Navratri is the festival which honour the divine feminine.Navratri or Durga Puja(known in some places) began on Sunday (Sept 29) and ends on Monday, 7th October, 2019. The festival is celebrated for nine nights and is adherence to nine avatars of Goddess Durga. Each day has its own colour which signifies different meaning. It is believed that following the colour pattern will brings prosperity, blessings and good luck.
Navratri is celebrated distinctively all over India. For some it is a time of religious reflection and fasting; for others it is a time for dancing and feasting. Some observe a strict vegetarian diet and refrain from alcohol and certain spices.
Following is the list of which colour to wear when and its significance:
DAY 1 – ORANGE
The first day of festival begins with the bright and vibrant Orange. This colour imply energy and happiness.
DAY 2 – WHITE
For day 2 get all decked up in white, which symbolizes peace and purity.
DAY 3 – RED
Red is the colour which signifies beauty and fearlessness .it is worn on 3rd day.
DAY 4 – ROYAL BLUE
Royal blue is the colour of the fourth day. This colour is believed for bringing good health and wealth.
DAY 5 – YELLOW
The colour of the sun shines on the 5th day, it stands for happiness and brightness.
DAY 6 – GREEN
For all the green lovers, 6th day is the day you would love to show your affection towards this colour. Green colour of the sixth day signifies new beginnings and growth.
DAY 7 – GREY
A colour which stands for the strength of transforming is the colour of the seventh day which is grey.
DAY 8 – PURPLE
Eight day is illuminated by purple which signifies the power of intellect and peace.
DAY 9 – PEACOCK GREEN
The last day is called Navami and people embellish themselves by wearing the colour peacock green which is credence to fulfil the desires of devotees.
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