India 4 November 2016: Can we follow a green Diwali this year? Asks Industrialist & Philanthropist Dr. Aneel Murarka who stands by PM Shri Narendra Modi "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan"
Industrial and Philanthropist Dr. Aneel Murarka who is actively involved with Naseoh celebrated Diwali with underprivileged kids by distributing Goodies and promoting eco friendly Diwali. The celebration was followed by prize distribution ceremony to these children who have excelled extremely well in all different types of activities and trust me the atmosphere was electrifying
One of the most awaited festivals in India and abroad for Indian Hindus is Diwali. Diwali always falls on the darkest night of the year and that is why we illuminate everything around us with lights and diyas on this day. We follow the age-old tradition of offering our prayers to Goddess Laxmi and welcoming her to our nicely decorated & CLEAN homes. So if we decorate our homes, why can't we decorate the streets, why can't we celebrate Diwali without crackers, asks Dr. Aneel Murarka who supported PM Shri Narendra Modi "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan" through his short film #dontlethergo.
"Green Diwali is not a new concept. Keeping the impact of environmental pollution in mind, it should be our duty to play an environmental friendly and green diwali this time. We always talk of keeping our environment clean. But, then again, we are the only ones who pollute it. Like we clean our homes, we must take the responsibility to keep the streets and environment clean. Diwali is about celebrating Diwali with family & friends. I urge each & everyone to have a safe & fun Diwali" says Dr. Aneel Murarka