Take a look at Sudarsan Pattnaik's sand art calling for a cracker-free and pollution-free Diwali this year:
As always, Mr Pattnaik's sand art has left tweeple spellbound:
That's just beautiful #HappyDiwali greeting in sand!— Maya Varma (@swargcoming) October 19, 2017
Nice sand art.it is glorious to us.same to u— Susanta Kumar Behera (@Susanta52984604) October 19, 2017
Awesome work as always.... put some colors in it :)— gaurav (@dvgaurav) October 19, 2017
And many are appreciating Mr Pattnaik's call for a cracker-free Diwali:
Say No to Crackers. Deepawali is the Lighting of the Lamps not of sound & obnoxious smoke. Let's care for our environment. Happy Diwali.— Pranab Pani (@pkpani1) October 18, 2017
Yes sir ,well said with your art , Diwali is the festival of lights— Tina (@Tanvi89656746) October 18, 2017
This Diwali should be green and Pollutionfree— Raaz Abhishek (@Abhishe48271042) October 17, 2017
A noble art, for a global cause. A big hand for sudarshan ji, a man who is waking.— (@Pt_Ashish_S) October 18, 2017
Diwali, or Deepavali, is the Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. Also known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is traditionally celebrated by lighting diyas and candles, praying to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh and meeting family and close friends to exchange Diwali greetings and gifts. This year, Diwali is being celebrated on October 19.
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