How to celebrate Diwali in a good and proper way?

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Do you know why and how Diwali is celebrated, that too in the right way? If you want to know this then you must read this article on how to celebrate Diwali. It is the biggest and most attractive festival. Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian everyone celebrates this festival, there is no restriction of religion here. Diwali is a festival of lights and happiness, so children, old people, elders all celebrate this festival together.

Mother Lakshmi is worshipped on this day, so everyone cleans their house properly and decorates it like a bride and decorates every place outside the house with lamps. Diwali is celebrated 20 days after Dussehra and this day marks the victory of good over evil. And that is why many crackers are also burst on Diwali.

Different types of sweets are made at home. All the people in the house wear new clothes and present gifts to their friends and relatives. The night of Diwali is the night of Amavasya, so on this night, all the people light a lamp outside their house so that the light of that lamp spreads in the whole world and darkness disappears.

Diwali is an important festival that is celebrated with humility but nowadays everyone celebrates this day in a very wrong way and spread filth everywhere which pollutes our environment completely. So today from this article we will know how to celebrate Diwali in a good and right way – Diwali Kaise manage?

Why do we celebrate Diwali – Diwali Kyu Manate Hai

It is not known how far this proverb is true, but it is said that when Lord Shri Ram, son of King Dasharatha, killed the evil Ravana, rescued Mother Sita from her clutches and returned from exile after 14 years, then the residents of Ayodhya saw him. Been very happy.

In the joy of his arrival, lamps were lit all over the state. That is why Diwali is celebrated every year on Kartik Amavasya and it is also called the festival of light.

How to celebrate Diwali the right way?

You must have known why Diwali is celebrated. Let us know how to celebrate Diwali. You must be feeling that everyone knows how to celebrate Diwali but I will tell you how to celebrate it properly. So that you can enjoy a happy and safe Diwali.

1. To celebrate Diwali, clean your house properly, remove the dirt from the house and throw the garbage in the dustbin and not on the road or on the ground. After cleaning the house, we decorate our house, many people use diyas and many people use candles. But if you want to light up your house on Diwali, then using a lamp is the right way.

While making a candle, harmful things are used in it and the coloured candle is more dangerous because chemicals are mixed in it, due to which whenever the candle is lit, the poison-like substance comes out from it, which is our It pollutes the air, which is harmful to humans, animals, trees and the environment.

Therefore, it is wise not to use candles on Diwali. If the lamp was made from the soil of this land, then our environment does not get any honey by using it.

2. In many homes, you must have seen that along with lighting lamps outside their house, people also make Rangoli, which are very beautiful in appearance and those who do not know by seeing that they can also be harmful to us. Are the colours we fill in Rangoli natural? No, where do we get those colours from?

The colours that are bought from the market and sold in the markets are not natural at all, but those colours are made using chemicals which are very dangerous for our skin because we use our hands to fill the colour in Rangoli. We do.

So what should be done in that case? If we use flowers instead of colours in Rangoli like rose, lotus, marigold flower then it will look more beautiful and at the same time, we will not get any harm from it. Or apart from this, we can use natural colours in addition to chemical colours.

3. All the children of the house eagerly wait for Diwali because on that day they get an opportunity to burn a lot of crackers. Seeing the happiness of children, we all get happy and we buy all the small and big firecrackers of their choice from the market.

They are children, where do they know the difference between right and wrong, but we are older, it is our responsibility to take care of their health.

Gunpowder is also made using different types of chemicals in firecrackers and all these are put in small and big firecrackers.

The smoke that comes out after the burning of firecrackers spreads to the environment around us and whenever we breathe, all these things which are floating in the air go directly inside our body and cause various types of diseases. produces to.

This smoke is not only bad for us but it is equally dangerous for plants and animals. They also have to bear the punishment for their mistakes.

Therefore, do not use firecrackers on Diwali, I am not saying that at all, I just want to say that use small firecrackers like pomegranate, chakri, jhirjhiri, all these firecrackers also cause pollution but the number of big firecrackers Which is less in it, which prove to be more dangerous than small firecrackers.

Keep children away from big firecrackers and elder people who use these firecrackers should also be careful with them because these firecrackers are more likely to hurt your body.

4. You must have also seen that after the firecrackers are burnt, people leave those firecrackers on the way, so that the next day if you see outside the house, then the filth spreads everywhere. Everyone does the mess together but no one comes forward to clean them. Who will clean these messes?

We have to clean it when we cannot see the filth inside our house, then why do we leave it by looking outside the house? This earth is also our mother, so it is our duty to keep it clean and tidy.

These were some information related to safe Diwali. Don’t shy away from your duties and make this Diwali very special and better than last Diwali. Take care of the above-mentioned things and teach the people around you to celebrate Diwali in the right way.


I hope how did I celebrate Diwali with you guys? Gave complete information about this and I hope you people have understood why and how to celebrate Diwali.

If you have any doubts about this article or you want that there should be some improvement in it, then you can write low comments for this. From these thoughts of yours, we will get a chance to learn something and improve something.

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