Diwali and Crackers

First Aid For Fire Cracker Burns

August 18, 2016

Keeping a handy first aid kit is the best way to care yourself and your loved ones. Water is helpful, so keep a bucket full of water. For Minor Burns Show the burnt area under running water or place a cloth chilled in water on the burn. Remove cloth, pieces and do not place ice […]

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Illuminating the science behind the Diwali diya

July 22, 2016

At all times Diwali falls on the new moon day, so it’s a practice to illuminate the entire home with diyas as there is very little natural light. Diwali, festival of lights or lamps has been transformed into a celebration with crackers and sweets. There is something beyond celebration and it is scientific too. Yes, […]

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Mythological Significance Of Diwali And Crackers

June 10, 2016

Diwali crackers are always lots of fun; this is a ritual that makes even adults feel like little kids. But what many of today’s kids do not know is that Diwali crackers are not just for fun, it also has an association with the celebration itself. The celebration of Diwali festival cannot be complete without […]

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Crackers As Corporate Gift

May 21, 2016

Diwali, “The festival of light” is the most revered occasion celebrated by Indians living in India and abroad in a grand scale. The Diwali is the perfect time for employers of various companies to cherish the relationships with their employees and the clients. Crackers are perfect corporate gifts that can be presented to employees and […]

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Events Of Life Which Call For Bursting Crackers

May 21, 2016

In Indian subcontinent, the people celebrate their joyous occasion with bursting of crackers and distributing sweets. Whenever, you think of the crackers the joyous Diwali celebration cross everyone’s mind. But peculiar to our nation, we celebrate many more occasions of life other than Diwali during which the crackers are bursts. Our forefather believed that the […]

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Significance of Diwali in Indian Culture

May 21, 2016

The Diwali is a Multi-religious, Multi-cultural, Multi-Ethnicity festival that originated from India. The Diwali, “The festival of light” derives its name from the two Sanskrit word “ Deep + Avali” , meaning the row or an array of light. The celebration of  Diwali in India signifies the victory of good over the evil, the knowledge […]

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