Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of lights and crackers. It is a major festival of India, which is celebrated with great excitement and enthusiasm. The much-awaiting Diwali is celebrated on the honor of Naragasuran when he killed by the Lord Mahavishnu. As per the Hindu calendar, Diwali is celebrated on the 14th day of every Karthik Month. It is said that Lord Rama has returned to his home in Ayodhya after 14 years. Hence, people in Ayodhya celebrate this sacred day with lights, candle, and sweets. Fireworks and crackers are also added to the celebration. Kids can avail a variety of crackers during the festival time. Nowadays, Diwali becomes the main festival of burning fireworks and crackers. A huge number of people spend hundreds of thousands of rupees over fireworks. Many students didn’t realize the negative impact of burning firecrackers on the environment.
- Go Green
Burning firecrackers increase air pollution and noise pollution as well. It not just affects the environment but also your health. Protect the environment by promoting the Go Green technique is an easy way.
- Unleash Your Creativity
You can opt for eco-friendly ways to find an alternative for crackers. You can create variety of rangoli designs to decorate your houses. You can use beautiful flowers like lotus, rise, and hibiscus to add a touch of creativity. Interestingly, these beautiful flowers can later be used as natural composites for your garden.
- Present your mesmerizing gifts
Earthly diyas is a great alternative for candles and electric diyas. Earthly dias is both biodegradable and pollution free. You can create eco-friendly gifts like medicinal herbs; air-purifying plants etc and impress your friends.
Don’t use crackers indoor. Don’t keep fireworks in your pocket. Since crackers like hydrogen bombs create a dangerous effect, it must wear the dress you feel comfortable with. Make your upcoming Diwali pollution free and save your environment.