As you celebrate Diwali with great enthusiasm, remember to be safe, especially while bursting crackers. Here are some tips to ensure you have a safe Diwali.
By Amrita Gracias
The festival of lights is celebrated with great fervour in most parts of India. Families and friends come together, have fun, laugh endlessly, feast on great food and of course bond. Diwali gets even more colourful and spectacular late in the evenings thanks to fireworks that light up the skies. For children, Diwali is all about great food and fireworks. They enjoy a ‘cracker’ of a moment, but in the process, can also be a little careless. The biggest risk with fireworks is that even a tiny bit of negligence can prove disastrous. It is, therefore, important that you keep in mind some safety measures that can help prevent accidents. While incidents from firework-related accidents on Diwali day has largely reduced in the past few years, with a little more effort, we could reduce it to zero.
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