The festival of colors involves so many activities that pollute the environment. According to environmental surveys, the atmosphere of major cities in India gets harmful. People are caught with allergies and respiratory issues. So we should all try collectively to make Holi 2020 eco-friendly.
Eco-Friendly Holi 2020:
To make Holi 2020 eco-friendly, we must take precautionary measures on major as well as minor scales. Every individual has to contribute to make Holi an environmentally friendly festival. We have gathered here a few tips which are easy to adopt for everyone. And when every person implements it, the benefit will be vast. So let’s take a look at the tips below.
Use organic colors:
Instead of playing Holi with commercial colors, we should use natural colors. Dry flowers and leaves are used to make organic colors; that’s why they are harmless.
To play Holi, a lot of water is wasted in terms of paint and Pichkaris. And after the Holi ends, water is used to clean all the surface which is exposed to colors. If we begin to play Holi only with dry colors, we can save a lot of water. And it is the need of the era in which we are facing a shortage of water.
Don’t play loud music:
People play loud music to enjoy the festivity of Holi. But everyone around doesn’t enjoy it. Many people around can be ill and don’t want others to play the music. So we should take steps to minimize the noise pollution by not playing loud music.
Minimize the use of gases:
People use Holi cylinders and sprays, which are mixed with colors. It causes color clouds that rise upwards into the sky. They are made with toxic materials that pollute the air overall. So we should eliminate such things from our Holi celebrations.
Using colors with care:
While playing Holi, make sure that the eyes are not affected. The colors are not organic and can cause infection. Which, in return, can lead to blindness also. So take care of others while you attack them with colors.
By taking the few above precautionary measures, we can make our Holi 2020 eco-friendly. We should display eco-friendly Holi posters and send messages to spread awareness too. Our celebrations will be more enthusiastic because we will be contributing something to the environment. So why not do it.