Diwali is a significant festival in Indian culture. As the festival is nearing, many people have already begun making preparations for the carnival of lights. Diwali! The festival which celebrates the triumph of good over evil, right over wrong, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance, provides a reason to enjoy, socialise, and share happiness, as well as a purpose for traditional Diwali decoration!
This Diwali, let’s vow to be responsible and produce less trash and pollution. Given the current situation, which has transformed a vast section of the country into a gas chamber, an eco-friendly Diwali is a way to go if you want to experience the genuine spirit of the festival. Diwali is more than a celebration; it is a chance to get together and share your creative artistic abilities with friends and family.
Decorating the home is a lovely Diwali tradition. When purchasing Diwali decorations, make sure the materials are eco-friendly. Instead of buying plastic decor, opt for natural flowers or you can even recycle old dupattas and sarees to make colourful curtains. Send a seed or sapling with each present so that even if just one person grows it, you have introduced new plants to the earth and made it a green Diwali.
You can use these Diwali decorations to start new beginnings for eco-friendly living: