Today, when the effect of globalization has captivated most of our Indian festivals, Diwali is the one occasion which has contemplated the advantage of it the most. Few decades ago, people used to decorate their houses with homemade 'diyas' and caricatures but today they have become a thing of the past. With the introduction of sophisticated lights, the festival of 'Diwali' has gone metamorphosis and become more variegated.

'Diwali' has always been considered as one of the most awaited festivals in India and for the Indian diaspora in abroad as well. The mouthwatering aroma of sweets on every sweet corner and the mesmerising fragment of different cuisines make Diwali not only the festival of light but also an occasion when you can splurge money on different foods as well.

But what gets hampered the most is the 'environment' . The night long firecracking creates a humongous amount of pollution, which has its ill effect both in environment and in human bodies. So this year, let us not pollute the environment and share happiness as much as we can. 'Diwali' is a festival of lights not the festival of smoke.

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