Navratri Colours list for 2023

Navratri Colors 2023

Day 1 – 15 October – Orange

Navratri starts with lots of excitement and joy. People install a clay pot and make offerings to Goddess Durga. The color for this day is orange, symbolizing high energy and happiness. Orange can instantly brighten up anyone's mood!

Day 2  – 16 October – White

On the second day of Navratri, we continue the celebrations with great excitement. The color for this day is white, which represents peace, loyalty, and wisdom. We worship Shailaputri Maa, the first form of Goddess Durga, and her idol is adorned in a white saree. She is known as the daughter of the mountains.

Day 3 – 17 October – Red

The third day of Navaratri continues with full vigour and enthusiasm. Wear the colour red on this day to express your passion and love. Red is also the most preferred colour for Mata’s chunni. Become fearless like Ma Chnadraghanta by wearing a beautiful red this day.

Day 4 – 18 October – Royal Blue

On the fourth day of Navratri, we worship Chandraghanta, the Goddess with a half-moon on her forehead. She represents elegance and richness. Holding her son, little Karthik, in her arms, the royal blue color symbolizes her strength, grace, and the caring nature of a mother. She can turn into a powerful protector when needed, just like a storm cloud shielding her children!

Day 5 – 19 October – Yellow

On the fifth day of Navratri, we worship Kushmanda, a form of Durga. According to mythology, she is said to have created the world with her laughter! The color for this day is yellow, representing the brightness and positivity in our hearts.

Day 6 – 20 October – Green

This is the day when Durga Puja begins with great excitement in West Bengal and other parts of India. Shashti marks the start of four days of celebration for Bengalis worldwide. Today, we worship the Katyayani form of Ma Durga. According to the story, a sage named Kata desired to have the Goddess as his daughter. On this day, wear green, a color symbolizing fertility, peace, and the start of new life, which the Goddess always blesses her worshippers with. Traditional green outfits make a stylish and festive statement for both kids and adults!

Day 7 – 21 October – Grey

On the seventh day of Sharad Navratri, you can add a touch of color by wearing grey clothes. Grey represents balanced emotions and a practical way of life. You can make a subtle style statement by choosing fashionable clothing or adding grey accessories like oxidized jewelry.

Day 8 – 22 October – Purple

On Ashtami, we worship Maha Gauri, who represents forgiveness and mercy. She removes all sins throughout time. That's why purple is the color of the day, symbolizing universal harmony and love.

Day 9 – 23 October – Peacock Green

On the final day of Navratri, we worship the Siddidatri form of the Goddess. Maha Navami Puja and Kanya Puja are performed on this day. Peacock green, representing the fulfillment of wishes and compassion, is a beautiful color to celebrate the last day of the festival.

Colors bring joy to the hearts of devotees. During Navratri, people eagerly welcome Maa Durga into their homes and celebrate this special occasion together. To boost the spirit and excitement, wear traditional and modern clothes matching the colors assigned to each day of Navratri. Dressing in the same color unites people and fills their hearts with happiness and reverence. Let's all celebrate these nine sacred days with purity and devotion, sharing positivity and blessings with one another.

Happy Navratri 2023!