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Clean Diwali Green Diwali: Where To Buy Eco-Friendly Firecrackers

It’s that time of the year when you can officially say ‘there’s a light at the end of the tunnel’. No, we literally mean that there’s just two weeks of the daily humdrum of life to get through before the festival of lights is here. And what is the festival of lights without the classic explosion of light, colour and sound? It’s a green Diwali.

Come on! Spare the environment the heartache over your festivities. Nobody asked you to cut down on your fun though! This Diwali, you could go the way many people have been going over the last few years now – environment-friendly firecrackers. Or in other words, the best of both worlds.

Let us tell you more. There are three main kinds now, each one extremely interesting:

1.Eco-friendly crackers:

These are the original ones made of recycled paper. Unlike the conventional firecrackers, these do not contain chemicals. They’re designed to emit less smoke and noise and yet have the colourful sparks. Even the deafening ones, like the bombs, are manufactured with lower decibel levels now. They’re extremely reasonable and fit in all budgets.

Allahabad: A view of decorated Madan Mohan Malviya Stadium with oil lamps during Deepwali festival celebration in Allahabad on Wednesday. PTI Photo (PTI10_22_2014_000093B)
Allahabad: A view of decorated Madan Mohan Malviya Stadium with oil lamps during Deepwali festival celebration in Allahabad on Wednesday. PTI Photo (PTI10_22_2014_000093B)

2.Electrical crackers:

These have an electronic circuit that produces a high decibel sound when switched on. So there is no pollution involved in using these as there is no fire and they can be reused any number of times. These are slightly more expensive tough but worth your money.fireworks 3

3.3D crackers:

These are by far the most innovative and intriguing. Based on pyro technique, each set of 3D crackers comes with a pair of 3D glasses. They’re free from air and noise pollution and will look like magic once you see the world through your 3D-tinted glasses.fireworks 4

Now that we have that established, where can you get them in time for to enjoy them this Diwali? Here is where:

1.Sai Prasad Fireworks

This shop in Malad west is the answer to all your firecracker questions. You deal with a person by the name of Mr. Yatin Shingre on all days of the week from 10 in the morning to 8 in the night, barring Mondays. And [email protected] is where you look them up if your couch or office chair loves your posterior too much to let go and you have to order online.

2.Hi Tech Agencies 

This is a bit far, all the way in Patiala but it’s Diwali and you should totally go the distance to get your lights. No, no we don’t mean catch the first flight out. You can place orders for their specially crafted environment-friendly ‘Fire eye blue Fireworks’ by simply logging in to and getting through to them over there. You might want to start making the calls to get your sparkles in time for Diwali.

3.Poornima Fireworks & SFX 

So this one’s in Jaipur and why are we suggesting another shop that is not exactly accessible to all? It has been doing fireworks and special effects for grand scale weddings and other events. They definitely know what they’re doing. So get in touch with them at [email protected] and persuade them to make your Diwali glitter with their exceptional eco-friendly, electrical and 3D fireworks.

4.Fireworks plaza 

This is not going to be something you need a ticket to get to. It is India’s first online shopping portal for fireworks. offers fireworks ranging from traditional to contemporary in creative design and colours. You can choose from multi-brand Indian fireworks at affordable prices.

Electrical fireworks are available at many electrical stores now but if you want to go for the more affordable or more 3D type, look up any of these. Meanwhile, if you know any places or dealers who can help us celebrate a green Diwali, please do be kind enough to share with us and add some light to our readers’ festival. So then? What are you waiting for? Get clicking, get dialling and get your Diwali crackling.

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Written by Puja Gokarn

A writer insanely in love with writing...who knows and has no way other than to love writing as much as she does...enjoys flavours of food, experiences, stories and words....savors life and longs for complete abandon and surrender in everything!

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