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I love the door hangings (Bandarwar) made out of yellow, white, red flowers, they look so pretty. Also, I love making paper Lanterns with my son, for him its a perfect creativity and for me a house decor gets readied up.
We get flowers, some from the market/some from our garden and just sew them up with the tick thread to make a bandarwar. Further you can use available stolls, shawls, sarees to give a beautiful look to your house. Arrange for a Dinner – Bonfire party : Ask me, that is so much enjoyment with no pollution.
Diwali is a festival of celebration, love and extravagance and the thought of celebrating Diwali without crackers is one that is hard to imagine.
However loud crackers cause a lot of distress for elderly people, young children, strays and pets not to mention the environment pollution caused by smoke & fumes.In Delhi, there are NGO’s as Muskaan NGO (differently abled people), Blind School who usually deal with making of such items related to the festival.Go, visit them, get things made by them, share some laugh and sweets and your day will be awesome.But looking at the air we breathed last year, I made a resolution to try my best to curtail the pollution from the crackers.And, this post goes in line as one of the actions, I have taken towards it. Its simple, search that happiness and fun in the things quoted below and I bet, you’ll be more happy than bursting mere crackers.Diwali is a festival of lights and there are several alternate ways to celebrate the festival.Presenting to you 10 ways to celebrate and safe and ecofriendly Diwali without crackers. And once you go to the market for Diwali shopping, its difficult to resist the temptation of shopping for those eye catching LED lights, lamps and curtains, all made with low quality plastic. There are other ways to keep the house looking bright and illuminated. Hanging a few earthen lanterns/lamps in your house can not only make the décor look ethnic and elegant but you will also feel proud to having contributed towards lighting your house the natural way.Get some balloons and let kids burst them all around, never giving you the missing feel of crackers.Dance with every burst, sing some songs, cherish the stories.Cheers, Glad you opted for something to help us stay greener! House Decor : With every passing year, I find that plastic items are regularly gaining their market share in house decor items specifically for Diwali.Why not engage with our kids and opt for some organic decoration.