As well all prepare ourselves for the upcoming festivities, we all want to make sure to celebrate Diwali with great pep and lavish. But this time as you set out to buy crackers and spend off a significant amount on them, you should probably consider a lot other alluring and economic ways and for that matter anti-pollution ways to celebrate an eco-friendly and safe Diwali!
Say no to fancy fairy lights as earthy diyas are the way. They are bio-degradable, cost-efficient and give a serene look to your home. Rather than spending bills on them, buy diyas and help the needy artisan as well. Add on contribution? Save on electricity!
BE TOGETHER, FORGET THE CRACKER
Celebrate together with your loved ones and neighbours at one place and cut down on the pollution and cost of celebrations as compared to individual celebrations. You get to bond well and probably bridge the gap between some. So amplify the excitement and see the magic happen.
CRACKER FOR THOUGHT
You have probably seen the sky turn grey the morning after the celebrations. So instead of opting for traditional crackers which emit huge amounts of pollution, go for an eco-friendly product which is made from recycled material so as to prevent deforestation. It would be a lot better if you say no to crackers altogether!
CUT DOWN THE NOISE
Avoid noise pollution from bursting crackers. The usage of loudspeakers and big speakers also worsen the situation. The noise goes beyond safe levels as well resulting in a partial hearing loss. This specifically scares off the pets as they tend to hide away from it. So be a bit considerate all you animal lovers!
MAKE THIS DIWALI COUNT
Go out and spend this Diwali with someone who has never spent it the way you always have. Don’t spend your money on unnecessary and one-time use items instead invest in what’s wise. Give priority to recyclable stuff. After housecleaning people should give away things to the needy instead of dumping them away.
As you bring a smile on someone’s face and celebrate Diwali the e-way the true reason behind it is fulfilled. Have a happy and safe Diwali!