From Orange To Royal Blue, The Navratri Colours Of 2023 Are Here

Festival season is here!

The nine nights festival of Nav Durga is returning for another round of festivities this season. And with the homecoming of Navratri, devotees will enjoy the drill of dressing up in a variety of colours during these nine long days. Every day, devotees wear a piece in a particular colour, assigned to a day. So, as we gear up for the festival, lets check out the colour list for 2023 here.

Day 1- October 15

The first day of Navratri is set for colour orange. Symbolising joy and positivity, the colour is linked to divinity and worship. Wearers can look out for a variety of style options in the category of ethnic wear. From sarees worn by Bhumi Pednekar to bandhani suit design styled by Sara Ali Khan, wear something orange on day one of Navratri.


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Day 2- October 16

Day 2 is allocated to colour white, which is the symbol of eternal peace. Representing the beauty of purity and innocence, white is worn to receive blessings from all goddesses. The colour symbolises serenity and calmness. You can choose to style your favourite desi silhouette in the colour white, like Deepika Padukone and more.


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Day 3- October 17

Day 3 or Tritiya is allocated to colour red, which symbolises power and love. Worshipping goddess Brahmacharni, the colour red is linked to health, life, and passion. The most vibrant shade for festivities, you can pick the colour and style it in a variety of formats like sarees, and churidaar kurtas.


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Day 4- October 18

Chaturthi or day 4 is about wearing colour royal blue. This special day is dedicated to Devi Chandraghanta, the colour symbolises balance, and royalty. The colour is one of the most special shades to wear on this occasion. Embrace the richness of this shade and trust in its warmth to celebrate the occasion of Navratri. Here, you can seek inspiration from celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, and Alia Bhatt.


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Day 5- October 19

Panchami is dedicated to Sharad Navaratri, and devotees should wear the colour yellow. Celebrate the 5th day of Navratri with the positive colour of yellow. You can choose to style the colour in a variety of silhouette options, and take some style inspiration from celebrities Sara Ali Khan, Sonam Kapoor and more.

Day 6- October 20

Shashthi or day 6 is devoted to the colour green. The 6th day of Navratri is Shashthi. This day is celebrated by wearing Green colour which is also the colour of nature and prosperity. For the auspicious occasion, choose a bright green saree or go for a mirror-soaked lehenga choli.


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Day 7- October 21

The day of Saptami is dedicated to the colour grey. The unique shade in this list can be worn in a variety of fusion style formats, through co-ord sets and more.

Day 8 – October 22

Purple is the chosen colour for the Ashtami. Exuding the energy of red and vibrancy of blue, purple symbolises a unique blend between the two shades. On this day, we worship Navdurga, who is seen dressed in pink. On day 8 of Navratri, you can pick a stunning purple saree like Alia Bhatt and experiment with a modern-day blouse.


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Day 9 – October 23

The 9th day of Navratri is Ashtami is dedicated to the colour peacock green and is most vibrant shade out of the list. You can choose the colour and go ahead with the same in sarees, lehengas and festive kurtas.


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