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Prarthana Behere requests fans not to burst firecrackers during Diwali for safety of stray animals and pets
Actress Prarthana Behere has urged her fans and the public to avoid bursting firecrackers during Diwali. Concerned about the well-being of stray animals and pets, she emphasized the importance of treating animals with respect and care. Prarthana shared a video of herself performing a Pooja for a cow, along with images of stray animals and pets, to convey her message. She highlighted that 72% of people wish for a firecracker ban due to the distress caused to their pets. Other prominent figures, including Vaibhav Mangle and Avadhoot Gupte, have also joined the cause.
These celebrities bat for a pet-friendly Diwali
Several celebrities have shared how they ensure their pets’ well-being during Diwali, the festival of lights in India. They emphasize the need to create a safe space for their pets, keep them indoors, play soothing music, and use calming scents to help them feel at ease. Some celebrities provide treats infused with hemp seed oil and prebiotics, while others dress their pets in traditional outfits and prepare pet-friendly sweets. Some even travel to quiet destinations to minimize the impact of loud noises from fireworks.
Diwali 2023 Rangoli: Importance of Rangoli during Deepavali festival
Rangoli is a traditional Indian art form made during the festival of Diwali. It holds religious significance as it welcomes Goddess Lakshmi and is believed to ward off evil spirits. Rangoli is also a way for families to showcase their creativity and bring a sense of celebration and community. It is used as an offering in puja rooms and temples, enhancing the spiritual atmosphere. Rangoli is a unifying tradition that brings people from different backgrounds together to celebrate Diwali.