The Navratri 2021 has now begun. People all over India are excited to celebrate and pray to the goddess. Navratri symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. The Nine days festival depicts nine different avatars of Goddess Durga and their special blessings. Have you ever wondered about the significance of these Navratri colors? Let us discuss more the depiction of colors of all the days of Navratri.
Day 1: Yellow
Yellow color signifies wealth and good fortune. People believe that worshipping the Goddess with great reverence and devotion would appease the goddess and bring them monetary stability and good finances.
Day 2: Green
Green is often considered a symbol of life or procreation, and it's also associated with the natural world. It's said that Maa Durga, pleased by Sage Katya's devotion, took birth as his daughter.
Day 3: Grey
This day is worshipped as the fiercest form of the Goddess, that of a saviour, a protecting knight. Symbolised by the color grey, devotees on this day worship the goddess asking Her to protect them always from all difficulties, dangers and ward off any negative energy cementing in their lives.
Day 4: Orange
Orange color signifies tranquillity, brightness, and knowledge. People bring the deity of the Goddess to their respective homes. Community pandals organise a lifesize idol of the deity and keep Her in a common centre for general public to visit and seek blessings of.
Day 5: White
It is symbolic with the inner peace devotees should aim for.
Day 6: Red
Red color symbolizes fearlessness as well as beauty. This day signifies people to adopt a dauntless attitude towards all the hurdles in lives and stay courageous and undefeated in the face of failures.
Day 7: Royal Blue
Blue color is symbolic of universe because it represents all the waters in existence. On this holiday, devotees show their appreciation for nature by tying prominently colored threads to tree leaves or other greenery!
Day 8: Pink
Pink color symbolizes purity and compassion.
Day 9: Purple
Purple color represents ambition and power.
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