Friday, 1 November 2013

Wishing Everyone a Happy and safer Diwali

Wishing Everyone a Happy and safer Diwali

Diwali is a treat to eyes, every Indian streets gleam with colors and flash of light. Beautiful Indian women, cute little angel like children and hardworking Indian men looks great on the day after wearing a classic new clothes and ethnic wears.

Indian houses will be charmed with the fresh look of new painted walls, with every door and corners looking beautiful after ornamented with green leaves of mango and coconut, canes, varieties of flowers and many more of them. Every House smells sweet because of the number of sweets that are prepared for the festival. The aroma is really a whiff of the great Indian culture and the tangy celebration.

For everyone it’s usual to greet and wishing the best.

Overall                                                                                                                                                       Diwali is a carnival                                                                                                                                     Is there anybody who dis-like the fest?                                                                                                     Because it’s the essence of feast and delight 

One of the most fascinating things about Diwali is burning of crackers; from Children of age 9 youngsters, from hot blood lads to bashful girls, every one burn crackers in India. Hence the festival looks simply a joyous one and real pomp.

But the same delight looks blight because of the accidents that happens every year on the occasion of Diwali. Don’t know how many of them loose the sight in the bliss of delight. As the quote says "darkness prevails just behind the light". Darkness touches so many lives just after the festival of lights.

If we go through the statistics about the accidents that take place in cracker industries at Sivakasi- where India’s 70% crackers and matches are produced. They give some shocking stats.

1991- 39 killed 65 injured
2009- 40 killed
2011- 7 killed 5 injured
2012- 40 killed 38 injured

Despite these major ones, there are lots of unnoticed accidents too.

Along with accidents, it’s a matter of air and sound pollution which should be the matter of concern. If we look at this aspect. The best solution is to reduce, if we cannot stop the cracker burning.

Whatever is the he aspect, the fest is a fest and safety is must.


Happy and safe Diwali to everyone.

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