Celebrated with immense love and passion, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the greatest Hindu festivals of India. Every year, we welcome Lord Ganesha with great zeal and enthusiasm. You would already know that Lord Ganesha embarks on the new dawn that ignites the light of hope for a better tomorrow, but did you know that he was created by his mother using earth which she moulded into the shape of a boy? Yes you read it right, Lord Ganesha was created using sand & mud.
Do you think Lord Ganesha would be truly happy if we will celebrate his festival by polluting the nature? It's time for us to give it a deep thought that it is important to save the environment and in a way this would help us to create a better world.
However, without a doubt we can state that we must use environment friendly ways of celebration so that it doesn't pollute the nature. We understand when sometimes you do have the will to celebrate the Ganesh festival in an eco-friendly way but we often tend to hold yourself back as the very thought of compromising on festivities overpowers your mind. But how about if we say that you don't need to compromise on any festivities yet celebrate it sustainably. Yes ! That's possible. Thinking about How ? Given below are some of the way in which we can celebrate Ganesh festival in an eco-friendly way without compromising on festivities -