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@Anonymous This is a wonderful question. It's nice to see that you want to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali! Certain suggestions are: 1. Brighten up your Diwali by replacing your crackers and sparklers with earthen lamps and diyas lit with used cooking oil. This is an environment-friendly and noise-free option. 2. Carry cloth/jute bags while going out for your Diwali shopping. This really helps in reducing the amount of plastic bags. 3. Use eco-friendly gifting options - eliminate gift wrapping, use reusable paper/ cloth bags for your gifts, prepare your own sweets and serve them in biodegradable dishes. 4. Use natural/ organic rangoli colours or be creative with rangoli using colourful flowers. 5. Use eco-friendly decorations for your home - paper decorations that you can reuse for other occasions. 6. Dispose of your wastes responsibly. 7. Donate your unused clothes/ things to people for whom it might be of use.
A little tweak to the way you celebrate Diwali can make it an eco-friendly one. So, this festive season, be mindful, respect the environment. Here are five i.../article/5-ways-to-celebrate-an-ecofriendly-diwali/
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