Water shortage is not unknown to us and even if we cannot save it, we should, at least, refrain from wasting it. Holi is mostly the time when a massive level of water wastage takes place across the country. However, as a younger generation of this developing country our responsibility towards the change is to make it happen. Here is how you can do your bit on Holi and help in not adding your bit in water wastage.
This is not as boring as it sounds real. In fact, you will be amazed to see the joy those colourful colours bring. Probably all these years water holi never gave us a chance to see those wonderful colours spread across the plate. If you wish to make your dry holi a little more exciting then you can even decide upon colours. For example – Red for your completely close ones while yellow for your friends. Towards the end of your holi, you would readily be able to figure out who considers you what in their respective lives.
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DANCE AND BHAANG
We are asking you not to waste water but come on, dance does no harm. So switch on your stereos and dance on the recent Bollywood tunes… you can definitely add some bhaang to your drinks and enjoy the holi to the fullest.
VISITING FREINDS AND FAMILY
Food needs no rhyme and reason in particular then why not to ditch that water holi and instead spend some time with family. You can either become the host and invite your friends or family at your place or be a guest and visit there. This quality time is surely better than the unnecessary wastage of water.
COOK A NEW CUISINE
– If going out is not your thing on Holi then you can try your hands on things that are new to you. Cooking a new cuisine and sharing it with your friends or family isn’t a bad idea either.
If you have a huge group of friends or family around you then why don’t you gather them this holi and play some exciting games. You can even be the host and play some fun games with them followed by a meal.
CELEBRATE WITH KIDS
You are lucky is you have your friends or family to celebrate the festival but what about the less privileged ones? If Holi is the festival of colours then try spreading some colours in their lives too. You can either buy gifts for the kids in the orphanage or offer food to the homeless. You do not always need a Christmas to be a Santa, isn’t it?
BE A SUPER HERO FOR YOUR PETS
More often than not Indian festivals are a headache to the poor animals. In Holi, some of our best friends like Dogs are treated for worse.. They are unnecessarily bathed in colours and irritated to the core. You can be a super hero to them. Help them in distress.. Arrange a shelter to them, keep them food or clean them at the end… you need no cape to be a super hero.