Diwali Celebrations 2021: Celebrate Eco-Friendly Diwali
Diwali Celebrations 2021: Eco-Friendly Diwali , The festival of Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm in India. On this day, in the ocean of light, the whole country is lit up with innumerable lamps and strings. People also express their happiness with firecrackers. But do you know how much pollution is spread by these firecrackers? Not only this, the risk of many health problems also increases due to firecrackers. Patients suffer the most from the toxic fumes of firecrackers. Apart from this, as much pollution as occurs in many months on normal days, there is more pollution on the day of Diwali.
Some people also say that apart from firecrackers, there are many other things which cause pollution. Yes, you are absolutely right, of course, only firecrackers do not cause pollution, but every year before Diwali, due to many reasons, pollution increases so much that it becomes necessary to curb it. That is, our nature, environment and humans are not in a position to bear the pressure of increasing pollution.
Today there is a different kind of thought process regarding firecrackers and pollution and we know what is the level of pollution not only in Delhi-NCR but all over the world. There is a new kind of awareness on this issue around the world. Growing up, I have seen a lot change in the last 10-12 years. Now we are all grown up and know what is right and what is wrong. There is also a sense of responsibility. We know how we can contribute to make the world pollution-free and beautiful.
Today people are aware of these things and they are standing up for the environment around them. However, the number of such people is still small. Currently, the prices of firecrackers are also touching the sky, which also shakes our monthly budget. The firecrackers which were available for 10 rupees 10 years ago, now their price has reached 70 to 80 rupees. 10 years ago, those who used to burst crackers full of bags, they also have to be content with only a few boxes in this inflationary era.
It is also absolutely true that the harm caused by bursting firecrackers is more than the benefit of not bursting it. Therefore, just as the lamp, which is synonymous with light, burns with full hope and enthusiasm by lighting up all our lives, spreading our lives, in the same way why don’t we also light the light of celebrating a pollution-free Diwali this time with a little understanding.
This task is not difficult, you can double the joy of Diwali by trying to celebrate pollution-free Diwali with a little prudence and understanding. Since Diwali is a festival of lights, the best option may be to avoid crackers. Deciding not to buy firecrackers will save you pocket money as well as contribute in keeping the environment safe. But sometimes for the happiness of the family or on the insistence of the children, one has to buy firecrackers. But there are some other ways by adopting which the festival of Diwali can be celebrated by saving the expenditure on crackers.
5 Ways To Become Eco Friendly (Pradushan Rahit Diwali) and Save Money this Diwali
Understand your need:
The most important thing is to buy only pollution-free crackers, as well as understand whether you need firecrackers or not and if so how much. Because sometimes it happens that people buy firecrackers in each other’s sight, while they do not even need more firecrackers. So buy as many crackers as you need. This will not waste your money i.e. save money by understanding your needs.
Buy last minute:
If you need firecrackers in large quantity, then you can consider buying at wholesale price and last minute because at this time the shopkeeper wants to finish his stock thinking that there is no firecrackers left. By buying at such a time, you will get a good discount on firecrackers and your savings will be saved.
So whether you can buy crackers or not, a good way to save pocket can be to enjoy watching others burn crackers. No one can stop you for that. Some firecrackers are such that they shine in the sky above and are captivating to everyone’s mind.
Avoid illegal fireworks:
Avoid buying many illegal fireworks which are available at low prices. Every year thousands of people get burnt by firecrackers. Hundreds of people become disabled. Therefore, avoid buying such firecrackers in the guise of cheap and make this festival of lights accident-free. By considering these things, you can reduce the cost of firecrackers.
Some precautions in Diwali:
- Light firecrackers only in an open place.
- Light the firecrackers from a distance. It would be better to burn firecrackers by tying a candle or incense stick to a tall stick.
- Do not allow children to burn crackers alone.
- Keep 2-3 buckets of water for use at the time of an accident.