9 colors of Navratri

9 colors of Navratri

Navratri is celebrated in different ways in different parts of the country. However, the basic idea behind the Navratri festival is the victory of the Hindu goddess Kali or Durga. Navratri is loved and cherished by countless women across the country who fast and prepare special dishes and drinks at home during Navratri. During these 9 days of Navratri festival they dress up and visit friends and family. 

Here are 9 colors of Sharadiya Navratri that you should know about. It is considered very special to have this theme at home for your Navratri temple decoration along with dressing in one of these Navratri colors every day until the Navratri Festival ends.

9 colors of Navratri as day

Colors of Sharad Navratri








Royal Blue










Peacock Green

9 colors of navratri and significance of navratri colors

First day of Navratri - Keshari

        In the list of beautiful colors of Navratri, orange is first and very special. It is an attractive and beautiful color of Navratri. Orange is associated with warmth, fire and energy. Shailputri Devi is celebrated on this day. You can celebrate your Navratri temple decorations at home and by decorating your entire home with orange flowers and wearing something bright orange from your wardrobe.

Second day of Navratri - White

        On the second day, the color of Navratri is white. Who doesn’t love this calm and peaceful color? The significance of white color in Navratri is that it represents peace and happiness. Brahmacharini Devi is celebrated on this day. She is a goddess with a rosary in her right hand and a pot of water in her left. On this day you can use flowers like jasmine or white lotus for your Navratri temple decoration. Dress up in white clothes and visit friends and family too.

Third day of Navratri - Red

        Among the 9 colors of Navratri, red is the most powerful. It represents strength, power and fierceness. Chandraghanta Devi is celebrated on this day. She is the third form of Goddess Parvati and her married form. You can do a lot in your home with this Navratri color. From decorating the house with bright red flowers or decorating the home Navratri temple with red lamps to offering red colored fruits as prasad. Don’t forget to wear a red navratri colored dress to add glam.

Fourth Day of Navratri - Royal Blue

        Among the 9 colors of Navratri, one of the favorite colors is royal blue. This color is the fourth day color of Navratri. The Navratri color significance of this color is that it symbolizes prosperity and peace. It is used to celebrate Goddess Kushmanda. Worshiping this goddess wearing blue clothes during Navratri is believed to improve health, wealth and strength.

Fifth day of Navratri - Yellow

        In Hinduism, yellow is the color of Navratri as the color of learning and knowledge, and it is one of the Sharad Navratri colors that is passionately embraced during this festival. This is the color of Mother Skanda. She is the goddess of motherhood. Use turmeric (turmeric) liberally on this day. Use turmeric in cooking, apply it on the skin and even in your prayers.

Sixth day of Navratri - Green

        Green is the beautiful color of Navratri to wear and celebrate in Navratri. It symbolizes new beginnings, growth and fertility. Green is the color of Goddess Katyayani Mata, celebrated on the 3rd day of Navratri. On the sixth day of Navratri you can see everyone dressed in green Navratri colors to seek the blessings of the Goddess.

Seventh day of Navratri - Grey

          By now you are reading about the bright and vibrant colors of Navratri. But it’s time to move on to something unusual – gray color. It is a calm and elegant color. Kalratri is celebrated on this day. She is the seventh form of Goddess Parvati and is considered the destroyer of all evil in the world. Some people believe that Kali and Kalratri are the same. There is no confirmation about this yet. You can wear gray and pray to the goddess to remove all negative things from your life.

Eighth day of Navratri - Purple

        It is the eighth color of Navratri and marks the last day of the festival. Mahagauri is worshipped, the incarnation of Durga, and people worship her to get rid of all the miseries of life. Purple is a beautiful color to decorate on the eighth day of Navratri.

Ninth day of Navratri - peacock green

          Peacock green is the color of Navratri which is used to celebrate Goddess Siddhidatri. It marks the last day of Sharad Navratri and represents mercy, harmony and affection. This Navratri color is used to celebrate Goddess Siddhidatri. Siddhi means supernatural power and Dhatri means giver. She gives superhuman powers to humans. She blesses people with spiritual powers. So, flaunt your best peacock green navratri color dresses and decorate your home navratri temple in all peacock green colors.

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