How To Celebrate A Green Diwali

Hindustan Times


By Mehak Pal
Published Oct 30, 2021


Diwali can also be celebrated in a green and eco-friendly manner

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 Here are a few ways that can help you make your diwali eco-friendly and green

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 Try to gift eco-friendly presents such as indoor plants to your friends and relatives

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Using stunning decorations to spruce up your home is a large part of the Diwali fun. You can do so by repurposing everyday materials in creative ways

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To celebrate a green Diwali avoid bursting firecrackers

Use biodegradable and reusable rangoli this Diwali. You can opt for rice and pulses, flowers, organic colours

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 Instead of using electric decor items, use earthen lamps and diyas 

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 For a green Diwali use fresh marigold, rose and rajnigandha garlands for decoration as they will keep your home fragrant and fresh

Try to include biodegradable cutlery this Diwali such as Banana leaf plates and Bamboo plates for festive feasts

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 Avoid using plastic bags for gifts. Opt for jute bags as they are environmentally friendly

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