Navratri 2021: Here's The 9-Day Color Code For This Navratri To Style Your Look

Navratri has a nine colour code scheme which includes different colourful outfits. Check out the colour scheme for Navratri 2021.

Chanchal Sengar
Written by: Chanchal SengarPublished at: Sep 27, 2019
Navratri 2021: Here's The 9-Day Color Code For This Navratri To Style Your Look

The nine days of celebration or Navratri 2021 is finally here again! This time of the year is loaded with joy, good food and beautiful outfits. The word ‘Navratri’ implies nine nights which are widely celebrated all across the nation. This marks the beginning of the festive season in India which is followed by Dusshera and Diwali, two major festivals on the Indian calendar. Navratri is one of the very few festivals which are performed across pan India. In the East, it is celebrated in the form of Durga Puja. In the west, people zealously solemnize these nine days in the form of Garba and Dandiya. Whereas, the northern and southern part keep it plain and simple as ‘Navratri’. These nine days best exhibit the cultural diversity of the nation. Unfortunately, this year as well, it won't be the same as it used to be due to Coronavirus. There might not be huge pandals and dandiya nights this year but that doesn't mean you don't deck up. Looking beautiful is your right and you must exercise it especially during the biggest festival season of the year. We have brought to you the colour scheme for Navratri 2021. There are separate colors given to each day to resonate with the festive vibes. To not be the odd one out, make sure that you get dressed according to this color scheme.

Day 1- Yellow

The first day is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri. She destroys darkness including all your fears and troubles. Yellow is the color given to this day as it is the color of joy, celebration and happiness. Get into the festive fever wearing a beautiful crop top and lehenga in the shades of yellow.

Day 2- Green

Green dress

The second day of the Navratra belongs to Goddess Brahmacharini who is the daughter of the Himalayas. The color for the day is green which is the color of nature, growth and energy.

Day 3- Grey

The third day is of Goddess Chandraghanta Mata who is one of the most powerful embodiments of goddess Durga. Grey color is assigned to this day. Try these eyeshadow combinations to complement your look.

Day 4- Orange

Goddess Khushmanda Mata is worshipped on the fourth day who is known for bestowing her worshipers with valor and courage. The color for this day is Orange. This color symbolizes vividness, happiness and energy. 

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Day 5- White

The fourth day is of Goddess Skanda Mata who holds the power to eliminate all the negativity. Worship her wearing a white attire as white symbolizes purity, peace and prayers.

White

Day 6- Red

The sixth day is devoted to goddess Katyayani Mata. Color red defines action and vigor. You may opt for a red saree for the day. Or if you are planning to host an intimate dandiya night for you, get a red suit or red lehenga choli with bandhej print to keep it simple yet chic.

Day 7- Royal Blue

The sixth day is meant to worship Goddess Kalaratri who is the warrior goddess. The blue color is synonymous with victory and queenship. Go for a pretty royal blue lehenga this day to own the dandiya night like a royal princess. Complete your makeup with liquid lipstick and try these hacks.

Royal Blue

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Day 8- Pink

The eight day of Navratri 2020 belongs to the Goddess Gauri. Make this day a memorable one by wearing a graceful outfit in pink colour. You can choose any pink shade from the palette like baby pink, bright pink, fuschia or mauve. Whatever suits your skin tone.

Pink

Day 9- Purple

Goddess Siddhidatri Mata is worshipped on the ninth or concluding day of Navratri who is known to fulfill all the desires and wishes of her worshipers. Purple color represents power and ambition.

This is the colour code that you are supposed to follow this year. 

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