Say No to Crackers – Happy Diwali!

The rise in air pollutants during Diwali leads to a spike in respiratory diseases whilst the noise causes annoyance to the old and animals alike. This Diwali, let’s make it an eco-friendly happy celebration, encompassing.

The crackers emit the worst kind of gases and increase air pollution by 30%. The toxic air is not only dangerous for those suffering from pulmonary diseases, but it also causes breathing problems in others.

40% of those who suffer injuries during Diwali are children below the age of 14, and it is mostly boys in the age group of 10 to 14.

Here’s a quick guide on how to help animals in Diwali.

Say no to crackers

Noise-Free Diwali, say no to crackers

To help drive the message, here are some of my canine friends lending their voice of support:

Slogans on ‘no to crackers’

#noisefree Diwali
Say No to Crackers – #NoiseFree Diwali ~Image courtesy Krutika

What good are crackers if they hurt your best friend? This Diwali pledge to go #NoiseFree

Dog noise less Diwali
Bosco appeals for a noise free Diwali. ~Courtesy Mansi
noise pollution free Diwali

From headphones to cotton cloths, any measure that would help to have a Noise pollution free Diwali. ~Image courtesy Tanuja

Happy Diwali dogs
Let’s fill our homes with prayers and light, not with fumes and crackers.

Here’s wishing everyone a happy and prosperous Diwali!

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Published by Abhishek Joshi

The man who was Peter Pan — aka 'Dog With Blog'. Raconteur, Reader, Backpacker... If I were an element, I'd be radioactive.

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  1. It is really true that dogs are afraid of crackers as i am too having a pug and she is also very much afraid of the same so we always keep her away from fire and crackers….Everyone should follow these rules……..

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