Diwali, The Festival of Lustre, is banging on our doors which brings peerless exhilaration and ecstasy spirit among the peeps. During Diwali, Earthen Diyas signify the end of darkness and ignorance and gladden up the atmosphere with their sparks all around.
Have we ever thought to enlighten ourselves on these festivities by celebrating an environmentally safe and eco-friendly Diwali.? Here we have come up with some ideas to encourage all of us to celebrate Eco-Friendly Diwali in a stupendous way. Let’s take an oath to celebrate Diwali Festivities without Crackers to reduce the effect of the Global Warming and to minimize the factor of Noise and Air Pollution all around. Go Green and have ‘whams’ and ‘whumps’ of jubilation without crackers.
On Diwali, we lit Diyas to remove anguish over hope and the darkness over Light on a moonless night and thus try to celebrate this gleam Fest accountably with minimal environmental upshots. Let’s take an oath to celebrate ‘Diwali’ Festivities without Crackers to reduce the effect of the Global Warming and to minimize the factor of Noise and Air Pollution all around. GO GREEN and have ‘whams’ and ‘whumps’ of jubilation without crackers this season. Celebrating ‘Diwali’ in an eco-friendly way and without Crackers, gives a sterling message of – ‘Together we are protecting NATURE’ to the society and explicitly decreasing the dangerous risk of pollution, and anxiety attacks.
This Diwali, Let the Animals and Birds Celebrate too…
Also, give a try to help Pets and Animals by celebrating a Noiseless and Pollution- Free Deepawali. We all know, All Pets get scared from Fireworks as they hate bangs and flashes of Crackers. So, Keep all your Pets inside your Home and close all the curtains and doors to make them calm and relaxed throughout the festivities.
Please keep this thing in mind that animals are not at all comfortable and feel ‘uneasy’ with the crackers noise and pollution during Diwali. Therefore, Let’s ‘MINIMAL’ the toxic and Harmful effects of Crackers and ‘MAXIMAL’ the Joy and Happiness with Earthen Lamps this Diwali. And For Dog’s Sake, Have a Noiseless Diwali.
We wish you a Green Diwali. Celebrate Nature this festival and Go Green..!!!!
Auspicious Days of Diwali 2018:
Diwali Day 1(4th Nov): Govatsa Dwadashi and Vasu Baras.
Diwali Day 2(5th Nov): Dhanteras and Yama Deepam.
Diwali Day 3(6th Nov): Narak Chaturdashi and Kali Chaudas.
Diwali Day 4(7th Nov): Laxmi Puja, Diwali Puja.
Diwali Day 5(8th Nov): Govardhan Puja/ Annakut.
Diwali Day 6(9th Nov): Bhaiya Dooj / Yama Dwitiya