celebrated in many parts of India by burning effigies of
Ravana and his brothers. Earlier many communities got together
and had one common effigy. Now more and more communities have
their own effigies, resulting in numerous effigies being burnt
in a city like Delhi.
Destroying Ravana is a symbol of victory of good over evil.
The effigies are stuffed with crackers which when burnt
release a lot of poisonous gases. Thus when we burn the
effigies filled with crackers, we only release toxic, meaning
we only release more evil.
Why then burn the Ravana
effigy with crackers and
Let Dussehra be
a victory over evil
not release of more evil
How can we celebrate Eco
Simple, do not
fill the effigies with fire crackers but choose one of the
effigy only of paper and burn it.
Burning this will release pollution, but will be less as
compared to burning crackers.
better option is to fill
the effigy with flowers and burst open ( not burn) the effigy.
destruction of Ravana, the world is spread with flowers
symbolizing joy. The flowers can be
effigy with sweets and goodies. Burst the effigy and
distributed the sweets and other
effigy with clay and break it. Make sure that such
effigies are painted with
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