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Diwali Celebration ( Eco - Friendly Diwali )

Let This Diwali Burn All Your Bad Times, Celebrate An Eco-Friendly Diwali!

  • As millions worldwide celebrate Diwali, it is good time to reflect on what Diwali means and what it can mean for each one of us in our personal lives.

  • Diwali is a well-known festival in India. It is also known as the festival of lights that symbolizes diminishing darkness with the bright light.

  • Diwali is the festival of lights which is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy along with family and friends. The day is the symbolization of light over the darkness and good over evil. There are several stories and myths behind the celebration of Deepavali. It is believed that After 14 long years, when Lord Rama returned from exile, his people celebrated the long-awaited return with beautiful illumination. The festival of lights (Diwali literally translates to row of lights) is a time of reflection of how may we light up not just our homes and offices but also our souls and community.

  • Diwali is not only celebrated by Hindus but it also celebrated by Sikhs, and Jains all over the world. The festival of lights marks the triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Diwali is the time for cleaning the house, strengthening the bond of togetherness with family, friends, and relatives. The festival is observed in November and is celebrated differently in different regions of India. The festival of lights and candles is the time to exchange Diwali gifts and to share sweets with each other. It is the day to remember that the light of God always triumphs over darkness.

  • Everyone celebrated Diwali with the utmost fervor and happiness that comes along with special rituals that are followed by gifts. Surprise your dearest ones with the handmade gifts that will surely bring a million-dollar smile to their face. Handmade gifts hold their essence and character. There are a lot of homemade gifting ideas that you can try out for this Diwali as it is more festive and prosperous. To add more light and charm to this festival, just present unique handmade Diwali gifts for your dearest one that is sure to make them Diwali prosperous and strengthen your bond with them too. Here is the list of unique and thoughtful diwali handmade gift ideas that will be undoubtedly appreciated by everyone.

  • Diwali symbolizes the infusion of sparks, happiness and enthusiasm. It’s the time to clean every corner of your home to give it a fresh and bright festive look. There are plenty of ideas that can help you to enhance your home exterior and interior. It’s a time of the year for some delicious sweets and deck up the home with some extraordinary Diwali decorations. The ideas for Diwali decoration will surely make your home stand out and delight your festivity like never before. If you are the one who is looking for diwali decorations at home, then you have landed at the right place. Here are some decorating ideas that you would definitely love to try out in your home.

  • At, Gajera Vidhyabhavan Sachin celebrated Eco- Friendly Diwali with the students and educators. The foremost thing that hits the mind when you hear about Diwali will be of celebration with crackers, sweets, and gifts. Bursting crackers was one of the vital rituals of the celebration where it changed over in the modern world. In the meanwhile, people realized that crackers do promote noise and air pollution in a huge extreme. With all the environmental consciousness our school has started to celebrate diwali without crackers means eco- friendly Diwali. Even without crackers, the day can be zestful with other means.

  • We celebrated Joy of Giving where our students pre - primary to 12th std donated their old clothes or gave gifts or diyas and sweets. Which helps them to spread a good message in the society that we can help poor people through this Diwali . It motivated others person also to help the poor and needy person and those who are facing financial challenges.

  • In any developed (in the true sense) society, people look after each other and show concern for those who need help. If you introspect, the moments of greatest happiness are when you help others achieve something. Be it in teaching, providing resources, or plain simply helping a cause, these moments outlast the instantaneous moments of self gratification. When the differences between each other are minimised, that's when society is happier, safer and provides a quality of life that is more meaningful.

  • Our educators did teachers' talk on Eco Diwali where they gave information about to celebrate Eco Friendly Diwali to our students .Our students performed drama on Diwali where they showed us why we celebrate Diwali by Seconday section and primary section students performed drama on how we can help other people also by buying Eco- friendly Diyas, Rangoli or lights which is helpful for the poor people instead of buying China products or crackers . Through this drama , they spread awareness among us about Eco - Friendly Diwali and help poor and needy people. Students performed dance where they showed us different different cultures of states. And students also recited poem on Diwali .

  • Our Educators took Diwali Resolution also that we will celebrate Eco - Friendly instead of buying crackers to harm the environment.

  • Our students enjoyed with great enthusiasm and zeal and they also took Diwali Resolution that they will not harm the environment and will not burst crackers. Celebrate safe Diwali to maintain the beauty of nature.

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