Navratri Colours

Shardiya Navratri Colours Significance, Days Date and List Of Colours Navratri is one of the most renowned festivals of Hindu religion. Each day of Sharidya Navratri denotes a colour and has an immense significance regarding culture and devotion. The nine days of Sharidya Navratri starts from 15th October 2023 and ends on 23rd October 2023.

Navratri Colours
Navratri Colours with Day And date

Navratri 2023 colours and its Significance

One of the most important festivals of Hindu religion Sharidya Navratri is celebrated with a great Jeel across northern states of India. According to Hindi calendar the Sharidya Navratri falls in the month of Ashwin. The last day of Durga Puja is marked as Dusshera. The devotees offer prayer to the nine forms of goddess Durga for prosperity, happiness and blessing in their lives.

Every year the nine days of Sharidya Navratri or Durga puja are marked as the most important days and hence several beliefs regarding these days are observed by the devotees. One of the most important beliefs is the colour associated with each day and its cultural and spiritual significance.

In this article we are going to discuss the colours associated with the nine days of Sharidya Navratri and its cultural and spiritual importance in daily life.

Sharidya Navratri Colours, days and date wise list


Navratri Days

Navratri date

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First Day

15th October 2023


Second day

16th October 2023


 Third Day

17th October 2023


 Fourth day

18th October 2023

Royal Blue

 Fifth Day

19th October 2023


 Sixth Day

20th October 2023


Seventh Day

21st October 2023


Eight Day

22nd October 2023 


Ninth Day

23rd October 2023

Peacock Blue


List of Colours for Sharidya Navratri 2023

We are going to discuss in brief the colours associated with 9 days of the Sharidya and Navratri and their importance and Significance in the lives of devotees.

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Navratri Day 1- Orange Colour

Goddess Shailputri is worshiped on the first day of Sharidya Navratri. The first day Sharidya Navratri Is also Known as GhatSthapan. On this day Orange Colour Marks, the prosperity abundance and Health.

Navratri day 2- White Colour

The white colour is determined as the colour of peace and is also signifies knowledge and learning.

Navratri Day 3 Red Colour

The red colour Is the colour of a new start, it also considered as the most auspicious colour in Hindu mythology as it is considered as “Subh”.

Navratri Day- 4 Royal Blue Colour

Royal Blue is considered as the colour of Wisdom. The Royal Blue colour also signifies the Dignity.

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Navratri Day 5 Yellow Colour

Yellow colour is the colour of Positivity, energy, power , Warmth and Fire. The colour is important for the self Actualization

Navratri Day 6 Green colour

The Green colour is the colour of growth, Prosperity, and New Beginning of Life..

Navratri Day 7 Grey Colour 

The grey colour defines the aspects of Indifference and Modesty, Grey colour is also linked to Lord Shiva. The colour of Inequality and balance.

Navratri Day 8 Purple Colour

The Purple colour is associated with the Royalty, Luxury, Nobility, Power. On Day 8th of Shardiya Navratri The Maha Asthami is observed which is also the most important day of Durga Puja.

Navratri Day 9 Peacock Green           

Peacock Green colour is considered as the colour of Kindness. The ninth day of Shardiya Navratri is last day when Goddess Durga appears with Enormous powers and Establish Peace in the Universe Hence considered as the Colour of Peace also.