Day 6 of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani. It was believed that Maa Katyayani was created from the combined energies of the Gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva to destroy the Mahishasur. That’s why Maa Katyayani is also known as Mahishasur Mardini.
Nine Days Nine Colours
Day 1 â€“Goddess Shailputri â€“ White
Day 2 â€“ Goddess Brahmacharini â€“ Red
Day 3 â€“ Goddess Chandraghanta â€“ Royal blue
Day 4 â€“ Goddess Kushmandaâ€“ Yellow
Day 5 â€“ Goddess Skandamata â€“ Green
Day 6 â€“ Goddess Katyayani â€“ Grey
Day 7 â€“ Goddess Kaalratri â€“ Orange
Day 8 â€“ Goddess Mahagauriâ€“ Peacock green
Day 9 â€“ Goddess Siddhidatri â€“ Pink
Significance of Nine Colours of Navratri
ï‚· White represents purity and innocence
ï‚· Red represents love and action
ï‚· Royal blue represents wisdom
ï‚· Yellow represents festive cheer and happiness.
ï‚· Green is for growth and fertility
ï‚· Grey represents the balance of emotions.
ï‚· Orange for warmth and positive energy
ï‚· Peacock green for uniqueness and individuality;
ï‚· Pink is for love, affection, and harmony.