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Durga Puja 2021: Worship Goddess Durga By Wearing These Colours On Each Auspicious Day

Devotees often flock to Durga Puja pandals wearing designated colours associated with each auspicious day of the nine-day long Durga Puja.

New Delhi: Durga Puja has arrived and preparations are on go pandal-hopping on the auspicious occasion. 

This year, Durga Puja started on the 7th of October and will come to an end on the the 15th of this month. 

It is a popular belief among the devotes that a specific colour is associated with each auspicious day of the nine-day long puja.

Here is a list of what colour should be worn on each auspicious day:

Day 1: Pink

On the first day of Durga Puja, Maa Shailputri is worshipped by establishing a Kalash. Wearing red, pink or dark pink clothes on this occasion is considered auspicious.

Day 2: Yellow

Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on the second day in the form of Goddess Durga. Wearing white, cream or yellow clothes is considered auspicious on this day. Also, it is believed that doing so will fulfil a person's wish.

Day 3: Safron

On the third day, the devotees offer their prayers to Maa Chandraghanta in the form of Goddess Durga riding a tiger. On this auspicious occasion, a person must wear yellow, red, milky and saffron coloured clothes. A person is said to feel blessed by the Goddess on this day.

Day 4: Green

On the fourth day, the devotees worship Goddess Kushmanda, who is called the goddess of nature. Wearing cream, yellow, green and brown clothes on this day is considered to bring good results.

Day 5: White

Goddess Skanmata is worshipped by the devotees on the fifth day of Durga Puja. To bear good results, devotees wear white, milky, red or green clothes on this day to be blessed by the goddess with health and knowledge.

Day 6: Orange

Maa Katyayani is worshipped on the sixth day in the form of Durga Maa, which is also called Mahishasur Mardini. Devotees wear orange, red, maroon, ocher or coral colour on this auspicious day.

Day 7: Blue

Worshiping Maa Kalratri on the 7th day is believed to keep away troubles. devotees wear purple, grey, blue and sky coloured clothes to seek the blessing of the goddess on this day.

Day 8: Red

Mahagauri, who is called the goddess of happiness and peace, is worshipped in the form of Maa Durga on the 8th day of Durga Puja. Devotees wear saffron, orange, pink and red coloured clothes to seek the blessings of the goddess on this day.

Day 9: Pink, Red

On the final day of Durga Puja, Maa Siddhidartri is worshipped by the devotees. Devotees wear red, pink, cream, orange clothes on this occasion.

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