How to have a safe Diwali

 

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Diwali is best known as the festival of lights and when you’re lighting up your home, we wish you all the prosperity and pureness in your lives. But above all of this, we wish you a safe Deepavali! A Diwali where light seeks victory over darkness.

A safe diwali is not just about eliminating noise pollution and staying away from fire crackers. It’s everything from not harming the environment to not disturbing animals and birds around us, it’s the festival of light and lights definitely don’t mean loud sutli bombs bursting on a crowded streets.

So here are some festive yet cute gift ideas along with safety precautions one must practice. So let the soul sparkle…

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Gift handmade gifts!
Well you clearly want to appreciate your family and all loved ones, so why don’t you try making something for them? We suggest a dessert jar because we know it could turn into the sweetest gesture. But if you want to get crafty, try up-cycling maybe?

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Light a lamp of love
Please light up your house and the entire city if you have to! But do so with these kind of ecofriendly diyas.

Store crackers away from sources of fire or ignition.
Make sure you also keep them away from the reach of toddlers.

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Burst em’ at open spaces only!
If you cannot control the craving, Burst crackers in open spaces like playgrounds and fields. Don’t burn crackers in crowded or near sources of fire.

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Don’t let children burst crackers unaccompanied by an adult. Keep an eye on them constantly.

Donate, donate and donate. Spread your happiness with the ones who have been eagerly waiting for it.

So this Diwali, make a difference and do the good.

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