Diwali 2019: #PottersKiDiwali trends this festive season. Twitterati praises the initiative
The hashtag “#PottersKiDiwali” also started trending on Twitter.Updated: Oct 21, 2019 20:31 IST
The festival of lights is just around the corner. Diwali is the time for celebrations and bringing joy to each other’s lives. This year Diwali has become a bit brighter by an initiative to bring smiles to those families who spend their lives lighting up our lives. This self funded mission was carried out on October 20-21 in different parts of India and the hashtag ”#PottersKiDiwali” was also created for spreading awareness about the indigenous potters and their Diwali products. In fact, the hashtag “#PottersKiDiwali” also started trending on Twitter.
The maiden post was shared by Anshul Saxena which gained almost eight thousand likes and three thousand retweets.
Mission PKD stands for Potters Ki Diwali— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) October 21, 2019
This mission is being carried out on 20-21 October by common People who've contacted potters & talked to people too
This is a purely self funded awareness Mission. I tried my best to cover all Indian states
Can we trend #PottersKiDiwali
The post covered people’s interactions with potters from different states like Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and many more. This project was taken especially for the revival of the potters and elimination of artificial lamps. Saxena also shared tons of videos and images showing the interactions.
Further, many people appreciated this effort and dropped their reactions too.
I second you Anshul Bhai.— S.u.7.4 @ 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@Suddi1974) October 21, 2019
Ladies and gentlemen across Indian states, caste, religion, language - Request you all to buy only Indian potters made pottery items.
No plastic, no Chinese products.
Let us give a helping hand to our own pottery makers.
Got 100 diyas yesterday to light my school on diwali will be buying some more for house also and even kept diya decoration competition day after tomorrow in school 🤗— Manisha Sarkar (@Nidhipa) October 21, 2019
What do you think of the reason behind this trending hashtag?