Diwali is around the corner, ready to come over and knock your doors to light up your life and surroundings with prosperity and goodness with better luck to come ahead. Diwali is the festival of lights. It is a celebration in which children, adults and even elders participate actively to make it really special in every way. Diwali involves lightening up every corner of your home and also of your heart. It is not only the time when we gift our loved ones, but it is the time when we share love with everyone around. However, in order to keep this festivity filled with only happiness, and no bad experience, it is important to celebrate Diwali with proper safety precautions. Your Diwali should not become an unpleasant memory for you, your family, friends or your neighbors. Here are some safety precautions that can make Diwali really joyous for you and everyone around. Diwali precautions with candles and Diyas.
Diwali precautions about diyas!
Lightning up your home with those candles and Diyas actually feels great, but to keep it that way it is important to take some precautions before you decorate your home with them.
- Always make it a point to not to light Diyas or candles near the curtains or other hanging decorations of the home.
- Fix the candles firmly only on a surface that is hard and not-inflammable. Also do not light a candle or Diya near electrical wiring.
Diwali precautions about dressing!
Wearing the right clothing during celebrating Diwali is vital to ensure that your Diwali is safe. We all, particularly the ladies and the girls, tend to opt for those best frilly clothing for this special occasion. They can actually make you look gorgeous, but in fact, they are not that good when it comes to lighting firecrackers. Read on the safety precautions you need to maintain in dressing for a safe Diwali,
- Wear only 100% cotton cloth and prefer a thicker variety of cotton than the superfine one while choosing your Diwali clothes.
- Wearing synthetic fibers are a strict ‘NO’ for Diwali.
- Opting for clothes that are well fitted on your body is a good choice for Diwali.
- Loose and frilly clothes can catch fire unknowingly which can be indeed dangerous.
- If you are wearing a saree or using a dupatta on Diwali, make sure that the loose ends of the pallu or the dupatta are tied well into your waist. This might not give you the best look but can obviously save you from much bigger incidents. May be you can undo it when you are posing for pictures.
- If you are wearing a frilly dress on Diwali, try to change into a more well-fitting dress before you start enjoying the fire crackers.
- Opt for cotton clothes that cover the maximum part of your body but do not hang loose. Maximum coverage ensures better safety from fire.
- Take care of your shoes. Frilly, decorative shoes are not the right option while firing fire crackers. Opt for shoes that come without less or frill and covers maximum part of the feet. That way you can stay away from the heat or any sudden sparks that come flying.
So these were some of the very useful tips related to Diwali which you all are aware of but then you must have forgotten about them. Make this Diwali a best one by saying ‘NO’ to crackers and save mother Earth from pollution. Happy Diwali readers!