Colour pigments is reported to cause water pollution many times, this polluted water gets mixed with sea water or other celebration of holi festival from a pit to which drained all the waste water from a building in mumbai some colours might have absorbed into the soil. Holi festivities this year has come between the crucial board exams and a raging swine flu outbreak in the city and its peripheral areas the state government has cautioned through an advisory that those as a measure to check pollution during diwali festival this year, madhya pradesh pollution control board (mpcb) will conduct a survey at. Considering all the above facts ans came to the conclusion that there is much scope to celebrate the holi festival in a restrained manner eliminating the drawbacks in fact the festival can be turned into an anti-pollution campaign.
Pollution caused by festival problems caused by air pollution some people think that air pollution is not harming the earth or the people, but it is doing worse, by killing the earth and getting people sick air pollutants, according to gay, are known to cause. Holi is a religious hindu festival, celebrated every year as a festival of colors by the people all over the country it is also celebrated in nepal and other regions of world where significant population of hindu or people of indian origin are found. Impact of 'holi' on the environment: a scientific study with the festival season comes a disaster pollution of various types is generated in large amounts all across the country, thereby adding an even greater load of pollutants and contaminants to our already over polluted environment, overburdened rivers, lakes, and seas.
Introduction india is a land where the life of its people is beautified with festivals festival is acelebration of the changing seasons, harvest, reconciliation and the birth anniversaries of saints, gurus and prophets and honours the gods and goddesses. Holi is a religious festival of the hindus though, it is most popular in india, it is celebrated in every corner of the world as a ‘festival of colours’ holi is an ancient festival it is better known as “phaguwa” in bihar and “dol purnima” in west bengal. Effects of diwali on environment due to large scale of bursting firecrackers during this festival it releases harmful gases and toxic substances into the atmosphere, loud noises from loudspeakers and firecrackers, dry waste causing health problems for children, patients and senior citizens.
2013: state pollution control board finds pollution levels rise alarmingly in the river ganges in allahabad on the first day of the kumbh mela festival – bbc. A detailed study of air pollution caused by firework display during lantern day festival in beijing reported 57, 25, and 183%, respectively, increase in so 2 , no 2 , and pm 10 levels over previous day. The festival of ‘holi’ is proving to be an environmental risk due to the toxic colors used during the celebrations unlimited and uncontrolled use of such dyes can lead to grave consequences in terms of human health and ecological balance. The festival of ‘holi’ is proving to be an environmental risk due to the toxic colors used during the celebrations unlimited and uncontrolled use of such dyes can lead to grave consequences. Holi has been mentioned in the narad purana and bhavishya purana the festival is inscribed as holikotsav on a 300bc stone at ramgarh hints that holi was celebrated even before christ was born.
Be it buying the stickiest holi color or the loudest cracker for diwali, you want to enjoy to the fullest however, in the fun of festivities, you ruin the environment here is a fictional story, through the eyes of a 12-year old boy, about how improper inheritance of celebrating festivals is harming our environment. Holi-the festival of love and joy holi is a festival of colours which generally falls on a full moon in march it is also a festival of love and unity and celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Life in india - episode 2 (indian festival special) is presenting you the incredible hindu festival holi from the land of krishna, the place where holi began. A festival of lights or pollution this diwali make a pledge to reduce environmental pollution, not increase it do you encourage your kids to burn firecrakers on diwali. We need to celebrate diwali keeping in mind that it’s not our earth to keep, we have merely borrowed it from our children let’s not do more damage than we have already done let’s do our own bit to save the earth this diwali let there be friendship, love & light rather than smoke, noise, garbage, injury & pollution.
Holi - holi is the festival of love or colors that signifies the victory of superior over immoral holi festival is commemorate on february end or starting march you can find here more informative result about holi, holi day and more details on holifestivalorg. If you thought playing with colours was a safer option than diwali fire crackers, it may be time to think again scientists have found that holi, like the festival of lights, is an environmental. Ganesh festival and pollution by madhusudan raj (assistant professor of economics, dhrd, vnsgu, surat) introduction few months ago ended the famous ganesh festival in india here is a small description of this festival, ganesha chaturthi is the hindu festival cel.
Air pollution: the hindu festival of diwali is the main cause of air pollution in the country as the diwali days sees lots and lots of fireworks all around the country people burn crackers and sky shots all night long and this causes lots of air pollution. The next morning is the auspicious day of holi, herein we celebrate this festival with synthetic colours, rain dance, water balloons and high decibel music all of these contribute to pollution loudspeakers are an irritant to infants and senior citizens and cause noise pollution. ‘holi,’ the festival of colors, is one such major festival in india it is celebrated usually in the months of february and march it is mainly associated with the burning of holika, and people celebrate the festival by smearing each other with paint, and throwing colored powder and dye around in an atmosphere of great good humor. As the festival of holi approaches nigh it reminds me of childhood memories attached to the day as we would get up early in the morning before the dawn in the partially cold and partially warm spring weather of the month of march and prepare for the holi.