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Nine Colours for the Nine Divine Nights of Navratri - 2018




Navratri festival is an amalgamation of divinity, fun, music, lights and colours. Are you aware of the Navratri colours for this year? Take a quick look at the list of nine colours for the nine days of Navratri 2018.


Navratri is a beautiful festival. Navratri of the year 2018 is here and the nine colours dedicated to these nine days of Navratri make it even more colourful. Navratri will be celebrated from 10th to 18th October in the year 2018 and like every year, everyone is excited about the colours for this year too. Wearing the dresses of the colour dedicated to the each day of Navratri make the celebration even more joyous. Even the Navratri idols of Goddess Durga are dressed up in the sarees of the specific colours which are dedicated to the each day of this festival. Listed below are the nine colours of Navratri for the year 2018.


Navratri Colours for 2018

Have a quick look at the nine colours of Navratri for the year 2018 and benefits of wearing these colours.

Day 1 - Royal Blue

The colour of the first day of Navratri this year is Royal Blue. Wearing the clothes of Royal Blue colour can have positive effects on your mind and body. Wearing this colour also has religious significance as it is known the keep bad spirits away. The Royal Blue colour is known to boost confidence and intelligence.

Day 2 - Yellow

Yellow colour represents happiness. It is the colour of planet Jupiter. This colour is known to improve sharpness of mind and boosts knowledge. Yellow is a very soothing colour.

Day 3 - Green

Green is the colour of nature. It represents good luck and good health. According to the research green colour is known to improve the ability to read.

Day 4 - Grey

Grey is a balanced colour. It is a calm colour which signifies neutrality.  The spiritual meaning of the colour grey can be the detachment from the material world.

Day 5 - Orange

Orange is an energising colour which is much needed for boosting the energy that is required to do Garba dance during Navratri. This colour is known to boost confidence. It is a very warm colour that can help to enhance a person’s understanding.

Day 6 - White

White colour is a symbol of purity and peace. It can have a calming effect on mind and body. It has a very positive effect on the aura of a person. White colour also represents enlightenment and truth.

Day 7 - Red

Red is the colour of love and passion. This colour stimulates strength and power. Red colour can evoke strong emotions.

Day 8 - Sky Blue

Sky blue colour signifies stability and depth. This colour too has a calming effect on the human body. This colour symbolizes ocean, sky and heaven. This colour is associated with trust, loyalty, truthfulness, wisdom, intelligence and faith.

Day 9 - Pink

Pink colour symbolises softness. It is the colour of romance and cuteness. It is also the colour which signifies unconditional love. This colour is also known to have a calming effect.

Does your wardrobe include clothes of all of the above mentioned colours? If yes, you are all set for celebrating a colourful Navratri. If no, then you must definitely set out to buy the clothes of colours which are lacking in your wardrobe to make the Navratri of the year 2018 the memorable one. Wearing the specified colour can help to enhance the spirit of the festival. So, what are you waiting for? Checkout your wardrobe and get ready to paint the Nine Days of Navratri with different colours. Let these colours and their benefits enter your life on the occasion Navratri. These colours will definitely spread the joy and happiness everywhere during these special nine days of Navratri.


Which are the nine colours for the nine days of Navratri 2018? What are the effects of different colours on the human body? What are the benefits of wearing the clothes of the colours which are dedicated for the each day of Navratri? Discuss here.

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Ishika.1 month ago
Navratri is a special festival to get dressed up in 9 special colours, dance, have fun and spread happiness.
 
 
 
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Kanchi.1 month ago
Navratri is my favorite festival. I buy 9 new dresses for 9 days of navratri based on the list of 9 colours for the nine days of navratri.
 
 
 
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Hemali.1 month ago
It is one of the beautiful times of the year. And the 9 colours worn during the 9 days of Navratri make it even more special.
 
 
 
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