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Eco Friendly Diwali 2019 – Celebrations

People are usually busy these days as this month is full of festivities. Even the kids can sense that. They love the lights and happiness in the air. After celebrating many festivals in last few weeks the grand one is yet to come. – Diwali.

People keep a fanatic  week planned for same. This is very normal for Hindu people. They love to celebrate each and every festival completely.

How to celebrate Eco Friendly Diwali

If going green for Diwali and not using crackers keeps Diwali celebrations little incomplete, let us do it for our future (children) betterment and clean environment .

According to few, Diwali devoid of fireworks is considered incomplete.

Let’s explore why should we say no to crackers .

  • It creates Smog.
  • It leads to Fire Accidents.
  • Other living beings(Aged/Babies/Pregnant ladies/Asthma patients) and Pets get affected the most.
  • Land pollution from left over and burnt crackers and Noise pollution.
  • Child Labor.
  • Harmful air to breathe.

so the question here is :

Why can’t we refrain ourselves from bursting crackers this Diwali 2019?

For the environment, for our loved ones, for our pets.

Will we keep Diwali incomplete if it is considered so , without crackers?

Why do we celebrate Diwali?

Diwali is a special one for us as it brings memories from our childhood. Diwali means a “row of lamps” in Sanskrit. It is celebrated for the return of Lord Rama, with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman from 14 years exile and a war in which he vanquished the king Ravana.

This festival celebrates new beginning, the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness.

Tips to go green for Diwali

You can  go for green Diwali by doing your bit of contribution in saving  and making environment safe for you and your fellow living beings.

It’s easy and enjoyable to follow the following ways to make it exciting :

  • Choose Earthen lamps – No pollution and gives a different look.set them in alluring patterns.
  • Handmade cards and gifts – Go for economic and better sentimental values gifts for your near and dear ones.
  • Give your home a natural aroma. Use scented candle and incense sticks.
  • Rangoli – Use Eco friendly Rangoli colors for your homes and intricate different rangoli patterns to welcome goddess Lakshmi.
  • Make other’s Diwali beautiful – do some charity work.donate your unwanted but good in condition things to needy ones.keep your vehicles stocked with small boxes of sweets, chocolates, crayons, toys or knick-knacks that can be them to the kids who sell toys at signal or the people who sits at the street side with a wicker basket of veggies.
  • Arrange a party at your place in evening and eat sweets together. Enjoy with friends and family by visiting them .
  • Make sure to clean up and sweep the garbage if any.

How to celebrate Diwali

Of late, many have found a different way of celebrating this festival; they head off to different locations in the country or the world and celebrate the festival in a different manner there. India has some exotic destinations that must be explored to get a different feel of the festival altogether.

Whichever way you celebrate Diwali, make sure you watch it in wonder as it gives us the gift of togetherness, happiness, teamwork and memories that lasts forever.

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Nice one preeti..keep it up!


Thanks dear😘😘😘 Happy Diwali in Advance 😊😊


I completely agree and we have been celebrating without firecrackers since a few years now.


Is it! Great. Thanks for following it- from fellow beings. You’re an inspiration for future generations.


India is a country of festivals…that is the reason why we are known for…but with this new year celebration add green color & go for green diwali , no to crackers. Let’s reinvent this diwali by spreading love not pollution…great thought Preeti…Happy Diwali!!!!


Happy Diwali to you too. Proud to be Indian and proud of our culture. High five

Sapna Krishnan

I am so glad you planned for a Green Diwali. One person at a time and I am sure things will slowly begin to change for the good. Hope you have an amazing Diwali.


Happy Diwali! Green Diwali is the way to go! Have fun


Thanks n happy Green Diwali to you too 😄