Durga Goddess is worshipped in nine different forms during Navratri. Let's discover which colors are considered to be auspicious for Navratri.


By Pamu Udaya

First day- Sailaputri is the first form of Goddess Durga and is worshipped on the first day. Ammavari devotees wear yellow clothes to worship the Goddess.

Second day Mata Brahmacharini can be worshiped on Navratri's second day. This day is considered holy and devotees are required to wear green clothing to worship Mother Brahmachari.

Third-Day On the third day Navratri, Durga's Chandraghanta form is worshipped. Devotees are encouraged to wear brown clothing and worship the goddess on this day.

Fourth-Day On the fourth day Navratri, Durga's Kushmanda version is worshiped. According to legend, worshippers should wear saffron robes on this day.

Fifth-Day The fifth day of Navratri is when Durga Skandamata's form is worshipped. Devotees are asked to wear white clothing and to worship the goddess, bowing down at her feet.

Sixth-Day Goddess Durga's worship is on the sixth day of Navratri. Katyayan is a fan of the color red. Red is the color of Katyayan.

Seventh-Day The Kalaratri form Goddess Durga is celebrated on the seventh day of Navratri.Devotees are encouraged to wear blue clothing and to worship the Goddess on this day.

Eighth-Day Durga Mahagauri, the third day of Navratri, is celebrated. On this day devotees are encouraged to wear pink clothing and worship Durga Mahagauri.

Ninth-Day On the ninth day of Navratri, Goddess Durga is celebrated. On this day, devotees are encouraged to wear purple clothing and worship Goddess Durga.