Navratri 2013 Colours, Navratri Colours for Durga Puja 2013, which colours of dresses to be worn in Navratri 2013?
Navaratri is one of the most important and sacred festivals celebrated in India and many parts of the World. The festival which is celebrated for nine days commemorate the different forms of Goddess Durga and on the tenth day , the festival of Vijayadashami is observed to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
Since each day is dedicated to one particular form of Goddess Durga, each day has a significance in terms of colour also. Devotees not only wear those coloured dresses for that day, but also decorate the idol of Goddess in that particular colour. The devotees offer a particular coloured saree to the Goddess on each day. Each colour has a significance of its own and represents different forms of the Goddess.
The list of colours for Navratri 2013
Saturday, 1st day, 5 October 2013 – Grey colour (Pratipada Navratri)
Sunday, 2nd day, 6 October 2013 – Orange colour (Dwitiya Navratri)
Monday, 3rd day, 7 October 2013 – White colour (Tritiya Navratri)
Tuesday, 4th day, 8 October 2013 – Red colour (Chaturthi Navratri)
Wednesday, 5th day, 9 October 2013 – Blue colour (Panchami Navratri)
Thursday, 6th day, 10 October 2013 – Yellow colour (Sashti Navratri)
Friday, 7th day, 11 October 2013 – Green colour (Saptami Navratri)
Saturday, 8th day, 12 October 2013 – Peacock Green colour (Ashtami Navratri)
Sunday, 9th day, 13 October 2013 – Purple colour (Navami Navratri / Dashami Navratri)