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Significance of the 9 Colours of Navratri

September 15, 2022    7 min read

Aye Halo….because the festival of colours, energetic vibes and dandiya-garba night is coming soon. Navratri calls for a nine days celebration starting from 26th September this year. The most vigorous and the nine avatars of Goddess Durga are visible during Navratri in all parts of India. Hindus worship the Goddess with utmost dedication every year. Nine days of fasting and garba night make Navratri a grand occasion as it is a festival full of vibrancy and enthusiasm. Each day of Navratri has nine distinct colours. Every year each Goddess is addressed with a different colour. Each shade has its prominence. Wearing the apparel as per the colours brings a scintillation to the eve.

Each shade of Navratri depicts Goddess Durga. Below are the nine different colours of Navratri 2022 that, when worn, will help you to stand apart from the norms.

Day 1: White
Goddess Shailputri is likely to be decked in white, which denotes peace and serenity. It's a colour that everybody loves. Women beautifying themselves with oxidized jewels and white attire are generally a delight to the eye.

Day 2: Red
It is a distinctive colour for the most impressive Goddess, Brahmacharini. The colour red denotes strength and power. Devotees who wear authentic red bandhani attire will likely be in the show's spotlight.

Day 3: Orange
This year, devotees will embellish Goddess Chandraghanta with warmth and enthusiasm, i.e., with the colour orange. Full of vitality, this colour is an absolute necessity in your closet.

Day 4: Yellow
The Goddess of Cosmic Egg, Goddess Kushmanda, with her grin, illuminates the world and brings enlightenment. She carries the colour yellow. This blissful hue consistently gives enduring joy and cheer to the colours of Navratri.

Day 5: Green
Goddess Skandamata is the one who fulfills the desires of her devotees. She is the day 5 Goddess that brings the flash of plant life and mother earth with her. Donning green colour attire on this day is viewed as a blessing.

Day 6: Grey
Goddess Katyayani's energy illustrates in her name. The colour grey, which is bizarre yet looks rich, denotes neutrality. A simple grey kurta or a saree is the clothing on which devotees ought to settle.

Day 7: Blue
Blue is worn to applaud the bravery of Goddess Kalratri. She's the one who eliminates all the evil from the universe. The colour blue represents honesty and loyalty. It's a gorgeous shade that won't ever dishearten you.

Day 8: Purple
Goddess Mahagauri is the eighth Goddess of Navratri. Purple is the colour that represents glory and pride. Wearing purple-tone outfits helps to flaunt your personality. It elevates your greatness during the festivities.

Day 9: Pink
The ninth day or the day preceding Dusshera, is the last day of Navratri. Pink is the shade for Goddess Siddhidatri that denotes femininity. Devotees love dressing in this colour and expect great fortune from her.

Besides devotees, even the public and private sector offices follow the colour theme. It jazzes their mood and brings great pleasure to their work mode. Just as Navratri adds colours to the festivity, Practically, with the help of 3D videos, AR experiences and life-like simulations enhance your learnings. So, what are you waiting for? Download the Practically app now!

We wish you and your family a Happy Navratri!

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