Maa Shakti will be dressed in a different color every day and each color has a different significance. The color order may be different every year but the color remains the same.
Navratri (Navratri 2020) occupies a different place in Indian festivals. It is also known as Sharadiya Navratri due to falling in autumn. On this holy festival, various forms of Maa Durga are worshiped for 9 days. This time Sharadiya Navratri has started from 17 October which will run till 25 October. Apart from this, Vijayadashami or Dusshera will be celebrated on 26 October. Let us tell you that Mother Shakti will be dressed in different colors every day and each color has a different significance. The color order may be different every year but the color remains the same. Let us tell you about the colors of 9 days of Navratri and their importance.
The first day of Pratipada is considered to be gray. This color symbolizes the worship of Goddess Shailputri. This color is also a symbol of understanding and peace. It also means the destruction of evil. This color is used on the second day of
Navratri. This color is used for the worship of Goddess Brahmacharini. Apart from this, this color is a symbol of energy and happiness. It is also a symbol of peace, brightness, and knowledge.
Divine use color to worship Cndragnta. It is practiced on the third day of Navratri. White color is a symbol of peace. It is a symbol of peace and purity and is also known for goodness.
On the day of Lal Chaturthi, there is a red color for the worship of Goddess Kushmanda. It is a symbol of energy, love, and creativity. Apart from this, the red color is also known for anger and passion.
This color is used for the worship of Skandmata on Panchami. This color symbolizes divine energy, intelligence, and superiority.
Goddess Katyayani is worshiped on the sixth day. This day should be decorated with a yellow color which is a symbol of happiness, freshness, glow, and happiness. Goddess Durga is worshiped at Kalratri on the day of
. Green indicates growth, positivity, and beginnings. It also refers to the nature of the mother and its nutritional properties.
. The Peacock Green color represents the desires that are desired to be fulfilled.
Purple color Mother Siddhidatri is worshiped on the last day of Navratri. Purple represents beauty, ambition, and goals. It is also a symbol of integrity.
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