The tradition of following colour code during the nine-day-long festival of Shardiya Navratri is popular among people staying in Gujarat and Maharashtra
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Devotees who celebrate the Navratri festival usually tend to follow a particular colour code each day. The festival which commences on September 26, is dedicated to Goddess Durga and her nine avatars. The tradition of following the colour code during Navratri is very popular among people staying in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Women of all age groups, especially college students and working professionals, follow this tradition widely during Navratri.
While every year, the sequence of colours changes, we have a list of Navratri colours for you to follow this year.
PR professional Aishwarya Bane (28) said, "Navratri is my favourite festival. It’s a celebration of victory, courage and bravery. I believe that following the traditions and keeping up with the colours brings wealth, prosperity and happiness to our lives."