Navratri 2021: Know the importance of nine days, nine colours
Today, we bring you the importance of Navratri and how significant are the essence of nine colours during these holy days; read on.
The holy occasion of Navratri is incomplete without learning the importance of nine colours that stand in high regard during these festive days. Each year devotees dress in colour-coordinated outfits to make the occasion of Navratri more blissful. Let's see what the essential colours of this season are.
Day 1: Yellow
The first day of Navratri falls on Thursday; hence it's called Pratipada. So yellow colour is of vital significance on this day.
Day 2: Green
The second day of Navratri is called Dwitiya that falls on Friday. This day homage to Brahmachari is paid. Hence this day is celebrated with wearing green colours. Also Read: 5 looks inspired by Ananya Panday to ace this Navratri 2021
Day 3: Grey
The third that is also called Tritiya, the importance of grey colour is celebrated. It symbolises subtleness.
Day 4: Orange
The fourth day of the season is Orange, and it highlights the importance of warmth, zeal, and it is worn on the fourth day. Also Read: Samantha Akkineni to Deepika Padukone: 5 celebs inspired makeup looks to nail this Navratri 2021
Day 5: White
The fifth day which is also called Panchami. It is suggested to wear white on this day to receive the blessing of the goddess. White is said to be the symbol of beauty, purity and innocence.
Day 6: Red
Red is colourful of powerfulness, boldness. It is worn on the sixth day and signifies health, life, infinite courage, intense passion and more.
Day 7: Royal Blue
On the day of Saptami, it is suggested to wear royal blue. It signifies good health, prosperity; devotees must participate in Navratri celebrations wearing this beautiful colour.
Day 8: Pink
Ashtami is suggested to be the day of the highest importance. It is indicated for devotees to wear pink colour. Pink represents universal love, softness, feminine charm and honesty.
Day 9: Purple
The ninth day is the last day of Navrati 2021. Hence the day is suggested to be celebrated with purple. This colour is a blend of energy, vibrance, life, leisure and positivity. So this Navratri season, go all out and celebrate the day with much love and enthusiasm. Also Read: Here's how Kajol, Rani Mukerji will be celebrating Durga Puja this year; details inside