A very Happy Cracking Diwali to all.
We Indians have so many festivals to look forward to every year. And then in a blink of an eye a year passes and the same festival has come again.
Diwali, the festival of crackers, fire and rejoice of return of Shri Ram to Ayodhya after 14 years of Exile, is the most celebrated festival in India.
Now what is celebration?? I am not trying to restrict your definition of Celebration here. But I am trying to share my definition of Celebration.
Lighting crackers once in a year is good and Okay. It adds a new way of enjoyment in life. But most importantly, celebrating Diwali in a safe manner is a must. Ensuring that we have fun during the festival and don’t take away the fun of “Others” also. Here the “Others” also include The Earth. We have to see to it that we don’t pollute this beautiful environment much in just this 1 day. We should not only think about ourselves, but also about the next generations and how they can preserve our Earth.
The Existence of Earth = The Existence of Us.
The most important thing is to play it safe. There can be many accidental incidents and fires and damages. So, some precaution can keep us happy for a long time.
Fire crackers and rejoice, cause that’s what Diwali stands for but with those who can’t afford buying them. And also in limited numbers and not the whole night, that it may cause trouble to the ones living in our neighborhood.
Safe Diwali = Happy Diwali.