Lets Celebrate Eco-Friendly Green Diwali
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A Deepawali for Everyone
Diwali is perhaps the most widely & enthusiastically celebrated festival in India and by Indians across the world. However, this fervour for deepawali has led to over-commercialisation of the festival, result of which diyas made by artisans got replaced by imported glittering lights, celebrations with family & friends got replaced by burning deafening & polluting fire-works, sharing affection & sweets with loved one got replaced by fast-forwarding expensive gift-packs & adulterated foods. Its time to give up the thoughtless gifting, sugar-laden foods, poisoning of air for a green & organic diwali with your loved ones, celebrating Indian festivals the Indian way. Explore the space to find simple ideas, products & recipes for celebrating an a Green Diwali.
Let’s Celebrate an Eco-Friendly Green Diwali
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Diwali is the time for festivities. The spirit of Diwali is lit by a number of factors – beautiful diyas, fairy lights, sweets, social gatherings and, of course, exchanging gifts. Diwali, the festival of lights, is a celebration that marks the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. Diwali is celebrated across all communities of India, creating a homogenous environment of goodwill and happiness. The festival of lights brings with itself the ultimate delight of triumph of lord Rama over Ravana, implicitly imparting the moral value of good over evil to the society.
Recycling and renewability are the key words today for better living. Let us all try to keep that in mind this Diwali and minimise our efforts towards causing further damage to our fragile environment. Let’s come together and celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali 2020.