Navratri: These 9 colours symbolise the 9 days

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Each day during Navratri denotes a colour that holds special significance for the goddess prayed to that day.

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Let us now the day-wise significance of the nine colours during Navratri.

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Day 1 is dedicated to Goddess Shailaputri: Wear white for a calm mind on the first day of the festival.

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Day 2 is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini: Wear red to heighten your festive spirit.

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Day 3 is dedicated to Goddess Chandraghanta: Celebrate Navratri spirit on the third day, with the elan of the royal blue shade.

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Day 4 is dedicated to Goddess Kushmanda: Wear yellow to be filled with optimism and mirth.

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Day 5 is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata: Wear green to evoke a sense of evolution, fecundity, peace and serenity.

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Day 6 is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani: Grey colour keeps the emotional impulses in check and retains the person's down-to-earth attributes.

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Day 7 is dedicated to Goddess Kaalratri: Orange represents warmth and exuberance and is full of positive energy.

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Day is 8 dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri: Wear peacock green on the day 8 of Navratri and stand apart from the rest.

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Day is 9 dedicated to Goddess Siddhidatri: Wear pink on the 9th day of Navratri.

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