Thu, Oct 23, 2014, 03:52 PM
Diwali, which is a national festival has a unique importance as it is celebrated with much enthusiasm. Across India, this festival has been celebrated by people of all age groups irrespective of caste and creed. This festival has claimed the lives of 21 people, injuring many in both the states of AP and Telangana in the span of just three days on four different locations. In Visakha, the AP government has called off to burn the crackers as there are chances of fire to take place with dead dried parts of trees, twigs and leaves , which have resulted from the disastrous impact of the Hudhud cyclone.Take a look at some of the safety tips during Diwali celebrations.