Ways to Celebrate ECO-Friendly Diwaliby Samiksha Sharma Marketing Professional
Diwali is a festival of love, care, celebration, and extravagance. Celebrating Diwali without crackers is unimaginable then it will not be like a Diwali at all.
However, the crackers cause a lot of environmental problems and crackers which are loud causes a lot of distress for young children, pets, strays, and elderly people and it also causes a lot of environmental pollution which is caused by fumes and smoke. It is a festival of lights and there are many ways to celebrate the festival.
Diwali is definitely the most loved and important festival in India. The festival brings love, light, forgiveness and always be kind to the environment. Always remember that we cannot replace anything with the earth. So we should go green this Diwali. Here are some ways in which we can celebrate eco-friendly Diwali.
As a plan, we will always clean our area on Diwali. So will give new curtains, new decor and new paint which will brighten our home. We replace things which are old with new things and give out the things you do not use anymore to someone who can actually use it and needs it. Usually, the things which are not in use for 2–3 years will be given out to people who are in need. You should make sure that the stuff you gave out is useful to others. By giving away it means that you are making space for the universe to bring up something new.
To be eco-friendly in Diwali we should go for Diyas lights rather than electric bulbs. They can be used many times and it can be reused which is good for the environment and they are completely natural without any side effects. Candles Can be only used once and it also emits toxic air which pollutes the air because the candle is a product which is petroleum-based and does is better and prettier than other things when burned in a row and it also helps our local artisan to ear some while selling.
Make Rangolis with Flowers, Flour or Rice Products
Make Rangolis with flowers, or try to use flour and rice products. By this way, Rangolis will not only come as beautify to our houses but it will also be a way of food to birds and insects. Try to use products which are biodegradable using colors which are chemically dyed instead of using turmeric, coffee powder pr kumkum.
Go for Eco-Friendly Crackers
A 3D pair of glass is invented which will make everything looks like an explosion which will make every light around to look like an explosion when worn. The people work in the environmental area calls it patacasey and it is both noise-free and pollution-free and it is like another electric firecracker that will make a sound like a real cracker which will not explode and it can be used repeatedly.
Avoid Plastic Wrappings
Diwali means the celebration with gifts and sweets. To keep in environment-friendly try not to use plastic wrapping. Try using paper wrapping or newspaper as gift wrap.
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