# 1 yellow
yellow is sacred and represent the balance of life. Yellow share the same healing qualities as the sun,emanating warmth, optimism and light. Yellow is the color of spring and is worn to celebrate the Hindu festival Vasant panchami.
# 2 RED
Red is dynamic and constantly breathing fire in the eyes of the beholder.It is associated with one of the most revered goddesses in Hindu mythology Durga.Red also stands for nobility and is the preferred colour for a bride's garment. Red has a deep meaning in the Indian psyche.
# 3 Saffron :::
Saffron represents fire and as impurities are burnt by fire.this colour symbolises purity. It also represents religious abstinence. saffron connotes a sacred meaning. wearing saffron symbolizes the quest for light.
# 4 BLUE :::
Blue represent power of life, it is also the colour of water.water is a vital resource for an agricultural nation like india as it sustains all life on earth.Anything infinite is represented by blue,such the ocean and sky,this is also why Krishna is depicted in blue.
# 5 Purple :::
purple relates to the imagination and spirituality. it stimulates the imagination and inspires high ideals.it is an introspective colour, allowing us to get in touch with our deeper thoughts.
# 6 GOLD :::
Gold is the colour of success, achievement and triumph. gold adds richness and warmth to everything with which it is associated it illuminates and enhances other things around it.
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# 7 silver :::
Silver opens the mind and lights the way forward. This colour is very versatile shiny,modern and hitech on one hand and alluring, sparkling and elegant on the other.
# 8 GREEN :::
In India, the green of harvest signifies happiness and new beginnings,Green appears in innumerable shades.The seamless presence of many hues mirrors mother nature's love for harmony and tolerance for differences .Therefore green is manifestation of greatness.
# 9 BLACK :::
In India, though black is often associated with darkness, surprisingly the same colour is used as an antidote to ward of evil. Hence people use objects made of black and hang them outside their homes to prevent evil from entering the house. Even Black cotton strings are tied on the wrist to fight negativity.
# 10 BROWN :::
- Brown is a serious, down to earth colour signifying stability, structure and support. Brown is associated with wholesome, natural and organic produce and anything related to the great outdoors, agriculture and farming