Chaitra Navratri 2024 : Meaning of 9 Colours & Devi Name

Chaitra Navratri 2024 : Chaitra Navratri, which is one of the most famous festivals in India, is also known as “Basant Navratri”. In Sanskrit, the meaning of the word Navratri is “now night”. This festival is dedicated to Goddess Shakti who is manifested in the form of divine female power.

There is a great way to celebrate the festival of Chaitra Navratri 2024, which is linked to the story of Maa Durga defeating the demon Mahishasura. According to Hinduism, Mahishasura was a powerful demon who wreaked havoc on the Earth and threatened the existence of the universe. Goddess Durga, manifested in the form of Shakti, the practice of divine female power, derived from the help of many goddesses, at the request of gods and goddesses. He fought a fierce battle with Mahishasura, who continued for nine days till night and defeated him on the tenth day.

Each day’s meaning of Chaitra Navratri 2024

The festival of Chaitra Navratri 2024 is celebrated in the presence of Goddess Shakti, in which her various forms are worshipped. Each day in Navratri has a specific colour which reflects a different aspect of life and spirituality. Know the meaning of the nine colours of Chaitra Navratri 2024 and the Goddess who accompanies each day, who guides the devotee in celebration and contemplation on this sacred journey.’

S.NoChaitra Navratri 2024 DayDevi NameColourMeaning
1PratipadaShailaputriRedSankalp aur shanti
2DwitiyaBrahmachariniRoyal blue Utsah aur bal
3TritiyaChandraghantaYellowPavitrata aur shanti
4ChaturthiKushmandaGreenGarmi aur utsah
5PanchamiSkandamataGreyVishwas aur samriddhi
6ShashthiKatyayaniOrangeGyan aur samriddhi
7SaptamiKalaratriWhitePrakriti aur astha
8AshtamiMahagauriPinkMaangalikta aur sukh
9NavamiSiddhidatriSky bluePratishtha aur shaurya

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Day 1 of Chaitra Navratri 2024 (Red colour)

Name of the goddessMata Shailputri
Colour of the dayRed colour

Chaitra Navratri 2024 has started and the first day has come, in which we all worship Mata Shailputri. The colour of the first day is red, which is the first day of the holy festival. Associated with the colour red, this colour is most commonly used in chunri, and it represents the sanctity of the first day. Red colour represents passion and love. People wearing this colour appear more enthusiastic and livelier.

Day 2 of Navratri (Royal blue colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Brahmacharini
Colour of the dayRoyal Blue colour

The colour of the second day of Navratri is ‘Royal Blue’ and the Goddess is ‘Goddess Brahmacharini’. The royal blue colour represents the cosmic ray of God that resides in Goddess Brahmacharini, who brings light to her devotees by breaking through darkness and ignorance. Look with unique elegance and beauty by wearing royal blue colour on the second day of Navratri. The beautiful light of royal blue colour represents happiness and contentment.

Day 3 of Navratri (yellow colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Chandra ghanta
Colour of the dayyellow colour

The third day of Chaitra Navratri 2024, which is worn in yellow colour, is offered to Maa Chandra ghanta, the goddess of peace and tranquillity. When one wears yellow colour, one experiences eternal happiness and energy, which lasts for the whole day. Yellow colour is also popular, it represents courage and strength.

Day 4 of Navratri (Green colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Kush Manda
Colour of the daygreen colour

On the fourth day of Chaitra Navratri 2024, one wears green colours, and one wears green colours to seek the blessings of Goddess Kush Manda. Green colour makes nature beautiful, beautiful, peaceful and creates a feeling of peace. Wearing green colour on this day symbolizes the beginning of life.

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Day 5 of Navratri (Grey colour)

Name of the goddessSkanda Mata
Colour of the dayGrey colour

On the fifth day of Navratri, people worship Goddess Skanda Mata. The colour of this day is grey, which represents stability and contained emotions. Gray is an essential colour that influences every aspect of our lives and is associated with the feeling of unity and boundlessness. But one of the main features of Grey’s is that it evokes a feeling of peace.

Day 6 of Navratri (orange colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Katyayani
Colour of the dayorange colour

The favourite day of Navratri is the day on which Maa Katyayani is worshipped and which is associated with orange colour. Orange is a bright and energetic colour that has many meanings. This colour is often associated with passion, passion and creativity. Its hot tone suggests that it awakens the intellect and generates thoughts.

Day 7 of Navratri (white colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Kaalratri
Colour of the dayWhite colour

On the seventh day of Navratri, Maa Kaalratri is worshipped and the colour of this day is white. In the form of white colour, purity, clarity and spiritual light are practised.

Day 8 of Navratri (Pink colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Mahagauri
Colour of the dayPink colour

On the eighth day of Navratri, Maa Mahagauri is worshiped and this day is associated with pink. Pink symbolizes love, adornment and kindness, because it is a mixture of the passion of red and the purity of white. It evokes feelings of warmth, happiness and hope.

Day 9 of Navratri (Sky blue colour)

Name of the goddessMaa Siddhidatri
Colour of the daysky blue colour

On the ninth day of Navratri, when maa Siddhidatri is worshipped, the colour of that day is sky blue. This colour always gives selfless love and calms the senses. It will cheer you up and tempt you to overcome your obstacles.


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