The first day of Chaitra Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri. Devotees who worship Maa Shailputri with red flowers and wear red dresses are blessed with divine grace.

Royal Blue

Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on the second day of Chaitra Navratri. This year, royal blue is linked to goddesses, representing the achievement of self-realization via the completion of penance and restraint.


The yellow color is listed for the third day of the Chaitra Navratri celebration. On this day, Maa Chandraghanta is worshipped with yellow flowers, fruits and sweets to gain bravery, courage and strength. 


Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped on the fourth day of Chaitra Navratri. Worshippers of the goddess can banish darkness and radiate warmth and energy by dressing in green.


Skandmata is remembered on the fifth day of Chaitra Navratri. On this day, followers of the goddess might wear gray clothing and present her with grey candies, fruits, and flowers in exchange for the blessings of motherhood, spiritual growth, and a loving heart.


The colour for the sixth day of Navratri is Green, dedicated to Goddess Katyayini. It evokes ideas of new beginnings, growth, and fertility. 


Pink is the colour of the seventh day of the Chaitra Navratri celebration. You can wear pink clothes and offer pink flowers and sweets to Goddess Kaalratri to destroy demons, evil spirits, and negative energies. 


The eighth day of the Chaitra Navratri festival is dedicated to Maa Mahagauri, the goddess. Devotees might present pink flowers and sweets to the goddess and wear pink in order to acquire wisdom, understanding, and harmony.

Sky Blue

Maha Navami Puja is held on the final day of Navratri. To find kindness, love, and tranquility, worship the goddess in sky blue in her ninth appearance.