Diwali, the Festival of lights, is celebrated every year with joy and gaiety. However, on the same day, the environment is also the most damaged, for which firecrackers, plastics, chemical items etc. are responsible. So why not let's celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali this time? We are telling you some work tips for how to do this.
Yes, first of all, distance yourself from firecrackers. These things can enjoy for a while, but cause great damage to the environment, which takes a long time to recover. Fireworks spread not only air pollution but also noise pollution. Not only this, it also hurts the health of the elderly and children in particular.
Distance from chemical rangoli
Chemical-colored rangoli colors are usually found in the market. Buy natural colors instead. They will certainly be a little expensive but they are the best in terms of environment and your health.
Distance from plastic flowers
Plastic flowers may come cheap but the better option is natural flowers. The biggest advantage is that these flowers are biodegradable which do not harm the environment in any way. At the same time, plastic flowers are difficult to destroy.
Use of clay lamps
Avoid excessive use of electric lights and use clay lamps instead. Use of clay lamps will help in saving electricity, which will not only reduce the bills, but you will also be able to support the lower consumption of natural sources to generate electricity.
Use of Eco-friendly items in decoration
In the market for decorations too, most items made of plastic or material that harm the environment are found. Instead, use things made from eco-friendly materials like paper craft, bamboo, mud, etc.