Mumbai has special ways of bringing the seas and the stars together, and the biggest celebration of this union is the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. Whirling, singing for the love of Ganesha that ends with the meaningful act of letting him to the seas, under the stars.
But, right beneath these pretty words lies its very reality - the number of microplastics in the same ocean is five times the number of stars in our galaxy. Without realizing we've only been contributing to that year after year. You can celebrate god with the same pomp and show if not better while being mindful of the very nature we thank him for. So here are 8 reasons why we should move to eco friendly Ganesha as a contribution to save the environment!
All the mindful choices we don't make today are only going up to return to us in the future. So start making them.
It makes a huge difference with less to no extra effort than what we already do. An eco-friendly Ganpati is always going to return it back to the earth. Win-win.
Use this family celebration to actually get along with your little ones and make your own little statues with eco-friendly material and paint while encouraging them to create with a lesson of being responsible citizens.
Fewer firecrackers mean the stars are enough to ornament the night sky during the celebration. The smoke from crackers only in fact fades them out so let's put that on the plate and enjoy the real stars and a moon without crackers.
It's easy to keep a small part of the huge expenditure and contribute it to the cleaning of the beaches after or it can also be served to feed the poor.
Reducing the usage of plastic is a red alert! One must act as a responsible citizen and work things out from their end too. So use biodegradable plates to bypass the plastic pollution.
The best part is we don't really have to have jewelry and bodies of Ganpati's flowing in our natural water bodies. We can decompose eco-friendly Ganpatis anywhere possible!
All of you can come together and rejoice in the fact that you can make your own eco-friendly Ganpati from different materials available in your homes itself like paper mache, clay, Atta, turmeric, cow dung, etc.
In the end, we all selfish beings need a reason for us to believe, right? So here it is. Humans and their health will be protected if you make/buy eco-friendly Ganesha.
Metal content in water affects the quality of food and can be harmful to humans in many ways. An eco-friendly Ganpati does not have any glitter.
Many campaigns are conducted so as to break the internet with it. The main aim to spread as much awareness as we can because of life is precious and so does nature.
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