Navratri is a festival celebrating different forms of Goddess Durga. While celebrating these nine forms, we also wear clothes that symbolise Maa Durga on these nine days. Every colour represents a different form of the Goddess's avatar.
Here are the colours and the meaning behind the colours of Navaratri:
Day 1: White
Navratri starts with colour white which symbolises peace. Maa Durga is dressed in white attire on this day.
Day 2 : Red
The second day is the colour red which signifies fearlessness. This day we worship Maa Durg, who rewards everyone with her bravery and courage.
Day 3 : Royal blue
People wear Royal Blue to enjoy the festivities and grace on this day. The bright shade of blue symbolises richness and serenity.
Day 4: Yellow
Colour yellow signifies joy and enthusiasm. This bright colour keeps a person enthusiastic all day long.
Day 5: Green
Green colour represents nature and evokes feelings of growth, fertility, peace, and serenity. It also represents new beginnings in life.
Day 6: Grey
Colour grey represents balanced emotions and keeps the person down-to-earth.
Day 7: Orange
Orange colour represents warmth with positive energy.
Day 8: Peacock green
This colour signifies uniqueness and individuality.
Day 9: Pink
Pink symbolises kindness, affection, and harmony. It is a shade of unconditional love and nurturing.