Diwali festival of lights tour in India
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PlanetDiwali is one of the biggest festivals celebrated in India. Diwali symbolizes the spiritual Victory of light over darkness good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. We admire for decorating houses with beautiful rangoli designs made of sand, flower petals, or other colorful materials to welcome in the deities. These rangoli designs are traditional and environment friendly and often passed down through families.
Celebration of Diwali includes lots of activity to the travelers from visiting local markets, shopping, decorations, preparing sweets. Diwali celebration includes the bursting of fire crackers which is not eco-friendly so we use the eco-friendly options such as Balloon Firecrackers, Inflated Paper Bags, Glow Sticks, Wish Lanterns which does not harm the environment.
We also do promote the rides through e-rickshaw, peddle rickshaw, battery van and walking tours are the famous tours on the streets of the Indian cities. Walking through the narrow local markets of the cities to purchase the accessories for Diwali celebrations is the highlight of this tour and contribution towards environment.
In Jaipur the visit at Amber fort via jeep or by a walk is highly recommended by us. we do not promote such rides like elephant ride in order to save this wonderful creature from this brutal behavior of human being.
PeopleDiwali is just not a festival of lights, it is also a festival to light up people’s lives. To celebrate Diwali, the team is accepting donations to provide new clothes to the less fortunate—poor children, homeless people, and old citizens.
The visit to local market purchasing accessories like, Sweets made of natural products, decorative things to decorate the walls, interiors, from the local vendor’s candles, earthen pots made by potters, to light up the houses will directly supporting the local community to earn their livelihood. This is going to be guided visit with the local guide of the city who has the deep knowledge about the local market we assure that the guide must also get his financial share through each of the trip.
We encourage people and travelers to decorate their homes and doorways with colorful designs made of things which are locally prepared.
We conducted special orientation programmers with professionals for our drivers about safe driving and taking other safety measurements to upgrade their skills.
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