3 Ways to Celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali
An eco-friendly Diwali celebration is the best way to go when you want to celebrate the festival of lights safely and harmoniously. Amidst the blur of greetings, sweets, and crackers, we must remember what pollution can do and is already doing to our fragile atmosphere.
So, if you have been looking for eco-friendly ideas all over Google and were unable to come up with useful eco-friendly ideas, then this specific Tistabene blog should prove as a joyous read for you.
Here’s how to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali instead of celebrating one that not only burns a hole in your pocket but also makes you feel guilty about being unkind to the environment.
1. GREEN CRACKERS
A new addition to the Indian firecrackers’ circuit, green crackers come with a noble aim. They have been created in a way that causes relatively less harm to the environment and reduces the overall emission of particulate matter. It is also important to note that these green crackers will have exorbitant prices and may not be readily available in the market, and they also may be green in color (literally). But don’t you think that a high price such as this one is a small price to pay for this being one of the many eco-friendly ways to celebrate Diwali? Think about it.
2. EARTHEN DIYAS
It’s high time we understand that every little bit of what we do in favor of the environment will go a long way.
So, if you have stocked up heavily on electric Diyas in your basement or attic, just let them stay there, okay? Use earthen Diyas instead. They are natural, cost-effective, and recyclable. You can even paint a batch of earthen Diyas and gift them to guests as part of eco-friendly gifts for Diwali. This way, the environmental activist and the painter inside you will be appreciated, and you will be able to enjoy a very liberating and eco-friendly Diwali.
3. NATURAL RANGOLI COLORS
An eco-friendly Diwali celebration would be absolutely incomplete without a Rangoli that has been made using herbal colors and/or flowers instead of chemical colors. The latter has been and will always be readily available in the market, thus, tempting you to go down the easier path.
However, we are living in the 21st century- a century in which great inventions never stop unfolding and therefore, if you were to briefly browse through the internet because you intent on celebrating an eco-friendly Diwali this year, you will be able to order online products like organic powder Gulal and plant-produced colors. You can even make Rangoli colors at home because we do live in the age of DIY’s!
As you can see, with the help of this blog, we made sure that we gave you only those eco-friendly Diwali ideas that were possible and feasible. We did not promise to give you outrageous tactics that will make you an environmental savior overnight (which is impossible anyway).
Tistabene-the one and only artificial jewellery website believes that change happens one person at a time and that, this change happens gradually. So, while we are ready to get dazzled by all the lights in the sky, why don’t we make this Diwali an unforgettable one by being extremely environmentally conscious? Let’s do our part!