Navratri the most auspicious days Devi Paksha is started from 17th October 2020. This Nine days festival of Navratri is specifically known for the worship of goddess mother Maa Durga. This time it will be celebrated between 17th to 25th October. As per Sanatan Dharma, it is tradition to wear 9 different colours on each day of this festival. This Nine days festival gives you the opportunity to wear several dresses as per the Navratri Color List. Let’ explore the Navratri Colours.
There you can find out, How you can follow the list of Navratri Nine colour tradition of Navratri 2020. Each and every colour has its own significance and its own meaning. Below I described them all.
List of Navratri Nine Colours 2020 (With Significance)
The Nine color of Navratri 2020 is important and devotees of Maa Durga follow the theme of nine different colours as per Nine days week. Especially women of Hindu religion follow this tradition for about these most special Nine Days.
Day 1 – 17th October 2020 – Grey
This is the first day of the Navratri Festival. Devotees install the Kalash in their home for nine days. People worship the Shailputra a form of Maa Durga. This Grey color of Navratri refers to the destruction of evil.
Day 2 – 18th October 2020 – Orange
It is the second day and people worship the unmarried form of Maa Durga, as Brahmcharini. Orange color refers the Tranquillity, brightness and knowledge.
Day 3 – 19th October 2020 – White
On the third-day people worship Maa Chandraghanta is worshipped. White color symbolizes the peace, serenity, calm and purity.
Day 4 – 20th October 2020 – Red
The fourth day, devotees worship Kushmanda form of Goddess Mother. Red color reflects the passion, auspiciousness as well as anger(which is required to uproot evil)
Day 5 – 21st October 2020 – Royal Blue
On this fifth of Navratri, people worship goddess Skanda, Mother of lord Kartikey. This Royal Blue color refers the divine energy which represents another form of Maa Durga.
Day 6 – 22nd October 2020 – Yellow
Devi Katyani has been worship on this sixth day. Yellow color symbolises Joy and Cheerfulness.
Day 7 – 23rd October 2020 – Green
Seventh-day is celebrated as the worship of Devi Kalratri. Green color of Navratri colors represents the various aspects of Mother Nature and its Nourishing quality.
Day 8 – 24th October 2020 – Peacock Green
On the Seventh day of Navratri, devotees worship Maha Gauri. This Peacock Green color refers to the desire and wishes that get fulfilled.
Day 9 – 25th October 2020 – Purple
This is the ninth day of this auspicious festival and we worship Siddhidhatri form of Maa Durga. The Purple color of Navratri symbolizes ambition, goal and energy.
|17/10/2020||Pratipada||Grey||You can wear anything as per your gender. in grey color|
|18/10/2020||Dwitya||Orange||Orange is the most available colour and you can find lots of dresses of this colour.|
|19/10/2020||Tritiya||White||Most common white colour bring huge choice of clothes.|
|20/10/2020||Chaturthi||Red||As per your choice|
|21/10/2020||Panchimi||Royal Blue||If you are a male then go for the Royal blue shirt and if you are a female go for the dress as per your choice.|
|22/10/2020||Sashti||Yellow||As per your choice|
|23/10/2020||Saptami||Green||As per the green colour dress code wear anything what you want.|
|24/10/2020||Ashtami||Peacock green||As per your choice|
|25/10/2020||Navami||Purple||As per your choice|
This is the schedule of these Nine-day Navratri festivals 2020. devotees like to wear clothes as per the dressing code. Enjoy the Nine colors festive occasion of Navratri 2020. Spread the happiness in your surrounding and make remarkable moments with your loved once. Create a match with Similar Navratri colour list and dresses as per the Navratri theme.