This Village Keeps Nature Ahead Of Celebrations By Not Bursting Crackers On Diwali

Delhi is turning into a gas chamber and soon other metropolitan cities will follow. The Supreme Court of India delivered its verdict on Tuesday putting a ‘conditional’ ban on the sale and distribution of firecrackers.

Every year during the time of Hindu festival Dussehra and Diwali, thousands of crackers and effigies are burnt that deteriorate the nation’s air quality index and clog the atmosphere with toxic particles.

For a day’s jovial celebration, the air quality is gravely affected for years to come. Not only this, animals and birds are panic-stricken during the four-day festival. The thud of bombs, crackers scare these vulnerable animals who hide in boroughs during Diwali.

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