Nine colors of Navratri 2019 September 26, 2019 21:08
The Goddess Durga is worshiped on all nine days of the festival so that she may usher in prosperity and good luck. Figuring out the colors of Navratri 2019, anokherang brings you the day wise information and designs to go with it too !
Day 1 - Ghastasthapana - Orange
The first day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri, the first form of the Goddess Durga. The Goddess is dressed in orange attire on this day. According to tradition, people wear clothes of orange color on this day.
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Day 2 - Dwitiya - White
On the second day of Navratri, people worship Goddess Brahmacharini. On this day, people worship the Goddess so that she bestows upon them emancipation, as well as prosperity. On this day people wear attires of white color. This form of the Goddess is considered to be extremely pious.
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Day 3 - Tritiya - Red
On this day Goddess Durga is worshiped as Chandraghanta. Chandraghanta symbolizes bravery and fortitude. On this day the Goddess is dressed in a red saree.
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Day 4 - Chaturthi - Royal Blue
Devotees on the fourth day of the festivity worship Goddess Kushmanda. It is believed that as the Goddess laughed, the universe generated.
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Day 5 - Panchami - Yellow
On this day, the Goddess is worshiped as Skandamata, the mother of Kartikeya. People worship the goddess so that she may usher in peace and prosperity into their homes. Yellow color symbolizes happiness and helps in getting a positive attitude.
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Day 6 - Sashti - Green
On this Day, people worship Goddess Durga in the form of Katyayani. According to a legend sage Katya wanted to welcome the Goddess as his daughter. To please the Goddess, Katya performed many formalities. The Goddess was finally pleased with Katya and took birth in his home as his daughter and was known as Katyayani.
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Day 7 - Saptami - Grey
Seventh day of Navratri is dedicated to the Goddess Kaalratri. Kalratri, who is also known as Subhankari, means a dark and black knight. The Goddess not only protects her worshipers from all kinds of troubles and negativity of life, but also provides them with utmost happiness.
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Day 8 - Ashtami - Purple
On the eighth day, people worship Goddess Mahagauri. Worshipping this avatar of goddess Durga is said to mitigate all the sins of one's life. Saraswati Mata Puja is also organized on this day.
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Day 9 - Ram Navami - Peacock Green
Ninth day, or Navmi, is the last day of Navratri and is dedicated to the Goddess Siddhidatri. Devotees on this day, break their nine-day fast and worship all the nine forms of Goddess Durga as she bestows prosperity on all her devotees.
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