Bursting crackers is a custom followed in other countries and it has no scientific base as per Hindu Dharma. Bursting of crackers also causes air and noise pollution on large scale; endangering people’s health and environment. Read more »
Shri. Pankaj Bagul of HJS said, “Hindus are wasting millions of rupees on bursting crackers which cause noise and air pollution; besides it can cause loss of life due to fire. Read more »
Bursting of crackers is given lot of importance during celebration of Diwali festival but the noise and air pollution created by them is most dangerous for human health. Read more »
There is no reference to bursting of crackers in Hindu Dharma and it is a practice started by emulating other countries. Crackers cause lot of noise and air pollution and cause harm to people’s health and environment. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has been undertaking a drive, in lawful manner, from the year 2005 for prevention of desecration of Deities and great national leaders through their pictures printed on covering of crackers. Read more »
Hindu organisations in Tamil Nadu’s Virudhunagar have requested the district administration to ask fireworks manufacturers in Sivakasi to stop using pictures of gods and goddesses on firecrackers. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) once again submitted representation to Police Commissioner Pradip Rasakar for prevention of denigration of Hindu Deities and great national leaders, taking place through pictures printed on crackers. Read more »
HJS created awareness amongst people of Delhi towards adverse effects of bursting crackers and denigration of Deities. Read more »
Cummins India Pvt. Ltd. and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) undertook a drive to create awareness amongst people about harm caused due to crackers. Read more »
Nowadays, it has become a practice to go on trips and how to enjoy during Diwali vacation ! Instead of enjoying such festival at home, performing ‘puja’ etc. O, Hindus’ Celebrate Deepavali in traditional manner, abide byDharma ! Read more »
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