Day 1: Orange The festival begins with a bright & vibrant colour, orange. This colour signifies energy and happiness.
Day 2: White On this day, Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped, who wears a white dress and has a rosary in her right hand and Kamandala in her left hand.
Day 3: Red The colour red signifies beauty and fearlessness. On this day, people worship Goddess Chandraganta, who rewards people with her bravery, grace and courage.
Day 4: Royal Blue Royal blue signifies good health & prosperity. On this day, Goddess Kushmanda, also known as Ashtabhuja Devi, is worshipped.
Day 5: Yellow This colour denotes happiness & brightness. On this day during Navratri, Goddess Skandmata is worshipped with fanfare.
Day 6: Green It signifies new beginnings & growth. During Navratri, people worship Goddess Katyayani on this day and she is seen as the slayer of the tyrannical demon Mahisasura.
Day 7: Grey The colour grey, stands for strength of transforming. Devotees worship Goddess Kalaratri on this day, believed to be the destroyer of all negative energies.
Day 8: Purple The eighth day of Navratri is the day of Kanjak. The colour purple signifies the power of intellect & peace.
Day 9: Peacock Green Navami is the last day of the Navratri festival & Peacock green is the colour of this day. Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped on this day.