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    inside the house. Use open grounds to light fireworks – never light them in balconies or near buildings. Precautions against Noise pollution | | The use of fire crackers during the festive season of Dussehra and Diwali pose health hazards causing noise and air pollution.  Noise pollution can...
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  • Pollution Due to Diwali
    year. Whatever you say, Diwali, along with bunch of other festivals & functions, are tagged with some key words – crackers, pollutions, global warming & noise. However we celebrate this Diwali; we can’t remove these tags from the festival. I remember last year I had posted a post on why not to use...
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  • Auspicious Diwali
    and start bursting crackers 10 days before!!On Diwali day I get up early bathe my self and have some delicious "PENNY"(traditional sweet of Diwali) and perform Lakshmi Pooja. And I will lit some diyas and burst a lot of crackers!!After Diwali is over, i miss it a lot! Diwali Preparations in...
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  • diwali
    negligence. Along with themselves they harm our surroundings by air and sound pollution. The garbage caused by crackers is a major problem. Every year we can see hundreds of cases of unfortunate accidents caused by crackers. For children Diwali means new clothes, lots of sweets and bursting of crackers...
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  • Diwali
    , betel nuts, plaintain fruits, flowers, sandal paste, kumkum, gingelly oil, turmeric powder, scented powder are kept. Crackers and new dresses are placed in a plate after smearing a little kumkum or sandal paste. Diwali does not coincide with the beginning of a new year as South Indians follow a...
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  • Festival
    atheist, I also like this festival as it lights up the world. But along with bit happiness for the arrival of Diwali, I get lots of worry every year. Whatever you say, Diwali, along with bunch of other festivals & functions, are tagged with some key words – crackers, pollutions, global warming...
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  • Deepawali
    closer to divinity. During Diwali, lights illuminate every corner of India and the scent of incense sticks hangs in the air, mingled with the sounds of fire-crackers, joy, togetherness and hope. Diwali is celebrated around the globe. Outside India, it is more than a Hindu festival, it's a celebration of...
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  • Visit to Zoo
    earthen lamps (diyas), and decorated the entire city in the grandest manner. Year after year this homecoming of Lord Rama is commemorated on Diwali with lights, fireworks, bursting of crackers and merriment. The festival gets its name Deepawali, or Diwali, from the rows (avali) of lamps (deepa) that...
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  • Diwali -the Festival of Lights
    . Diwali is a time for fun and joy. On Diwali kids light firecrackers and everyone enjoys. Diwali in the Modern World A growing number of scholars and people debate the need and justification of using fire crackers to celebrate Diwali for a number of reasons. One is the amount of money that goes...
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  • My Favourite Festival
    Diwali because there are many cases of children and even adults getting burnt while bursting crackers and houses burnt. Gambling is also common on Diwali day. However, this mars the spirit of the festival. People could simply play cards, but drinking and gambling could be corrupting influences and...
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  • diwali
    are distributed. Laxmi Puja is performed in the evening and blessings of Goddess of Wealth is seeked. People present diwali gifts to their near and dear ones. Earlier, it was celebrated with diyas but slowly it took the form of lights, lighting lamps, candles and crackers. Now a days, people burn...
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  • Essay on Diwali
    such as lightings, crackers, cleanliness, colorful rangoli making, social gatherings to exchange greetings and sharing sweets with your loved ones. Diwali is a festival filled with spiritualism and religious activities, such as worship of Goddess Lakshmi, worship of Lord Ganesha, worship of Ma Kali...
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  • Ban Fire Crackers
    nothing more than garbage. Be smart, be civilized, use your knowledge, don’t worry about what others think, don’t care about society, & DON’T USE CRACKER. Let each one of us take a pledge this Diwali to say NO to firecrackers and invest in a safer and greener future. Diwali is the festival of lights and we must enlighten our lives with the sparkle of joy and goodwill, forget past grievances and look ahead towards a brighter and happier future. ...
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  • Diwali
    Many festivals are celebrated in India. Diwali is the most important festival of India. It is a festival of Hindus but everyone participates in it. It is called Deepawali also. This festival falls in October or in the first week of November. When Lord Rama killed the Ravana-symbol of sin-and...
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  • Diwali Festival
    colourful lights, lots of sweets,joy and fun. Schools are closed for ten to fifteen days all over the India. A special interest for children on Diwali is the bursting of crackers. Sparklers light up the sky. People greet each other with joy and sweets are exchanged....
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  • Diwali
    that would allure goddess Laksmi to visit one’s home and bring prosperity along with her. Customs: There are numerous customs and traditions associated with Diwali, namely, burning of crackers, playing cards, lightning of lamps, wearing new clothes, distribution of sweets, exchange of gifts etc...
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  • Diwali Festival
    Diwali is an annual festival of Hindus. Generally it falls during the month of October or November. Hindus throughout India celebrate this festival with great joy. The festival of Diwali has a religious sanction behind it. It was on this day thousands of years ago that Shri Ram Chandra set foot...
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  • Nnone
    Many interesting rituals and traditions have been attached to the celebrations of Diwali. It is a five-day long festival, which is celebrated with fun and fervor. The blissful festival calls for the exchange of gifts, sweets and heartfelt wishes. Fire crackers are burst and people enjoy wearing new...
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  • diwali
    worship the god Ganesh during the Diwali. Hindus celebrate the festival by lighting up candles and letting fire crackers off. Mandir decorated with lights during DipavaliFirecrackers, which use sulphur and paper, put sulphur dioxide and charcoal into the air so crackers are now forbidden in silent...
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  • Diwali Is the Festival Closet to My Heart
    , another drop in the ocean shouldn’t matter much. Diwali is the festival of lights and crackers constitute its focal point. The onus is upon us to celebrate responsibly by staying within the decibel limit. Otherwise we can keep these debates aside for one day and indulge in the ultimate aesthetic and entertaining aspect of this festival – crackers! About these ads...
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