India is a land of celebrations; we are rich in cultures and festivals. Festivity is all about sharing affection and fun and this is the way everyone celebrates Holi. It is usually played by applying colours on each other’s faces and bathing each other with water. Our advice is to play with colours, not with your body and natural resources. Here are some ways to help you Celebrate an eco-friendly Holi.
Make Your Own Colours
Making your own colours at home is an easy approach to playing a Safe and eco-friendly Holi. This is a great way to avoid chemicals that are nowadays included in the gulaal sold in the markets. Your relatives and friends will be so glad about this sort of advancement from you since, essentially there are two reasons – One, you are ensuring that the use of water is less when the Holi colours are made at home. There are different coloured products in our kitchen like gram flour, turmeric powder, sandalwood powder or henna powder that can be used to make these colours.
How About Playing Tilak Holi?
Consider it! In spite of the fact that Holi is about colours and water, how might it be if you don’t waste water and colours and apply a tilak on each other’s forehead? Along these lines, you can stay away from all the ill-effects and still enjoy the Festival of colours.
Play Holi With Flowers
These days people have stopped playing Holi, and a number of people are inclined towards using fewer colours. Using flowers to celebrate can be one of the least demanding and the prettiest ways. The air gets distinctly electric and engaging when drums and tunes are played. There are a couple of ways to follow with regards to playing Holi with flowers. People either use fresh flower petals or dried ones.
Celebrate A Waterless Holi
Envision how it would be when there is no water, no pitchkaris or balloons! You can use as many colours you need, at the same time; water wastage is something that must be considered. After playing with or applying colours on each other, you can go and wash your face and hands with water. Use water to remove the colour, not to play with it and waste it.
Holi, The Original Way
If you still wish to indulge in a messy, water filled celebration, then ensure certain points. For instance, avoid using water balloons and other plastic products. It’s best to pre-plan your water consumption so that you don’t go overboard later. Plan a community Holi party or prepare a certain area for celebration, this way the entire house will be saved from getting messy.
By keeping these points in mind, everyone would appreciate the idea of fun-filled, yet Eco-friendly Holi this year.