Navratri 2020 is almost here, as is our devotion to pray to the holy goddess as we enjoy the festivity of Navratri. From Saturday, October 17, 2020, this nine-day religious emoticon is as fashionable as it is religious.

The nine days of Navratri festival bring the power of fun and frolic to all of us, of all age groups. Navratri is a celebration of the goddess Durga and her 9 incarnations, the fierce and fiery figure of women, the empowerment of women and the bold and independent woman who is always respected and inspired by our culture.

Speaking of Navratri, Garba and Dandiya are synonymous with it. To keep up with this gigantic festival, SheBazaar has prepared for you the best festive wear lehengas, color-coordinated for each of the 9-day festivals! While the color scheme for the 9 days is pre-determined, the color sequence generally changes.

One of the most notable features of the festival is that different colors are associated with each of the nine days. People dress in a specific color for each day to get the most out of Navratri. Read on to find out about Navratri 2020 colors with the meaning of dates and other details.

Navratri Day 1: October 17, 2020 – Color Grey

Grey color reflects balanced emotions and keeps the person down to earth. This color is also suitable for those who want to take part in the celebration of Navratri and make a subtle style statement with this shade of color.  On this day, the Goddess Shailputri is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 2: October 18, 2020 – Color Orange

When the goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped wearing the color orange on Sunday, the person is given qualities like warmth and exaggeration. This color is full of positive energy and keeps the person optimistic.

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Navratri Day 3: October 19, 2020 – Color White

The color white is synonymous with purity and innocence. Wear a white color on Monday so that you deserve the blessing of the goddess and feel inner peace and security. On this day, the goddess Chandraghanta is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 4: October 20, 2020 – Color Red

On Tuesday, wear the color red for Navratri celebrations. Red symbolizes passion and love and red color Chunari is also the most preferred color given to the goddess. This color fills energy and vitality to the person. On this day, the goddess Kushmanada is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 5: October 21, 2020 – Color Royal Blue

Wear the royal blue color on Wednesday and take part in Navratri celebrations with unmatched panache and elegance. Royal blue is a vivid shade of blue and represents wealth and serenity. On this day, the goddess Skandamata is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 6: 22 October 2020 – Color Yellow

Wear the yellow color on Thursday and enjoy your Navratri day with a feeling of hope and optimism. It is a warm color that keeps the person happy all day. On this day, the goddess Katyayani is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 7: 23 October 2020 – Color Green

The green color symbolizes nature and shows a feeling of growth, fertility, peace and tranquility. Wear the green color on Friday and let the goddess reassure you. Green also represents a new beginning in life. On this day, the goddess Kalaratri is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 8: October 24, 2020 – Color Peacock Green

Peacock Green conveys uniqueness and individuality. Stand out in the crowd wearing the exquisite shade of dark green on this Navratri day. This color exudes the qualities of this color like empathy and freshness. On this day, the goddess Mahagauri is worshipped.

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Navratri Day 9: 25 October 2020 – Color Purple

The color purple is associated with luxury, majesty and nobility. Worshipping the goddess Siddhidatri wearing purple endows devotees with opulence and wealth. So, do not be afraid and put on a beautiful purple outfit to receive the blessings of the goddess.

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Conclusion

The nine colors symbolically represent the nine forms of goddess Durga who are worshipped during the Navratri festival. Traditionally, colors change from year to year.

Goddess Durga has many forms. These nine days of Navratri we celebrate all forms of Devi and create meaningful changes in our lives. Navratri encourages us to be better people and human beings by making sense of the simplest things in life.