Colors to wear on navaratri

Dress Up This Navaratri In Bollywood Style

Navaratri, the festival in which nine forms of Maa Durga are worshiped has already started.

Everyday a new avatar of the holy Goddess is worshiped and all of them have their own significance.

But do you know that like the 9 forms of the Goddess, there are particular colors which are auspicious for these nine days.

You can include these colors in your daily wear clothing to seek special blessings from the Goddess.

Pratipada Shailputri Color Yellow– Representing nature and purity, Maa Shailputri is believed to be an incarnation of Goddess Parvati and color yellow represents this day. Planet sun is dedicated to this Goddess and therefore wear yellow on this day as it also represents energy.

Yellow clothing for 1st day of navratri
Yellow clothing for 1st day of navratri

Dwithiya Bramcharini Green– Color green is for this day as Maa bramcharini (Unmarried Goddess Parvati) represents harmony and peace.

clothing for 2nd day of navratri
clothing for 2nd day of navratri

Tritiya Chandraghanta Grey– Chandraghanta is a married avatar of the Goddess. This day gives us strength to fight the evil and gives us peace and prosperity in life.It is also associated with the planet Saturn. Wear grey on the third day to seek blessings from the goddess.

Clothing for navaratra third day
Clothing for navaratra third day

Chaturthi Kushmanda Orange-The Goddess is said to give the universe light and energy and what can be a better color than orange to justify the same.

Navratri dressing on fourth day
Navratri dressing on fourth day

Panchami Skanda Mata White– Color White is auspicious and is also a sign of purity, wear white on the fifth day of navaratri.

Wear this on the fifth day of navaratri
Wear this on the fifth day of navaratri

Sashti Katyayani Red– Devi Katyayani is also believed to destroy demon Mahishasura and is the warrior avatar of the Goddess.

What to wear on the sixth day of navaratri
What to wear on the sixth day of navaratri

Saptami Kalratri Blue– The goddess is worshiped in the form of Kalratri which means the dark night and therefore royal blue is worn on this day as it signifies the dark night.

Wear blue on seventh day of navaratri
Wear blue on seventh day of navaratri

Ashtami Maha Gauri Pink– Goddess in this form depicts beauty and clears off our sins. Try different shades of pink for this day.

Wear pink on eighth day of navaratri
Wear pink on eighth day of navaratri

Navami Siddhidatri Purple– Goddess in this form is believed to bestow upon everything the devotees wish for and the color for this day is purple.

Wear purple on ninth day of navaratri
Wear purple on ninth day of navaratri

 

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