Long and Short Essay on Diwali for Children and Students.
HOW TO CELEBRATE A SAFE DIWALI - The festival of lights, Diwali, brings fun, joy and togetherness. Children and youth look eagerly forward for the arrival of the festival. In fact, they begin.
Every Festival has its own significance. Diwali, the Festival of Lights. In India, diwali is celebrated at a grand scale, but we should not forget the harm that nature gets from air polluting crackers and loud sound of bombs. We should follow some.
The celebration with crackers has made it an injurious threat to human health and the environment in general. These sparklers have taken away the charisma and the soul of this festival.
At home, we emphasize the celebration of Diwali with sweets, puja, etc, instead of bursting crackers. Pollution in any form be it air pollution or noise pollution harms not only the environment but also the health of people especially children, who suffer from asthma, deafness, etc. Bursting crackers makes the matter worse for the already.
As the world is the witness of the celebration of Diwali. Read here 17 reasons why Diwali, Dipawali, Dipavali or Tihar is called festival of lights. Happy.
Crackers are a symbol of celebrating the victory of Lord Rama and expressing our happiness. Illuminations are also the same but seeing a rocket explode into different colors is a joy nothing else gives you. For kids, Diwali is never complete without crackers. They don’t go much into that pooja part.
Spend a good part of your Diwali morning at a flower shop, buying flowers to adorn your house. The heady fragrance of the flowers will hold you under a spell. 2) Get away on your own for gift shopping- and ask a stranger for help with the choosing.