Diwali is a festival of lights, it is to be said that on this day people celebrate the day by starting cleaning the homes as a belief that Goddess Laxmi will only enter your house when you have maintained it clean and hygienic. Whatever the motives and beliefs are behind this, is good because it leads to a decent habit of keeping your surroundings clean, but is it ok to just keep your house clean?
Why not the surrounding of the place where you stay, at least you can initiate by cleaning your society and area with your friends and help the people who come to clean your area, or just be grateful for them that they are balancing our hygiene.
On Diwali people decorate their homes with a lot of colorful lights and small diyas, which gives a great look as well as an awesome feel. Why not make Diwali more special, this year due to Corona when the whole world was under lockdown, people were locked in their homes, and because of that there was less pollution. Less pollution leads to a change in mother nature, started to heal herself, the rivers were being cleaned automatically, trees were growing, the amount of pollution came to a low point.
There was also news from Punjab, people can see the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, which was not visible earlier due to air pollution. It’s true that Corona badly affected human life at its worst but somewhere it was a gift for nature and a lesson to human beings.
So, why not as humanity and gift to our mother nature let’s plant trees on this Diwali and try to keep your surroundings clean at least, not much this is something that can be done easily and should be done as a responsibility. Decorate your house with lights and plant trees in your areas as well as at your homes, and promote this idea with your friends, and make them realize that it is important for our mother nature.
This way you can celebrate your Diwali more unique way as well as making others realize the importance of nature in our life.
Many People are promoting this idea of letting mother nature heal, they are celebrating this Diwali by keeping social distancing, following the proper guidelines of government to avoid all types of pollutions.
Celebrate the idea of green Diwali, happy Diwali!