“Like every year, Below are Navratri festival colours for this year 2018, These 9 colours are to be followed from day 1 starting 10th October till 18th October 2018 in Mumbai (and overall Maharashtra) and Gujarat states. Citizens follows and wears dress, saree and other outfits according to the below listed colours for each day.”
Navratri Festival 2018
Navratri Festival 2018
Festival of Dance in India, Navratri (9 Nights & 10 Days) brings in joy and happiness with religious significance praising Goddess Durga fighting evil for all these 10 days. Usually starts around September & October month every year. Main attractions being Garba & Dandiya dance and 9 days dressing colours to be followed.
Navratri Venues are famous Navrati garba dance locations in Mumbai.This year Festival starts from October 10th to October 18th, 2018.
According to Tithi, Below are Navratri 9 days Names in Sanskrit language :
- 1st Day is called Pratipada
- 2nd Day is called Dwitiya
- 3rd Day is called Tritiya
- 4th Day is called Chaturthi
- 5th Day is called Panchami
- 6th Day is called Sashti
- 7th Day is called Saptami
- 8th Day is called Ashtami
- 9th Day is called Navami
9 Days Colours for 2018
Below Colours are followed by major cities of Maharashtra like Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Kolhapur and Jalgaon and also Gujarat state cities like Surat, Bharuch, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad and Others
Various Colour Dressing Pictures in Groups
Dress Colours Psychology and Significance
Yellow colour represents energy, happiness and so is also known to be good on stimulating mental energy. Avoid dark yellow as as it gives a disturbing effect to eyes. And those of you who looking for some attention wearing a beautiful dress or saree should wear a bright (Not Dark) yellow colour during the day.
Wearing green colour dress will give a feeling of Eco-Friendliness, Both with light and dark shades this year. Green in all its shades resembles soothing, harmony and fertility and so it is called the colour of nature. Women have lots of choice wearing green colour traditional dresses or just a beautiful top with denim jeans.
It is a cool and balanced colour and goes best with other colour shades in dresses. Wearing major portion of dress colour as Grey and less of other colour combination looks best, balance your accessories, shoes etc with this moody colour. You can also try shout out with some dark accessories or silver wearing with grey.
A tip, Orange goes great with black and a double colour top with a denim below will look awesome without any accessories. Every colour radiates some energy and is associated with some kind of emotions, Orange colour represents creativity and enthusiasm and is one best colour for attraction in crowd.
White signifies a colour of perfection, purity and peace. Wearing a white colour dress or a saree on Navratri will sure give a feel of peace and harmony with a joyful day as seeing white outfits in varieties all around in groups is a feel good. Energy level on this day will be soothing and high all around.
A beautiful long red colour dress on a graceful persona catches many eyes. Red is a colour that signifies power, danger, brightness. It is also said that it affects human respiratory (Heart beats rates and blood pressure). So girls wearing red will pull up blood pressure and heart beats of many males in no time.
Navratri with a Royal blue colour dress or saree as outfit can make you feel superior as said significantly about this colour. Mumbai will sure bring out best of denim outfits, casual wears among youths in colloge and some bright beautiful dresses be also seen on railway platforms, local trains and offices. Royal blue can be a bright or a dark shade too.
Pink colour is playful, sweet, romantic and looking cute. Its a colour signifying universal love, So let love fill in Mumbai city heart all around. For all you mothers out there with your cute and beautiful kids, Its a day to look the best with matching outfits with your babies.
Purple symbolizes luxury and power. This colour is associated with royalty too.