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Nine Colours Of Navratri And Their Significance

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Nine Colours Of Navratri And Their Significance

 

During nine days of Navratri we worship nine different forms of Goddess Durga. Each avatar of Goddess Durga has their own significance. There are also 9 colors of each Goddess. These colors are very special as the Navdurga avatars are dressed in a particular colour. All these Devis are worshipped seperately with the different ‘vidhis’ because all of them has their particular importance. Let’s know some more about the nine colors of Navratri and their significance.

To please Goddess Durga, one should wear these right colours on the Nine days of Navratri.

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First Day: Yellow Colour

Navratri’s first day is also known as ‘Pratipada’. The first Devi of Navdurga is Devi Shailaputri. On this day, you must wear Yellow clothes.

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Second Day: Green Colour

The second day of Navratri is also known as Dwitiya. You must wear Green colour on the second day of Navratri. Devi Bramhacharini is worshipped on this day.

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Third Day: Grey Colour

On the tritiya day of Navratri we worship Devi Chandraghanta. She is the Goddess of Peace and Serenity. The devotees should wear Grey on the third day of Navratri.

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Fourth Day: Orange Colour

On the fourth day of Navratri, Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped. She is the creator of the Universe. This day is also known as Chaturthi. You must wear orange colour clothes in her honour.

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Fifth Day: White Colour

Sakandamata is the avatar that is worshipped on the fifth day which is also known as Panchami. To please this Goddess you must wear white.

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Sixth Day: Red Colour

On the Sixth day of Navratri Devi Katyayani is worshipped. You can wear red colour clothes in her honour. This day is also known as Shashti and on this day all the mothers pray for their children for their well-being.

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Seventh Day: Blue Colour

Saptami or seventh day of Navratri is a day of Mata Kaalratri. She protects her devotees from evil. You must wear Blue coloured clothes on that day.

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Eighth Day: Pink Colour

Eighth day is a famously known as Durga Ashtami.On this day, Maha Gauri Puja is done. Mata Saraswati is worshipped on the eighth day of Navratri. One should wear Pink on this special day.

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Ninth Day: Purple Colour

This day is also known as Navmi. It is a last day of Navratri. To attain “Siddhi” one must wear Purple Coloured clothes. Mata Siddhidatri is worshipped by the devotees.

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