Earth Day -22 April 2011,
was celebrated in association with Central Railways Authorities.
Awareness campaign about the waste management and energy saving we r e
displayed at the stall at Re y Road Railway Station, Mumbai.
This attempt brought a powerful impact on more than 1500 commuters who visited the stall.
Holi is a festival of joy and gaiety. It signifies the victory of truth and
devotion over evil. In Indian mythology, it is victory of the eternal devotee Prahlad who stands the test of truth. His devotion for Lord Vishnu triumphs over the evil scheming of his father Hiranyakashya and his aunt Holika. This is a festival to sprinkle the colours of love, and not allow for toxicity of chemical colours. Nor is it the time to burn precious wood and produce extra amount of carbon dioxide. The celebration of Holi should remain a symbolic expression.