One of the most popular and auspicious festivals of India is about to knock on your doors to give you joy, happiness, prosperity, and much more in your life. Diwali is a festival of lights, people say on this day Lord Rama came back to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile living in the forest.
People clean their houses, paint them with beautiful colours, and decorate houses with beautiful thorns and diyas which spreads positivity around you. People exchange gifts, sweets, and cut cakes on this day and to make this festival more interesting and joyful people send gifts and cakes to their friends, family members, relatives.
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THINGS TO DO, TO MAKE THIS DIWALI MORE SPECIAL
- Buy diyas from roadside sellers because roadside sellers directly sell to you, so it’s cheaper and made up of pure soil.
- Send plants to family, friends, and relatives as a gift which will be very helpful for them as well as send a good message to society.
- Try for homemade cakes which are more healthy, hygienic, and fresh as compared to those bakery cakes which encourage homemade bakers to give their best.
- Avoid firecrackers, One of the major causes of pollution on Diwali is the bursting of firecrackers. So, to ensure that this Diwali you go green, you must say no to firecrackers. Because it not only produce air pollution but also creates noise pollution.
- Use organic colours instead of using harmful chemical colours which will not harm the environment and also last long. You can also use natural ingredients that can work as a substitute for Rangoli colours. You can use pulses, turmeric, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, and rice for different colours.
- You can also distribute your old clothes which are good in condition but we don’t wear them to poor people.
- You can also plant plants, which will be helpful for the environment.
- Diwali is also known as the festival of lights that symbolizes diminishing darkness with the bright light and good over evil.
Basically, Diwali is a festival of joy and happiness that spreads positivity. So, on this Diwali, you can help poor people in any way which gives you joy, happiness and well wishes from them which will make your Diwali more special.