Diwali is a festival of celebrations, and although it is difficult to think of having fun without bursting crackers, there are lots that can be done if we celebrate it in an eco-friendly way. We need to understand that all the noise caused by crackers can be disturbing for elderly people, children, and pets. Along with that, there is a lot of environmental pollution that takes place due to the cracker fumes. According to tradition, people light diyas, lamps to celebrate the festival, but over time, the bursting of crackers has taken predominance over other traditions. The noise levels have become too high and not only are many people inconvenienced by it, but the environment is harmed too.
After all, Diwali is a festival of lights! It is the celebration of good over evil, marking the return of Lord Ram after he defeated Ravana.