I read the precious responses and understood that members are looking at this question logically and objectively.
Imagine this scenario: A blind friend of yours asks what's the color of t-shirt you are wearing because he's curious.
Well, if he was born blind, he's never seen a color, not even black. (in contrary to popular opinion, blind people don't see black, it's most likely to be green).
I view colors as emotions. Deep red as intense emotions, deep yellow as intense positivity etc..;
For an instance, if I was wearing a dark blue t-shirt when my blind friend asked, I'd say it's intensely gloomy and depressing to watch this color.
Now, he may not perceive dark blue as an answer but he definitely feels the emotion behind.
I think it's the only way to describe.
Sure, I've heard about the eyeborg device too. But it merely announces the name of the color. Not it's experience.
What good are eyes, if you could only see and not experience? You are better off blind.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.