The festival of lights i.e. Diwali is approaching soon and you must be busy searching for gifts, decoration items and other home makeover things. But, with the pollution at a danger mark, you might be thinking of how to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali. So, in this blog post we let you know the tips to celebrate the festival of light in an environment-friendly manner. Simply scroll down the page to find out smart ways to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali.
Diwali, the festival of lights, reminds us of our tradition, culture and how we come together for this occasion wholeheartedly. It is all about the victory of good over evil, homecoming and about seeking the blessings of goddess Lakshmi. Apart from these historical reasons, the happiness in the aura of the entire city imparts a celebratory feeling. You prefer a traditional decor in your home with lights, rangolis and diyas.
Here are a few simple ways to help you create a beautiful Diwali decor:
1- Rangoli- Rangoli is an inseparable part of Diwali decorations; Diwali decor is not complete without a Rangoli. You can show all your creativity while making a beautiful Rangoli. Even if you are not an artist, stencils of Rangolis are available in the market. It is easy to design and less time-consuming. Adorning a simple Rangoli with earthen pots and Diyas will add more creativity to it.