This year the month of October has been full of festivals. The entire country is just struggling with the pollution created by the burning of crackers during Deepawali festival, It is not yet over as the after effects are showing their signs. In spite of the ban on sale of fire crackers the effect was not felt in the Delhi NCR.
Now the Most Eco Friendly Hindu festival namely Chhath has already on. This is a 4 day festival where mother earth is worshipped in a most pious way. Historically this festival is native to Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh. This is also observed in bordering area of Nepal as some of the people have their origin in Bihar. In the present times as people from Bihar have migrated to most of the other states they do celebrate this festival in the area where they reside. One can feel its presence as most of the water bodies in the NCR Delhi are being cleaned so that the devotees can perform pooja properly.