VINDHYA HOUSE - ORANGE
The Vindhya range of hills separates the subcontinent into northern and southern India. Both northern and southern slopes of the range have the tributaries of the river Ganga flowing through it. The house colour is ORANGE, which denotes energy, warmth and is vibrant and flamboyant. The warm colour is a stimulant and demands attention and dedication.
HIMACHAL HOUSE - WHITE
The Himalayan mountain range separates the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. The Himalaya means "the abode of snow". The entire range covers the northern part passing through five states. The colour WHITE is of innocence and truthfulness. White reflects the light of all parts of the visible spectrum equally and is not dull. White signifies calmness, coolness, purity and patience.
YAMUNA HOUSE - GREEN
Yamuna is the major river of northern India and is the largest tributary of the river Ganga. Its source is from the north of the Himalayan Mountains and flowing through different states, it merges with Ganga at Prayagraj. The GREEN colour symbolises earth, nature and life. It is considered as the colour of peace and ecology.
GANGA HOUSE - BLUE
The Ganga river is worshipped by Hindus as a Goddess. It is called the 'Holy Ganga' or 'Ganga Ma'. Along with Yamuna, it forms a large fertile Gangetic plain through north India and Bangladesh. The house colour BLUE signifies eternal peace and acknowledgement of being one with eternity and the flow of life by accepting and receiving the deep inner peace. Blue also embodies the vibration of nature, reflection of emotions, ability to communicate, to utilize knowledge.