List of Navratri Colors for 9 Days Durga Maa Dress

Navratri Colors 2017 – 9 Days Special Dress (21-29 September)

We live in a country where festivals are a paramount part of our lives, especially the Durga Puja. It is special and very close to our heart. It is celebrated throughout the country with grandeur. The Puja is celebrated twice in a year as Chaitra and Sharad Navratri, when the nine avatars of Goddess Durga, the Adi Shakti (Genesis of Energy) are worshipped. The nine avatars of the goddess are represented by 9 colours. This gets changed every year. Here, you can check out the Navratri colours of 2017 so that you can follow them and get ready with your dresses to wear them accordingly.

What is Navratri Colors?

Navratri Colors symbolizes the nine different avatars of goddess Durga who are worshipped on each day of the festival – Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skanda Mata, Katyayani, Kalaratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidatri.

How are Navratri Colours decided?

Navratri Colors are decided based on the first day of the festival and thereafter a fixed cycle follows for the remaining 8 days.

Which Navratri Color is today?

During the festival, if you want to find which Navratri Color is today, do visit this page to get the complete info. This year, Sharad Navratri will begin on September 21 and end on September 30.

Nine Navratri Colors by Day List with Date 2017

Day 1: Pratipada – September 21, 2017 (Thursday) – Yellow
Day 2: Dwitiya – September 22, 2017 (Friday) – Green
Day 3: Tritiya – September 23, 2017 (Saturday) – Grey
Day 4: Chaturthi – September 24, 2017 (Sunday) – Orange
Day 5: Panchami – September 25, 2017 (Monday) – White
Day 6: Sashti – September 26, 2017 (Tuesday) – Red
Day 7: Saptami – September 27, 2017 (Wednesday) – Blue (Royal Blue)
Day 8: Ashtami – September 28, 2017 (Thursday) – Pink
Day 9: Navami – September 29, 2017 (Friday) – Purple

First Day – Pratipada (21st September, 2017) – Yellow

Yellow Color Navratri Suit

On the first of Durga Puja, it starts with the holy worship of the Goddess. This day is known as Pratipada and it is believed to bring prosperity and good health to the home. It will be celebrated on 21st September 2017 and Yellow is the colour of the day. You can shop ethnic clothes of this shade and wear it on the day.

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Second Day – Dwitiya (22nd September, 2017) – Green

Green Color Navratri Saree

The second day or Dwitiya is dedicated to Durga Maa, the Goddess of eternal power and energy. She is worshipped as Brahmacharini. This form of the Goddess is believed to grant prosperity and emancipation. It will be celebrated on 22nd September 2017 and Green is the colour of the day. You can buy traditional clothes of this shade and wear it on the day.

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Third Day – Tritiya (23rd September, 2017) – Grey

Grey Color Navratri Saree

The third day is Tritiya, the Chandraghanta avatar of Durga Maa is worshipped. This form of the Devi signifies bravery and fortitude. This will be celebrated on 23rd September 2017 and Grey is the colour of the day. Shop today and get dressed in white traditional clothes on an auspicious day.

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Fourth Day – Chaturthi (24th September, 2017) – Orange

Orange Color Navratri Saree

The fourth day is known as Chaturthi. The Goddess is worshipped in the form of Kushmanda, the fourth form of Durga. It is on 24th of September. The colour for the day is Orange, buy traditional clothes to wear it on the day.

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Fifth Day – Panchami (25th September, 2017) – White

White Color Navratri Saree

5th Day is known as Panchami. The Goddess Durga is worshipped as Skandamata, the mother of Kartikeya for bringing peace and prosperity to the home. White is the colour of this Navratri day, you can wear traditional clothes in this shade.

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Sixth Day – Sashti (26th September, 2017) – Red

Red Color Navratri Lehanga

On the sixth day or Sasthi, Durga Goddess is worshipped as Katyayani, the daughter of Kata. This day is celebrated with devotion to welcome the Goddess on earth. Red is the colour of the day. Get dressed in this hue to enhance the essence of the occasion.

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Seventh Day: Saptami (27th September, 2017) – Blue (Royal Blue)

Blue Color Navratri Saree

The seventh day is known as Saptami. This day is celebrated to honour the Kalratri avatar. She symbolizes protection from any kinds of trouble or anxiety. Royal Blue is the shade to wear on the day.

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Eighth Day – Ashtami (28th September, 2017) – Pink


On Ashtami or the eighth day of Navratri, the Goddess Durga is worshipped in the form of Gauri, the symbol of tranquillity, serenity and beauty, who has the power to wash away all the sins. Pink is the colour of this day.

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Ninth Day 9 – Navami (29th September, 2017) – Purple

Purple Color Navratri Saree

On Navami, the ninth day, Goddess Durga is worshipped as Siddhidatri. Purple is the colour for this day. Celebrate the occasion, wearing clothes of this shade.

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May Colours of Navaratri bring happiness and prosperity to all.

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