Navratri 2021- The Significance Of Navratri  Colours 

The significance of navratri colours in the festival of Navratri is deeply rooted in Hindu mythology. Then this event is celebrated with great fanfare and shows all across the country. As the nine-day festivities begin, this time the Navratri 2021 will commence from 6th OCT to 14th OCT 2021. With all the preparation going for this festival, here are the Chaitra Navratri colours of 2021 of the day and their significance with every goddess.


On this day, the orange colour brings energy and happiness. This day of the Navratri 2021 is devoted to the goddess Shailputri. This is the first day of the navratri pujan, people pray to goddess laxmi’s 9 avatars. 


On this day, the colour white is worshipped and the goddess is worshipped. On the other hand, Mata Brahmacharini wears a white dress and a rosary in her hands. The second avtar of the goddess is prayed.


On this day individuals dress themselves and make sure to wear Red, the shading that connotes excellence and bravery. The day venerates Goddess Chandraganta, who prizes individuals with her fortitude, elegance and boldness.

NAVRATRI DAY 4- Royal Blue

Royal/Imperial blue is the fourth day tone. The tone means extraordinary prosperity and thriving. On this day, Goddess Kushmanda is cherished. Goddess Kushmanda is adored on this day.


The shade of Day 5 is yellow. The shading represents satisfaction and splendor. Goddess Skandmata also known to be  the mother of Lord Kartikey is worshipped on this day. 


Green tone connotes fresh starts and development. Goddess Katyayani is worshipped by Hindus on this day and she is also known as  the slayer of the devil Mahisasura. 


The shade of this day is dim, which represents the strength of changing. Hindus love Goddess Kalaratri on this day. The goddess is known to be a destroyer of negative energies, fiendish spirits and phantoms. The goddess is otherwise called Shubankari because of the conviction that she generally gives propitious outcomes to her fans. 


Purple is considered to be the significant colour for Kanjak day or the ashtami puja day that is day 8 . The day is praised by taking care of little young ladies who are viewed as the symbol of the goddess. The tone implies the force of keenness and harmony. We pray to Goddess Mahagauri on this day, who grants the wishes to her devotees with the ability to satisfy every one of the cravings of her aficionados. It’s said the person who adores this goddess gets alleviation from every one of the sufferings throughout everyday life. 

NAVRATRI DAY 9-Peacock Green

Amazing joys need to come to a conclusion and day 9 is the last day of Navratri celebration. Goddess Siddhidatri was asked on this day. The green peacock is the shade of this day. It is said in legendary stories that one side of Lord Shiva’s body is that of Goddess Siddhattri, otherwise called Ardhanarishwar. According to the consecrated formulations, Lord Shiva fulfilled all the lordship by petitioning this goddess.

Navratri Nine Colours 2021 Days With The Goddess Worshipped On

  1. Navratri Day 1 – Oct 7, 2021 (Thursday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Orange

Navratri First Day Goddess – Maa Shailputri

  1. Navratri Day 2 – Oct 8, 2021 (Friday)

Navratri Color of the Day – White

Navratri Second Day Goddess – Maa Brahmacharini

  1. Navratri Day 3 – Oct 9, 2021 (Saturday)

Navratri Color of the Day -Red

Navratri Third Day Goddess – Maa Chandraghanta

  1. Navratri Day 4 – October 10, 2021 (Sunday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Royal 

Navratri Fourth Day Goddess – Maa Kushmanda

  1.  Navratri Day 5 – Oct 11, 2021 (Monday)

Navratri Color of the Day -Yellow

Navratri Fifth Day Goddess – Maa Skandmata

  1. Navratri Day 6 – October 12, 2021 (Tuesday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Green

Navratri Sixth Day Goddess – Maa Katyayani

  1.  Navratri Day 7 – October 13, 2021 (Wednesday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Gray

Navratri Seventh Day Goddess – Maa Kalaratri

  1. Day 8- October 14, 2021 (Thursday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Purple

Navratri Eighth Day Goddess – Maa Mahagauri

  1.  Day 9 – October 15, 2021 (Friday)

Navratri Color of the Day – Peacock Green

Navratri Ninth Day Goddess – Maa Siddhidatri

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