Every year on the eve of Navratri, devotees are thrilled to know the list of nine different colors that they ought to wear on each day of the festival. According to color therapy, each and every color has an impact on human body and mind. Thus, during Navratri, different colors worn on the nine days have a healing effect on several parts of your body. Wear bright colors as it has a psychological effect on the mind as well as tends to make your body feel energetic.
What colors are worn on the first three days of the Navaratri in consecutive order?
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The first day denotes establishment and the goddess is worshipped in an earthen pot, and the colour yellow is worn. The second day is believed that this goddess enlightens elegant forms with high power, divine and spiritual grace. The goddess is dressed in orange attire. The colour of the day for devotees to wear on this auspicious day is Green. On the third day, the devotees wear grey. All these three colours also do have unique health benefits according to colour therapy. While yellow strengthens the nervous system, green is associated with curing bronchitis and inflammation.
Devotees dress in orange on the fourth day of the festival.
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Kushmanda is the fourth figure of the goddess that is invoked on the fourth day of Navratri. She is primarily regarded as the originator of the universe. The mother goddess is worn with a red-coloured saree, and on this particular day, the devotees wear the vibrant Orange. Orange relieves mental ailments and also cures anaemia, loss of appetite and stomach cramps.
The combination of colors of the 5th, 6th and 7th day is blue, white and pink respectively.
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On the fifth day of Navratri, known as Panchami, devotees are supposed to wear White. Atyayani, regarded as an avtar of goddess Durga, is worshipped on the sixth day of Navratri. People wear Red on this day. Maha Saptami is the beginning of Utsava Puja and is the 7th day and the color of the day is Blue for the devotees. The color white has a calming effect on mind and body whereas blue relax and calm muscles. Red helps stimulate liver function according to colour therapy.
Pink and purple are the colors of 8th and 9th days of Navratri.
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On this day, Saraswati Mata Puja is done whole-heartedly, and Pink is regarded as the colour of the day for all on the 8th day. Siddhidatri is the deity form of Maa Durga for the ninth day of Navratri and purple is the colour for the devotees. While purple can cure spleen and lymphatic system conditions, pink calms aggression and is a source of relaxation.