Want to enjoy this Diwali 2021 eco-friendly celebration?

With PM Modi’s recent appeal, it is clear that with ‘Made in India’ and products will witness new heights. He has even encouraged the establishment of ‘Vocal for Local’. As the landscape changed, Prime Minister Modi added that when it came to optimism, various other countries would loop-in for its products and services. But, with the passage of time, ‘Made in India’ has improved many families for a better life. So, with the national appeal that will help our economy win bread and butter for many more in the days to come. It’s time to dump her and move on.

Celebrate eco-friendly Diwali

Is green Diwali dull?

No, it’s as beautiful and shiny as ever. There is no such difference. As it supports the environment, it also makes no hole in your pocket when preparing to buy firecrackers for an eco-friendly celebration.

According to government plans, green Diwali or eco-friendly celebrations will help reduce pollution during the festival. At the same time, there will be less health problems among the people.

Since it is dedicated to the environment and its sustainability. You can actually keep your family safe and keep them away from loud noises. It will scare your adults, children and even pets. Creating widespread awareness / buzz around the social welfare of the people, the focus is on eco-friendly festivals in India. Starting from the local soil Jazz Avoiding crackers, not forgetting organic rangoli and making homemade sweets are some of the things without which the green Diwali sting is incomplete.

This festival is the way to celebrate Green Diwali

Local-earthen-lamps for Diwali

Encourage the use of local earthen lamps

Yes, one should. Why Hop and Buy that POP (Plaster-of-Paris) Diya Which can be colorful to look at. But, did you know that they do not dissolve in water (after your use)? These pollute the environment and water bodies. On the other hand, it is time to celebrate eco-friendly festivals in India. You can opt-in for locally created Jazz (Which you can draw and decorate), make sweets at home (which will stay away from adulteration and have magic on your hands), make rangoli with organic colors and flower petals (which will look more ethnic than stickers).


Make organic rangoli

Well, if you are visiting India for the first time and want to know how to celebrate eco-friendly Diwali? Then the whole celebration started from making rangoli. It creates a sense of positivity at home and around. Starting with organic colors and flowers will create excitement among the rangoli makers which will encourage the festival as a big picture.

For home decor-rangoli

Upscale your home decor

Well, when it comes to home beautification, there is nothing better than cleaning the house during Diwali. With the idea of ​​an eco-friendly celebration in mind, you can start your cleansing first. Remove clutter, broken items or arrange wardrobes and cabinets. You can even upgrade sofa furniture for a new approach to home decor. Don’t forget to decorate the house with LED fairy lights, traditional lanterns, multi-colored light bulbs, LED light candles and much more.


Dare to say ‘no to crackers’

Yes, after all, Diwali is not a festival of lights and firecrackers. The eco-friendly celebration itself speaks of choosing a native thing for a better tomorrow. So, why not go back to the basics? Opt-in for mud Jazz And fill it with ghee or mustard oil, leaving a cotton ball to illuminate it. Encourage your kids to take part in the event.


Choose to go for local food

Well, have you heard of any festivals without food? No! The same goes for Diwali food and communion. Delicious food and a variety of food adds to the excitement of the occasion. To promote eco-friendly festivals in India, you can choose to make dal bati churma, paneer, kheer, puri, laddu, samosa, shahi tukda and ki na. The list is endless.

How do you make sure the celebrations are all eco-friendly?

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