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Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Happy Diwali 2017: Best Things to do on Deepavali
Diwali is a festival of light and crackers. On this day, millions of Hindus and Jains-followers worship their god and then wish Happy Diwali 2017. They visit their friends and relatives are house and celebrate this day by wishing them Happy Deepavali 2017. Deepavali is a five-day celebration and it is a symbol of goodwill and knowledge. Diwali is all about fireworks, light displays and attractive decorations.
5 Ways to Celebrate Diwali
This year, we should celebrate 2017 happy Deepavali with a difference, keeping a thought to save our planet. It means that an eco-friendly Diwali is helpful to save our environment because on this day there will be lots of polluting components used for celebration. So here are some ways to celebrate an Eco-Friendly 2017 happy Diwali:-
Use of Diyas Instead of Decoration Electric Lights
During the celebration of 2017 happy Diwali, there will be lots of light bulbs used and they consume lots of power. So we should use Diyas for the decoration of our house on 2017 happy Deepavali.
Use Eco-Friendly Cracker
We don’t understand the use of hazardous crackers as they are polluting our society. That’s why we should prefer eco-friendly crackers on this Happy Deepavali 2017.
Decorate your Neighborhood
This year let’s help our neighbors to decorate their houses and wish them Happy Deepavali 2017. Diwali is a festival of sharing happiness with others so we should enjoy this day with others.
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Use Natural Flowers Instead of Artificial ones
Artificial flowers don’t produce fragrance and they are harmful to our environment. Therefore natural flowers are the best option on this Happy Diwali 2017.
Donate Clothes and Food to Poor People
There is no celebration of Happy Diwali 2017 in the house of poor people. Therefore we should make this day special for them by giving clothes and fresh food to them.