2022 Navratri 09 Days Kanaka Durga Devi Dasara Colors List

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The festival of Navratri is immensely important in Hindu mythology. The festival is celebrated with great ceremonies and shows across the country. This festival will take place from 26 September to 5 October.

As the nine-day celebrations begin, here is a list of the colors connected with each day and their importance. You feel devoted and at rest when you dress in colors that correspond to the days.

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2022 Navratri 09 Days Kanaka Durga Devi Dasara Colors List

Navratri Day 1: Orange

On the first day of Navratri, the color orange is the first to appear. The color is associated with vigour and joy. On this day, the Hindu goddess Mata Shailputri, also known as Parvati, Bhavani, and Hemavati, and the daughter of the mountains, is honored.

Navratri Day 2: White

The color for Navratri Day 2 is white. On this day, the Goddess Brahmacharini is honored. White is a color associated with attention, tranquillity, and cleanliness. Mata Brahmacharini is also clad in white and has a kamandala in her left hand and a rosary in her right. She represents fidelity and knowledge. This goddess embodies the finest kind of love.

Navratri Day 3: Red

On this day, people wear red, the color that represents beauty and strength. On this day, the goddess Chandraganta, who bestows bravery, grace, and courage upon people, is worshipped.

Navratri Day 4: royal blue

The color for Navratri Day 4 is royal blue. The color represents wealth and good health. On this day, the Goddess Kushmanda is honored. Ashtabhuja Devi is another name for Goddess Kushmanda because of her eight hands.

Navratri Day 5: Yellow

The fifth day is yellow. The color represents happiness and brightness. Goddess Skandmata, the mother of Lord Kartikey or Skanda, is worshipped on this day.

Navratri Day 6: Green

Green is associated with the development and new beginnings. On this day, Hindus honor the goddess Katyayani, who is credited with slaying the oppressive monster Mahisasura.

Navratri Day 7: Gray

The color of the day, grey, represents the power of transformation. Hindus celebrate the goddess Kalaratri on this day. The goddess is claimed to have eliminated all demons, bad forces, spirits, and negative energy. The goddess is also known as Shubankari since it is thought that she always bestows good fortune to her devotees.

Navratri Day 8: Purple

Kanjak is the eighth day of Navratri. On this day, young girls who are supposed to be the goddess’ avatar are fed. The colour depicts the power of logic and harmony. On this day, people worship the goddess Mahagauri, who has the power to grant the requests of all her worshippers. According to tradition, everyone who worships this goddess is free of all human pain.

Peacock green for the 09th Day in Navaratri:

Navratri comes to a close on day nine. Navami is the name given to it. People worship the goddess Siddhidatri on this day. Peacock green is the prominent color of the day. It is said that one side of Lord Shiva’s body is that of Goddess Siddhidatri. As a result, he is known as Ardhanarishwar. Lord Shiva, according to the Vedas, worshipped this Goddess in order to obtain all the siddhis.


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