Navratri Colors: Here is the list of nine Navratri colors and their meaning
Belief in prayers will increase during the Chaitra Navratri 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. People will pray for the safety of their loved ones and close ones and will quickly observe diligently. For those who love to follow the auspicious colors on the nine days of navratras, here are some guidelines for you.
DAY 1 - ORANGE
The first day of the festival begins with the bright and vibrant orange. This color means energy and happiness. The first day is the day to worship the Goddess Himdu Mata Shailputri.
DAY 2 - WHITE
White is the color for day 2. Hindus worship the goddess Brahmacharini on this day. As the name of the goddess suggests, white is a symbol of purity, peace and meditation.
DAY 3 - RED
People wear red color on the third day of Navratri. It means beauty and bravery. Hindus worship the Goddess Chandraghanta on this day.
DAY 4 - ROYAL BLUE
The color of the fourth day of Navratri is royal blue. This color is considered good for health and wealth. Hindus worship Goddess Kushmanda on this day.
DAY 5 - YELLOW
People wear the color yellow on the fifth day of the festival. Color represents happiness and shine. Hindus worship the goddess Skandamata on the 5th.
DAY 6 - GREEN
This sixth day color signifies new beginnings and growth. Hindus worship the goddess Katyayani on the 6th.
DAY 7 - GRAY
The color of the seventh day is gray, a color that represents the force of transformation. Hindus worship the Goddess Kalaratri on the 6th and this day is called Saptami.
DAY 8 - PURPLE
Called Ashtami, many people perform kanjaks on this day. The color of the day, purple, signifies the power of the intellect and peace. People worship the Goddess Mahagauri on this day.
DAY 9 - GREEN PEACOCK
This day is called Navami and it is the last day of the Navratri festival. The rituals are performed on this day and the Goddess Siddhidhatri is worshiped. The peacock green color is believed to fulfill the wishes of the devotees.