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Diwali and Environment A Celebration Of Joy
Diwali and Environment is the current issue to discuss. Diwali is a Hindu festival celebrated all over India in October and November months.
Also known as Festival of Lights, which is celebrated with much pomp and splendor.
In other words, Diwali means “Row of Lights”
It is associated with Hindu goddess Lakshmi symbolizes prosperity. It is also known as the beginning of the financial year in India.
Diwali significance the victory of light over darkness, or good over evil, righteousness over treachery, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair, truth over falsehood.
One of the major festival celebrations in India,
People express their joy by bursting crackers, In some places, this happens in a competitive spirit.
Of course in the joyous mood, this may happen quite often!
Diwali and Environment A Serious Thought…
But in this post, I would like to bring out a serious thought on this celebration.
Yes, let us celebrate this Diwali without hurting our nature! Let us make note that how much damage we are adding to nature by bursting crackers.
Our natural resources are perishing due to already existing heavy heat which we ourselves produce in different means which in most cases we cannot control or can avoid.Diwali celebrations, few serious thoughts to look into... via Philipscom Click To Tweet
One such thing is bursting crackers on this season.
But at this juncture, let us make a decision to celebrate this Diwali without bursting crackers and save our environment and save ourselves and our future generation from that alarming calamity called “Global Warming”!
I hope my celebrating fellow beings, my beloved friends and families take this seriously in its better sense and enjoy the festival without bursting crackers. :-)
Diwali and Environment, Let us Think On Differently
Why can’t we think in a different way?
Check out the following lines.
Based on the serious impact crackers can make on us and on our environment we need to change our lifestyle or concept on this celebration.
Why can’t we share the money we spent on crackers to a person who is struggling for a day’s meal.
When many around us are suffering for a day’s meal how can we spend such a lot of money just buying crackers!
Let us think differently, with the money we spent on crackers, we can purchase different gifts like useful books, gadgets, utensils, or clothes and various other things which is useful for our children and for others who are very much needy.
If we have excess money to spend can’t we donate that to the different organizations that are doing worthy service to the needy people in our society?
That amount can be earmarked and donate to such societies. Or you can buy these items and donate it directly to such organizations, or societies. Or you can directly hand over this to such needy people. Let us think on these lines very seriously.
Diwali and Environment, Let us Cultivate A New Habit In Our Children
Let this Diwali, celebrate with our children by giving something they can nurture and grow.
Burning crackers will only give some temporary enjoyment instead of that, why can’t we buy some anti-pollution plants like ferns or ivy which purifies the air.
By doing this, we can cultivate a habit in them to curtail air pollution.
This will surely be a good idea to educate our little ones to think in a different way about the environmental health of our nature.In this festive season let us cultivate a habit in our children to curtail air pollution by planting saplings Click To Tweet
Diwali and Environment, Have A Glance At This Photo Album
The other day I received a wonderful gift (APhoto Album) from one of my friends’.
I found great truth in it!
I am so glad to post that here!
In fact, these pictures speak volumes!
Have a wonderful and joyous time ahead in this week of celebrations!
Without polluting the air let us keep our environment neat and clean!
If we do this way, it is for sure, we will be saving our future generation.
Read an article on protecting our natural resources, Please don’t destroy them!
Also, please have a look at this post Let us save our environment
Season’s Greetings to All my fellow citizens.
Have a Great Time Of Celebrations Ahead!
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Here is an invite/call to join in such a similar initiative: Growing up, Diwali used to be my favourite festival – the mithais, the hanging of lights, the flower decorations, the colourful rangolis, seeing the night sky lit up with fireworks – Diwali was a magical festival in every way. But with the exponential increase in pollution with each passing year, it has become the time of the year which I dread… To Read On Please Click On Th Below Link:
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SOME SCIENTIFIC FACTS TO NOTE:
* Chemical fireworks have an impact on human health and cause all kinds of breathing difficulties.
* The residue from these crackers seep into the groundwater contaminating it.
* White smoke that emanates from the fireworks circulates in the air.
* Loved noise associated with bursting crackers can cause neurological disorders, especially in the elderly and infants.
* Pets like dogs, cats and even birds are adversely affected when we burst crackers.
Courtesy: A Times of India Report, New Delhi
Published on: Oct 23, 2014 @ 22:27
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