THERE IS SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL ABOUT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. AS ALL INDIANS ARE IN A FESTIVE MOOD TO CELEBRATE DIWALI WITH LOT OF REVELRIES. LET US TAKE A STEP AHEAD AND MAKE THIS DIWALI A NOISELESS & POLLUTION FREE DIWALI.

Diwali is known as the festival of light and happiness also it holds an important place for the Indians. Since the traditional era, people celebrate this festival with vigour and cheerfulness.  The whole city is beamed with lights and candles, to symbolize the triumph of good over evil.  The families spend most of the day cleaning the houses, wearing new clothes and decorating it before the evening. However, Diwali, in the traditional sense, has little to do with fireworks. Today’s young generation has a different perception, for them without burning a cracker, Diwali is incomplete. Due to this, it affects the air quality and impairs the health.

We can enjoy this festival with lots of fun without harming the ecosystem. Here are a few methods in which one can celebrate eco-friendly and pollution free Diwali.

  1. Say ‘No’ to Crackers: Burning firecrackers undoubtedly gives you pleasure for a while. Bursting crackers makes the air hazy and polluted as it is the main cause of pollution after Diwali. You can have a bonfire instead of burning cracker.
  2. Say ‘Yes’ to Organic Colours: The custom of rangoli making is centuries old. In the traditional era, people used items like pulses, rice, flowers, turmeric, cloves and different colours of flowers etc. for making rangoli. But now these elements have been replaced by chemical based colours. To celebrate eco-friendly rangoli, it is important that we should again adopt earlier ways of making rangoli.
  3. Ditch ElectricalDiyas and Lamps: The celebration of Diwali is incomplete without diyas and lights. Instead of using Led and electrical lights we can use earthen diyas to enhance our houses.
  4. Go “For” Homemade Sweets: no celebration is complete without sweets. A lot of adulteration takes places due to the artificial colours in commercial sweets. It is better to prepare homemade food during the festival season.

Everyone can make good memories by spending valuable time with our families and at the same time, we all can have fun too. Let’s all take the pledge to celebrate this Diwali eco-friendly and pollution free.

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