Eco-Friendly Diwali Celebration Tips
Oct18

Eco-Friendly Diwali Celebration Tips

Diwali – The festival of lights! Celebrated every year with immense zeal and fervor, Diwali is one of the most popular festivals in India, signifying the victory of good over evil. So, why blemish the charm of this beautiful occasion with noisy fire crackers and electric illumination that takes a toll on the environment and subsequently on human life? Why let the evil overpower the good? The celebratory spirit and enthusiasm that Diwali brings is unmatched. Diwali celebration with family and friends has its own charisma. But amid this fervor and enthrall, how “green” is your Diwali? A beautiful festival celebrated with diyas and delicious home-made sweets has drastically transformed to being one of splurging, nasty fire crackers, and trend of decorating houses with electric illuminations. And all these items only puts added burden on the environment. The festive spirit and excitement of Diwali shouldn’t soften, but make sure that you celebrate the festival in a safe and eco-friendly manner. Here are some valuable eco-friendly Diwali celebration tips for you. Crack it Wise Diwali without fire crackers seems incomplete, right? We aren’t recommending cutting off completely on fireworks this Diwali, but you can certainly crack it thoughtfully. Fire crackers cause pollution that not only damages environment’s poise, but also puts human life at stake. Instead of traditional noisy crackers, go for eco-friendly products this year that are made from environment friendly recycled papers. The sound produced by these fire crackers is within the decibel limit suggested by the Central Pollution Control Board and also has less harmful effects on the environment and human life. The crackers produce different colored lights and paper fluffers on bursting, instead of sound. Celebrate Together Diwali is best celebrated with family and friends together. So, why not get together with your relatives, neighbors and friends at one place and celebrate the festival of lights. Celebrating together is a tactical way of minimizing the cost of the Diwali celebration as well as reducing the extent of pollution as caused by individual celebrations. Needless to say, this also adds more fun, excitement, and bonding among each other. Decorate Your Home with Diyas Go earthy this Diwali. Instead of using electric lights to illuminate your home, decorate beautifully with diyas and candles. This way you can cut down on electricity consumption and also causes less environmental pollution. The exquisite diyas and candles also look extremely pretty, enhancing the charm and beauty of the occasion. Otherwise, you can also illuminate your home with LED lights that cut down energy consumption by at least 80%. Moreover, LED lights now come in different hues that will further enhance the aesthetic...

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