Navratri Colours April 2024 – Daywise List with significance

Navratri, a nine-day festival honoring Goddess Durga, started on April 9, 2024. Each day is for a different form of the Goddess and has a special color. The article talks about the colors for this Chatra Navratri.

Navratri Colours April 2024

Chaitra Navratri is a key Hindu festival. It’s when Goddess Durga visits earth for nine days, blessing her followers. They worship her, fast, and visit temples. This year, it’s from April 9-17, 2024. Each day has a unique color, adding to the festival’s significance. Wearing these colors helps people feel more connected to Navratri.

List of Navratri colours in April 2024

Date DayNavratri Colour
9 April 2024Day 1Bright Red
10 April 2024Day 2Royal Blue
11 April 2024Day 3Yellow
12 April 2024Day 4Green
13 April 2024Day 5Grey
14 April 2024Day 6Orange
15 April 2024Day 7White
16 April 2024Day 8Pink
17 April 2024Day 9Sky Blue

Importance of Each Navratri Colour April 2024

  1. Red (Day 1): We honor Maa Shailputri, the purest form of Goddess Parvati. Red symbolizes brightness and energy.
  2. Royal Blue (Day 2): We worship Goddess Brahmacharini, representing elegance and purity.
  3. Yellow (Day 3): We celebrate Maa Chandraghanta, the married form of Goddess Parvati, symbolizing the sun.
  4. Green (Day 4): We honor Maa Kushmanda, the deity of light and positivity, symbolizing peace and growth.
  5. Grey (Day 5): We worship Goddess Skandmata, holding Lord Kartikeya, symbolizing nature’s beauty.
  6. Orange (Day 6): We honor Goddess Katyayani, who killed the evil demon Mahishasur. Orange symbolizes her fierce brightness.
  7. White (Day 7): We celebrate Maa Kalratri, symbolizing purity and peace.
  8. Pink (Day 8): We honor Maa Mahagauri, symbolizing harmony, knowledge, and wisdom.
  9. Sky Blue (Day 9): We celebrate Goddess Siddhidatri, symbolizing the sky and nature’s vastness.

Each day of Navratri has a unique color associated with a form of Goddess Durga, each symbolizing different aspects of life.

Farewell of Goddess Durga

On April 17, 2024, the last day of the festival, people celebrate Lord Rama’s birthday and say goodbye to Goddess Durga. It’s believed that those who are generous and kind during these days receive blessings from the Goddess. The nine-day festival concludes with the Goddess blessing her followers before returning to her heavenly home.