Disadvantages Of Bursting Crackers Essays and Term Papers

  • Ban Fire Crackers

    Diwali is celebrated with great vigour all across the nation. Bursting firecrackers is a tradition on Diwali. Diwali is also known as Deepavali in India. Firecrackers! Just the term creates joy and excitement in one’s mind. The heart flutters with thrill and enthusiasm developed by the sight those colorful...

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  • Diwali festival

    with torans of mango leaves and marigolds; 7) Rangolis are drawn with different colored powders to welcome guests; 8) Exchange sweets and gifts; 9)Bursting firecrackers. 1)Going out to purchase necessities for the New Year; 2)Completely clean the indoors and outdoors of their home as well as their clothes...

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  • Farewell

    homes. The entire house is cleaned and new clothes are purchased for the entire family which is followed by lighting of oil lamps around the house and bursting firecrackers. The tradition in Kannada families is that all members gather together for the three days celebration. The thirteenth day of the Krishna...

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  • Deepavali

    major excitement for Deepavali is the bursting of crackers and fireworks. This year we burst lot of crackers. Earlier I used to be afraid of crackers. Now I have got over the fear of bursting crackers. My parents tell me that I have to be very careful while bursting. I followed their advice and there was...

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  • My Favourite Festival

    sweets and crackers. The shops on the streets are lighted with colourful bulbs and one always finds a crowd of people shopping there. As the evening approaches the houses are lit with candles and electric lights. Children burst crackers. One hears the sound of loud bombs and smaller crackers from all...

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  • Study

    the life of different peoples from different communities of India. Crackers hold a fascination for both young and old alike. Crackers of varied colors and sounds fill the skies heralding India’s favorite festival. But these crackers spoil our environment by causing noise and air pollution and also affect...

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  • Does Diwali Mean Pollution?

    state of mind of many students like me at the moment. We study E.V.S to save the environment and on the other side we litter things and burn loads of crackers on festivals like diwali and destroy mother earth on the name of celebration and fun. We have misunderstood the meaning of diwali.This festival is...

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  • Visit to Zoo

    “an array of lights” and signifies the victory of brightness over darkness It is commonly celebrated by decorating homes with lamps and candles, bursting of firecrackers and sparklers, eating sweets and other mouthwatering dishes, praying to Gods and Goddesses, observing religious rituals, wearing new...

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  • descriptive essay

    part of this festival is bursting of crackers. There are plenty kind of crackers, but I like rocket and Vishnu-bar most. I am really excited while bursting rocket because it directly goes upwards with vivid colors and zooyi sound. It’s really a beautiful scene when all the crackers bursted and emits bright...

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  • Diwali Is the Festival Closet to My Heart

    significant and traditional part of this festival is crackers. They have only evolved over the years and presently you’ll be spoilt for choice shopping for them. However some enlightened minds have planted the seed of a polemic whether these crackers should be banned or not. India is witnessing a sorry...

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  • impact of festivals on environment

    our big cities. This levelsees a quantum jump during festivals, the main culprits being crackers, inflammablesubstances, and artificial colors. Pollution due to festivals Air Pollution due to smoke of crackers. Water Pollution due to immerging statues of God and Goddess made of artificialor synthetic...

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  • diwali

    same throughout “Good conquering Evil”. All the rituals have a story behind them. The best thing of the festival is the family gatherings, sweets, crackers, lighting the lamps in the evening and a lot more. Though it is a very joyous and colourful festival it is also a festival of tragedy as there are...

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  • Festival

    people wear new clothes. businessman start their new accounts. Sweets are distributed. On this day, people from all walks of life light up their homes. Crackers are burst and the children as well as the youth enjoy them. Ram Navami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Rama. Janmastami is celebrated as the...

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  • diwali

    lamps, candles and crackers. Now a days, people burn dangerous fire crackers limitlessly. Crackers have big hand in polluting our environment. The toxic substances used in the firecrackers release toxic gases that are harmful to the health of all living beings. The noise of the crackers cause immense suffering...

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  • Pollution Due to Diwali

    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 crackers in Diwali & other festivals. Do you remember that? It...

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  • Noise Pollution Details in Kolkata

    noise, which when measured in free field condition in impulsive mode, gives peak sound pressure level. It is quite obvious that a number of crackers when bursting serially can easily form a band of continuous noise in the presence of reflecting surfaces. The reverberation of sound wave due to repeated...

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  • Diwali Festival

    and perform Pooja (worship God).Children burst crackers. In South India, people believe that Lord Krishna killed the evil Narakasura and brought peace upon the earth. They rise very early in the morning, wear new clothes, perform pooja and burst crackers. Second day is usually "Laxmi Poojan",worship...

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  • Diwali

    the pooja room, betel leaves, 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...

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  • Festival

    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 crackers in Diwali & other festivals. Do you remember that...

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  • Soham

    | Fire crackers:- A 50-100% increase in pollution levels during Diwali days due to bursting of firecrackers, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB)  monitored the ambient air quality at five places in the city and noise quality at 20 spots. MPCB has banned manufacturing of crackers that make...

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