Navratri Colours 2020, 9 colours of Durga Navratri 2020, Dresses to wear in Navratri 2020, saree colours for Navratri 2020, Daily colors of Navratri Durga Puja is given here. In Maharashtra and Gujarat, women wear nine colors of sarees during Navratri. The tradition of 9 colours during Navratri Puja is very common in Gujarat, Maharashtra and some other North Indian states.
Here, we are providing detailed information on Navratri colours and the significance of the particular day.
In 2020, Navratri begins on October 17 and ends on October 25|26.
On each day of Navaratri, one Goddess of Navadurga is worshipped. Navratri Puja begins with Shailputri Maa and ends with Siddhidhatri Mata.
Navratri 2020 dates, detailed calendar
Nine Types of Naivedyam for Navratri in South India & North India
Meaning of Navratri Colours, Significance of Nine Navaratri Colours
17 October 2020 – Grey colour – Navratri Pratipada – Shailputri Puja
18 October 2020 – Orange Colour – Navratri Dwitiya – Brahmacharini Puja
19 October 2020 – White Colour – Navratri Tritiya – Chandraghanta Puja
20 October 2020 – Red colour – Navratri Chaturthi – Kushmanda Puja
21 October 2020 – Royal Blue colour – Navratri Panchami – Skandamata Puja
22 October 2020 – Yellow Colour – Navratri Shashti – Katyayani Puja
23 October 2020 – Green Colour – Navratri Saptami – Kalratri Puja
24 October 2020 – Peacock Green Color – Navratri Ashtami – Mahagauri Puja
25 October 2020 – Purple Color – Navratri Navami – Siddhidhatri Puja Navratri Dashami – Vijayadashami in South India and most of North India.
26 October 2020 – Vijayadashami in parts of North India
Kalasha Sthapana Vidhi
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Mesha Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Vrishabha Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Mithuna Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Karka Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Simha Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Kanya Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Tula Rashi Natives
Navratri Durga Puja Remedies for Vrischika Rashi Natives
First day of Navratri
Second day of Navratri
Third day of Navratri
Fourth day of Navratri
Fifth day of Navratri
Sixth day of Navratri
Seventh day of Navratri
Eighth day of Navratri
Ninth day of Navratri
All the above information on Navratri colours will be given in Newspapers like Maharashtra Times & Bombay Times of a day or couple prior to Navratri… You can cross check with that information.
Read here about the preparation of Navratri recipes (Durga Puja recipes): Aloo Posto, Aamer Chutney, Aloo Potol, Baingan Bhaja, Navratri Recipes and many more…,
The colours are highlighted in Bold Black colored font. The colours will be given in local Gujarati and Marathi newspapers.