Green color symbolizes nature and evokes a sense of growth, fertility, peace and serenity. Wear Green on Friday and let the Goddess bestows you with tranquillity. Green also represents new beginnings in life.
Grey color represents balanced emotions and keeps the person down-to-earth. This color is also appropriate for those who want to participate in Navratri celebrations and make a subtle style statement with this undertone color shade.
Worshipping Goddess Navdurga wearing Orange color on Sunday bestows the person with qualities such as warmth and exuberance. This color is full of positive energy and keeps the person upbeat.
White color is synonymous with purity and innocence. Wear white color on Monday to become worthy of Goddess' blessings and experience a feeling of inner peace and security.
On Tuesday, wear Red color for your Navratri celebrations. Red symbolizes passion and love and is also the most preferred color of Chunri that is offered to Goddess. This color fills the person with vigour and vitality.
Wear Royal Blue color on Wednesday and participate in Navratri celebrations with unmatched panache and elegance. Royal Blue is a vivid shade of color Blue and represents richness and tranquillity.
Wear Yellow color on Thursday and enjoy your Navratri day with a sense of unparalleled optimism and joy. This is a warm color that keeps the person cheerful all day.
Purple color is associated with luxury, grandeur and nobility. Worshipping Navdurga wearing Purple bestows devotees with opulence and richness. So, do not shy away and don a beautiful purple outfit to receive the blessings of Goddess.
Peacock Green implies uniqueness and individuality. Stand out in the crowd wearing this exquisite shade of Blue and Green on this day of Navratri. This color exudes the qualities associated with both of these colors such as compassion and freshness.
A specific color has been assigned to each day of Navratri. Incorporating that particular color in your life during Navratri is considered auspicious. During Navratri, wearing the similar color dress as that of Navratri color of the day is in vogue among women, especially in Gujarat and Maharashtra. Hence, women adorn themselves with a specific color dress and accessories during each day of Navratri. Whether it is going to work or going for Dandiya and Garba, women are excited about wearing specific color dress during each day of Navratri.
This custom of wearing Navratri color dress is so popular in these states that famous daily newspapers like Times of India, Hindustan Times, Mid-Day, Mumbai Mirror and DNA publish a separate article on 9 colors of Navratri just before Navratri season.
The first color of the Navratri is decided based on the weekday when Navratri begins and remaining 8 days follow a fixed cycle of colors.