Please don't kill the nature, abstain from crackers.
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Retrospect for a moment, ask that kid, had he ever known the reason why was he exhibiting crackers. Most of us will say No. A few will say that they know.
Lord Rama, prince of Ayodhya, returned from exile after he defeated Lankan king Ravan and rescued his wife Sita from him. And therefore that day is celebrated as Diwali and crackers eventually became a part of it.
Is this really a suitable statement to make an answer to the respective question? I guess not, question remains unanswered still. Why do we need crackers to mark this epic tale of victory of merit over evil.
Think about it because what's done can't be undone, in this case particularly. If we really want to celebrate, we can do one thing and that's not to pass this faux pas to next generation.
What would be better? Enjoy alone or let the whole nature enchant the victory of merit over evil. Take a pledge that we will celebrate this Diwali in a nature and human friendly way. If we create, this is heaven. If we destroy, this is hell.
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