts the day of the Skanda, mother of Kartikeya. Royal Blue symbolises transforming strength.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 6 - Yellow</strong><br />
Yellow is known for Katyayini as she is dressed in Yellow colour.</p>

Day 6 - Yellow
Yellow is known for Katyayini as she is dressed in Yellow colour.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 7- Green</strong><br />
Kalaratri is revered on Saptami. The color of the day is Green. On Saptami, the goddess appears in green color attire with rage and fire in her eyes.</p>

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Day 7- Green
Kalaratri is revered on Saptami. The color of the day is Green. On Saptami, the goddess appears in green color attire with rage and fire in her eyes.

 

<p><strong>Day 8 -Peacock Green</strong><br />
Mahagauri is worshiped on this day. This color depicts optimism.<br />
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Day 8 -Peacock Green
Mahagauri is worshiped on this day. This color depicts optimism.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Day 9- Purple</strong><br />
The last day is known as Navami, people pray to Siddhidhatri. Sitting on the lotus, the purple color of the day portrays an admiration towards nature's beauty.</p>

Day 9- Purple
The last day is known as Navami, people pray to Siddhidhatri. Sitting on the lotus, the purple color of the day portrays an admiration towards nature's beauty.

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