Navratri Colours 2018: Navratri 9 Colors To Wear, Dress On Each Day of Festival: In India, there are many festivals which are dedicated to particular god / goddess. It is one of them, and it begins on October 10, 2018. This fest is dedicated to the Hindu deity Durga. The name of the festival tells everything. Navratri means “Nine Nights.”
During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Devi are being worshipped. The tenth day is celebrated as Dussehra, which is also commonly known as Vijayadashami. This festival is celebrated with total enthusiasm in every Hindu country like India and Nepal. And after 20 days from Dussehra, Deepawali will be celebrated on 7th November 2018.
This Navaratri is also known as Sharad Navratri. This dress colour code is followed by women mainly from the regions of Gujarat and Maharashtra. You will be surprised to know that the deity is being worshipped by Muslims of Bangladesh also.
Now, the season of the festival has been started. From Navratri to Diwali, there are lots of festive events which fill our lives with full of happiness. Coming to the way of celebrating Navratri festival. This fest on different days has different dress colour codes. These Nine Navratri Colours 2018 are being listed below.
These Navaratri colors 2018 have their significance in this festivity. People like to wear, dress clothing like saree / sari of the following list of colors for Navratri 2018 during nine days of celebrations. Check: Navratri wishes.
- Ghatsthapana – Navratri Day 1 – March 18, 2018 – Orange
- Sindhara Dooj, Chandraghanta Puja, Dwitiya – March 19, 2018 – White
- Kushmanda Puja – March 20, 2018 – Red
- Naag Pooja, Lakshmi Panchami, Skandamata Puja – March 21, 2018 – Royal Blue
- Katyayani Puja, Skanda Shashthi – March 22, 2018 – Pink
- Kalaratri Puja, Maha Saptami – March 23, 2018 – Purple
- Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja – March 24, 2018 – Yellow
- Ram Navratri – March 25, 2018 – Green
- Navaratri Prana – March 26, 2018 – Grey
|1||10th October 2018||Pratipada||Royal Blue|
|2||11th October 2018||Dwitiya||Yellow|
|3||12th October 2018||Tritiya||Green|
|4||13th October 2018||Chaturthi||Grey|
|5||14th October 2018||Panchami||Orange|
|6||15th October 2018||Sashti||White|
|7||16th October 2018||Saptami||Red|
|8||17th October 2018||Ashtami||Sky Blue|
|9||18th October 2018||Navami||Pink|
- Ghatasthapana / Pratipada (October 10) – Yellow
Shailaputri Maa is worshipped as the Navtratri festival kick-offs as it is the first form of Goddess Durga. The idol / statue is donned with red color saree. Ghatsthapana is also done. See: Navratri Images.
- Dwitiya (October 11) – Green
Bharamacharini comes 2nd in the various forms of Goddess Durga. As per the mythological story, Goddess enlightened with power, divine, and spiritual grace.
- Tritiya (October 12) – Grey
Chandraghanta comes third in the process. This Goddess is the symbol of peace, serenity, beauty, and bravery. Goddess is donned in White.
- Chaturthi (October 13) – Orange
Then comes, Kushmanda form of Durga, who is believed to be the creator of the entire world. Goddess’s idol is dressed in Red colored saree and Bhouma Chaturthi is celebrated.
- Panchami (October 14) – White
Then arrives Skandamata, the next avatar, who is known to demolish the demons. Goddess’s attire is Blue while devotees.
- Shashti (October 15) – Red
Navratri Colours 2018
The next avatar is Katyayani of Maa Durga. Maha Shashti is observed.
- Saptami – (October 16) – Royal Blue
The seventh avatar is Kaalratri, who is believed to be protecting people from all worries, troubles and provides freedom and happiness to all. Utsava Puja is done.
- Ashtami (October 17) – Pink
Then comes Maha Gauri on the list. She symbolizes forgiveness. Saraswati Puja is performed
- Navami (October 18) – Purple
Navratri Colours 2018
The last form is Siddidatri, who is believed to possess great supernatural powers. Maha Navami puja is conducted along with Kanya Puja.
- Dussehra – October 19
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