The most adverse impact of Navratri celebration on the natural environment is the idols made from plaster of Paris (PoP) into the water bodies. Along with that, the polythene bags containing offerings of devotees also disturb the natural environment of the rivers, lakes and ponds in which they are thrown.
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By following some simple tips, you can celebrate Navratri in an eco-friendly way without spoiling the fun in any way:
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